Louis "Hack" Wilson was born in Ellwood City PA.He began playing with the Chicago Cubs in In 1930 Wilson hit 56 home runs a National League record and drove in 190 runs a Major League record. He was inducted into The National Baseball Hall of Fame in
Charlie Root (Chicago Cubs His 201 victories as a Cub remains a team record entering the 2014 season. Sadly, he is probably most well known for giving up Babe Ruth's "Called Shot" in the 1932 World Series.
September 1939 Gabby Hartnett of the Cubs catches his game of his career. A new major league record for catchers at the time. He breaks the record set by Ray Schalk. Ivan "Pudge" Rodriguez now has the record at games played at Catcher.
Hack Wilson holds the record for most RBI's in a single season with He did this amazing batting feet in 1930 while playing with the Chicago Cubs. Between 1923 and 34 he played for the Giants, Cubs, Dodgers, and Phillies.
Kris Bryant Chicago Cubs Fanatics Authentic Framed 15'' x 17'' Rookie Home Run Record Collage w/ a Piece of Game-Used Ball