Austin Bush McHenry (September 22, 1894 in Wrightsville, Ohio – November 27, 1922 in Blue Creek, Ohio), was a professional baseball player who played outfielder in the Major Leagues from 1918-1922 for the St. Louis Cardinals. He died of a brain tumor. McHenry was one of the best players in the National League in 1921. He hit benchmarks of over 200 hits and tallied more than 100 RBI that season. Only Hall of Fame players Rogers Hornsby and Frankie Frisch were able to do the same. McHenry (.350) finished second in the league in batting average behind Hornsby's .397 mark.
By Dean Hanley
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