Larry Hisle is a retired professional baseball player who appeared in the Major League Baseball. Hisle, who was born in Portsmouth, Ohio, occupied the outfielder position while playing in the majors. Throughout his entire stay in the league, Hisle was able to play for the Philadelphia Phillies, Minnesota Twins, and the Milwaukee Brewers. Presently, Hisle worked for the Milwaukee Brewers as the team’s Manager of Youth Outreach. Hisle is also the Major League Mentoring president.
Hisle was able to play for a total of 14 seasons in the MLB before announcing his retirement. Hisle had a number of good seasons in the majors but most notable are the 1977 and 1978 seasons. For the 1977 season, Hisle was able to record a batting average of .302 and a 119 RBI. Hisle was also able to hit a total of 28 homers for that season. In the 1978 season, Hisle came up with a BA of .290 and an RBI of 115. Hisle was able to hit a total of 34 home runs for the 1978 season.
Hisle was named into the 1977 and the 1978 All-Star Games and was the front runner in the league for RBIs during the 1977 season. Hisle also finished third in the 1978 MVP voting and was selected to be part of the Topps Rookie All-Star in 1869.
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