A Brown graduate with a law degree from Columbia, Fultz was a useful outfielder who led the AL in 1902 with 109 runs for Philadelphia. In 1903 he had the Highlanders’ (Yankees) first extra-base hit. A practicing attorney, Fultz organized the Player’s Fraternity in 1912. Ty Cobb and Christy Mathewson were among its officers, but it achieved little and folded in 1918. After service as a WWI aviator, Fultz became president of the International League.