1895 in baseball
The following are the baseball events of the year 1895 throughout the world.
National League final standings
- January 10 – Steve Ladew, 32, outfielder/pitcher for the Kansas City Cowboys of the American Association.
- January 15 – Ed Silch, 29, pitcher for the 1888 Brooklyn Bridegrooms of the National League.
- January 21 – Frank Bowes, 30, backup catcher/outfielder/infielder for the 1890 Brooklyn Gladiators of the American Association.
- January 29 – Tony Suck, 36, catcher who played with the Buffalo Bisons of the National League (1883) and for the Baltimore Monumentals and Chicago Browns of the Union Association (1884).
- February 8 – Roger Carey, 30, second baseman for the 1889 New York Giants of the National League.
- March 2 – Kid Camp, 25, National League pitcher who played for the 1892 Pittsburgh Pirates and the 1894 Chicago Colts.
- March 30 – Henry Easterday, 30, shortstop who played for five teams of two different leagues between the 1884 and 1890 seasons.
- April 16 – Jack McQuaid, 36, American Association and National League umpire from 1886 to 1894.
- April 18 – Henry Myers, 36, shortstop and manager for the 1882 Baltimore Orioles, who also played part of two seasons with the Providence Grays and the Wilmington Quicksteps.
- April 21 – Jim Tipper, 45, National Association outfielder who played for the Middletown Mansfields, Hartford Dark Blues and New Haven Elm Citys teams between the 1869 and 1875 seasons.
- April 23 – Long John Ewing, 31, pitcher/outfielder for six teams in four different leagues between 1883 and 1891, who led all National League pitchers with a 2.27 earned run average in his last major league season.
- June 21 – Rex Smith, 31, pitcher for the 1886 Philadelphia Athletics of the American Association.
- July 8 – Steve King, 53, outfielder who played from 1871 to 1872 for the Troy Haymakers of the National Association.
- August 8 – Ed Colgan, (?), catcher/outfielder for the 1884 Pittsburgh Alleghenys of the American Association.
- October 3 – Harry Wright, 60, Hall of Fame player/manager and organizer of baseball's first professional team, the 1869 Cincinnati Red Stockings, who is recognized as the first major league manager to collect 1000 career victories.
- October 16 – Kid Summers, 27, Canadian catcher and outfielder who played for the 1893 St. Louis Browns of the National League.
- November 9 – George Joyce, 48, center fielder for the 1886 Washington Nationals of the National League.
- November 16 – Jim McLaughlin, 34, pitcher/outfielder for the 1884 Baltimore Orioles of the American Association.
- November 20 – Dick Hunt, 48, right fielder/second baseman for the 1872 Brooklyn Eckfords of the National Association.
- December 12 – Harry Fuller, 33, third baseman for the 1891 St. Louis Browns of the American Association.
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