Speedy Wally Rehg was never an everyday outfielder. He led the AL with 10 pinch hits
and 36 pinch at-bats for the 1914 Red Sox, but hit .219 overall that year. He missed
most of the following season with a bad knee. Coming back with the Braves in 1917,
he hit .270, earning the most playing time in his career and reaching personal highs
of 48 runs and 31 RBI.