Appendix 1: The 1914 Stallings Platoon

By Bryan Soderholm-Difatte

This article was published in the Fall 2014 Baseball Research Journal.

This appendix accompanies Bryan Soderholm-Difatte's article "The 1914 Stallings Platoon" in the Fall 2014 Baseball Research Journal.

Methodology for Determining Starting Line-Up Platoons

A position “platoon” is defined as two (or sometimes three) players being used in the starting line-up at the same position by their manager on a regular basis depending primarily on whether the opposing starting pitcher is left-handed or right-handed, but also right-handed batting catchers alternated by their manager on a game-to-game basis. I relied on data included under the “Defensive Lineups” tab in the website www.baseball-reference.com for each team in every year beginning in 1914 to determine starting line-up platoons. These data were made available through the painstaking efforts of Retrosheet researchers.

  • For starting line-up platoons at any position (or across any of the three outfield positions), left-handed batters are identified by their names in italics. Switch-hitters are identified by an (x) after their name, and their names are italicized for their ability to bat left-handed if the player who shared their position was a right-handed batter.
  • I required that a position platoon must have been in effect for at least one month to be acknowledged. This takes into account situations where a manager may have used a platoon combination to replace his intended day-to-day regular at any given position because of injury, illness, or some other reason.
  • In some cases, managers platooned aging veterans with younger players. The platoon situation must be obvious, most typically dependent on whether the opposing starter was a right-handed or left-handed pitcher. Veteran players are identified with a (v) after their name.
  • In a few cases, young or relatively-recent players in the major leagues were used by their managers in a starting line-up platoon even though both batted from the same side. I determined such platoons based on either one player almost never starting against, for example, left-handed pitchers, or by a clear pattern of use indicating the manager was alternating them virtually game-to-game.
  • For any player who was a day-to-day regular in the starting line-up mostly at one position, but who platooned with another player at a different position, his primary position will be noted in parenthesis after his name. I do not include in this rotational mix everyday outfielders who play anywhere in the outfield depending upon which of the platooned players is in the line-up.
  • Teams for each year are listed in the order of their final standing for the season. Pennant or division-winning teams are identified in bold face.

 


National League platoons, 1914-20

YEAR TEAM MANAGER POS. PLAYERS
1914 Boston George Stallings LF

CF/RF
Joe Connolly, Jim Murray, Ted Cather

Les Mann, Tommy Griffith, Josh Devore, Herbie Moran, Possum Whitted
1914 New York John McGraw RF Dave Robertson, Fred Snodgrass
1914 St. Louis Miller Huggins OF Walton Cruise, Ted Cather/Joe Riggert
1915 Boston George Stallings LF

RF
Joe Connolly, Ted Cather

Herbie Moran, Ed Fitzpatrick
1915 Chicago Roger Bresnahan RF Wilbur Good, Red Murray
1916 Brooklyn Wilbert Robinson OF Hi Myers, Casey Stengel, Jimmy Johnston
1916 Boston George Stallings CF

RF
Pete Compton, Fred Snodgrass

Joe Wilhoit, Zip Collins, Ed Fitzpatrick
1916 Chicago Joe Tinker LF

OF
Frank Schulte, Les Mann

Max Flack, Joe Kelly
1916 Pittsburgh Jimmy Callahan 1B Doc Johnston, Bill Hinchman (OF) / Jack Farmer (OF)
1916 Cincinnati Herzog-Mathewson C Ivey Wingo, Tommy Clarke, Emil Huhn
1917 New York John McGraw RF Dave Robertson, Jim Thorpe
1917 St. Louis Miller Huggins C

OF
Frank Snyder, Mike Gonzalez

Jack Smith, Bruno Betzel
1917 Cincinnati Christy Mathewson C

LF
Ivey Wingo, Tommy Clarke

Greasy Neale, Manuel Cueto, Jim Thorpe, Sherry Magee-v
1917 Boston George Stallings RF Joe Wilhoit, Wally Rehg
1917 Pittsburgh Callahan-Bezdek C William Fischer, Walter Schmidt
1918 New York John McGraw C

