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 History Players Teams Obituaries Site search Contact UsSponsor a page on Historic Baseball! Click here for detailsBud StewartEdward Perry StewartBorn: June 15, 1916 in Sacramento, Calif.Died: June 21, 2000 in Palo Alto, Calif.Debut: 1941 | Pos: OFH: 5-11 | W: 170 | B: L | T: RYrGABRHHR RBISBBA977320412885473226029.268>> Visit the Bud Stewart biography on Baseball Almanac for complete statistics.Bud Stewart, who played in 9 seasons in the Major Leagues, died on June 21, 2000. In 2,041 career at-bats, he hit .268 with 32 home runs and 260 RBIs. His most productive season came in 1948 when he hit .278 in 406 at-bats between New York (AL) and Washington. He had 7 home runs, 69 RBI and 8 stolen bases.After playing with the Pirates in 1941 and 1942, Stewart spent time in the military and the minor leagues before getting a chance to return to the majors with the New York Yankees in 1948. Six games into the season, he was traded to Washington.He spent three seasons in Washington before he was traded to the Chicago White Sox.His most productive season came in 1948 when, between New York and Washington, he hit .278 with 7 home runs, 69 RBI and 8 stolen bases in 406 at-bats.