Randy Moore

Randolph Edward Moore (June 21, 1906 – June 12, 1992) born in Naples, Texas was an Outfielder for Major League Baseball's Chicago White Sox (1927–28), Boston Braves (1930–35), Brooklyn Dodgers (1936–37) and St. Louis Cardinals (1937).

He finished 23rd in voting for the 1933 National League MVP for playing in 135 Games and having 497 At Bats, 64 Runs, 150 Hits, 23 Doubles, 7 Triples, 8 Home Runs, 70 RBI, 3 Stolen Bases, 40 Walks, .302 Batting Average, .356 On-base percentage, .425 Slugging Percentage, 211 Total Bases and 9 Sacrifice Hits.

In 10 seasons he played in 749 Games and had 2,253 At Bats, 258 Runs, 627 Hits, 110 Doubles, 17 Triples, 27 Home Runs, 308 RBI, 11 Stolen Bases, 158 Walks, .278 Batting Average, .326 On-base percentage, .378 Slugging Percentage, 852 Total Bases and 30 Sacrifice hits.

He died in Mt. Pleasant, Texas at the age of 85.

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