MLB first baseman who played 15 seasons before his death in 1924.
He started working in coal mines in Pennsylvania at the age of 11.
He won back-to-back batting titles in 1913 and 1914.
He had a son, George, and daughter, Louisa, with his wife Gertrude.
He once had the record for most games played by a first baseman in Brooklyn Dodgers history, a record later broken by Gil Hodges.