George Sisler, 1B
Career: 1915-30, Browns, Braves
Fun fact: Held the single-season record for hits (257) from 1920 until Ichiro Suzuki broke it in 2004
Perhaps the greatest player in St. Louis Browns history, Sisler was an early success story with the move to the live ball, ripping 257 hits in 1920 and 246 in 1922, hitting over .400 in both seasons.
Sisler set the AL record for hits in consecutive games (41) in 1922, which was the mark that was subsequently eclipsed by Joe DiMaggio's legendary streak in 1941.