Kip Selbach

Short but sturdy (5’7″, 190 lbs), Selbach was a regular outfielder with speed and a good eye at the plate. He stole 334 bases and, with Washington in 1895, led the NL in triples. He secured Boston’s 1904 pennant (their second in a row) when, in the next-to-last game of the season in New York, he raced in from left field to make a knee-high catch of Kid Elberfeld‘s hard liner, ending the game.