Robert Lee “Bob” Johnson (November 26, 1905 - July 6, 1982) played 13 years in left field in the Major Leagues, hitting .300 or better in five seasons and is the fifth player in history to have 20 or more home runs in nine straight years. Known as Indian Joe for his Cherokee lineage, Johnson came up with the Philadelphia Athletics (1933-1942), played one year with the Washington Senators (1943) and the finished his career with the Boston Red Sox (1944-1945). He possessed power, speed and a knack for hitting as he not only held the only hit in three one-hitters, but also enjoyed a 26-game hitting streak in 1934 and set a then Major League record with six RBI in one inning bashing a grand slam and a double. Bob is one of three MLB players to drive in all of his team’s runs of eight or more, along with George Kelly and Mike Greenwell. Johnson’s best year came in 1939 when he batted .338 with 184 hits including 23 home runs and drove in 114 while stealing 15 bases. He had 20 or more home runs from 1933 to 1914. The eight-time All-Star finished his career with a.296 career batting average, 2,051 hits including 296 doubles and 288 home runs, 1,239 runs scored and 1,283 RBI over 13 years.