Ivy Olson, Cleveland Indians & Brooklyn Dodgers Shortstop - 1918 Brooklyn Photo
Ivy Olson was one of the leading base runners and defensive shortstops of the 1910s and early 1920s. He broke in with Cleveland back in 1911, and batted .261, stole 20 bases and scored a career-high 89 runs in his rookie season. Traded to Brooklyn in late-1915, where he played nine full season - 1915-1924 His outstanding defense and clutch hitting-behind the runner played a big part in the Dodgers winning the 1920 NL pennant. In the 1920 World Series against Cleveland he batted .320, with 8 hits in 25 at bats.