Harold Leon Weafer
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 6' 0", Weight 215 lb.
- School Burdett College
Hal Weafer was a minor league first baseman from 1918 to 1933. In 1920 he was on the Chicago Cubs roster, but didn't play and was released in May. He probably had his most success in the class B Virginia League where he played from 1921 to 1927. In 1925 he led the league with a .391 average and in 1926 he hit .354 with 14 HR and 33 2B, both seasons with the Richmond Colts. He also served as player/manager for various clubs from 1928 to 1933. Weafer was a scout for the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1933.
Weafer began his umpiring career in the Bi-State League in 1935. He worked the International League in 1936-1937, the American Association in 1938-1942, and was an American League umpire from 1943 to 1947.
Weafer entered the Navy in November 1942, and was medically discharged in February 1944 due to a broken arm.
Weafer's brother was major leaguer Ken Weafer
Year-by-Year Managerial Record
|1928||Wilmington Pirates||Eastern Carolina League||68-46||1st||none||Lost League Finals|
|1929||Wilmington Pirates||Eastern Carolina League||67-52||3rd||none||Lost League Finals|
|1930||Winston-Salem Twins||Piedmont League||none||replaced by Claude Joyner|
|1932||Wilmington Pirates||Piedmont League||Boston Red Sox||replaced by Tweet Walsh|
|1933|| Quincy Shipbuilders/Nashua Millionaires
Quincy moved to Nashua June 6
|New England League||Detroit Tigers||replaced by Billy Flynn|