- 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.
- AR 57--Book Reviews--new
- 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.
- 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.
- Myril Hoag Statistics and History - Baseball-Reference.com
- 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 - 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.
- 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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