Debs Garms

Slightly built Debs Garms, a lefthanded-hitting Texan, led the NL with a .355 batting average with Pittsburgh in 1940. Two years earlier, when he batted .315 for the Braves, Garms broke Johnny Vander Meer‘s string of 21-1/3 hitless innings, which included two consecutive no-hit games. At age 37, Garms was cut by the Cardinals after hitting .336 in 74 games in 1945.