Schang is probably considered the best catcher during baseball's deadball era. He hit .300 or better six times in a career that included three world championships.
His first title was with Philadelphia A's in 1913.
He moved on to play with Boston in 1918 where he completed the battery with a certain George Herman Ruth.
Yes, Ruth was a pitcher with the Red Sox before becoming the original home run king.
In Boston, Schang would help the Red Sox to a World Series championship in 1918.
He followed Ruth to New York after the 1920 season. Ruth was traded a year earlier by Boston owner Harry Frazee.
He won his final World Series title with the Yankees in 1923.
With those credentials, they could have at least spelled his name right.