- Card series: Pioneer Portraits II: 1875-1899
- City: Boston
- Team: Beaneaters
- League: National League
Thomas Tarlton Brown (1860-1927) was a much-traveled outfielder who found his stride with the Beaneaters and Reds. With the latter, he starred for a rare team to win pennants back-to-back in two leagues, as the Reds captured the Players’ League title in ’90 and the American Association title in ’91.
- Selected for A.G. Spalding’s “World Tour” taking baseball global on an 1888 trip to Europe/Africa
- In ’91, led league in triples (21), stolen bases (106), hits (189) and runs (177)