A legendary Pittsburgh Pirates shortstop playing from 1900 to 1917, Honus “The Flying Dutchman” Wagner won numerous batting, slugging, and stolen base titles. One of the first Baseball Hall of Fame inductees, he entered with a vote total tied with Babe Ruth.
"Bowlegged, barrel-chested, long-limbed... he was often likened to an octopus. When he fielded grounders, his huge hands also collected large scoops of infield dirt, which accompanied his throws to first like the tail of a comet." - Baseball Library
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