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Myril Hoag

Most hits -- 6, Myril Hoag Gerald Williams, 6/6/34 5/1/96, at Boston at Baltimore, 15 inn. Most singles -- 6, Myril Hoag, 6/6/34, at Boston.

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In. Journeymen, the waning fortunes of former Babe Ruth teammate Myril.
January 2010 Flagstick
Myril Hoag (Midweek Tournaments), Matt . Myril Hoag will again man the boards with his artistic calligraphy. From the directors, Myril Hoag and Danny.
9th Annual California State Fair Masters Championship
Myril Hoag. Shirley Johnson. Janice Luis.
16th Annual
Tom Hamolka. Robert Roak. Rudy Danzinger.
Michael Rychlik. Journeymen. Clifton, VA: Pocol Press, 2007. 214

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Yankees highlights at Fenway Park
June 6, 1934: Myril Hoag goes 6-for-6 in a 15-3 win in game one of a doubleheader, becoming the first Yankee to go 6-for-6 in a nine-inning game. The feat was later equalled by Johnny Damon on June 7, 2008 against the Royals. Sept.

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Myril Hoag Statistics and History -
Career: 28 HR, .271 BA, 401 RBI, OF, AllStar, Yankees/WhiteSox/... 1931-1945, b :R/t:R, born in CA 1908, died 1971.
Myril Hoag - BR Bullpen
Myril Hoag - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Myril Oliver Hoag (March 9, 1908 – July 28, 1971), was a major league baseball outfielder for the New York Yankees and other teams.
Myril Hoag Baseball Stats by Baseball Almanac
Baseball in Wartime Blog: Remembering Myril Hoag
Sep 5, 2010 Myril O. Hoag was born on March 9, 1908 in Davis, California.

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