Waite Hoyt is the only member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame to play baseball in both the American League and National League before he was old enough to vote.
Do you know who the switch-hitting National Baseball Hall of Fame member is with the highest career batting average? Frankie Frisch with a .316 career average.
On September 10, 1899, Sam Crawford played his first Major League game. A double header with one game against Cleveland and one against Louisville, making him the only National Baseball Hall of Fame member to play against two different teams during his Major League debut.