Harold Henry Schumacher
Harold Henry Schumacher (November 23, 1910 – April 21, 1993) was an American baseball player. He played in the majors from 1931 to 1946 for the New York Giants. Hal was still a student at St. Lawrence University when he first signed with the Giants, graduating in 1933.

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Hal Schumacher Statistics and History - Baseball-Reference.com
Career: 158-121, 3.36 ERA, 906 SO, P, 2xAllStar, Giants 1931-1946, t:R, 1x H/9 Leader, born in Unite. 1910, died 1993, 'Prince Hal'
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Hal Schumacher - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Harold Henry Schumacher (November 23, 1910 – April 21, 1993) was an American baseball player. He pitched in the majors from 1931 to 1946 for the New ...
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Hal Schumacher | SABR
Pitcher Hal Schumacher spent his entire major league career with the New York Giants, and played a key role for a team that won three pennants in five seasons  ...
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Hal Schumacher All-Star Stats by Baseball Almanac
The Hal Schumacher All-Star stats seen below include his All-Star year-by-year hitting stats, All-Star fielding stats, and All-Star pitching stats (where applicable).
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Hal Schumacher Baseball Stats by Baseball Almanac
Hal Schumacher baseball stats with batting stats, pitching stats and fielding stats, along with uniform numbers, salaries, quotes, career stats and biographical ...
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1933 Goudey 129 Harold Schumacher - Baseball Cards
Harold Henry Schumacher (1910-1993) nearly died on the mound in St. Louis, collapsing after six innings with no heartbeat due to excessive heat. Medical ...
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Hal Schumacher - New-York Historical Society's Bill Shannon ...
Hal Schumacher (Baseball. Hinckley, NY, Nov. 23, 1910; died, Cooperstown, NY, Apr. 21, 1993.) It was only natural, given the Shakespearean literacy of the ...
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Hal Schumacher, 82, Giants Pitcher in 30's - New York Times
Apr 23, 1993 ... Hal Schumacher, the right-handed pitching counterpart of left-hander Carl Hubbell on three pennant-winning New York Giants' teams in the ...
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"Prince" Hal Schumacher - Centerfield Maz
Nov 24, 2012 ... Harold Henry Schumacher, nicknamed Prince, was born on November 23, 1910 in Hinckley, New York on the Southern end of the Adirondack ...
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BaseballAmerica.com: Stats: Hal Schumacher
Hal Schumacher. Proper Name: Harold Henry Schumacher. Born: Nov. 23, 1910 in Hinckley, N.Y.. High School: Ht.: 6-0 Wt.: 190. Bats: R Throws: R ...
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Hal Schumacher | SABR
Pitcher Hal Schumacher spent his entire major league career with the New York ... in 1928, Hal was accepted at Saint Lawrence University in Canton, New York.
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Photo of Hal Schumacher. Hal Schumacher. Harold Henry Schumacher (Prince Hal). Position: ... School: St. Lawrence University (Canton, NY) (All Transactions)
Hal Schumacher - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Harold Henry Schumacher (November 23, 1910 – April 21, 1993) was an ... Hal was still a student at St. Lawrence University when he first signed with the Giants  ...
"Prince" Hal Schumacher - Centerfield Maz
Nov 24, 2012 ... Harold Henry Schumacher, nicknamed Prince, was born on November 23, ... Hal began attending Lawrence University but had to quit due to ...
Hal Schumacher, 82, Giants Pitcher in 30's - New York Times
Apr 23, 1993 ... Hal Schumacher, the right-handed pitching counterpart of ... signed with the Giants as a junior out of St. Lawrence University, and he pitched for ...
Hal Schumacher Baseball Stats by Baseball Almanac
Hal Schumacher baseball stats with batting stats, pitching stats and fielding stats, ... Birth Name: Harold Henry Schumacher ... College: St. Lawrence University.
Hal Schumacher All-Star Stats by Baseball Almanac
The Hal Schumacher All-Star stats seen below include his All-Star year-by-year ... Birth Name: Harold Henry Schumacher ... College: St. Lawrence University.
