One of eight players from the Chicago White Sox banned from baseball for throwing the World Series.
He learned how to throw a knuckleball in his teens and earned the nickname 'Knuckles.'
He helped the Chicago White Sox win a World Series in 1917.
He had two daughters, Rose and Virginia, and one son, Edward Jr., with his wife Rose.
He played with slugger Joe Jackson. They were both banned from baseball for trying to throw the 1919 World Series.