LF
Lew McCarty, Bill Rariden

Joe Wilhoit, Jim Thorpe
1918 Cincinnati Christy Mathewson C

LF
Ivey Wingo, Nick Allen

Greasy Neale, Sherry Magee-v, Manuel Cueto
1918 Philadelphia Pat Moran C Bert Adams-x, Ed Burns
1918 Boston George Stallings OF Ray Powell, Wally Rehg
1918 St. Louis Jack Hendricks RF Red Smyth, Bruno Betzel
1919 Cincinnati Pat Moran C Ivey Wingo, Bill Rariden
1919 Pittsburgh Hugo Bezdek LF Carson Bigbee, Fred Nicholson
1919 Brooklyn Wilbert Robinson RF Tommy Griffith, Jim Hickman
1920 Brooklyn Wilbert Robinson RF Tommy Griffith, Bernie Neis
1920 New York John McGraw CF Benny Kauff, Vern Spencer, Lee King
1920 Cincinnati Pat Moran C Ivey Wingo, Bill Rariden, Nick Allen
1920 St. Louis Branch Rickey LF

RF
Jack Smith, Hal Janvrin

Cliff Heathcote, Joe Schultz
1920 Boston George Stallings LF

RF
Les Mann, Eddie Eayrs

Walton Cruise, John Sullivan
1920 Philadelphia Gavy Cravath 3B Ralph Miller, Russ Wrightstone

NL managers who platooned most often, 1914-1920

  • George Stallings (6)—1914, 1915, 1916, 1917, 1918, 1920
  • John McGraw (4)—1914, 1917, 1918, 1920
  • Wilbert Robinson (3)—1916, 1919, 1920
  • Pat Moran (3)—1918, 1919, 1920

Where NL teams platooned, 1914-1920

  • Boston Braves (6 years)—10 OF
  • Cincinnati Reds (5 years)—2 OF, 5 C
  • New York Giants (4 years)—4 OF, 1 C
  • St. Louis Cardinals (4 years)—5 OF, 1 C
  • Brooklyn Dodgers (3 years)—3 OF
  • Pittsburgh Pirates (3 years)—1 OF, 1 C, 1 1B
  • Chicago Cubs (2 years)—3 OF
  • Philadelphia Phillies (2 years)—1 C, 1 3B

Positions platooned: 28 OF, 9 C, 1 1B, 1 3B

 


National League platoons, 1921-30

YEAR TEAM MANAGER POS. PLAYERS
1921 New York John McGraw C

CF
Earl Smith, Frank Snyder-v

Curt Walker, Eddie Brown, Lee King
1921 St. Louis Branch Rickey CF

RF
Cliff Heathcote, Les Mann, Heinie Mueller

Jack Smith, Joe Schultz
1921 Boston Fred Mitchell LF Walton Cruise, Fred Nicholson
1921 Brooklyn Wilbert Robinson RF Tommy Griffith, Bernie Neis-x
1921 Cincinnati Pat Moran C Ivey Wingo, Bubbles Hargrave
1922 New York John McGraw CF Casey Stengel, Bill Cunningham
1922 St. Louis Branch Rickey 1B

CF

OF
Jack Fournier, Del Gainer

Heinie Mueller, Les Mann-v

Jack Smith, Joe Schultz
1922 Pittsburgh Gibson-McKechnie RF Reb Russell, Clyde Barnhart
1922 Chicago Bill Killefer RF Cliff Heathcote, Bernie Friberg
1922 Brooklyn Wilbert Robinson RF Tommy Griffith, Bert Griffith
1922 Boston Fred Mitchell OF Walton Cruise, Fred Nicholson
1923 New York John McGraw CF Jimmy O’Connell, Casey Stengel, Bill Cunningham
1923 Pittsburgh Bill McKechnie RF Reb Russell, Clyde Barnhart
1923 St. Louis Branch Rickey LF

CF
Jack Smith, Ray Blades

Hy Myers-v, Heinie Mueller
1923 Brooklyn Wilbert Robinson RF Tommy Griffith, Bernie Neis-x (CF), Gene Bailey (CF)
1923 Boston Fred Mitchell CF Ray Powell, Al Nixon
1923 Philadelphia Art Fletcher RF Curt Walker, Cliff Lee
1924 New York John McGraw CF Billy Southworth, Hack Wilson
1924 Brooklyn Wilbert Robinson RF Tommy Griffith, Bernie Neis-x
1924 Chicago Bill Killefer LF

RF
Denver Grigsby, Hack Miller

Cliff Heathcote, Otto Vogel
1924 St. Louis Branch Rickey CF Heinie Mueller, Hi Myers-v
1924 Philadelphia Art Fletcher 3B

