Ervin “Pete” Fox (March 8, 1909 - July 5, 1966) played 13 seasons in right field for the Detroit Tigers (1933-1940) and the Boston Red Sox (1941-1945). Fox was an excellent outfielder with a solid arm, speed and range. He and his Tigers teammates played back-to-back World Series in 1934 and 1935 capturing the 1935 title in six games over the Chicago Cubs. During the 1935 World Series, Pete Fox led all hitters with 10 hits and an exceptional .385 batting average. Pete had a knack for hitting doubles, averaging 26 per season as well as averaging .302 at the plate with 140 hits, 13 stolen bases and 58 RBI. Fox was named to the 1944 American League All-Star team and earned consideration three times for the AL MVP awards. Pete Fox finished his career 1,678 hits including 314 doubles, scored 895 runs, drove in 694 runs while batting .298 over the course of his 13-year career.