Leo Christopher "Lee" Magee (born Leopold Christopher Hoernschemeyer; June 4, 1889, Cincinnati, Ohio – March 14, 1966, Columbus, Ohio) was a Major League Baseball player and manager between 1911 and 1919. He was the first Major League player to hit five straight hits. While he played the majority of his professional games in the outfield, he also played infield frequently. In 1915, he was a player/manager for the Brooklyn Tip-Tops of the Federal League for most of the season. The team was 53-64 under his management.
By Dean Hanley
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