Woody English

Woody English 
(Chicago cubs, 1927-1936)
Born:  March 2, 1906
Died:  September 26, 1997

Woody English played 10 of his 12 major league seasons with the Cubs.  He was an all-star in 1933.   English played shortstop for the Cubs early in his career before moving to 3B.  His career average with the Cubs was .291.  He collected 200 hits in a season twice (1930 and 1931).  In 1931, English finished 4th in the NL voting for MVP behind Frankie Frisch, Chuck Klein and Bill Terry.  He played in the World Series with the Cubs in 1932 and 1935.

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