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Moxie Hengel

Moxie Hengel
Second Baseman
Born: October 7, 1857
Chicago, Illinois
Died: December 11, 1924(1924-12-11) (aged 67)
River Forest, Illinois
Batted: Right Threw: Unknown
MLB debut
April 20, 1884, for the Chicago Browns
Last MLB appearance
May 27, 1885, for the Buffalo Bisons
MLB statistics
At bats 133
Home Runs 0
Batting average .180
Teams

Emery J. Hengel (October 7, 1857 – December 11, 1924) was a Major League Baseball second baseman. A native of Chicago, Illinois, he played for the Chicago Browns (1884) and the St. Paul Saints (1884), both of the Union Association, and for the National League Buffalo Bisons (1885).

Hengel was an average fielder and a poor hitter during his short major league career. In 35 total games he was just 24-for-133 (.180) with thirteen runs scored. Two of his famous teammates on the Buffalo Bisons were Hall of Famers Dan Brouthers and Pud Galvin.

Hengle died in River Forest, Illinois at the age of 67.

External links

  • Baseball Reference


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