Ray Grimes was a Cub hero of the early 1920s whose twin brother Roy had a brief trial
with the Giants, and whose son Oscar was a ML infielder. Ray had two fine seasons
for the Cubs in 1921 and 1922, batting .321 and .354 (second in the NL). During one
stretch in 1922, he drove in at least one run for 17 consecutive games, a ML record.
A slipped disc in June 1923 shortened his promising career.