Heinie Wagner

Wagner was a wide-ranging shortstop who used his exceptionally big feet to block baserunners. He had career highs of .274, 68 RBI, and 75 runs scored for the World Champion 1912 Red Sox. He was a Red Sox coach from 1921 until 1930 when he replaced Bill Carrigan as manager. Carrigan had brought the Red Sox in last the three previous seasons, and Wagner fared no better.