Thursday, January 31, 2013

Cub Players That Should be in the HOF-Stanley Hack

Stanley Hack, nicknamed "Smiling Stan,"  played his entire career for the Chicago Cubs and was the National League's top third baseman in the late 1930s and early 1940s.


Notable Achievements

5-time NL All-Star (1938, 1939, 1941, 1943, 1945)
2-time NL Hits Leader (1940, 1941)
2-time NL Singles Leader (1941, 1945)
2-time NL Stolen Bases Leader (1938, 1939)
100 Runs Scored Seasons: 7 (1936-1941,1945)

 


Name  AVG OBP SLG HR RBI RUNS SB
Frank Baker  0.307 0.363 0.442 96 987 887 235
Wade Boggs 0.328 0.415 0.443 118 1,014 1,513 24
George Brett 0.305 0.373 0.487 317 1,595 1,583 201
Jimmy Collins 0.294 0.344 0.409 65 983 1,055 194
George Kell 0.306 0.368 0.414 78 870 881 51
Freddie Lindstrom 0.311 0.351 0.449 103 779 895 84
Eddie Mathews 0.271 0.378 0.509 512 1,453 1,509 68
Brooks Robinson 0.267 0.325 0.401 268 1,357 1,232 28
Ron Santo 0.277 0.362 0.464 342 1,331 1,138 35
Mike Schmidt 0.267 0.384 0.527 548 1,595 1,506 174
Pie Traynor 0.320 0.362 0.435 58 1,273 1,183 158
Stan Hack 0.301 0.394 0.397 57 642 1,239 165

 

Chicago Cubs Checklist

1934-36 Batter-Up #137 Stan Hack XRC
1934-36 Diamond Stars #34 Stan Hack (35G)
1934-36 Diamond Stars #107 Stan Hack (36B)
1934 Diamond Match Co. Silver Border #77 Stan Hack
1935-36 Diamond Match Co. Series 3 Type 1 #64 Stan Hack
1936 Cubs Team Issue #12 Stanley Hack
1936 Diamond Match Co. Series 3 Type 2 #12 Stan Hack
1936 National Chicle Fine Pen Premiums R313 #37 Stan Hack
1936 R312 Pastel Photos #29 Herman/Cavarretta/Hack
1936 R312 Pastel Photos #31 Galan/Herman/Lindstrom/Hartnett
1936 R312 Pastel Photos #42 Jim Collins (Safe)/and Stan Hack
1936 S and S (Green Backs) WG8 #27 Stan Hack
1936 World Wide Gum #105 Stan Hack
1937 Cubs American Badge Pins #7 Stan Hack
1938 Clopay Foto-Fun R329 #34 Stanley Hack
1938 Sawyer Biscuit #C13 Stan Hack
1939 Cubs Team Issue #10 Stanley Hack
1940 Wheaties M4 #12 Hugh McManus/Luke Appling/Stanley Hack
1941 Cubs Team Issue #8 Stan Hack
1941 Double Play #3 Billy Herman/Stan Hack
1941 Double Play #97 Stan Hack/Bob Klinger
1941 Wheaties M5 #21 Joe Flash Gordon/George I. Myers/Stan Hack
1942 Cubs Team Issue #7 Stanley Hack
1943 Cubs Team Issue #9 Stan Hack
1943 MP and Co. R302-1 #13 Stan Hack
1947 Tip Top #107 Stan Hack SP
1950 Cubs Greats Brace #7 Stan Hack
1952 Mother's Cookies #60 Stan Hack MG
1953 Mother's Cookies #49 Stan Hack
1954 Wilson Franks #8 Stan Hack
1955 Topps #6 Stan Hack MG RC
1955 Topps Double Header #23 Jack Shepard and/24 Stan Hack MG
1955 Topps Test Stamps #6 Stan Hack MG/Card number 6
1957-58 Cardinals Postcards #18 Stan Hack CO
1961 Fleer #110 Stan Hack
1972 TCMA's the 30's #111 Stanley Hack
1974 Cubs 1938 Bra-Mac #9 Stan Hack
1975 Shakey's Pizza #18 Stan Hack
1976 Cubs TCMA 1938 #14 Stan Hack
1976 Taylor/Schmierer Bowman 47 #90 Stan Hack
1977-84 Galasso Glossy Greats #78 Stan Hack
1978 Grand Slam #11 Stan Hack
1980-83 Pacific Legends #83 Stan Hack
1983 TCMA Playball 1942 #40 Stan Hack
1983 TCMA Playball 1945 #24 Stan Hack
1984 Cubs Brickhouse Playing Cards #10C Stan Hack
1985 Big League Collectibles 30s #4 Stan Hack- 5000
1991 Conlon TSN #126 Stan Hack
1992 Cubs Old Style #10 Stan Hack
1999 Cubs Old Style All-Century Team #9 Stan Hack
2002 SP Legendary Cuts Autographs #SHA Stan Hack/36
2005 Prime Cuts Souvenir Cuts #89 Stan Hack/1
2005 SP Legendary Cuts Autograph Cuts #SH Stan Hack/15
2008 SP Legendary Cuts Headliners and Heroes Cut Signatures #SH Stan Hack/10
2009 SP Legendary Cuts Legendary Cut Signatures #LC171 Stan Hack/10
2011 Donruss Limited Cuts 1 #303 Stan Hack/26
2011 Donruss Limited Cuts 2 #303 Stan Hack/25
2011 Donruss Limited Cuts 3 #303 Stan Hack/16
2011 Donruss Limited Cuts 4 #303 Stan Hack/17
2011 SP Legendary Cuts Legendary Black Signatures #CHINSH Stan Hack/16
1932 Cubs Team Issue #9 Stanley Hack

4 comments:

  1. Stan was my father's favorite player growing up in Chicago. Here's a post I did featuring the second card on your checklist, http://canthavetoomanycards.blogspot.com/2010/10/500th-post-dad-and-stan-hack.html

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    1. Great picture of your dad!

      That Diamond Stars card is one I have been after for a while. It might be better than the '53 Bowman Color Pee Wee Reese.

      Well, maybe not.

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  2. It's absolutely ludicrous that Lindstrom and Kell are in the Hall before Stan.

    And that also applies to Chick Hafey and High Pockets Kelly.

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  3. Thanks for sharing Hackenbush

    Cory i agree, its a shame a lot of Cub players get the shaft

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