About Hank Perry: American baseball player (1886 - 1956) | Biography, Facts, Career, Life
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Hank Perry
American baseball player

Hank Perry

Hank Perry
The basics

Quick Facts

Intro American baseball player
Was Athlete Baseball player
From United States of America
Field Sports
Gender male
Birth 28 July 1886, Howell, Livingston County, Michigan, U.S.A.
Death 18 July 1956, Pontiac, Oakland County, Michigan, U.S.A. (aged 70 years)
Star sign Leo
The details (from wikipedia)


William Henry Perry (July 28, 1886 – July 18, 1956), nicknamed "Socks," was a Major League Baseball player who played for the Detroit Tigers in 1912. Hank "Socks" Perry played in 13 games, 7 as the backup center fielder to Ty Cobb, and the rest as a pinch-hitter. Perry had a .167 career batting average, not good enough to compete for playing time in center field with Cobb. Perry played with the Providence Grays in 1910 and earned the title Independent League Batting Champ for that year. In 1911 he played with the Sacramento Solons of the West Coast League, who traded him to the Detroit Tigers. Perry died in 1956 at age 79 in Pontiac, Michigan.

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