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William Edgar Hahn was an outfielder in Major League Baseball from
1905-1910. He played for the Chicago White Sox and New York
Highlanders.Hahn, who was born in Nevada, Ohio, started his
professional baseball career at the age of 27 in the Cotton States
League. In August 1905, he was batting .305 for the New Orleans
Pelicans and was purchased by the American League's Highlanders. He
got off to a slow start in 1906 and was sold to the White Sox. He
became the team's starting right fielder. Hahn batted just .227 for
the season but ranked third in the league in walks and hits by
pitches. His style of play fit right in with the White Sox, who
were known as "the Hitless Wonders."
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