Posted on September 29, 2011 by David Kaleida
On any other team he’d be the greatest shortstop in their history. A nine time All-Star and Hall of Famer: Arky Vaughan
Check out Vaughan’s 1935 season: .385/.491/.607 for a 1.098 OPS and 190 OPS+. Outstanding doesn’t do that justice.
Everyone knows about Wally Pipp, but Babe Dahlgren is notable for being the other bookend to Lou Gehrig.
Filed under: baseball, Pirates, Trade Tree | Tagged: Arky Vaughan, Babe Dahlgren, Babe Phelps, baseball, Jimmy Wasdell, Lou Gehrig, Luke Hamlin, Pete Coscarart, Pirates, Trade Tree, Wally Pipp |