Daniel Knowles MacFayden (June 10, 1905 - August 26, 1972) was the first pitcher in the American League to wear eyeglasses, as he made his Major League debut for the Boston Red Sox against the Detroit Tigers. Danny played 17 seasons with six different clubs, primarily the Red Sox (1926-1932), Yankees (1932-1934) and Braves (1935-1939, 1943). In 1932, after a 1-10 start with the Red Sox, MacFayden was traded to the New York Yankees where he was a member of the 1932 American League pennant winners, though never appearing in a single postseason game. He would never see postseason action again. Danny MacFayden compiled a career record of 132-159 with 158 complete games, 797 strikeouts and a 3.96 ERA as a starter and in relief. After retiring for everyday playing, Danny returned to Hebron Academy, where he attended two years of college-prep, to become the head hockey coach. He was varsity baseball coach at Bowdoin College in 1946, and coached hockey at Bowdoin on and off until he retired in 1970.