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  Hal Smith Baseball Stats by Baseball Almanac
Hal Smith was born on Monday, June 1, 1931, in Barling, Arkansas.
Hal Smith's biographical data, year-by-year hitting stats, fielding stats, pitching stats (where applicable) career totals, uniform numbers, salary data and miscellaneous items-of-interest are presented by Baseball Almanac on this Hal Smith baseball statistics page.
Baseball Almanac is pleased to present a comprehensive player registry for Hal Smith which includes his biographical data, year-by-year statistics, career totals, and miscellaneous items-of-interest.
www.baseball-almanac.com /players/player.php?p=smithha09   (308 words)

  
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DANVILLE – Born here in Danville, Illinois were baseball player Al Myers in 1863, circus clown Harry Le Pearl in 1885, actor Morris Ankrum in 1896, singer Helen Morgan in 1900, musician Bobby Short in 1924, actor Jerry Van Dyke in 1931,, and baseball player Jim Marshall in 1932.
DECATUR – Born here in Decatur were baseball manager Chuck Dressen in 1898, film director of photography William Clothier in 1903, baseball player Art Scharein in 1905, baseball player George Scharein in baseball player Walter "Boom Boom" Beck in 1904, baseball player Hobie Landrith in 1930, and baseball player Del Unser in 1944.
ROCK ISLAND – Born here in Rock Island were baseball player Joe McGinnity in 1871, actor Roger Imhof in 1875, actor Fred Warren in 1889, comedian Joe Frisco in 1890, actor Eddie Albert in 1908, actress Helen Mack in 1913, actress Baby Peggy Montgomery in 1917, and actress June Haver in 1926.
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 Hal Smith Statistics - Baseball-Reference.com
November 17, 1954: Traded by the New York Yankees with players to be named later, Harry Byrd, Jim McDonald, Willy Miranda, Gus Triandos, and Gene Woodling to the Baltimore Orioles for players to be named later, Bob Turley, Don Larsen, and Billy Hunter.
The New York Yankees sent Bill Miller (December 1, 1954), Kal Segrist (December 1, 1954), Don Leppert (December 1, 1954), and Ted Del Guercio (minors) (December 1, 1954) to the Baltimore Orioles to complete the trade.
December 9, 1959: Traded by the Kansas City Athletics to the Pittsburgh Pirates for a player to be named later, Ken Hamlin, and Dick Hall.
www.baseball-reference.com /s/smithha08.shtml   (776 words)

  
 Hal Smith | BaseballLibrary.com
After a far-flung minor league career, Smith reached the ML with Pittsburgh late in 1932 at age 30, and in his first start he shut out the Cubs.
Hornsby appeals to Judge Landis, arguing that he was an active player for two-thirds of the season, and deserved a full share.
It's Hal's first major league start and his only decision of the year.
www.baseballlibrary.com /baseballlibrary/ballplayers/S/Smith_Hal.stm   (122 words)

  
 Youngest Players - The Baseball Archive
Rather, no player who was born earlier than Wright has ever played in the majors.
Pitcher Fred Chapman was the youngest player to make his debut (14 years 7 months 29 days).
One of the reasons this list is interesting is it helps to answer a question I'm frequently asked -- "who was the first person to reach the majors who was younger than me?" If you were born on June 1, 1969, the answer is Ken Griffey.
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 Player Pages™ - The BASEBALL Page
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Browse Player Pages by lists like 300-game winners, 200-game winners, 3,000-hits, and more.
Find out what others are saying in our Baseball Forums.
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 JELLY ROLL MORTON - DISC RECORDINGS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Jelly Roll refers to Fritz Pollard (above) as the "famous baseball player." Frederick Douglass (Fritz) Pollard (1894-1986) was an All-American in football at Brown University.
New Orleans cornetist Chris Tyle and California drummer Hal Smith believe that Freddie Keppard may well be the cornet player on Big Fat Ham and Muddy Water Blues.
Note: Swedish alto saxophone and banjo player Göran Eriksson, who has a very sharp knowledge of jazz of the 1920s, has pointed out that on Weary Blues, there is a second cornet or trumpet player.
www.doctorjazz.freeserve.co.uk /page15.html   (3594 words)

  
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1974 Juan Viedna Schenkhuizen, soccer player, Ajax, NEC
1971 Maarten Atmodikoro, soccer player, Dordrecht '90, NAC
1967 Roel Liefden, soccer player, Dordrecht '90, FC Groningen
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 #50 Hal Smith, Reliever, 27 yrs, Philadelphia (A) Athletics - Out of the Park Baseball Report
#50 Hal Smith, Reliever, 27 yrs, Philadelphia (A) Athletics - Out of the Park Baseball Report
#50 Hal Smith, Reliever, 27 yrs, Philadelphia (A) Athletics
Out of the Park Baseball Homepage - The home of the Out of the Park Baseball Series
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1997 Richie Ashburn, HOF baseball player (Phillies, Mets), dies at 70
1995 Sal Gliatto, baseball player, dies at 93
1995 Herbert Hippauf, baseball player, dies at 56
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 Scoresheet Winter Baseball Players of the Past AL Player List
Also available are PDF files of the player lists and the draft/rule packets.
If you are in a league that has already run the first stage of your draft, you should go to your league's web page to see a list of players still available in your league.
Also, please send in your first stage draft list (up to 150 players long) by November 7th if sending it by fax or e-mail, or postmark it by/before November 4th if using snail mail.
www.scoresheet.com /wintalcurrent.html   (3277 words)

  
 Scoresheet Winter Fantasy Baseball NL Player List
This is the National League player list (1953-1956) for this year's (winter 2004-05) off-season Scoresheet Baseball game.
Also, please send in your first stage draft list (up to 150 players long) by November 8th if sending it by fax or e-mail, or postmark it by November 4th if using snail mail.
43 Hal Jeffcoat R 104 5.19 101 2.95 171 3.84
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 SI.com - Major League Baseball - Hal Smith Player Page
SI.com - Major League Baseball - Hal Smith Player Page
Each contender has that player who can make or break postseason hopes.
Its self-righteous PC police have gone too far.
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 Chuck Smith Statistics - Baseball-Reference.com
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 #75 Hal "Cura" Smith, Catcher, 33 yrs, No Team - Out of the Park Baseball Report   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
#75 Hal "Cura" Smith, Catcher, 33 yrs, No Team - Out of the Park Baseball Report
#75 Hal "Cura" Smith, Catcher, 33 yrs, No Team
Signed as a free agent by Pittsburgh on 4/1/1962 to a minor league deal...
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 TheDeadballEra.com :: THE PLAYERS SPEAK
NICEST TEAMMATE: (MINOR LEAGUER) HAL TURPIN/SEATTLE RANIEERS POST-BASEBALL PROFESSION: WORKED FOR NASHVILLE BRIDGE CO.
FAVORITE PLAYER GROWING UP: BABE RUTH NICEST TEAMMATE: AL LOPEZ/DODGERS POST-BASEBALL PROFESSION: SALESMAN FOR A WHOLESALE PLUMBING CO.
FAVORITE PLAYERS WHILE GROWING UP: TY COBB/WALTER JOHNSON/BABE RUTH NICEST TEAMMATE: RED KRESS/BROWNS POST-BASEBALL PROFESSION: DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, OLYMPIA, WASH.
www.thedeadballera.com /SurveySays.html   (87 words)

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