Ireland native Jack Doyle is one of 20 major leaguers to have played 100 games at four different positions. He was also reputedly baseball’s first pinch hitter, coming off the bench to single for the Giants in 1892. In five consecutive years, 1893 through 1897, and seven in all, he topped the .300 mark. He had three stints with the Giants, and from 1898 through 1900 was their starting first baseman. He was the second of three managers for the 1895 Giants, and the second of four with the 1898 Senators.