1902 Chicago Daily News photo/negative of Hal O'Hagan of Chicago Orphans (Cubs) running to first base in West Side Grounds in Chicago. courtesy Chicago Historical Society
A versatile player Hal O’Hagan played 52 games at first base, 8 games in the outfield and one game as a catcher during the 1902 season. Playing in baseball’s Dead Ball Era, Harold O’Hagan hit .187 and had 9 extra base hits. He started the season with the Chicago Orphans (later nicknamed the Cubs), then played with the New York Giants and also the Cleveland Brouchos (later called the Indians).
Hal O’Hagan also played one game as a catcher in 1892 with Washington of the National Association.