Hal Naragon

Hal Naragon

Originele naam Harold Richard Naragon
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Zanesville, Muskingum County, Ohio, USA
Overlijden 31 Aug 2019 (leeftijd 90)
Barberton, Summit County, Ohio, USA
Begraaflocatie Akron, Summit County, Ohio, VS
Herdenking-ID 202605713 · Bron bekijken
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Major League Baseball Player, Coach. For ten seasons (1951 and 1954 to 1962), he played at the catcher position with the Cleveland Indians Washington Senators and Minnesota Twins. Born Harold Richard Naragon, he played baseball at Barberton High School in Ohio. Signed by the Cleveland Indians as an amateur free agent, he made his Major League debut on September 23, 1951. His career was interrupted for two years (1952 to 1953) while he served with the United States Marine Corps. He experienced an American League Pennant winning season (1954) with Cleveland and appeared in one game during the 1954 World Series. In 424 career regular season games, he compiled 262 hits, with a .262 batting average. After retiring as a player, he remained in the games and served as a bullpen coach with the Minnesota Twins (1963 to 1966), where he was on staff when Minnesota captured the American League Pennant in 1965. He went on to serve as bullpen coach with the Detroit Tigers (1967 to 1968) and was on Mayo Smith's staff when Detroit won the World Series in 1968. After leaving baseball, he was the proprietor of a sporting goods store.

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  • Onderhouden door: Find A Grave
  • Originele versie aangemaakt door: C.S.
  • Toegevoegd: 31 Aug 2019
  • Find A Grave-herdenking 202605713
  • Find A Grave, database en afbeeldingen (https://www.findagrave.com : geopend ), herdenkingspagina voor Hal Naragon (1 Oct 1928–31 Aug 2019), Find A Grave-herdenkingsnr. 202605713, citaat Greenlawn Memorial Park, Akron, Summit County, Ohio, VS ; Onderhouden door: Find A Grave Burial Details Unknown.