John Hummel

John Edwin Hummel (April 4, 1883 – May 18, 1959) born in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania, was a Utility player for the Brooklyn Superbas/Brooklyn Dodgers/Brooklyn Robins (1905–15) and New York Yankees (1918). He attended college at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania.

He led the National League in strikeouts (81) in 1910.

In 12 seasons, he:

  • played in 1,161 games
  • had 3,906 at bats
  • 421 runs
  • 991 hits
  • 128 doubles
  • 84 triples
  • 29 home runs
  • 394 runs batted in
  • 117 stolen bases
  • 346 walks
  • .254 batting average
  • .316 on-base percentage
  • .352 slugging percentage
  • 1,374 total bases
  • 114 sacrifice hits

He died in Springfield, Massachusetts at the age of 76.

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