About Bob Hale Autographed Memorabilia & Collectibles
Robert Houston Hale, popularly known as Bob Hale, is a retired Major League Baseball player who was originally drafted by the St. Louis Browns. He signed with the Browns as an amateur free agent before the start of the 1952 season. He went into the minor leagues after being signed and showed potential plays with a batting average of .332 and made 30 doubles. He made 100 runs batted in while playing in the Northern League.
In 1954, he joined the Piedmont League and played for the team York White Roses. According to reviews, he did great for the team when he became a league leader in number of doubles with 35 and made other remarkable records like 12 home runs, 10 triples and 101 runs. With the York White Roses, he played 142 games. In 1955, he played 61 games and recorded .355 batting average and 12 triples. He had 65 runs batted in that year.
His first game in the Major League Baseball was on July 4, 1955 for the Baltimore Orioles. His final game in the major league was on October 1, 1961 with the New York Yankees. He had a .273 batting average, 89 runs batted in and hit 171 points in all.
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