Right-handed pitcher who played out for the Cincinnati Reds, Philadelphia Phillies, and St. Louis Cardinals from 1902 to 1912. He applied pitching by tossing potatoes when he was a youngster, and didn’t begin his profession until he was 24; he produced his MLB debut just a couple times before his 29th birthday. He spent the majority of his career using the Reds, and was posthumously inducted to their hall of popularity on August 12, 2001. He wedded Nelle Hunter on November 5, 1905, while she was in the center of a streak of participating in 60 consecutive starting day games with the Reds. On Apr 11, 1907, on starting time, he pitched an entire video game against Honus Wagner as well as the Pittsburgh Pirates.