Howard Shanks

Shanks’s BA usually hovered around .250 with little power, but his defensive versatility kept him in the ML for 14 seasons; he had a strong arm and could play any infield or outfield position well. In 1921, after nine years of constantly switching positions for the Senators, he played the entire season at third base. He hit an uncharacteristic .302 and led the AL in triples (19).