Harold Henry Schumacher (November 23, 1910 - April 21, 1993) nearly died on the mound in St. Louis, collapsing after six innings with no heartbeat due to excessive heat. Medical staffs packed him in ice and revived him. Hal pitched 13 seasons for the New York Giants (1931-1942, 1946) leading them to three National League pennants and the 1933 World Series championship. The 1933 starting rotation for the Giants, which included Schumacher, Freddie Fitzsimmons, Roy Parmalee and Hall of Famer Carl Hubbell won 71 of the teams 91 victories. Hal won his first start in Game 2 of the 1933 World Series and got a no-decision in the Game 5 Giants series win. From 1933-1942, Schumacher won 11 or more game in ten straight years, topping the 20-win mark in 1934 with 23. The hard-throwing right-hander was a member of two All-Star teams. Hal Schumacher finished his career with a 158-121 record with 906 strikeouts 138 complete games and a 3.36 ERA.