“People Ask Me What I Do In Winter When There’s No Baseball. I’ll Tell You What I Do. I Stare Out The Window And Wait For Spring.” — ROGERS HORNSBY (St. Louis Cardinals)

ROGERS HORNSBY (1896-1963) Played 23-Seasons In The Major Leagues, 12 Of Which He Played For The St. Louis Cardinals (Who He Helped Lead To Their 1st World Series Championship In 1926).

HORNSBY Hit Over .400 In A Season 3-Times, Once Hitting .424 (A Mark Never Achieved Again By ANY Player), Had A Lifetime Batting-Average Of .358 (2Nd Only To TY COBB), And Is Considered By Many To Be THE Greatest Second-Baseman In Major League History.

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