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Harry Hooper

Date of birth: 24 August 1887
Primary position: Right Fielder

Elected to Red Sox Hall of Fame: 1997
Elected to Red Sox Hall of Fame: 1971

Career Batting Statistics through 2018 Season

SeasonABRHHRRBIBBSBAVG
190925529720121615.282
1910584811562276240.267
1911524931634457338.311
1912590981432536629.242
19135861001694406026.288
1914530851371415819.258
1915566901332518922.235
1916575751561378027.271
1917559891433458021.256
1918474811371447524.289
1919491761313497923.267
1920536911677538816.312
TOTAL6270988170730497826300.272

Memorable Moments for Harry Hooper

  • 16 April 1909 - Future Hall-of-Fame outfielder Harry Hooper makes his major league debut for Boston in a 3-2 loss to the Senators in Washington.
  • 30 May 1913 - Harry Hooper leads off both ends of a doubleheader with home runs; though Boston loses the opener 4-3, the home run is the difference in a 1-0 win in the second contest.
  • 4 March 1921 - Veteran Red Sox right fielder Harry Hooper is traded to the White Sox in exchange for outfielders Nemo Leibold and Shano Collins.
  • 20 May 2012 - Mike Aviles leads off with a home run for a second consecutive games as the Red Sox win 5-1 over the Phillies in Philadelphia. Harry Hooper is the only other player in franchise history to go back-to-back games with a lead-off home run.