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From BR Bullpen
Frank George Hahn
- Bats Left, Throws Left
- Height 5' 9", Weight 160 lb.
- Debut April 18, 1899
- Final Game June 7, 1906
- Born April 29, 1879 in Nashville, TN USA
- Died February 6, 1960 in Candler, NC USA
 Biographical Information
". . . one of the game's greatest left-handed pitchers." - The Sporting News in 1904
Hahn was consistently one of the best pitchers in the league from 1899-04 for the Reds, at a time when they never finished higher than third. One teammate was Sam Crawford.
He was occasional batting practice pitcher for Cincinnati until 1946.
SABR has a biography on him. Hahn's arm burned out at a relatively young age (he was quite aware that he was pitching too many innings in the majors). He was once called "baseball's best piano player". After his major league days he worked for the U.S. Government and played semi-pro ball.