|Pie Traynor spent his whole career with the Pittsburgh Pirates, pounding out 2416 hits along with a .320 lifetime batting average. Got his nickname of Pie from eating so many pies. Traynor played on the great Pirate teams of the 1920's along with the Waner brothers. In 1924, Traynor's .320 batting average helped propel the Pirates in their World Series victory over the Washington Senators. His powerful arm and sparkling defensive plays made him an outstanding 3rd. Baseman.
In 1925, Pie Traynor drove in over 100 runs and in the World Series, again against the Senators, he led all fielders with 24 assists and batted .346. The Pirates were the world champs for the second time in 2 years. In 1969, Hall of Famer, Pie Traynor was voted by the sports writers as the top 3rd. Baseman of all-time.