William Moffat "Billy" Earle (November 10, 1867 – May 30, 1946), nicknamed "The Little Globetrotter", was an American Major League Baseball player who mainly played as a catcher for five teams from 1889 to 1894.
Known as one of the best catchers of his time, but shifted from team to team by contract jumping, threatening to contract jump if he was not happy, but most noted was his "creepy" nature. He thought of himself as a hypnotist, and was interested in spiritual healing. His teammates reported feeling uncomfortable around him, his eyes making them feel helpless and was known as somewhat of "Weirdo".
By Dean Hanley
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