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Bert Haas from the Chronology
Aug 26, 1951 - In the 2nd game against the Yanks veteran infielder Bert Haas hits a pinch homer in the 6th for the White Sox his last ML at bat. The Sox will release the 37-year old tomorrow. The Yanks win 8-6 to remain a game behind the Indians. The Sox take the opener 3-2 behind Saul Rogovin.
May 8, 1946 - The Reds blow a 5-2 in the 9th when 1B Bert Haas trips over the bullpen mound and misses an easy pop fly by Eddie Stanky that would've ended the game. Stanky then walks to load the bases and Billy Herman follows with a 3-run double to tie the game. The Dodgers win it 8-5 in the 10th on a 3-run pinch homer by Don Padgett. 2B Lonnie Frey of the Reds throws out 6 straight runners as part of an 11-assist game and adds a triple and 2 singles.
Jun 12, 1940 - In a sweet trade for Brooklyn GM Larry MacPhail perfects his outfield and gets one pitcher: Joe Medwick and 37-year-old Curt Davis a 22-game winner last year are acquired from the Cardinals for Ernie Koy P Carl Doyle minor leaguers Bert Haas and Sam Nahem and $125000. Medwick is hitting .338.
Sep 20, 1937 - The Cubs edge the Dodgers 5-4 to keep the pressure on the Giants. Brooklyn's Bert Haas hits a pinch double for the 3rd successive game.
Sep 18, 1937 - With 3 hits Pittsburgh OF Paul Waner establishes a 20th-century NL record with his 8th year of 200 or more hits. Cy Blanton beats the Dodgers 3-2. Bert Haas has a pinch double for Brooklyn and will pinch hit a double on the 19th and 20th establishing a NL record: it's never been done in the AL.