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Heinie Manush

Henry Emmett Manush
Born: July 20, 1901
Tuscumbia, AL USA
Deceased: 1971
Sarasota, FL USA
Primary Position: LF
All Position(s) Played: 1B, RF, CF, LF, OF, PH, PR
Bats: L
Throws: L
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 200
Career: 1923-1939
Elected to Baseball Hall of Fame in 1964.
Minor League Statistics

Heinie Manush compiled a career batting average of .330 with 110 home runs and 1183 RBI in his 2009-game career with the Detroit Tigers, St. Louis Browns, Washington Senators, Boston Red Sox, Brooklyn Dodgers and Pittsburgh Pirates. He began playing during the 1923 season and last took the field during the 1939 campaign. Manush was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1964.


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Batting:

Year Lg Team GP PA AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO BA OBP SLG OPS TB DP HBP SH SF IBB
1923ALDetroit Tigers10935830859103205454352021.334.406.471.8771450171300
1924ALDetroit Tigers120485422831222489681452730.289.355.448.8031890162000
1925ALDetroit Tigers993122784684143547832421.302.362.428.79011902800
1926ALDetroit Tigers1365634989518835814861153128.378.421.564.985281062800
1927ALDetroit Tigers15165959310217731186901284729.298.354.442.796262041500
1928ALSt. Louis Browns1546976381042414720131081753914.378.414.575.989367002000
1929ALSt. Louis Browns142635574852044510681984324.355.401.500.901287011700
1930ALSt. Louis Browns4920919826651642293157.328.345.480.8259500600
1930ALWashington Senators8839335674129338765432617.362.406.559.965199001100
1931ALWashington Senators1466666161101894111670333627.307.351.438.78927006800
1932ALWashington Senators149677625121214411414116723629.342.383.520.903325051100
1933ALWashington Senators1537046581152213217595643618.336.372.459.83130202800
1934ALWashington Senators1376055568819442111189733623.349.392.523.915291031000
1935ALWashington Senators11951947968131269456203517.273.328.390.71918704100
1936ALBoston Red Sox823343134391155045131711.291.329.371.70011601300
1937NLBrooklyn Dodgers13251646657155257473604024.333.389.442.83120673700
1938NLBrooklyn Dodgers17565191231061054.235.304.333.6371720000
1938NLPittsburgh Pirates1515132411040020.308.400.538.938710000
1939NLPittsburgh Pirates1013120000010011.000.077.000.077010000
Totals20088416765412872524491160110118311458506345.330.377.479.8563665117018600


Fielding:

Year Lg Team Pos GP GS Inn. PO A E DP Fld% RF/9 RF/G
1923ALDetroit TigersOF7900.0158680.9532.076
1924ALDetroit Tigers1B100.010001.0001.000
1924ALDetroit TigersOF10600.0224451.9792.151
1925ALDetroit TigersOF7300.0153730.9822.192
1926ALDetroit TigersOF12000.02837103.9672.417
1927ALDetroit TigersOF14900.03619113.9712.483
1928ALSt. Louis BrownsOF15400.0355632.9922.344
1929ALSt. Louis BrownsOF14100.02931143.9872.156
1930ALWashington SenatorsOF8600.0159520.9881.907
1930ALSt. Louis BrownsOF4800.096510.9902.104
1931ALWashington SenatorsOF14300.0245561.9771.748
1932ALWashington SenatorsOF14600.0318643.9882.219
1933ALWashington SenatorsOF15000.03251061.9822.233
1934ALWashington SenatorsOF13100.0293562.9802.275
1935ALWashington SenatorsOF11100.0251845.9852.333
1936ALBoston Red SoxOF7200.0110341.9661.569
1937NLBrooklyn DodgersOF12300.0187761.9701.577
1938NLBrooklyn DodgersOF1200.0291001.0002.500
1939NLPittsburgh PiratesOF100.010001.0001.000
Totals184600.038421058326.9792.138

Postseason - Batting:

Year Lg Team Rnd GP PA AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO BA OBP SLG OPS TB DP HBP SH SF IBB
1933ALWashington SenatorsWS520182200000021.111.200.111.311200000
Totals520182200000021.111.200.111.311200000

Postseason - Fielding:

Year Lg Team Rnd Pos GP GS Inn. PO A E DP Fld% RF/9 RF/G
1933ALWashington SenatorsWSLF5541.0100001.0002.1952.000
Totals5541.0100001.0002.1952.000

Awards

1926 - AL Baseball Magazine All-Star OF
1928 - AL Baseball Magazine All-Star OF
1934 - AL Baseball Magazine All-Star RF




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