Julius Joseph “Moose” Solters (1906-1975) hit for the cycle on August 19, 1934 against the Detroit Tigers becoming one of less than 300 players in MLB history to accomplish the feat. Solters began his career in left field for the Boston Red Sox (1934-1935) and then played for the St. Louis Browns (1935-1936, 1939), the Cleveland Indians (1937-1939) and the Chicago White Sox (1940-1941, 1943). Julius batted over .300 in four of his five full seasons in uniform during his nine-year career in the Major Leagues. Moose’s best year came in his first with the Indians (1937) when he batted .323 with 190 hits including 42 doubles and 20 home runs, scored 90 runs and drove in another 109 in 152 games. Julius Solters finished his nine-year career following the 1939 season having collected 990 hits including 213 doubles and 83 home runs, scored 503 runs and drove in 599 RBI while batting .289 in 938 games. In the field, he also posted a .960 fielding percentage.