The mild-mannered Schulte was a reliable performer, a top centerfielder, and a consistent
hitter. A Browns regular from 1928 through 1932, he was traded to the Senators and
led AL outfielders in putouts as Washington won the 1933 pennant. In the World Series
which the Giants won in five games, Schulte led Washington hitters with a .333 average
and four RBI. He later managed in the minors and scouted for four organizations from
1947 to 1964.