Teams He Played For
The years he played in the All-Star Game
Early Life
Positions He's Played
100

Chapman's first team. MLB team based in the New York City borough of the Bronx.  

Yankees

100

This All-Star Game was played with the Red Sox, this was his final year playing in the All-Star Game.

1937

100

The day he was born, but more commonly known as a Christian holiday. 

December 25 

100

The first position Chapman played. This position throws the ball from the pitcher's mound towards the catcher. 

Pitcher

200

Chapman was traded to this MLB team along with Wes Ferrell and Newsom. He had to relocate to Boston. 

Red Sox

200

Chapman played with the Yankees in this All-Star Game. 

1934

200

Chapman grew up in this state. This state is home to significant landmarks from the Civil Rights Movement.

Alabama

200

Responsibility is to defend the area nearest to third base.

Third baseman

300

Later changed to the name The Cleveland Guardians, Chapman was traded here on December 15, 1938

The Indians

300

Chapman played this All-Star Game with the Senators.

1936

300

Oxford dictionary's definition is "a boy who is employed to look after and retrieve bats during a baseball game" Chapman worked as one for the Southern Association's Birmingham Barons.

Batboy

300

A fielding position in the infield between second and first base.

Second baseman

400

A member of the National League East division. Chapman was traded to this team by the Yankees.

Washington Nationals

400

The very first year the All-Star Game was played. Chapman played with the Yankees.

1933

400

Chapman was this in high school. The term means a top high school (or college) athlete, specifically one who earns varsity "letters" in four sports

Four-letter athlete

400

The person playing in one of the three defensive positions farthest from the batter. Left, center, and right

Outfield

500

Minor League Baseball team that Chapman wore the jersey for in the 1936 All-Star game. This team is based in Pennsylvania. 

Harrisburg Senators

500

The third year of All-Star Games, also Chapman's third and final year playing with the Yankees. 

1935

500

Chapman was born here, but didn't grow up here. Capitol of a U.S. state and is most known for country music.

Nashville

500

Chapman's father pressed him to play this position. This is the area of a baseball field enclosed by the three bases and home plate.

Infield

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