Al Dark

Position
Shortstop
Years
1946–1960
Hall Rating
73
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Al Dark is next eligible for the Hall of Fame via the Classic Baseball Era Committee in 2025.
Al Dark Photo
Peak
32%
Longevity
68%

Rankings by Hall Rating

Franchise Contributions by Hall Rating

Career Statistics

Win-Value Statistics
WAR WAA adjWAR adjWAA
About the stats
43.7 14.2 44.8 18.2
Run-Value Statistics
Bat Run DP Fld Pos Pit
-5 15 25 33 92 -1
Season-by-Season Statistics
Year Team WAA WAR
1946 BSN (ATL) 0.0 0.1
1948 BSN (ATL) 2.1 4.5
1949 BSN (ATL) -0.4 1.9
1950 NYG (SFG) 2.6 5.1
1951 NYG (SFG) 3.7 6.3
1952 NYG (SFG) 3.4 5.8
1953 NYG (SFG) 2.4 4.9
1954 NYG (SFG) 1.2 3.7
1955 NYG (SFG) -0.4 1.4
1956 2 teams 0.0 2.5
1956 NYG (SFG) -0.7 0.1
1956 STL 0.7 2.4
1957 STL 0.7 3.0
1958 2 teams -1.1 1.0
1958 STL -0.5 -0.3
1958 CHC -0.6 1.3
1959 CHC 1.2 3.3
1960 2 teams -1.2 0.2
1960 PHI -0.9 -0.1
1960 MLN (ATL) -0.3 0.3
BBWAA Voting Results
Year Percentage
1966
5.6%
1967
13.0%
1967
2.3% (Run-Off)
1968
12.7%
1969
14.1%
1970
18.3%
1971
15.0%
1972
13.9%
1973
13.9%
1974
14.8%
1975
13.3%
1976
16.0%
1977
17.2%
1978
15.8%
1979
18.5%
1980
11.2%
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