Detroit-Philadelphia, A.L-1905-1928 Led American League in batting twelve times and created or equalled more Major League records than any other player. Retired with 4191 Major League hits
Louisville, N.L., 1897-1899, Pittsburgh, N.L., 1900-1917. The greatest shortstop in baseball history. Born Carnegie, PA., Feb.24,1874 known to fame as 'Honus', 'Hans' and 'The Flying Dutchman'. Retired in 1917, having scored more runs, made more hits and stolen more bases than any other player in the history of his league.
Boston-New York, A.L; Boston, N.L. 1914-1935 Greatest drawcard in history of Baseball. Holder of many home run and other batting records. Gathered 714 home runs in addition to fifteen in World Series.
New York, N.L., 1900-1916, Cincinnati, N.L, 1916. Born Factoryville, P.A, August 12, 1880 Greatest of the great pitchers in the 20th century's first quarter pitched 3 shoutouts in 1905 World Series. First pitcher of the century ever to win 30 games in 3 successive years. Won 37 games in 1908 'Matty was master of them all'
Washington 1907-1927 Conceded to be the fastest ball pitcher in history of game. Won 414 games with losing team behind him many years Holder of strike out and shout out records.
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