Tris Speaker. Tristram Edgar Speaker (April 4, 1888 – December 8, 1958), nicknamed " the Gray Eagle ", was an American professional baseball player. Considered one of the greatest players in the history of Major League Baseball (MLB), he compiled a career batting average of .345 ( sixth all-time ).  His 792 career doubles ...
Tris Speaker is a Hall of Fame centerfielder who played for the Boston Red Sox from 1907 to 1928. He won three batting titles, hit 3514 home runs, and had a career OPS of .928. See his detailed stats, awards, and more on Baseball-Reference.com.
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Tristram Edgar Speaker (4 de abril de 1888 – 8 de dezembro de 1958), apelidado de " The Grey Eagle ", foi um jogador profissional de beisebol. Considerados um dos melhores campistas centrais ofensivos e defensivos na história da Major League Baseball (MLB), acumulou uma média de aproveitamento ao bastão de 34,5%, ( sexto em todos os tempos ).
Tris Speaker, (born April 4, 1888, Hubbard, Texas, U.S.—died Dec. 8, 1958, Lake Whitney, Texas), American professional baseball player and manager who spent his 22-year career (1907–28) primarily with the Boston Red Sox and the Cleveland Indians.
4 de jan. de 2012 · Tris Speaker was a legendary center fielder of the Deadball Era, who played for Boston, Cleveland, Washington, and Philadelphia. He led the AL in putouts and double plays seven times, and had a lifetime batting average of .345. He was also a player-manager and a man's man who hunted, fished, and taught Will Rogers.