November 18, 1893|
August 2, 1944 (aged 50)|
Redwood City, California
Hauger was an outfielder for the 1912 Cleveland Naps. He played in fifteen games and only managed one hit (a single) in eighteen at bats for a .056 career batting average.
He did have a long minor league career and saw some time as a minor league manager including a stint as the skipper of the Virginia League Kinston Eagles.
Later, Hauger worked for Western Pipe and Steel while working part-time as a scout for the Chicago White Sox until he died from a heart attack in 1944. He served in the Coast Guard Reserve during World War II.
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