Former MLB first baseman and outfielder who played from 1930 to 1947.
He began his career with the Washington Senators in 1930.
He was considered the best defensive first baseman in the American League in the 1930s.
His brother John also made a brief appearance in the American League in the 1940s.
He finished 6th in American League MVP voting in 1936, with the Yankees Lou Gehrig taking home the honor.