Center fielder who spent 22 seasons in the MLB from 1907 to 1928 and recorded the most doubles in league history with 792, while tallying 3,514 hits with a career batting average of .345. He won two World Series Championships with the Boston Red Sox and a third with the Cleveland Indians.
He began throwing left handed as a child after being thrown off a horse.
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He married his first wife Mary in 1925.
He often challenged legendary hitter Ty Cobb for league batting titles.