Harold Eugene Reniff
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Hal Reniff, who won 21 games in his seven-year career in the major leagues, died on Sept. 7, 2004 in Ontario, Calif.
Reniff debuted with the New York Yankees during the 1961 season and pitched for the Yankees into the 1967 season. He ended his career in 1967 with the New York Mets.
In seven seasons, he was 21-23 with 45 saves and a 3.27 ERA in 471.1 innings pitched. He recorded a career-high 18 saves in 1963 for the Yankees.
He pitched in the 1963 and 1964 World Series with the Yankees and his career World Series numbers are a 0.00 ERA in 3.1 innings pitched.
According to his obituary, he stayed in the New York Yankees system until he retired from baseball.