Dr. Harry “Red” Batstone

Bio

Full name: Dr. Harry Batstone

Nickname: Red

Born: Sept. 5, 1899 in Hamilton, ON

Died: March 10, 1972

Last Season (1924) Vitals:
  • Position: HB
Amateur Programs
  • Queen's
5 Season Career

Active years: 1920–1924
Active teams (2):

  • TOR 1920–1921
  • QUE 1922–1924

5 career games (See notes for restrictions)

  • 5 Grey Cup appearances (4 championship wins)
5 Grey Cup Appearances
  • 1920 Grey Cup
  • 1921 Grey Cup
  • 1922 Grey Cup
  • 1923 Grey Cup
  • 1924 Grey Cup
Season/Team Position Jersey Regular
GP
Playoff
GP
Grey Cup
GP
5 seasons (2 teams)
(Rank: T4883rd,
58th percentile,
2 CFL seasons)
None
(Rank: T1st,
100th percentile,
None CFL game)
-- 5
1920 TOR HB Unknown -- 1
1921 TOR HB 1 Unknown -- 1
1922 QUE HB Unknown -- 1
1923 QUE HB Unknown -- 1
1924 QUE HB Unknown -- 1
Canadian Football Hall of Fame

Dr. Harry “Red” Batstone was inducted into the Player wing in 1963 (charter member) (Canadian Football Hall of Fame profile).

Canada's Sports Hall of Fame

Dr. Harry “Red” Batstone was inducted into the Player wing in 1975.

  • Queen's University Rugby Club (1930 – 1931)

Dr. Harry “Red” Batstone's Head Coaching Record
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