Hornsby, as one writer characterized Hornsby as “a liturgy of hatred,” and was not the most popular player will hit .361 and finish third in the MVP voting, he won’t last long with McGraw and again he will be on the move to Boston in 1928 and hit .387, but wore out his welcome quickly and finally end up in Chicago. Hornsby, lead his new team to the pennant and capturing league MVP honors for the second time by hitting 39 homers, knocking in 149 runs, batting .380, compiling 229 hits, and topping the circuit with 156 runs scored 409 total bases, and a .679 slugging percentage.
From 1926 – 1929 he may have been the best nomad in history, he will play for St. Louis, New York, Boston and Chicago. He will hit .361 and slug 97 home runs and win an MVP in 1929.
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