Hugh Alexander (baseball)


Hugh Alexander (baseball)

Hugh Alexander (10 July 1917 in Buffalo, Missouri - 25 November 2000 in Buffalo, Missouri) was an American baseball player.

He played just 7 games for the Cleveland Indians in 1937, accumulating 11 at bats, getting one hit, and striking out 5 times. Alexander later became a scout.

References

[http://www.baseball-reference.com/a/alexahu01.shtml Baseball-Reference.com - Career Statistics]


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