Edward William Seward (June 29, 1867 – July 30, 1947), born as Edward William Sourhardt, was an American Major League Baseball pitcher for six seasons from 1885 to 1891. Seward made his professional baseball debut in 1884 at age 16 with Terre Haute of the Northwestern League. Because of his age, he was referred to as "Kid" Seward. Known for his curve ball, Seward later played for the Providence Grays, Philadelphia Athletics, and Cleveland Spiders.
By Dean Hanley
Page : 1