George Strief

George Andrew Strief (October 16 1856 – April 1 1946) was a 19th century professional baseball player. Strief played for several teams during his career from 1879 to 1885. He was primarily a second baseman, but played at every position except pitcher and catcher. He finished his career with a .207 batting average.

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* List of Major League Baseball triples records

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He also is tied with Bill Joyce for most triples in a game with 4, in 1885

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