Jim Bolger (baseball)

Jim Bolger (baseball)

Jim Bolger (Born February 23, 1932 in Cincinnati, Ohio) was an outfielder in major league baseball during the 1950s. Although Bolder played for the Reds, Indians, and Athletics, Bolger had over two-thirds of his major league playing time with the Chicago Cubs. In 1957 Bolger achieved his career-high batting average of .275, in 273 at bats. His career batting average was .229.

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