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A short bio from the Boston Garter Game of the Century card back: Pittsburgh’s Paul Waner is a little man with a big stick. In the league for 7 years he has not batted lower than .322. He has collected more than 200 hits in a season 5 times and he totaled 237 safeties in 1927 when he won the NL batting title with an average of .380. Standing only 5’8” and weighing a mere 153 pounds, the left-handed Waner does not homer often but strikes the ball with authority and racks up ringing doubles and triples in bunches. His reserve status is an indication of the strength of the NL lineup that will take the field on July 6 in Chicago’s Century of Progress game. Waner’s younger brother Lloyd is also a star outfielder for the Pirates.


Birth Date: April 16, 1903
Birth Location: Harrah, OK
Death Date: August 29, 1965
Death Location: Sarasota FL, USA
Weight: 153 lb
Height: 5 ft 8 in
Bats: L
Throws: L
Debut Date: April 13, 1926
Final Game Date: April 26, 1945
Years Played: 22
Games Played: 2,549
At Bats: 9,459
Runs: 1,627
Hits: 3,152
Doubles: 605
Triples: 191
Home Runs: 113
RBIs: 1,309
Stolen Bases: 104
Base on Balls: 1
Batting Average: 0.333
Position: Right Fielder

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