Franz Otto Knabe (June 12, 1884 – May 17, 1961), also known as "Dutch", was an American Major league second baseman from Carrick, Pennsylvania, who played for four different teams. He was the player-manager for the only two season the Baltimore Terrapins and the Federal League were in existence.
Knabe twice received a single vote for the Baseball Hall of Fame, once in 1939, and the other in 1942. He died in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and was interred at New Cathedral Cemetery.
By Dean Hanley
Page : 1