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Born: Jan. 11, 1876 in Bedford, Ohio
Died: Jan. 9, 1971
Teams: Philadelphia Phillies (1898-1901), Philadelphia Athletics (1902), Cleveland Indians (1902-10)
Inducted into Hall of Fame: 1963
Primary position: Right fielder
- One of the great hitters at the turn of the 20th century, he batted .313 in his career and .367 in 1900 at age 24 with the Phillies.
- Led the AL in stolen bases twice, triples three times and hitting in 1905. Hit three triples in a game twice, once in each league.
- Was once offered straight up in a trade for a 21-year-old Ty Cobb, but the Indians turned down the deal.
- Farmed and hunted in his native Ohio, raised trotting horses and worked in real estate.