Posted by JT
February 5, 1928
Don Hoak was one of five Reds in the starting lineup in the 1957 All-Star Game, along with Ed Bailey, Frank Robinson, Johnny Temple, and Roy McMillan. He led the league in doubles and finished 11th in MVP voting.
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