Mystery Catcher Number 11
- Born in Los Angeles, CA in 1911
- Major League Career spanned 10 years (1933-1942)
- Joined the 1933 New York Giants at age 21 and batted .330 in 1934 to lead all NL catchers.
- Four-time All-Star (1938 - 1941)
- Caught 801 games and played in 890 games.
- Played in two World Series (1936-37) and had three hits in the only game the Giants won in 1937.
- Hit for the Cycle on 6/15/1940 with an inside-the-park-homerun (last player to do so)
- Drafted by the Army to serve in WWII.
- Nicknamed "The Horse"
- Brother Ike also caught in the majors
- Died in Valparaiso, Indiana on November 29, 2004 at age 93, as the "oldest living catcher".