Stan Hack

Stan Hack
Birthdate 12/6/1909
Death Date 12/15/1979
Debut Year 1932
Year of Induction
Teams Cubs
Position Third Base

Bill James ranks Stan Hack as the 9th greatest third baseman; Hack retired with a .301 average, .394 on-base percentage and 55.5 WAR.

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Stan Hack was a five-time All Star; in 4 World Series he hit .348 with a .408 on-base percentage

Stan Hack was a five-time All Star; in 4 World Series he hit .348 with a .408 on-base percentage

Does Stan Hack belong in the Hall of Fame? You be the judge. The Chicago Cubs third baseman from 1932-1947, Hack has career numbers that compare favorably to other Cooperstown men at his position. A fine fielder at the hot corner, Hack set the record for most consecutive games at third base without
Stanley Hack dropped this postcard in the mail on April 28, 1945

Stanley Hack dropped this postcard in the mail on April 28, 1945

Shown here is the reverse of the Stan Hack autographed government postcard. Notice the postmark of April 28, 1945 from Chicago, Illinois. That day Hack’s Cubs played host to manager Frankie Frisch‘s Pittsburgh Pirates. Just 5,708 fans witnessed the Cubs’ 6-0 win. Chicago pitcher Hank Wyse had a no-hitter through 8 1/3 before

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