MLB catcher who hit the famous 'Homer in the Gloamin,' a game-winning shot that put the Chicago Cubs in first place in 1938.
He started playing baseball as a kid in leagues just outside of Worcester, Massachusetts.
He was the catcher in the 1932 World Series when slugger
He had one son and one daughter with his wife Martha.
He was the catcher for Carl Hubbell in the 1934 All-Star game when Hubbell struck out the famed "Murderer's Row."