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|Born: December 15, 1884|
|Died: April 2, 1910 (aged 25)|
|April 12, 1906, for the Pittsburgh Pirates|
|Last MLB appearance|
|September 6, 1907, for the Pittsburgh Pirates|
|Runs batted in||130|
|Career highlights and awards|
He was a first baseman over parts of 2 seasons (1906–1907) with the Pittsburgh Pirates. In his rookie season in 1906, he tied for the National League lead in RBIs with 83 with Harry Steinfeldt. The next year, he contracted tuberculosis, ending his baseball career. He subsequently died of typhoid pneumonia at the age of 25.
In 259 games over two seasons, Nealon posted a .256 batting average (240-for-937) with 111 runs, 31 doubles, 20 triples, 3 home runs, 130 RBI, 26 stolen bases and 76 bases on balls. Defensively, he recorded a .983 fielding percentage as a first baseman.
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