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Henry Peter "Red" Bittman (July 22, 1862 – November 8, 1929) was a Major League Baseball second baseman in the 19th century. In he played in the last four games for the Kansas City Cowboys of the American Association, from October 10 to October 14. He was the seventh second baseman the team used during that season.
Bittman was an excellent fielder, handling 21 chances without an error. At the plate he went 4-for-14 (.286) with 2 runs batted in and 2 runs scored, and his team went 2-2 against the Cincinnati Red Stockings and Louisville Colonels during his short run as a regular.
Bittman also occasionally served as an umpire, working a total of ten games – six of them behind the plate. His first experience was in Cincinnati for the American Association, five days before he played in his first game for the Cowboys. Then, he umpired nine National League games between and .
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