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Clinton Hill McCord (November 2, 1925 – January 27, 2011) was an American baseball player who played in the Negro leagues from 1947 to 1950 before spending over a decade in minor league ball. In the Negro leagues, he suited up for the Nashville Cubs, Nashville Black Vols, Baltimore Elite Giants (1948–1950) and Chicago American Giants (1950).
He joined organized baseball in 1951, hitting .363 and .392 his first two seasons, pacing the Mississippi–Ohio Valley League both years. After a down year in 1953, he came back to hit .358 in 1954, leading the Western League. Overall, McCord hit .306 with 1,435 hits, 279 doubles, 64 triples and 89 home runs in 1,312 games.
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