Joseph Frank Demaree (1910-1958) helped his teams (Cubs, Cardinals, Browns) win five pennants, four National League and one American League. Demaree played outfield for the Chicago Cubs (1932-1933, 1935-1938), the New York Giants (1939-1941), the Boston Braves (1941-1942), the St. Louis Cardinals (1943) and the St. Louis Browns (1944). Not only did he sport a .978 career fielding percentage, but Frank also had five seasons batting over .300 in the National League. In 1936, he enjoyed his greatest season appearing in 154 games batting .350 with 212 hits, 93 runs, 96 RBI and hit .324 with 199 hits, 104 runs and 115 RBI in the following campaign. Frank was named to the 1936 and 1937 All-Star Games. Frank Demaree finished his career after the 1944 season with 1,241 hits, 578 runs, 591 RBI and a .299 career batting average.