Utility infielder who played nine seasons in the major leagues.
He was the captain of the Ivy League University of Pennsylvania baseball team.
His best year came in 1927, when he hit .316 and drove in 92 runs.
He grew up in Livingston, New Jersey.
He was a part of the 1932 Yankees who won the World Series, the series in which legendary slugger Babe Ruth supposedly pointed to center field and hit a home run to the exact location the next pitch.