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Jeffcoat in 1953.
|Outfielder / Pitcher|
September 6, 1924|
Columbia, South Carolina
|Died: August 30, 2007
|April 20, 1948, for the Chicago Cubs|
|Last MLB appearance|
|August 6, 1959, for the St. Louis Cardinals|
|Career highlights and awards|
In 12 seasons as an outfielder Jeffcoat played in 918 games, 1,963 at-bats, 249 runs, 487 hits, 95 doubles, 18 triples, 26 home Runs, 188 RBI, 49 stolen bases, 114 walks, .248 batting Average, .291 nn-base percentage, .355 slugging percentage, 696 total bases, 47 sacrifice hits and 2 sacrifice flies.
Five of Jeffcoat's seasons he also played as a pitcher where he had a win-loss record of 39–37, 245 games, 51 games started, 13 complete games, 1 shutout, 106 games finished, 25 saves, 697 innings pitched, 772 hits allowed, 365 runs allowed, 327 earned runs allowed, 73 home runs allowed, 257 walks allowed, 239 strikeouts, 22 hit batsmen, 13 wild pitches, 3,053 batters faced, 35 intentional walks and a 4.22 ERA. He is remembered as the pitcher that beaned Brooklyn's Don Zimmer on April 30, 1956, fracturing Zimmer's cheekbone and ending his season.
- Career statistics and player information from MLB, or Baseball-Reference, or Baseball-Reference (Minors) or Retrosheet
- Hal Jeffcoat at Find a Grave
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