Henry Frederick Abbott or simply Fred Abbott as he was known by was a former American Major League Baseball player who plied his trade in and around the 19th-century mark. He identified himself as the right-handed batsman and thrower and was primed as a catcher and first baseman.
He had a career expanding more than a decade where he spent three seasons in the Major League Baseball (MLB) with the rest panned out in minor leagues.
Fred Abbott was born on October 22, 1874, in Versailles, Ohio and spent the majority of his childhood in his hometown. He joined in as a baseball player during 1892 with independent teams. He racked up performances for multiple teams before getting into the MLB teams. He played for a couple of MLB teams during his stint before stepping down as a professional player. He breathed his last on June 11, 1935, and was buried at Valhalla Memorial Cemetery, North Hollywood.
- Batting: Right Handed
- Throwing: Right Handed
- Position: Catcher& First Baseman
- MLB Debut: April 29, 1903
- Debut Team: Cleveland Naps
- Last MLB Appearance: September 20, 1905
- Last Team Appearance in MLB: Philadelphia Phillies
- Teams: Cleveland Naps (1903-1904), Philadelphia Phillies (1905)
- August 10, 1904: Purchased by Columbus (American Association) from the Cleveland Naps.
- January 29, 1905: Traded by Columbus (American Association) to the Philadelphia Phillies for Rudy Hulswitt.
- October 22, 1905: Purchased with Otto Krueger and Frank Corridon by Toledo (American Association) from the Philadelphia Phillies.
- Batting Average: .209
- Home Run: 1
- Runs Batted in 49
- Occupation: Professional Baseball Player
- Date of Birth: October 22, 1874
- Place of Birth: Versailles, Ohio
- Death: June 11, 1935 (Aged 60)
- Place of Death: Los Angeles
- Buried:Valhalla Memorial Park Cemetery, North Hollywood
- Gender: Male
- Height in m: 1.78 m
- Height in ft: 5 feet 10 inches
- Height in cm: 178 cm
- Weight in kg: 82 kilograms approx.
- Weight in the pound: 180 lbs.
- Nationality: American
Fred Abbott can be traced back in the historical archives of the baseball references.