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James McKeever (April 19, 1861 in Saint John, New Brunswick – August 19, 1897 in Boston, Massachusetts), was a Major League Baseball catcher. He played for the Boston Reds in 1884. On August 19, 1897, Mckeever died of "brain fever".

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  • James McKeever (April 19, 1861 in Saint John, New Brunswick – August 19, 1897 in Boston, Massachusetts), was a Major League Baseball catcher. He played for the Boston Reds in 1884. On August 19, 1897, Mckeever died of "brain fever".
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