Hal Schacker biography

Hal Schacker

Pitcher, Baseball Player

1925 –


Who is Hal Schacker?

Harold Schacker is a former Major League Baseball pitcher who appeared in six games, all in relief, for the Boston Braves in 1945. At the age of 20, the 6'0", 190 lb. right-hander was the tenth-youngest player to appear in a National League game that season.

Schacker is one of many ballplayers who only appeared in the major leagues during World War II. He made his major league debut on May 9, 1945 against the Pittsburgh Pirates at Braves Field. His final game was about five weeks later on June 14.

In a total of 15.1 innings pitched he was 0-1 with 3 games finished, struck out 6, and walked 9. He gave up 12 runs, giving him an ERA of 5.28.


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