Joe Hauser

The lefthanded-hitting Hauser batted .323 as a rookie in 1922, and in 1924 led the A’s with 27 HR (second to Ruth) and 115 RBI. He broke his kneecap in 1925, missing the entire season. Following his ML career, he became a minor league slugger. He is the only player in professional ball to twice hit 60 home runs in a season, with 63 for Baltimore (International League) in 1930 and 69 for Minneapolis (American Association) in 1933.