Nickname(s): Gee Gee
3B-2B 1909-10, 14-18 Braves, Dodgers , Reds, Indians, Pirates
A good glove man, Getz was the third baseman for the 1915 Dodgers. He played just
seven games for the Reds in 1917, but one was the May 2, Fred Toney-Hippo Vaughn
double no-hitter. He later managed and umpired in the minors.
|FROM THE BASEBALL CHRONOLOGY|
|» September 9, 1915: Boston's Lefty Tyler allows just one Brooklyn hit, but loses 1–0. Jeff Pfeffer is nearly as perfect, allowing two hits for the win. Brooklyn scores the lone run on a walk by Hy Myers, Gus Getz's single, a double steal, and a sac fly.