Ken Williams, a major leaguer from 1915 to 1929 with the Cincinnati Reds, St. Louis Browns and Boston Red Sox, led the American League with 39 home runs and 155 RBI for the Browns in 1922, his best season. He also batted .332.
The Browns finished the season one game behind the pennant-winning New York Yankees.
Interestingly, Williams’ power came in spurts. SCD artist Ronnie Joyner reveals that and more in his bio-illustration. Enjoy.