|Highest Experience||University of Wisconsin - Parkside|
Although he played only seven seasons, a rarely seen mixture of talent, desire and dedication made Al Albert an easy Hall of Fame choice.
His best season was in 1987 when he hit .415 with 14 doubles and nine home runs.
He had five .300 seasons -- .396 in 1985, .361 in 1986, .415 in 1987, .323 in 1988 and .303 in 1989.
Like Lee Wetenkamp, he was a key performer on the A's first State League championship team in 1991 and holds three club records. He led the league in hitting in 1987 with a torrid .470 average.
He played in an even 300 games in his career, mostly in the outfield, and finished with a .332 career average.