He played in just 3 games in '44, then batted .250 in 47 games the next season.
In his first, and what would prove to be only, season as a regular, Harris batted .249 with 8 home runs.
Jones finished that season with a career-high .270 batting average, 22 homers and 79 runs batted in.
The next season, Kenny batted .244/.326/.291 in 43 games for the same team, playing regularly in the outfield.
But the following season, injuries limited Walker to 17 games and 17 at-bats, and he batted only .118.
He appeared in 32 games for the Athletics that season, batted .238, and played his last major league game on September 12, 1943.
This season, the second year of the contract, he has played three games and batted once in each of two others.
His most productive seasons came with Pittsburgh, when he collected career numbers with a .239 batting average and 23 runs batted in in 1948.
His next season, 1997, Langerhans batted .427 and was again selected to the All-State team.
The next season, 1948, Doby batted .301 as the center fielder on a World Series winner.