From SABR Encyclopedia
| James Reubin Tabor
|| 6' 2"
|| 1916-11-5 at New Hope, AL (US)
|| 1953-8-22 at Sacramento, CA (US)
|| Beason Cemetery in Gurley, AL (US)
was a professional player.
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- Resided in Milton, Massachusetts in 1952.
- Self-identified as being of Scottish-Irish ancestry.
- Listed hobbies as hunting and fishing.
- Hit a bases loaded home run off Bob Feller in his first game that was a spring exhibition game.
- Attended high school in New Hope, Alabama.
- Was an all-state guard in basketball in high school.
- Attended the University of Alabama but did not graduate.
- Won a basketball letter at the University of Alabama.
- Led the 1937 Southern Association in sacrifice hits with 26.
Outside of baseball
- Did construction work and coached basketball during the off-season in 1952.
- In the armed forces in 1945.
- 1952 Pacific Coast League Thumbnail Sketches.