Right-handed pitcher who played out twenty-one seasons for the Chicago White Sox and later on managed the team for 3 seasons. He proceeded to go directly from playing university ball at Baylor School to the main leagues, without pitching in the minors first. He strolled even more batters than he struck out, offering him the difference to be the initial pitcher in the Hall of Popularity for doing that feat. He hardly ever married and resided along with his sister Pearl for quite some time after his football career finished. He completed his profession with 260 wins, nine a lot more than fellow Hall of Popularity pitcher Bob Gibson.