Huelsman played for three other AL teams in 1904 before landing a regular position
for the Senators, but after hitting .271'm(((for Washington in 1905 he returned to
the minors. He was a star in the minor leagues, compiling a .342 batting mark over
nearly 20 years and winning five batting crowns and six RBI @kn
FROM THE BASEBALL CHRONOLOGY
»January 16, 1905: It seems simple enough on paper; the Red Sox buy OF George Stone from Washington. The Browns reclaim Frank Huelsman from the Senators, where he had been on loan, and send him along with OF Jesse Burkett to Boston for Stone. Boston then sends Huelsman back to Washington in payment for George Stone. This is Huelsman's 4th trade in 8 months.
»August 4, 2000: The Blue Jays obtain OF Dave Martinez from the Rangers for a player to be named later. Martinez becomes the 9th major leaguer to play for four teams in a season. He began the year with Tampa Bay and also played with the Cubs, in addition to Texas and Toronto. The last to do so was Dave Kingman, in 1977: before him, according to historian Scott Flatow, the four-in-one players were Frank Huelsman, 1904; Willis Hudlin, 1940; Paul Lehner, 1951; Ted Gray, 1955; Wes Covington, 1961; and Mike Kilkenny, 1972.