What was the lineup of major-league baseball players who were involved in the 1931 Tour of Japan?

According to the 1932 Spalding Official Baseball Guide, 14 major-league baseball players, managed by Herb Hunter and Fred Lieb, traveled to Honolulu and Japan after the 1931 World Series to play in exhibition games against local talent. The team consisted of:

» Muddy Ruel, c
» Mickey Cochrane, c
» Lou Gehrig, 1b
» Frankie Frisch, 2b
» Rabbit Maranville, ss
» Willie Kamm, 3b
» Al Simmons, lf
» Thomas Oliver, cf
» Lefty O’Doul, rf
» Lefty Grove, p
» Larry French, p
» Bruce Cunningham, p
» George Kelly, utility
» Ralph Shinners, utility
» John Reardon, umpire
» Dr. Leonard Knowles, trainer

They won all 18 games they played — 17 against teams from Japan, and one against the Hawaii All-Stars. As a team, they batted .346.