Fred William Schulte (January 13, 1901 - May 20, 1983) played centerfield for 11 seasons in the Major Leagues. Signing with the St. Louis Browns in 1927, he had three seasons batting above the .300-mark and three others nearing that mark in the .290s. He played for the Browns (1927-1932), the Washington Senators (1933-1935) and the Pittsburgh Pirates (1936-1937). In 1933, he helped the Senators win the American League pennant and led his team in hitting, .333 with four RBI, in a losing effort in the 1933 World Series against the New York Giants. Fred Schulte retired after the 1937 season with a .291 career batting average, 1,241 hits including 249 doubles, 686 runs scored and 593 RBI. After his playing days, Schulte spent time coaching in the minor leagues and scouting for the Red Sox, White Sox, Indians and Braves until he retired in 1964.