Maisel held the Yankee team record with 74 steals in a season (1914) until Rickey Henderson stole 80 in 1985. He was the Yankees’ everyday third baseman in 1914, led the AL in steals, and reached career highs in runs (78), RBI (47), walks (76), and doubles (23). He improved to .281 in 1915 and stole second, third, and home in one game on April 17. After suffering a broken collarbone in 1916, Maisel never again hit better than .232. He stole home 14 times in his career, which ties him for 16th all-time. His younger brother, George, spent four years in the majors.