Leon Allen “Goose” Goslin (October 16, 1900 - May 15, 1971) drove in 100 runs or more in 11 seasons during his 18-year career. Goslin was a rugged and powerful clutch hitter who batted above the .300 mark 11 times, finishing his career with a .316 average. Playing left field for the Washington Senators (1921-1930, 1933, 1938) the St. Louis Browns (1931-1932) and the Detroit Tigers (1934-1937). In 1924 en route to the World Series victory, Goose hit .344 during the season as well as the World Series adding three home runs and seven RBI in the fall classic. The 1924 season was a career year for Goslin tallying 199 hits, 129 RBI, 299 total bases and 17 triples. Goose Goslin was a member of five American League pennant winners and two World Series champions (Washington – 1924 and Detroit – 1935). In Detroit, Goslin was one member of the “G-Men” pairing him with fellow Hall of Famers Hank Greenberg and Charley Gehringer. Goose Gosling retired with 2,735 hits, 1,483 runs scored, 1,609 RBI, 248 home runs and a career .316 batting average. The Veterans Committee elected Leon Allen “Goose” Goslin to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1968.