Dots Miller

Second baseman Miller was Honus Wagner‘s double-play partner in Pittsburgh from 1909 to 1911, then moved to first base. He was used all over the Cardinals’ infield from 1914 to 1919, playing virtually every day. As a rookie manager, he led San Francisco to the 1922 Pacific Coast League championship, but took ill and died in September 1923, four days before his 37th birthday.