Aside from his colorful nickname, Henry “Heinie” Groh was known for his use of a “bottle” bat, where he shaved the handle down as much as he could. Offensively, he was usually used as the leadoff hitter and was a very skilled bunter. He would have four seasons where he batted over .300 and would lead the National League in On Base Percentage twice. He would also win the OPS Title in 1919, the same year he helped the Reds defeat the White Sox in that infamous World Series. Defensively speaking, the short statured Groh was considered one of the most tenacious players on the diamond and excelled at turning double plays from the hot corner. He would win a second World Series in 1923 after he was traded back to the New York Giants.