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Red HayworthMyron Claude HayworthBorn: May 14, 1915 in High Point, N.C.Died: Nov. 2, 2006 in High Point, N.C.Debut: 1944 | Pos: CH: 6’1.5″ | W: 200 | B: R | T: RYrs G AB R H HR RBI SB BA2 146 430 27 81 1 42 0 .212>> Visit the Red Hayworth biography on Baseball Almanac for complete statistics.Red Hayworth, a catcher who played for two seasons in the major leagues with the St. Louis Browns, died on Nov. 2, 2006 in High Point, N.C. He was 91.Hayworth made his debut in the 1944 season and he hit .212 in 430 at-bats in his career. His numbers include a home run and 42 RBI. He was the younger brother of major league player Ray Hayworth.He played in the 1944 World Series, collecting two hits in 17 at-bats.According to his obituary, Hayworth worked as a coach and scout following his playing career. In total, he spent 53 years in baseball.He worked as a minor league scout after his playing career.