Lloyd James Waner
Bats: Left, Throws: Right
Height: 5' 9", Weight: 150 lb.
Born: March 16, 1906 in Harrah, OK
School: East Central University (Ada, OK)(All Transactions)
Debut: April 12, 1927 (Age 21.027)
vs. CIN 4 AB, 1 H, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB
Rookie Status: Exceeded rookie limits during 1927 season [*]
Teams (by GP): Pirates/Phillies/Reds/Braves/Dodgers 1927-1945
Final Game: September 16, 1945 (Age 39.184)
vs. NYG 1 AB, 0 H, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB
Inducted into the Hall of Fame by Veteran's Committee as Player in 1967.
View Lloyd Waner Page at the Baseball Hall of Fame (plaque, photos, videos).
Died: July 22, 1982 in Oklahoma City, OK
Buried: Rose Hill Cemetery, Oklahoma City, OK
Relatives: Brother of Paul Waner
About biographical information
Career Home Runs
For all seasons after 1973, the play-by-play data is complete (summary of missing data for
). For some games from 1954 to 1973, we do not have
Lloyd Waner: 27 Career Home Runs
1 leading off,
1 go ahead,
25 lacking some details
|13 Inside the Park|
|Gms w/ this # = 0|
are not shown.
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