RF
Russ Wrightstone, Andy Woehr

George Harper, Joe Schultz
1924 Boston Dave Bancroft RF Casey Stengel, Les Mann
1925 Pittsburgh Bill McKechnie 1B George Grantham, Stuffy McInnis-v
1925 St. Louis Rickey-Hornsby CF Jack Smith, Ralph Shinners
1925 Philadelphia Art Fletcher RF Cy Williams-v, Joe Schultz, George Burns-v
1926 Chicago Joe McCarthy LF Joe Kelly, Pete Scott
1926 New York John McGraw CF Heinie Mueller, Jimmy Johnston
1926 Brooklyn Wilbert Robinson 3B

LF
Bill Marriott, Sam Bohne

Zack Wheat-v, Gus Felix
1926 Boston Dave Bancroft 1B

OF
Dick Burrus, Johnny Cooney

Jack Smith, Frank Wilson, Les Mann
1926 Philadelphia Art Fletcher 1B

CF

RF
Russ Wrightstone, Ray Grimes

Freddy Leach, Al Nixon

Cy Williams-v, Johnny Mokan (LF)
1927 New York John McGraw LF Heinie Mueller, Les Mann
1927 Chicago Joe McCarthy RF Cliff Heathcote, Earl Webb, Pete Scott
1927 Boston Dave Bancroft RF Jack Smith, Lance Richbourg, Les Mann
1927 Philadelphia Stuffy McInnis LF

OF
Dick Spalding, Johnny Mokan

Cy Williams-v, Al Nixon
1928 New York John McGraw LF

RF
Lefty O’Doul, Andy Reese

Mel Ott, Les Mann
1928 Boston Rogers Hornsby OF Eddie Brown, Jack Smith
1928 Philadelphia Burt Shotton OF Cy Williams-v, Bill Deitrick, Art Jahn
1929 St. Louis Southworth-McKechnie RF Ernie Orsatti, Wally Roettger
1929 Brooklyn Wilbert Robinson LF Harvey Hendrick, Rube Bressler
1930 St. Louis Gabby Street RF George Watkins, Ray Blades
1930 New York John McGraw OF Freddy Leach (LF), Ethan Allen (CF)
1930 Boston Bill McKechnie RF Lance Richbourg, Earl Clark
1930 Philadelphia Burt Shotton 1B Don Hurst, Monk Sherlock

NL managers who platooned most often, 1921-1930

  • John McGraw (8)—1921, 1922, 1923, 1924, 1926, 1927, 1928, 1930
  • Branch Rickey (6)—1920, 1921, 1922, 1923, 1924, 1925
  • Wilbert Robinson (6)—1921, 1922, 1923, 1924, 1926, 1929
  • Bill McKechnie (5)—1922, 1923, 1925, 1929, 1930

Where NL teams platooned, 1921-1930

  • Boston Braves (8 years)—8 OF, 1 1B
  • New York Giants (8 years)—9 OF, 1 C
  • St. Louis Cardinals (7 years)—10 OF, 1 1B
  • Philadelphia Phillies (7 years)—8 OF, 2 1B, 1 3B
  • Brooklyn Dodgers (6 years)—6 OF, 1 3B
  • Chicago Cubs (4 years)—5 OF
  • Pittsburgh Pirates (3 years)—2 OF, 1 1B
  • Cincinnati Reds (1 year)—1 C

Positions platooned: 48 OF, 5 1B, 2 3B, 2 C

 


National League platoons, 1931-40

YEAR TEAM MANAGER POS. PLAYERS
1931 St. Louis Gabby Street RF George Watkins, Ray Blades, Wally Roettger
1931 New York John McGraw LF Freddy Leach, Ethan Allen
1931 Pittsburgh Jewel Ens LF Adam Comorosky, Woody Jensen
1931 Cincinnati Dan Howley LF Edd Roush-v, Nick Cullop
1932 Chicago Hornsby-Grimm OF Johnny Moore, Frank Demaree
1932 New York McGraw-Bill Terry LF Len Koenecke, Ethan Allen, Jo-Jo Moore, Chick Fullis
1932 Cincinnati Dan Howley 2B