Hal Schumacher World Series Stats by Baseball Almanac
The Hal Schumacher World Series stats seen below include his World Series ... Birth Name: Harold Henry Schumacher ... College: St. Lawrence University.
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Biographical Dictionary of American Sports: Q-Z
Biographical Dictionary of American Sports: Q-Z
David L. Porter, 2000
HERBERT JUDE 1371 SCHUMACHER, Harold Henry "Prince Hal" (b. November 23,1910, Hinck- ley, NY; d. April 21, 1993, Cooperstown, NY), player, joined the New York Giants (NL) as a pitcher in 1931 shortly after leaving the St. Lawrence ...
New York Aces: The First 75 Years
New York Aces: The First 75 Years
Mark Rucker, 2005
Hal Schumacher (left), Carl Hubbell (center), and Fred Fitzsimmons (right) could take a three- game series on the road and be out of town before opposing fans knew what happened. In 1933, these pitchers combined to win 58 games for the  ...
The Washington Senators, 1901-1971
The Washington Senators, 1901-1971
Tom Deveaux, 2005
After Gus Mancuso walked and Blondy Ryan sacrificed for the first out by advancing the runners, pitcher Hal Schumacher, not a particularly good hitter even for a pitcher, singled to center to drive in both runners. After a ¡–2–3 Washington ...
Baseball Cyclopedia (The McFarland Historical Baseball Library, No. 5)
Baseball Cyclopedia (The McFarland Historical Baseball Library, No. 5)
Ernest J. Lanigan, Gary Mitchem and Mark Durr, 2005
In addition to serving as sports editor of the New York Post and Cleveland Leader, Ernest J. Lanigan wrote for The Sporting News and Baseball Magazine, worked as secretary and information director for the International League, and served as curator of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum.
New York World Champions 1933
New York World Champions 1933
Robert Long, 2003
HAL, SCHUMACHER A star pitcher for the 1933 New y0 19.10 in Hinckley, New York by the na the Dolgesville High School where he ball, basketball, and baseball, it rk Giant high the school and 10 unci and w h e n He was a pitcher ...
Biographical Dictionary of American Sports: Baseball, Revised and Expanded Edition^L Q-Z
Biographical Dictionary of American Sports: Baseball, Revised and Expanded Edition^L Q-Z
David L. Porter, 2000
?Useful and enjoyable for baseball enthusiasts, this title is recommended for large sports collections and libraries serving a baseball-loving public.?-Choice
The Emerald Guide to Baseball 2007-2008
The Emerald Guide to Baseball 2007-2008
Hal Schumacher 2482.1 1931-1946 8. Jim Davenport 1501 1958-1970 8. Bobby Bonds 186 1968-1974 8. Willie McCovey .524 1959-1980 8. Gaylord Perry 2294.1 1962-1971 9. Whitey Lockman 1485 1945-1958 9. Will Clark 176 1986- 1993 ...
Biographical Dictionary of American Sports: 1989-1992 Supplement for Baseball, Football, Basketball and Other...
Biographical Dictionary of American Sports: 1989-1992 Supplement for Baseball, Football, Basketball and Other...
David L. Porter, 1992
This volume, the fifth in the Biographical Dictionary of American SportS≪/i>, provides biographical and bibliographical information on 620 distinguished American sports personalities. The majority of the entries represent team sports, including baseball, football, and basketball. Other entries treat individual sports, including track and ...
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Harold Henry Schumacher
centerfield maz: Three Time World Series New York Giants Pitcher: "Prince" Hal Schumacher (1931-1942 / 1946)
Harold Henry Schumacher, nicknamed Prince, was born on November 23, 1910 in Hinckley, New York on the Southern end of the Adirondack Mountains. Hal began attending Lawrence University but had to quit due to financial reasons, even though he was an exceptional student in academics as well as in sports.
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October 7, 1933: Senators Lose 4-3 To Giants; Drop World Series In Five Games - Federal Baseball
Joe Cronin led the 1933 Senators to a 99-53 regular season record and a first place finish in the American League, but they were no match for the National League's New York Giants, who won the World Series in five games with a win on October 7, 1933.
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