MLB outfielder and brother of 8-time All-Star Indian Bob Johnson. His career spanned from 1929 to 1938 and he retired with a career batting average of .296.
He was the first rookie in the major leagues to record 200 hits in a single season.
He played with the Boston Red Sox for 12 years before his brother joined the team.
Like his brother, he was a quarter Cherokee Indian.
Like the Tigers pitcher Hooks Dauss, he set several team records.