Negro League player stats include league games, interleague games (against major Negro League competition), and games against select top-level independent Black Baseball teams. Player stats do not include the extensive amount of exhibitions and barnstorming games Negro League teams often played. Negro League data is not complete. Research is still ongoing and we’ll continue to publish updates as more information becomes available. More about data coverage
|162 Game Avg.||162||594||540||36||72||0||0||0||18||18||54||.133||.212||.133||.345||6||72||0|
|CC (1 yr)||2||9||8||1||1||0||0||0||1||0||1||.125||.222||.125||.347||8||1||0||0|
|TC (1 yr)||7||24||22||1||3||0||0||0||0||1||2||.136||.208||.136||.345||5||3||0|
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Frequently Asked Questions
How old is Bad News Hall?
Bad News Hall is 103 years old.
How many seasons did Bad News Hall play?
Bad News Hall played 2 seasons.
Is Bad News Hall in the Hall of Fame?
Bad News Hall has not been elected into the Hall of Fame.
What position did Bad News Hall play?
Bad News Hall was a Second Baseman, Third Baseman and Centerfielder.
How many hits did Bad News Hall have?
Bad News Hall had 4 hits over his career.
How many home runs did Bad News Hall have?
Bad News Hall had home runs over his career.
What was Bad News Hall's average?
Bad News Hall had a .133 average over his career.
How many teams has Bad News Hall played for?
Bad News Hall played for 2 teams; the Toledo/Indianapolis Crawfords and Cincinnati-Indianapolis Clowns.
When did Bad News Hall retire?
Bad News Hall last played in 1944.