|Birth Day||November 12, 1891|
|Age||128 YEARS OLD|
Four-time World Series champion who won 20 or more games during 5 seasons across his career.
He was raised in a very religious home and refused to pitch on Sundays.
He threw the first pitch that ever killed a batter in 1920.
His surrogate aunt and uncle, Genevieve and Pierce, served as his support group during his childhood.
He had a long-standing feud during his career with Hall of Fame outfielder Ty Cobb.