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Ralph HamnerRalph Conant HamnerNickname: BruzBorn: Sept. 12, 1916 in Gibsland, La.Died: May 22, 2001 in Little Rock, Ark.Debut: 1946 | Pos: PH: 6’3″ | W: 165 | B: R | T: RYrs W L G SV IP SO ERA4 8 20 61 1 220 99 4.58>> Visit the Ralph Hamner biography on Baseball Almanac for complete statistics.Ralph Hamner’s pitching career spanned four seasons in the Major Leagues and he compiled an 8-20 record in 220 innings pitched. His career involved both Chicago teams with which he started and relieved.He pitched 71.1 innings in his rookie season in 1946 and finished with a 2-7 record for the White Sox. His most productive season was in 1948 when he finished 5-9 in 111.1 innings pitched for the Cubs. He allowed nearly a hit an inning that season.In 61 at-bats, he batted .164 with 1 home run and 7 RBI.