Second baseman who played in the MLB from 1902-1903 for the Cincinnati Reds.
He began playing professional baseball in 1895 for the Lansing Senators of the Michigan State League.
During his short MLB stint he collected a .258 batting average.
He was born, and died, in Lansing, Michigan.
He is one of many professional athletes to come from Lansing, along with stars such as Al Horford.