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Hack Wilson

Hack Wilson

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1933 Goudey baseball card of Hank Wilson of the Brooklyn Dodgers #211. PD-not-renewed.

Position(s):
OF, 2B
Born:
April 26, 1900
Bats:
Right
Throws:
Right
Height:
5' 6"
Weight:
190 lbs
Major League Debut:
9-29-1923 with NY1
Hall of Fame:
1979
Y team LG POS G GS PO A E DP Fld% RF9 RFG
1923 NY1 NL OF 3 0 6 0 1 0 .857 0 2.00
1924 NY1 NL OF 103 0 230 8 8 2 .967 0 2.310
1925 NY1 NL OF 50 0 75 3 2 2 .975 0 1.560
1926 CHN NL OF 140 0 348 11 10 5 .973 0 2.560
1927 CHN NL OF 146 0 400 13 14 3 .967 0 2.830
1928 CHN NL OF 143 0 321 11 14 2 .960 0 2.320
1929 CHN NL OF 150 0 380 14 12 4 .970 0 2.630
1930 CHN NL OF 155 0 357 9 19 2 .951 0 2.360
1931 CHN NL OF 103 0 210 9 5 1 .978 0 2.130
1932 BRO NL OF 125 0 220 14 11 4 .955 0 1.870
1933 BRO NL OF 90 0 181 3 7 0 .963 0 2.040
1933 BRO NL 2B 5 0 11 18 3 3 .906 0 5.800
1934 BRO NL OF 43 0 71 3 2 3 .974 0 1.720
1934 PHI NL OF 6 0 11 0 0 0 1.00 0 1.830
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1929 World Series, Baseball History, Chicago Cubs, Hack Wilson, Hall of Fame, Kenesaw Landis, Kiki Cuyler, Mark McGwire, Philadelphia Athletics, Riggs Stephenson, Sammy Sosa

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