John “Bud” Clancy (September 15, 1900 - September 26, 1968) is one of three first basemen to play an entire nine-inning game without a single putout or assist, but posted a career .992 fielding percentage. Clancy played nine seasons for the Chicago White Sox (1924-1930), the Brooklyn Dodgers (1932) and the Philadelphia Phillies (1934). Bud was a decent hitter and three times hit above the .300-mark. His best season came in 1927 when he batted .300 with 139 hits, 53 RBI and 24 stolen bases. Bud Clancy retired following the 1934 season with a .281 career batting average, 504 hits including 69 doubles, 198 RBI and 106 stolen bases.