Samuel Earl Crawford (1880-1968) “Wahoo Sam” was a triple hitting machine with superior power complimented by outstanding speed tallying 309 over his 19-year career. Sam Crawford played for the Cincinnati Reds (1899-1902) and Detroit Tigers (1903-1917) accumulating 2,961 hits, 1,525 RBI, hit for a .309 average and stole 363 bases during his career. Wahoo Sam from Wahoo, Nebraska helped the Detroit Tigers, alongside Ty Cobb, win three consecutive American League pennants from 1907-1909. Sam Crawford holds the single-season record for most inside-the-park home runs (12) in 1901. The Veterans Committee elected Samuel Earl Crawford, “Wahoo Sam” to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1957.