Max George Carey (1890-1976) was a superb fielding centerfielder, retiring with a .966 fielding percentage, and a master at stealing bases. In 1922, Carey stole 51 bases in 53 attempts. He led the National League in stolen bases ten times and stole 45 bases of more ten times. Carey’s National League record of 738 stolen bases stood until 1974 when Hall of Famer Lou Brock surpassed his total. After a less than successful managerial career with the Dodgers, Carey managed the Milwaukee Chicks and the Fort Wayne Daisies of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League before retirement from baseball. Max Carey retired with 2,665 hits, 1,545 runs, 432 RBI and an impressive 738 stolen bases. The Veterans Committee elected Max George Carey to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1961.