Urban John Hodapp (September 26, 1905 – June 14, 1980) played major league baseball in the 1920s and 1930s, mostly for the Cleveland Indians. He primarily played second base. He was a solid contact hitter, with a .311 batting average over nine major league seasons. His best year was in 1930, when he batted .354 with 121 runs batted in, leading the American League in hits (225) and doubles (51). According to Baseball-reference.com, he is the "first AL player to get two hits in an inning twice in a game," in a drubbing of the Yankees by the Indians on July 29, 1928.

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  • Urban John Hodapp (September 26, 1905 – June 14, 1980) played major league baseball in the 1920s and 1930s, mostly for the Cleveland Indians. He primarily played second base. He was a solid contact hitter, with a .311 batting average over nine major league seasons. His best year was in 1930, when he batted .354 with 121 runs batted in, leading the American League in hits (225) and doubles (51). According to Baseball-reference.com, he is the "first AL player to get two hits in an inning twice in a game," in a drubbing of the Yankees by the Indians on July 29, 1928. (en)
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  • Urban John Hodapp (September 26, 1905 – June 14, 1980) played major league baseball in the 1920s and 1930s, mostly for the Cleveland Indians. He primarily played second base. He was a solid contact hitter, with a .311 batting average over nine major league seasons. His best year was in 1930, when he batted .354 with 121 runs batted in, leading the American League in hits (225) and doubles (51). According to Baseball-reference.com, he is the "first AL player to get two hits in an inning twice in a game," in a drubbing of the Yankees by the Indians on July 29, 1928. (en)
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