Oswald Louis “Ossie” Bluege (October 24, 1900 - October 14, 1985) was a career Washington Senator, playing 18 seasons (1922-1939) with the franchise before becoming a coach, manager and farm team director. Nicknamed “The Accountant” for his moonlighting and off-season job, Bluege had a solid career playing the infield for the Senators. In 1924, Ossie helped lead the club, with Hall of Famers Goose Goslin, Sam Rive and Walter Johnson, to their first to its only World Series championship. Ossie was also a member of the 1925 and 1933 American League pennant winners. A solid fielder, Bluege posted a .957 career fielding percentage with 3,040 assists and 1,551 putouts. Ossie Bluege ended his career batting .272 with 1,751 hits, 883 runs scored and 140 stolen bases. As a manager, he guided the Senators to two second-place finishes in the AL in 1943 and 1945. He retired from managing with a 772-375 record.