James Crusinberry

Crusinberry broke in with the Chicago Chroniclein 1903 and worked for newspapers in Chicago, St. Louis, and New York before a long stay with the Chicago Daily News. While working for the Chicago Tribune in 1920, he played a considerable part in bringing to light the facts about the fixed World Series of 1919. A charter member of the BBWAA, he was its president in 1929-30. He was later a radio sports commentator for CBS until his retirement in 1948.