CF
George Grantham, Jo-Jo Morrissey

Estel Crabtree, Taylor Douthit
1933 New York Bill Terry LF Jo-Jo Moore, Homer Peel
1933 Brooklyn Max Carey CF Johnny Frederick, Danny Taylor
1934 St. Louis Frankie Frisch CF Ernie Orsatti, Chick Fullis
1934 New York Bill Terry CF George Watkins, Hank Leiber
1934 Pittsburgh Gibson-Traynor C Earl Grace, Tom Padden
1934 Brooklyn Casey Stengel LF

RF
Johnny Frederick, Danny Taylor

Buzz Boyle, Glenn Chapman
1935 Chicago Charlie Grimm RF Chuck Klein-v, Tuck Stainback
1935 Pittsburgh Pie Traynor C Tom Padden, Earl Grace
1936 Pittsburgh Pie Traynor CF Lloyd Waner-v, Fred Schulte
1939 Brooklyn Leo Durocher C Babe Phelps, Al Todd
1940 Brooklyn Leo Durocher C Babe Phelps, Gus Mancuso
1940 St. Louis Blades-Southworth C

RF
Don Padgett, Mickey Owen

Enos Slaughter, Pepper Martin
1940 Pittsburgh Frankie Frisch 3B Jeep Handley, Debs Garms
1940 New York Bill Terry CF Johnny Rucker, Bob Seeds

NL managers who platooned most often, 1931-1940

  • Bill Terry (4)—1932, 1933, 1934, 1940
  • Pie Traynor (3)—1934, 1935, 1936

Where NL teams platooned, 1931-1940

  • New York Giants (5 years)—5 OF
  • Pittsburgh Pirates (5 years)—2 OF, 2 C, 1 3B
  • Brooklyn Dodgers (4 years)—3 OF, 2 C
  • St. Louis Cardinals (3 years)—3 OF, 1 C
  • Cincinnati Reds (2 years)—2 OF, 1 2B
  • Chicago Cubs (2 years)—2 OF
  • Boston Braves and Philadelphia Phillies (did not platoon this decade)

Positions platooned: 17 OF, 5 C, 1 2B, 1 3B

 



American League platoons, 1914-20

YEAR TEAM MANAGER POS. PLAYERS
1914 Boston Bill Carrigan C Hick Cady/Bill Carrigan, Pinch Thomas
1914 Detroit Hughie Jennings CF Hugh High, Harry Heilmann
1915 Boston Bill Carrigan C

1B
Hick Cady, Pinch Thomas

Dick Hoblitzel, Del Gainer
1915 Detroit Hughie Jennings C Del Baker, Red McKee
1915 New York Bill Donovan C Les Nunamaker, Jeff Sweeney
1915 St. Louis Branch Rickey RF Gus Williams, Dee Walsh-x
1916 Boston Bill Carrigan 1B

RF
Dick Hoblitzel, Del Gainer

Chick Shorten, Tillie Walker
1916 Chicago Pants Rowland RF Eddie Murphy, Shano Collins
1916 Cleveland Lee Fohl RF Elmer Smith, Braggo Roth
1917 Chicago Pants Rowland RF Nemo Leibold, Shano Collins
1917 Boston Jack Barry 1B Dick Hoblitzel, Del Gainer
1917 Washington Clark Griffith RF Mike Menosky, Horace Milan
1918 Boston Ed Barrow LF Babe Ruth (P), George Whiteman, Hack Miller
1918 New York Miller Huggins RF Frank Gilhooley, Armando Marsans, Elmer Miller
1918 Chicago Pants Rowland LF Nemo Leibold, Shano Collins
1919 Chicago Kid Gleason RF Nemo Leibold, Shano Collins
1919 Cleveland Fohl-Speaker RF Elmer Smith, Smoky Joe Wood
1919 Detroit Hughie Jennings RF Ira Flagstead, Chick Shorten
1920 Cleveland Tris Speaker LF

RF
Charlie Jamieson, Joe Evans

Elmer Smith, Smoky Joe Wood
1920 Detroit Hughie Jennings 3B

RF
Babe Pinelli, Bob Jones

Ira Flagstead, Chick Shorten

AL managers who platooned most often, 1914-1920

  • Hughie Jennings (4)—1914, 1915, 1919, 1920
  • Bill Carrigan (3)—1914, 1915, 1916
  • Pants Rowland (3)—1916, 1917, 1918

