Legendary Detroit Tigers outfielder referred to as “The Georgia Peach” who had a fantastic .367 life time batting average. He earned 12 batting game titles, including 9 within a row between 1907 to 1915. He dropped his father to some gunshot wound, inflicted by his mom. He became the very first player in main league background to record over 4,000 strikes and retired with 4,191. He divorced double and dropped two of his three sons prematurely. His profession strikes record stood for pretty much 60 years, until Pete Rose documented his 4,192nd strike on Sept 11, 1985.