- SS, 3B, 2B, OF
- March 16, 1904
- 5' 10"
- 163 lbs
- Major League Debut:
- 9-26-1925 with WS1
Where does Buddy Myer rank among baseball greats?
Buddy Myer ranks among the Top 50 all-time at 2B. Rankings
Best Season: 1935
Led the AL with a .349 average, edging Cleveland's Joe Vosmik. Myer collected 215 hits, with 36 doubles, 11 triples, five homers, and 100 RBI.
Charles Solomon Myer was born on March 16, 1904, in Ellisville, MS.
October 31, 1974, Baton Rouge, LA
Major League Debut
1925 World Series
1933 World Series
21 games (1935)
Best Strength as a Player
Selection at the plate. Myer walked more than twice as much as he struck out, 965-428.
Largest Weakness as a Player
He was a poor percentage basestealer. Of course, he also didn't hit many homers, but that had as much to do with Griffith Park, as it did his power.
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