Where AL teams platooned, 1914-1920

  • Boston Red Sox (5 years)—2 OF, 3 1B, 2 C
  • Detroit Tigers (4 years)—3 OF, 1 C, 1 3B
  • Chicago White Sox (4 years)—4 OF
  • Cleveland Indians (3 years)—4 OF
  • New York Yankees (2 years)—1 C, 1 OF
  • St. Louis Browns (1 year)—1 OF
  • Washington Senators (1 year)—1 OF
  • Philadelphia Athletics—did not platoon

Positions platooned: 16 OF, 4 C, 3 1B, 1 3B

 


American League platoons, 1921-30

YEAR TEAM MANAGER POS. PLAYERS
1921 Cleveland Tris Speaker 1B

LF

RF
Doc Johnston, George Burns

Charlie Jamieson, Joe Evans

Elmer Smith, Smoky Joe Wood
1921 Chicago Kid Gleason CF Amos Strunk-v, Johnny Mostil
1921 Philadelphia Connie Mack CF Zip Collins, Ben Mallonee, Paul Johnson
1922 Cleveland Tris Speaker LF Charlie Jamieson, Joe Evans
1923 Detroit Ty Cobb LF Bobby Veach-v, Heinie Manush, Bob Fothergill
1923 Cleveland Tris Speaker RF Homer Summa, Joe Connolly
1923 Washington Donie Bush CF Nemo Leibold, Joe Evans
1923 St. Louis Fohl-Austin 3B Gene Robertson, Homer Ezzell
1923 Chicago Kid Gleason LF Bibb Falk, Roy Elsh
1923 Boston Frank Chance CF Dick Reichle, Shano Collins-v
1924 Detroit Ty Cobb LF Heinie Manush, Bob Fothergill
1924 Cleveland Tris Speaker C Glenn Myatt, Luke Sewell
1924 St. Louis George Sisler 3B Gene Robertson, Frank Ellerbe, Norm McMillan
1924 Boston Lee Fohl 3B Danny Clark, Homer Ezzell
1924 Chicago Johnny Evers CF

RF
Maurice Archdeacon, Johnny Mostil

Harry Hooper-v, Roy Elsh
1925 Detroit Ty Cobb LF Al Wingo, Bob Fothergill
1925 Cleveland Tris Speaker C

RF
Glenn Myatt, Luke Sewell

Pat McNulty, Cliff Lee
1925 St. Louis George Sisler OF Herschel Bennett, Harry Rice, Joe Evans
1925 New York Miller Huggins C Wally Schang-x/v, Benny Bengough
1925 Boston Lee Fohl LF Roy Carlyle, Tex Vache
1926 Philadelphia Connie Mack RF Walt French, Frank Welch
1927 New York Miller Huggins C Pat Collins, John Grabowski
1927 Philadelphia Connie Mack C Mickey Cochrane, Cy Perkins
1927 Chicago Ray Schalk 1B Bud Clancy, Earl Sheely-v
1927 St. Louis Dan Howley LF Ken Williams-v, Bing Miller
1928 New York Miller Huggins C Pat Collins, John Grabowski
1928 Chicago Schalk-Blackburne LF Bibb Falk-v, George Blackerby
1929 New York Miller Huggins C Bill Dickey, Benny Bengough, John Grabowski
1929 Cleveland Roger Peckinpaugh SS

RF
Jackie Tavener, Ray Gardner

Bibb Falk-v, Ed Morgan
1929 St. Louis Dan Howley RF Beauty McGowan, Earl McNeely
1929 Washington Walter Johnson C Bennie Tate, Muddy Ruel-v
1929 Detroit Bucky Harris SS Heinie Schuble, Yats Wuestling
1930 Washington Walter Johnson CF Sam West, George Loepp
1930 New York Bob Shawkey C

OF
Bill Dickey, Benny Bengough, Bubbles Hargrave

Earle Combs-v, Sammy Byrd
1930 Cleveland Roger Peckinpaugh LF Charlie Jamieson, Bibb Falk-v, Bob Seeds
1930 Boston Heinie Wagner 1B Phil Todt, Bill Sweeney

AL managers who platooned most often, 1921-1930

  • Tris Speaker (7)—1919, 1920, 1921, 1922, 1923, 1924, 1925
  • Miller Huggins (5)—1918, 1925, 1927, 1928, 1929
  • Lee Fohl (5)—1916, 1919, 1923, 1924, 1925

