Hall of Fame second baseman who played fifteen years with Chicago Cubs.
he was originally going to play quarterback at Washington State University.
He made ten All-Star appearances, won the Golden Glove nine times consecutively, and had a .989 fielding percentage, which is an all-time record.
He founded a children's' charity with his wife Margaret.
Dallas Green orchestrated a trade that sent him to the Cubs, and is considered one of the worst trades of all-time.