|Born: October 14, 1861|
|Died: February 21, 1945 (aged 83)|
|May 1, 1883, for the Boston Beaneaters|
|Last MLB appearance|
|September 29, 1894, for the Washington Senators|
|Runs batted in||462|
Paul Revere Radford (October 14, 1861 – February 21, 1945) was a Major League Baseball player in the late 19th century. Paul, nicknamed "Shorty", played with many teams over his 12-season career and was a starting outfielder with the Providence Grays club that won the 1884 World Series. His best performance was with the 1887 New York Metropolitans, when he set the major league record with 106 walks and produced an Offensive WAR rating of 3.4 that ranked sixth in the American Association. Radford died in Boston, Massachusetts, at the age of 83.
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