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Mickey Joseph HaslinBorn: Oct. 31, 1910 in Wilkes-Barre, Penn. Died: March 7, 2002 in Wilkes-Barre, Penn.Debut: 1933 | Pos: SS/2B/3BHt: 5’8″ | Wt: 165 | B: R | T: RYrs G AB R H HR RBI SB BA6 318 974 125 265 9 109 8 .272>> Visit the Mickey Haslin biography on Baseball Almanac for complete statistics.Mickey Haslin, a utility infielder, played with Philadelphia (1933-36), the Boston Braves (1936) and the New York Giants (1937-1938). While his career may have been brief, he did take part in some historic events. In 1935, he was a part of the Braves team that participated in the last game of Babe Ruth. On May 24, 1935, he drove in Philadelphia’s lone run in a 2-1 loss to Cincinnati — the first night baseball game in MLB.One of his most productive seasons came in 1935 when he hit .265 in 407 at-bats with 3 home runs, 52 RBI and 5 stolen bases. For his career, he totaled 9 home runs, 109 RBI, 8 SB and a .272 average. In 1934, he led the Phillies in pinch hits.