Robert “Earl” Grace (February 24, 1907 - December 22, 1980) was among a small group of catchers in Major League history to commit only one error in a season and went 110 game in 1932 without recording an error. He posted a .998 fielding percentage that year. Grace platooned at catcher for eight years with the Chicago Cubs (1929, 1931) the Pittsburgh Pirates (1931-1935) and the Philadelphia Phillies (1936-1937), being utilized for his defensive ability. At the plate, Earl Grace only batted .263 with 493 hits, 169 runs scored and 251 RBI in 627 games. Behind the plate, he recorded a .987 fielding percentage with a 38% caught stealing percentage.