Cecil B. Ferguson (August 19, 1883, Ellsworth, Indiana – September 5, 1943) was a professional baseball player.
He was a right-handed pitcher over parts of six seasons (1906–1911) with the New York Giants and Boston Doves/Rustlers. During his career, he compiled an 29–46 record in 142 appearances, with an 3.34 earned run average and 298 strikeouts.
After his baseball career, Ferguson became an osteopathic doctor, and gave medical treatment to many Major League baseball players. Ferguson was also the coach of the baseball team at the American School of Osteopathy.
Ferguson died in Montverde, Florida, aged 60.
By Dean Hanley
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