Austin McHenry

Rated by Branch Rickey as one of the best left fielders ever, McHenry had good speed and a strong arm, and hit for average and power. He batted .350 in 1921, third-best in the league, and was fourth in HR (17), tied for third in RBI (102), and second in slugging average (.531). He hit .303 in 64 games in 1922; the falloff was due to a brain tumor. He died that November.