Jack Hiatt

1970 Topps

Hiatt played for nine seasons in the major leagues, breaking in with the Los Angeles Angels in 1964 and finishing with the California Angels in 1972. In between, Hiatt spent time with the San Francisco Giants, Montreal Expos, Chicago Cubs and Houston Astros. A career .251 hitter, Hiatt never saw action in more than 90 games in a season. His best year was 1967 when he hit .275 with six home runs for San Francisco. Following his playing career, Hiatt was a minor-league manager. He also worked in the Giants’ front office.


Jack Hiatt – career stats 

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Writer, historian, father, intrepid traveller, journalist, punk rocker ... I am actually in the (a) Hall of Fame. They said to never trust anyone over 30 and now I am so far past that point, spinning aimlessly and still trying to figure out my place in the world.

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