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Don Hoak

Baseball Player and Coach
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Born Feb 5, 1928
Hometown Roulette Township...
Died Oct 9, 1969
Death Place Pittsburgh, Penns...

Donald Albert Hoak was a Major League Baseball player. Nicknamed "Tiger," Hoak was a third baseman who played ten seasons in the Majors with the Brooklyn Dodgers (1954–55), Chicago Cubs (1956), Cincinnati Reds (1957–58), Pittsburgh Pirates (1959–62) and Philadelphia Phillies (1963–64). He played 1263 games and compiled a .265 batting average with 89 home runs and 498 runs batted in.… Read More

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1928 Birth Born on February 5, 1928.

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1969 42 Years Old He died on October 9, 1969, of a heart attack while chasing his brother-in-law’s stolen car. … Read More
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