Masterpieces and Uncommon Commons XXXIX
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Good started out as a pitcher with the Highlanders in 1905, but his .375 batting average is what caught everyone’s attention. Converted to an outfielder, Good played several seasons in Cleveland and later Brooklyn. A top of the order speedster, Good swiped 31 bases in 1914. After his playing days in both the majors and minors, Good became one of the most successful minor league managers on record, manning the bench from 1922 through 1949.
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