Red Schoendienst

Position
Second Baseman
Years
1945–1963
Hall Rating
70
Hall of Fame
Inductee
Induction Note
Inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1989 via Veterans Committee.
Red Schoendienst Photo
Peak
23%
Longevity
77%

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Career Statistics

Win-Value Statistics
WAR WAA adjWAR adjWAA
About the stats
44.5 10.4 45.7 16.1
Run-Value Statistics
Bat Run DP Fld Pos
-52 21 0 79 73
Season-by-Season Statistics
Year Team WAA WAR
1945 STL -0.9 1.0
1946 STL 0.2 2.7
1947 STL -1.9 0.7
1948 STL -0.3 1.5
1949 STL 1.0 3.6
1950 STL -0.6 2.0
1951 STL 1.4 3.7
1952 STL 2.9 5.4
1953 STL 4.2 6.5
1954 STL 2.4 4.8
1955 STL 0.4 2.8
1956 2 teams -0.1 2.1
1956 STL -0.3 0.4
1956 NYG (SFG) 0.2 1.7
1957 2 teams 3.3 5.7
1957 NYG (SFG) 0.9 1.8
1957 MLN (ATL) 2.4 3.9
1958 MLN (ATL) 0.0 1.7
1959 MLN (ATL) -0.2 -0.2
1960 MLN (ATL) -0.7 0.2
1961 STL -0.3 0.2
1962 STL -0.5 0.1
1963 STL -0.2 0.0
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