Johnny Hodapp

As Cleveland’s starting second baseman, Hodapp hit .300 four straight seasons, climaxing with .354 in 1930, when he led the AL in hits (225) and doubles (51), batted in 121 runs and scored 111. He also topped AL second basemen in putouts. A knee injury the next season hampered him on both offense and defense, shattered his confidence, and finally ended his career.