Gene Packard

Like many other Federal League pitchers, Packard had outstanding records in the two years of the Feds’ existence, but could not top the .500 mark in his six other ML seasons. He was the ace of the Feds’ Kansas City staff, going 21-13 in 1914 and 20-11 in 1915. He was a respectable hitter who batted as high as .288, in 1917.