The 19th century professional baseball player played one season in 1897.
Los Angeles, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/18/2012 -- Baseball-Reference.com, a website dedicated to bringing readers all the statistics and history of America’s past time, recently updated the page for Irv Hach. The website is considers itself to be contractor accountants when it comes to keeping stats for the players. The infielder played in just 16 games for his hometown Louisville Colonels in 1897.
With a career batting average of .216, the 24-year old Hach never got the opportunity to play another professional baseball game as that level after his only season. Very little information exists as far as the specifics of his career, so other factors besides skill could have been the reason why he was never heard from again in the National League.
The website continues to look for a thumbnail picture to accompany his page, like many other players have. For any other updates to his page, readers are encouraged to contact the website directly. After many contractor accountant discussion, the website continues to work on gathering information, especially for the players who have since past away.
To learn more about Irv Hach, or any professional baseball player in the history of the sport, visit http://www.baseball-reference.com/players/h/hachir01.shtml to get any of the specific details.
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