Where AL teams platooned, 1921-30

  • Cleveland Indians (7 years)—7 OF, 2 C, 2 1B, 1 SS
  • Chicago White Sox (5 years)—5 OF, 1 1B
  • New York Yankees (5 years)—5 C, 1 OF
  • St. Louis Browns (5 years)—3 OF, 2 3B
  • Boston Red Sox (4 years)—2 OF, 1 3B
  • Detroit Tigers (4 years)—3 OF, 1 SS
  • Washington Senators (3 years)—2 OF, 1 C
  • Philadelphia Athletics (3 years)—2 OF, 1 C

Positions platooned: 25 OF, 9 C, 3 1B, 3 3B, 2 SS

 


American League platoons, 1931-40

YEAR TEAM MANAGER POS. PLAYERS
1931 Washington Walter Johnson RF Sam Rice-v, Dave Harris
1931 Cleveland Roger Peckinpaugh RF Dick Porter, Bibb Falk-v, Bob Seeds
1931 Chicago Donie Bush CF Mel Simons, Ike Eichrodt
1932 Washington Walter Johnson RF Sam Rice-v, Dave Harris, Carl Reynolds
1932 St. Louis Bill Killefer 3B Lin Storti- x, Ed Grimes
1933 Washington Joe Cronin RF Goose Goslin-v, Dave Harris
1934 Cleveland Walter Johnson OF Sam Rice-v, Bob Seeds, Dutch Holland
1934 St. Louis Rogers Hornsby RF Bruce Campbell, Earl Clark, Ollie Bejma
1935 Detroit Mickey Cochrane C Mickey Cochrane, Ray Hayworth
1935 New York Joe McCarthy LF

RF
Earle Combs-v, Jesse Hill

George Selkirk, Myril Hoag
1935 Cleveland Johnson-O’Neill RF Bruce Campbell, Milt Galatzer, Ab Wright
1935 Washington Bucky Harris OF John Stone, Fred Schulte-v
1935 St. Louis Rogers Hornsby RF Ed Coleman, Ray Pepper
1936 New York Joe McCarthy OF George Selkirk, Myril Hoag, Bob Seeds
1936 Washington Bucky Harris LF John Stone, Jesse Hill
1936 Cleveland Steve O’Neill C Billy Sullivan, Frankie Pytlak, Greek George
1937 New York Joe McCarthy OF Tommy Henrich, Myril Hoag
1938 New York Joe McCarthy RF Tommy Henrich, Myril Hoag
1938 Cleveland Ossie Vitt LF Jeff Heath, Moose Solters
1938 Washington Bucky Harris 2B Buddy Myer-v, Ossie Bluege
1938 Chicago Jimmy Dykes RF Hank Steinbach, Gee Walker
1938 St. Louis Gabby Street C Billy Sullivan, Tommy Heath
1939 Washington Bucky Harris SS

OF

OF
Cecil Travis, Charlie Gelbert

Sammy West, Bobby Estalella

Taffy Wright, Johnny Welaj
1940 Detroit Del Baker RF Pete Fox, Bruce Campbell
1940 Cleveland Ossie Vitt OF Jeff Heath, Beau Bell
1940 St. Louis Fred Haney CF

OF
Wally Judnich, Chet Laabs

Rip Radcliff, Myril Hoag
1940 Philadelphia Connie Mack 2B Benny McCoy, Crash Davis

AL managers who platooned most often, 1931-1940

  • Walter Johnson (6)—1929, 1930, 1931, 1932, 1934, 1935
  • Bucky Harris (4)—1935, 1936, 1938, 1939
  • Joe McCarthy (4)—1935, 1936, 1937, 1938

Where AL teams platooned, 1931-1940

  • Washington Senators (7 years)—7 OF, 1 2B, 1 SS
  • Cleveland Indians (6 years)—5 OF, 1 C
  • St. Louis Browns (5 years)—4 OF, 1 C, 1 3B
  • New York Yankees (4 years)—5 OF
  • Chicago White Sox (2 years)—2 OF
  • Detroit Tigers (2 years)—1 OF, 1 C
  • Philadelphia Athletics (1 year)—2B
  • Boston Red Sox (did not platoon this decade)

Positions platooned: 24 OF, 3 C, 2 2B, 1 SS, 1 3B