Rogers Hornsby


Born: April 27, 1896

Died: January 5, 1963

Chicago Cubs (1929-1932)

Chicago Cubs Manager (1930-1932)


As a Cub, Hornsby was MVP his first year with the Cubs in 1929 and helped lead the team to the World Series.

He was than player-manager for the team from 1930 to 1932, leading the team to 1932 World Series as well.  Hornsby

was primarily a manager in 1932 with the Cubs and did not play in that Series.


2-time NL MVP (1925, 1929)

2-time NL Triple Crown Winner (1922, 1925)

7-time NL Batting Average Leader (1920-1925, 1928)

9-time NL On Base % Leader (1920-1925, 1927, 1928, 1931)

5-time NL Runs Scored Leader (1921-1922, 1924, 1927, 1929)

4-time NL Doubles Leader (1920-1922, 1924)

2-time NL Triples Leader (1917, 1921)

2-time NL Home Runs Leader (1922, 1925)

4-time NL RBI Leader (1920-1922, 1925)

 Elected to the Hall of Fame in 1942





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