Baseball Almanac Trades and Transactions

Kid Elberfeld Trades and Transactions

The Kid Elberfeld trades and transactions seen below include all known instances where Kid Elberfeld has been involved in a trade or transaction of any type as it relates to baseball.

"He couldn't lick (Ty) Cobb, he weighed only 150 pounds, but he never stopped trying. When Cobb came into the bag and (Kid) Elberfeld was covering, we'd just stand around with our arms folded for the next few minutes and watch the goings-on, until one or both of 'em were thrown out of the game. They didn't call him Tabasco Kid because he was shy." - Clark Griffith in The Washington Post (1944 Clipping)

Kid Elberfeld
 
 
Birth Name:   Norman Arthur Elberfeld
Nickname:   Kid or The Tabasco Kid
Born On:   04-13-1875
Born In:   Pomeroy, Ohio
Zodiac:   Aries
Died On:   01-13-1944
Died In:   Chattanooga, Tennessee
Cemetery:   Chattanooga Memorial Park, Chattanooga, Tennessee
College:   None Attended
Bats:   Right
Throws:   Right
Height:   5-07
Weight:   158
First Game:   05-30-1898 (Age 23)
Last Game:   09-24-1914
Draft:   Not Applicable
Kid Elberfeld

Trades & Transactions

09-08-1897: Sold by Richmond (Atlantic) to Philadelphia Phillies.
07-12-1898: Trade of unknown type from Philadelphia Phillies to Detroit (Western).
08-00-1899: Sold by Detroit (Western) to Cincinnati Reds.
00-00-1900: Trade of unknown type from Cincinnati Reds to Detroit (American).
06-10-1903: Traded by Detroit Tigers to New York Yankees for Herman Long and Ernie Courtney.
12-14-1909: Sold by New York Yankees to Washington Senators for $5000.
02-14-1914: Signed by Brooklyn Dodgers.