Major League Baseball Player. He was a brilliant second baseman making his debut for the Chicago Cubs on September 10, 1961. For three seasons he played with the Chicago Cubs (1961-63) and received a Gold Glove Award and was named Rookie of the Year in 1962. Before his career was tragically cut short in a flying accident at age 22, he compiled a record of 310 hits, 14 homeruns, 148 runs scored, 98 runs batted in, a .247 batting average and had a .979 fielding percentage.
Bio by: John "J-Cat" Griffith