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Who is Hal Rice?
Hal Rice: Harold Housten "Hal" Rice also known as "Hoot", was an American left fielder in Major League Baseball for all or parts of seven seasons, from 1948 until 1954, for the St. Louis Cardinals, Pittsburgh Pirates, and Chicago Cubs. Most of his career was spent with the Cardinals, where he backed up Stan Musial in left field.
- born on (91 years ago) in Fayette County
- profession: Baseball player
- died on (18 years ago) in Bloomington
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The Cardinals Encyclopedia (1999)
by Mike Eisenbath, Stan Musial
Enos Slaughter, Todd Zeile 2 Richie Allen, Bob Bescher, Count Campau, Rip Collins, Leo Durocher, Ron Cant, Joe Garagiola, Bob Gibson, Chick Hafey, George Hendrick, Julian Javier, Brian Jordan, Willie McGee,Joe Medwick, Luis Melendez, Johnny Mize, Don Padgett, Tom Pagnozzi, Terry Pendleton, Ken Reitz , Hal Rice, Lonnie Smith Luis Alicea, Joaquin Andujar, Les Bell, Augie Bergamo, Steve Bilko, Dave Brain, Steve Brodie, Ed Cartwright, Bob Garuthers, Cesar Cedeno.
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