Bruno Haas was born on Tuesday, May 5, 1891, in Worcester, Massachusetts. Haas was 24 years old when he broke into the big leagues on June 23, 1915, with the Philadelphia Athletics. His biographical data, year-by-year hitting stats, fielding stats, pitching stats (where applicable), career totals, uniform numbers, salary data and miscellaneous items-of-interest are presented by Baseball Almanac on this comprehensive Bruno Haas baseball stats page.
Bruno Haas Pitching Stats
Bruno Haas Hitting Stats
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Bruno Haas Miscellaneous Stats
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Bruno Haas Miscellaneous Items of Interest
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Did you know that when Bruno Haas made his Major League debut on June 23, 1915, he set a new American League record for walks allowed in a game ? The sixteen bases on balls were not only an American League mark - that still stands, but it tied the National League record of sixteen set by Bill George on May 30, 1887, then tied by George Van Haltren on June 27, 1887.
Bruno Haas Walks Record | The New York Times | June 24, 1915 | Page 12
Bruno Haas pitched in five more games, played left field in three games, and pinch hit in three games before he was sent back down to the Minor Leagues. Bruno not only played baseball for twenty-plus years in the minors, he also played football in the National Football League ( Baseball and Football Players List / NFL.com Stats ).
Bruno Haas | 1978 Olde Cards (#3) | Baseball Almanac Collection
On May 5, 1901, Roy Patterson became the first American League pitcher to face fifty-plus batters in a nine inning game (57). Bruno Haas was the third pitcher in this infamous club, facing fifty-three in his record setting walks-surrendered game. Only two additional junior circuit pitchers are also members, Allan Travers who faced fifty-two batters on May 18, 1912, and Hod Lisenbee who faced fifty-one batters on September 11, 1936 .
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