Roy Cleveland Johnson (February 23, 1903 - September 10, 1973) was a part of the San Francisco Seals hard-hitting outfield with Earl Averill and Smead Jolley from 1926-1928. After his time in the Pacific Coast League, Johnson joined the Detroit Tigers (1929-1932) and played for the Boston Red Sox (1932-1935), New York Yankees (1936-1937) and Boston Bees. Johnson led the league in at-bats and doubles in his rookie season and topped the .300-mark four times in his ten-year career. He became the first rookie in Major League Baseball history to collect over 200 hits (201) in 1929 and in his final full season with the Tigers he led the American League in triples (19). Roy was a member of the 1936 World Series champion New York Yankees team. Roy Johnson retired after the 1938 season having compiled 1,292 hits including 275 doubles and 83 triples, 717 runs scored, 380 stolen bases, 556 RBI and a career .296 batting average.