played 9 years in the majors, starting in 1914. He was known as Leaping Mike Menosky for his high, fence crashing catches (btw I love those kinds of catches). He had 38 triples (btw I love triples) in his career and batted 278. BTW, I love this story about him:
After his retirement from baseball, he became a probation officer. His baseball career came of use in a case where the defendant was charged with throwing a rock through a Detroit terminal caboose window. The judge doubted he could throw a rock 250 feet, and when Menosky tried to throw a rock 250 feet and was unable to do so, the judge dismissed the case, stating that the average man would not have a chance if Menosky could not do it.