Cooper, M. R. (Martin Reese), 1887-

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Wilbur Cooper (1892-1973) was a left-handed pitcher for the Pittsburgh Pirates, Chicago Cubs and the Detroit Tigers between 1912 and 1924. Cooper primarily pitched for the Pirates and compiled a 216-178 life-time record over 15 years. Scrapbook compiler M.R. Cooper was the brother of Wilbur Cooper.

From the description of [Wilbur Cooper Scrapbook, 1911-1964, (bulk 1911-1923) / compiled by M.R. Cooper.]. (National Baseball Hall of Fame). WorldCat record id: 38926270

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associatedWith Applegarth, G. S. person
associatedWith Clarke, Fred, 1872-1960. person
associatedWith Cooper, Wilber, 1892-1973. person
associatedWith Harding, Warren, 1865-1923. person
associatedWith Ohio State League (Baseball league) corporateBody
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associatedWith Wagner, Honus, 1874-1955. person
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Baseball players--1910-1919
Minor league baseball--1910-1919
Baseball players--1920-1929
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Birth 1887

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