Abner Frank Dalrymple (September 9, 1857 - January 25, 1939) shares the record for most doubles in a game to this day as he hit four against the Buffalo Bisons on July 3, 1883. In 1881, he became the first player to be intentionally walked to load the bases in the history of the game. Abner played the majority of his career with the Chicago White Stockings (1879-1886), which later became the Cubs, but he began his career with the Milwaukee Grays (1878) and also played for the Pittsburgh Alleghenys (1887-1888) and Milwaukee Brewers (1891). Batting leadoff for much of his career, the left fielder showed excellent home run power and crushed 22 round-trippers in 1884. Dalrymple led the league in games, runs, hits and home runs once, twice in total bases, three times in plate appearances and four times in at-bats. Known more for his bat than his glove as he posted a .863 fielding percentage, Abner Dalrymple finished his career with a .288 career batting average with 1,202 hits including 217 doubles and 81 home runs, scored 813 runs and drove in 407 runs over his 12 year career.