5-period MLB All-Star middle fielder who played for seventeen seasons using the Chicago Cubs, Brooklyn Dodgers and Milwaukee Braves. He spent his youth days on the plantation in Wisconsin and was responsible for milking the cows. He was the only real player delivered in Wisconsin to become in the Braves roster if they began playing in Milwaukee in 1953. He wedded Ellen Pafko in 1947. He was in still left field on Oct. 3, 1951, your day that Bobby Thomson strike the well-known, “shot heard across the globe,” against his teammate and pitcher, Ralph Branca.