|Born: April 27, 1889|
East Liverpool, Ohio
|Died: May 1, 1965 (aged 76)|
|August 30, 1909, for the Brooklyn Superbas|
|Last MLB appearance|
|May 3, 1925, for the St. Louis Cardinals|
|Runs batted in||559|
|Career highlights and awards|
Henry Harrison "Hy" Myers (April 27, 1889 – May 1, 1965) was a professional baseball player. He was an outfielder over all or part of 14 seasons (1909–1925) with the Brooklyn Superbas/Robins, St. Louis Cardinals, and Cincinnati Reds.
In 1919 he led the National League in RBIs (73), triples (14), slugging (.436) and total bases (223). He appeared in 154 games the next year for the pennant-winning Robins, again leading the league in triples (22). He participated in the 1916 and 1920 World Series for Brooklyn, losing both times and hitting only .208 (10-48).
In a 14-year career, Myers was a .281 hitter (1380-4910) with 32 home runs, 555 runs, 179 doubles, 100 triples and 559 RBI in 1,310 games played. As a member of the Dodgers he had four 5-hit games.
He was born in 1889 in East Liverpool, Ohio, and died on May 1, 1965, in Minerva, Ohio, at the age of 76. He was buried in Grove Hill Cemetery in Hanoverton, Ohio.