Charles Herbert Klein (October 7, 1904 - March 28, 1958) was the last player in the National League to lead in home runs and stolen bases in the same season with 38 and 20 respectively, accomplishing the feat in 1932. Klein was an intelligent hitter with great power, blasting many of his home runs (300) over the short right field wall (just 280 ft.) at Baker Bowl in Philadelphia. Chuck played 17 seasons with the Philadelphia Phillies (1928-1933, 1936-1939, 1940-1944), the Chicago Cubs (1934-1936) and the Pittsburgh Pirates (1939). Klein led the NL four time in home runs, three times in runs and slugging percentage , twice in hits and RBI and batting average and stolen bases once. In 1932, the two-time All-Star was voted the NL Most Valuable Player and won the Triple Crown in 1933 with a .368 batting average, 223, hits and 120 RBI. Chuck Klein retired with a .320 career batting average, 2,076 hits, 1,168 runs, 1,201 RBI and 300 home runs. The Veterans Committee elected Charles Herbert Klein to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1980.