Inducted 1964

David "Davy" Jones started his baseball career with Milwaukee before the National and American Leagues were structured, as we know them. Jones averaged .270 over 1,085 games. He hit .265 in 15 World Series games.
Jones played for Milwaukee, the Detroit Tigers, Chicago White Sox and Pittsburgh Pirates. He was probably best known for being part of a Tigers' outfield that included Ty Cobb and Sam Crawford. In fact, Jones was credited with keeping the crabby Cobb and sometimes-pugnacious Crawford out of several altercations while playing with them.