On July 5, 1917, Eddie Foster of Washington played in the longest double header (twenty-one innings) in Major League history with no putouts at second base.
Fred Pfeffer of Chicago (May 31, 1897) and Billy Herman also from Chicago (June 28, 1933) each played in a double header where they each had a Major League record sixteen putouts at second base.
Did you know that the longest game in Major League history without a putout at second base is sixteen innings? The first occurence was on June 11, 1913 and Steve Yerkes of the Boston Red Sox played second. Denny Doyle of the California Angels tied the record sixty-one years later on June 14, 1974.