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Name: Harold Arthur Trosky Sr. Position: First Base Tribe Time: 1933-1941 Number: 7 Accolades: Top 10 MVP (1934, 1936) DOB: 11/11/1912 Stats G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB BB SO SB CS SB% OBP SLG AVG OPS ISOP Best Season (1936) 151 629 124 216 45 9 42 162 405 57 58 6 5 55% .382 .644 .343 1.026 .300 Career 1124 4365 758 1365 287 53 216 911 2406 449 373 21 18 54% .377 .551 .313 .928 .238 In 1934, after only eleven professional games, Hal Trosky took over the firstbaseman's role for the Tribe and didn't relinquish it until he left the team in 1942. From 1934 until 1940 he was arguably the best offensive player on the team every single season. During that time he never had a season with less than 19 home runs or 90 RBI. The 1930's were not a particularly good decade for the team, but there is no question that Hal Trosky was a star. He retain...
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