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Hal McRae AS-3AW-8WS-1

+ Played in Major Leagues 1968-1987

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Biography Data
Positions: DH-1427, OF-478, 3B-22, 2B-17
Proper Name: Harold Abraham Mcrae
Born: July 10, 1945 (71.109)
Place Avon Park, Florida
Height/Weight: 5-11 / 185 Bats/Throws: Right-Right
High School: Avon Park (Avon Park,FL)
College: Florida A&M University
Drafted: 1965 -- 6th round (117th overall) by Cincinnati Reds (June-Reg)
MLB Debut:July 11,1968 (23.001)
TBC Player ID:15225
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Career Activity
Organizations:CIN, CLE, KCA
Relationship(s):Father of Brian McRae

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  • Awards for Hal McRae
    YearLeagueAward NameNotesAward History
    1976MLBAmerican League Player of the WeekJune 7-June 13Award History
    1976MLBEdgar Martinez Award (Outstanding MLB DH) Award History
    1977MLBAmerican League Player of the WeekApril 18-April 24Award History
    1979MLBAmerican League Player of the WeekAugust 6-August 12Award History
    1980MLBEdgar Martinez Award (Outstanding MLB DH) Award History
    1982MLBAL Player of the MonthMayAward History
    1982MLBAL Silver Slugger AwardDHAward History
    1982MLBEdgar Martinez Award (Outstanding MLB DH) Award History

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