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person by mauler Wed Aug 16 2006 at 8:36:50 William Ellsworth "Dummy" Hoy was the first deaf person to play Major League Baseball , and is generally credited for the development of the hand gestures used by major league umpires to signal balls and strikes and other in-game calls. Hoy was only 5'4" and 148 pounds and he was also both deaf and mute , but he proved to be a fine fielding outfielder with blazing speed and a magnificent throwing arm, and overcame adversity and prejudice to not only reach the major leagues, but in fact become the greatest player with a significant physical handicap in baseball history Early Years Born in Houcktown, Ohio , Hoy lost his hearing and speech at age three following a bout of spinal meningitis . After graduating from the Ohio State School for the Deaf in Columbus as class valedictorian, Hoy opened a shoe repair store in his hometown and began playing amateur baseball on weekends as a barehanded catcher for a team in nearby Findlay, Ohio . After he got four hits in a single game against a barnstorming professional pitcher, he decided his talents were good enough to make a run at becoming a professional player. Hoy attended several tryouts before a scout for the Milwaukee Brewers of the Northern League thought enough of him to offer him $60 a month to play professional ball. Hoy thought this offer was too low for a player of his talent and soon enough caught on with another team in nearby

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See all of Dummy Hoy , no other writeups in this node. person by mauler Wed Aug 16 2006 at 8:36:50 William Ellsworth "Dummy" Hoy was the first deaf person to play Major League Baseball , and is generally credited for the development of the hand gestures used by major league umpires to signal balls and strikes and other in-game calls. Hoy was only 5'4" and 148 pounds and he was also both deaf and mute , but he proved to be a fine fielding outfielder with blazing speed and a magnificent throwing arm, and overcame adversity and prejudice to not only reach the major leagues, but in fact become the greatest player with a significant physical handicap in baseball history Early Years Born in Houcktown, Ohio , Hoy lost his hearing and speech at age three following a bout of spinal meningitis . After graduating from the Ohio State School for the Deaf in Columbus as class valedictorian, Hoy opened a shoe repair store in his hometown and began playing amateur baseball on weekends as a barehanded catcher for a team in nearby Findlay, Ohio

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William Ellsworth Hoy (May 23, 1862 – December 15, 1961), nicknamed Dummy , was an American center fielder in Major League Baseball who played for several teams from 1888 to 1902
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Batted: Left Threw: MLB debut Washington Nationals Last MLB appearance Cincinnati Reds Career statistics Batting Average Hits Runs batted in Stolen bases Teams Career highlights and awards William Ellsworth Hoy (May 23, 1862 – December 15, 1961), nicknamed "Dummy" , was an American center fielder in Major League Baseball who played for several teams from 1888 to 1902, most notably the Cincinnati Reds and two Washington, D.C. franchises. He is noted for being the most accomplished deaf player in major league history, and is credited by some sources with causing the establishment of signals for safe and out calls. He held the major league record for games in center field (1,726) from 1899 to 1920, set records for career putouts (3,958) and total chances (4,625) as an outfielder, and retired among the leaders in outfield games (2nd; 1,795)

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Dummy Hoy was a deaf baseball player who may belong in the Hall of Fame.
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    zSB(3,3) For years, the deaf community has been lobbying to get William "Dummy" Hoy into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Hoy, who was born hearing but lost his hearing as a young child, is one of the more historic figures in baseball history. Among other things, he was the first one to hit a "grand slam" in the American League. Hoy was also instrumental in the invention of the "strike" sign. Hoy was honored with a two-part front-page story in Deaf Life magazine, published in November and December 1992. In addition, he was featured in episode #102 of the Gallaudet University-produced television series, Deaf Mosaic. In September 1997, Hoy was placed on the voting ballot but did not get elected. However, Hoy did make it into the Ohio Baseball Hall of Fame. This was reported in the July and October 1992 issues of

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