Samuel Earl (Wahoo Sam) Crawford (April 18, 1899 - June 15, 1968) was a professional baseball player.
Crawford twice led the major leagues in home runs, hitting 16 in 1901 and 7 in 1908. He retired with a career batting average of .309, and holds the career major league record for triples with 309, a record unlikely to be beaten given the difference in the style of baseball played in the modern era to the dead-ball era of Crawford.
His nickname comes from his birthplace - Wahoo, Nebraska
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