|Birth Day||January 10, 1890|
|Birth Place||Terre Haute, IN|
|Age||129 YEARS OLD|
|Died On||May 30, 1976 (age 86)|
MLB outfielder who collected 2,665 career hits and 738 stolen bases. He won a World Series Championship with the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1925.
Starred at Concordia College before signing his first professional contract.
He led the National League in stolen bases 10 times and scored over 100 runs in a season 5 times.
He had two sons with his wife Aurelia, whom he married in 1913.
He totaled 33 steals of home base in his career, placing him in second all-time behind Hall of Fame outfielder Ty Cobb.