Freddie Maguire's most notable
claim to baseball immortality came on November 7, 1928, when the
second baseman was traded by the Chicago Cubs along with four other
players and $200,000 to the Boston Braves for future Hall of Famer
All told, Maguire played six years in MLB. Upon graduation from Holy Cross, he spent the 1922-23 seasons with the New York Giants, 1928 with the Chicago Cubs, and 1929-31 with the Boston Braves. He played 618 games with a .257 batting average, .322 slugging average, and a .289 on base average.