|Born: April 12, 1875|
|Died: August 21, 1944 (aged 69)|
|September 21, 1902, for the Detroit Tigers|
|Last MLB appearance|
|September 22, 1902, for the Detroit Tigers|
Lewis George Post (April 12, 1875 – August 21, 1944), was a Major League Baseball player who briefly played for the Detroit Tigers in 1902. Post played in 3 games over a two-day span, September 21–22. He had 1 hit in 12 at-bats for a .083 career batting average, and playing the outfield made one error in five chances. Post died in 1944 at age 68.
In early baseball encyclopedias, he is listed under the name "E. Poste", before further research in the 1980s revealed his full, proper name.
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