Frank Grube

When Moe Berg held out in 1931, White Sox scouts combed the minors for another catcher, coming up with Grube. In 1932 Chicago acquired Charlie Berry, who had beaten out Grube for the first-string catching job at Lafayette College and did so again with the White Sox. On the football field, Grube succeeded Berry as star end at Lafayette College and then followed him into the NFL for a season (1928) before turning to baseball.