Second baseman nicknamed “The Brat” who produced All-Star Game looks as an associate from the Brooklyn Dodgers, Boston Braves and GAMBLING. He was a player-manager during his period using the St. Louis Cardinals and was called Major League Supervisor of the entire year in 1952. He went to Northeast Manual Teaching College in his hometown of Philadelphia. He was originally authorized from the Philadelphia Athletics as an amateur free of charge agent in 1935. He defended Dodgers teammate Jackie Robinson against racist insults during Robinson’s 1st season in Main League Football. He was survived by kids called Beverly, Kay, Mariann and Mike. His father-in-law was MLB outfielder and supervisor Milt Share. He succeeded famous pitcher Marty Marion as the supervisor from the Cardinals in 1952.