|Birth Day||May 2, 1887|
|Age||132 YEARS OLD|
MLB player who retired after 25 seasons, considered one of the greatest second basemen in league history.
He attended and graduated from prestigious Ivy League school, Columbia University.
He was a a part of the famed '$100,000 infield' for the Philadelphia Athletics.
His son Eddie Jr. also played in the major leagues, though only for three seasons.
He won three World Series titles while playing for legendary manager Connie Mack.