Ty Cobb Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

Ty Cobb

This Biography is about one of the best Baseball Players Ty Cobb including his Height, weight, Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of Ty Cobb
Real Name Ty Cobb
Profession Baseball Players
Nick Name Tyrus Raymond Cobb
Famous as American Major League Baseball (MLB) outfielder
Nationality American
Personal life of Ty Cobb
Born on 18 December 1886
Birthday 18th December
Died At Age 74
Sun Sign Sagittarius
Born in Narrows
Died on 17 July 1961
Place of death Atlanta
City Georgia
Family Background of Ty Cobb
Father William Herschel Cobb
Mother Amanda Chitwood Cobb
Spouses/Partners Frances Cass – Charlotte Lombard,
Children Tyrus Cobb Jr – Herschel Cobb – Beverly Cobb – Shirley Marion Cobb – Jimmy Cobb – Howell Cobb,
Awards 1911 – American League Chalmers Award for most valuable player
Personal Fact of Ty Cobb

Sports history’s first baseball millionaire, Ty Cobb is remembered as one of the most notorious sportsmen in the history of American baseball. His freakish behavior on field combined with his erratic, ambitious personality, made him the one to beat in the game. Many believe his reputation as one of the toughest yet admirable baseball players is unmerited – however, his statistics and records speak volumes about his personality and determination, otherwise.

To date, his career for batting average, which was .366, remains uninterrupted and is still the highest in the history of the game. He was the leader in runs scored with 2,245, and was the all-time hit leader until Pete Rose obscured him on the field. Fondly called The Georgia Peach, Cobb the fearsome American League Baseball outfielder, is remembered for slipping into bases, feet first, with his points high. He played over 3,035 major league games and also committed 271 errors, the greatest by any American League player.

His legacy, although tarnished to a certain extent, still manages to retain a strong foothold in the world of sports. His violent temperament and aggressive playing style remain testament to his steady records on field. Even though he was disliked by many during his lifetime, he still left an indelible impression with his playing style, leaving much to be fulfilled at the time of his untimely death.

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