Softball Batting Drills to Improve your Batting Average - Best Softball Drills

Softball Batting Drills to Improve your Batting Average - Best Softball Drills

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August 13, 1865 – October 4, 1936: Hercules Burnett:  played briefly for his hometown team, the Louisville Colonels in 1888 while the team was in the American Association, and in again 1895 when the Colonels were a member of the National League. His career consisted of six games played, and in 21 at bats he collected 7 hits for a .333 batting average and .714 slugging average.Played 1887 to 1903 in pro ball.

August 13, 1865 – October 4, 1936: Hercules Burnett: played briefly for his hometown team, the Louisville Colonels in 1888 while the team was in the American Association, and in again 1895 when the Colonels were a member of the National League. His career consisted of six games played, and in 21 at bats he collected 7 hits for a .333 batting average and .714 slugging average.Played 1887 to 1903 in pro ball.

"Connie Morgan, 1955. Recruited at age 19. 3rd of 3 women in the Negro Baseball League. Played for the Indianapolis Clowns 1954-1955 and the North Philadelphia Honey Drippers, an all female team. Morgan had a career batting average of .368, ironically the record is held by Ty Cobb at .366."

"Connie Morgan, 1955. Recruited at age 19. 3rd of 3 women in the Negro Baseball League. Played for the Indianapolis Clowns 1954-1955 and the North Philadelphia Honey Drippers, an all female team. Morgan had a career batting average of .368, ironically the record is held by Ty Cobb at .366."

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Death:May 3, 1938 – December 29, 2016: Chris Cannizzaro:      St. Louis Cardinals (1960–1961)     New York Mets (1962–1965)     Pittsburgh Pirates (1968)     San Diego Padres (1969–1971)     Chicago Cubs (1971)     Los Angeles Dodgers (1972–1973)     San Diego Padres (1974)/the first Padre selected to play in an All-Star Game[1969]//In a 13-season career, Cannizzaro posted a .235 batting average with 18 home runs and 169 RBI in 740 games played.

Death:May 3, 1938 – December 29, 2016: Chris Cannizzaro: St. Louis Cardinals (1960–1961) New York Mets (1962–1965) Pittsburgh Pirates (1968) San Diego Padres (1969–1971) Chicago Cubs (1971) Los Angeles Dodgers (1972–1973) San Diego Padres (1974)/the first Padre selected to play in an All-Star Game[1969]//In a 13-season career, Cannizzaro posted a .235 batting average with 18 home runs and 169 RBI in 740 games played.

September 30, 1885 – March 19, 1981: Zinn Beck:      St. Louis Cardinals (1913–1916)     New York Yankees (1918) //played pro ball 1910-29, mostly in B ball//In 290 career games in the majors, he had a .226 batting average with 204 hits in 902 At-bats. Zinn Beck Field at Sanford Memorial Stadium in Sanford, Florida is named in his honor

September 30, 1885 – March 19, 1981: Zinn Beck: St. Louis Cardinals (1913–1916) New York Yankees (1918) //played pro ball 1910-29, mostly in B ball//In 290 career games in the majors, he had a .226 batting average with 204 hits in 902 At-bats. Zinn Beck Field at Sanford Memorial Stadium in Sanford, Florida is named in his honor

November 15, 1896 – August 11, 1955: Bert Ellison: played in pro ball 1915-1928,with the Tigers 1916-20/born in Ola,Yell County,Arkansas and attended Univ of Arkansas/ In seven seasons with the Sealsof the PCL,he appeared in 1,042 games, compiled a .335 batting average, and totaled 1,329 hits, 278 doubles, 43 triples, 116 RBIs, and 778 RBIs.He was posthumously inducted into the Pacific Coast League Hall of Fame in 2006

November 15, 1896 – August 11, 1955: Bert Ellison: played in pro ball 1915-1928,with the Tigers 1916-20/born in Ola,Yell County,Arkansas and attended Univ of Arkansas/ In seven seasons with the Sealsof the PCL,he appeared in 1,042 games, compiled a .335 batting average, and totaled 1,329 hits, 278 doubles, 43 triples, 116 RBIs, and 778 RBIs.He was posthumously inducted into the Pacific Coast League Hall of Fame in 2006

Death:October 30, 1941 – May 19, 2016:  Jim Ray Hart: San Francisco Giants (1963–1973) New York Yankees (1973–1974)// In a 12-season career, Hart posted a .278 batting average, with 170 home runs and 578 runs batted in (RBIs) in 1,125 Major League games played.Hit for the cycle July 8, 1970 and tied for second place with Rico Carty in NL ROY voting in 1964 behind Dick Allen

Death:October 30, 1941 – May 19, 2016: Jim Ray Hart: San Francisco Giants (1963–1973) New York Yankees (1973–1974)// In a 12-season career, Hart posted a .278 batting average, with 170 home runs and 578 runs batted in (RBIs) in 1,125 Major League games played.Hit for the cycle July 8, 1970 and tied for second place with Rico Carty in NL ROY voting in 1964 behind Dick Allen

Death: December 27, 1941 – December 19, 2016: Phil Gagliano:      St. Louis Cardinals (1963–1970)     Chicago Cubs (1970)     Boston Red Sox (1970–1973)     Cincinnati Reds (1973–1974)/ 2× World Series champion (1964, 1967)//His most productive season was 1965, during which he played in 122 games, hitting eight home runs and 59 RBI. In his later years, he developed into a pinch-hitter, gaining a .354 batting average in that role for the Boston Red Sox and .366 for the Cincinnati Reds

Death: December 27, 1941 – December 19, 2016: Phil Gagliano: St. Louis Cardinals (1963–1970) Chicago Cubs (1970) Boston Red Sox (1970–1973) Cincinnati Reds (1973–1974)/ 2× World Series champion (1964, 1967)//His most productive season was 1965, during which he played in 122 games, hitting eight home runs and 59 RBI. In his later years, he developed into a pinch-hitter, gaining a .354 batting average in that role for the Boston Red Sox and .366 for the Cincinnati Reds

Marcenia Lyle Alberga   aka   Toni Stone, 1954.  1st of 3 women to play in Negro League Baseball with a .243 batting average. Teams: San Francisco Lions 1949,  Black Pelicans 1949,  New Orleans Creoles 1949-1952, Indianapolis Clowns 1953 (Hank Aaron played for this team in 1952), and the Kansas City Monarchs 1953-1954. She retired at the end of the 1954 season to care for her husband.

Marcenia Lyle Alberga aka Toni Stone, 1954. 1st of 3 women to play in Negro League Baseball with a .243 batting average. Teams: San Francisco Lions 1949, Black Pelicans 1949, New Orleans Creoles 1949-1952, Indianapolis Clowns 1953 (Hank Aaron played for this team in 1952), and the Kansas City Monarchs 1953-1954. She retired at the end of the 1954 season to care for her husband.

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