- “Wee” Willie Keeler used the shortest
bat in the history of Major League Baseball (30.5 in.)
- “Wee” Willie Keeler is the only player to hit 200 or more singles in the majors without playing in the minors.
- He fanned just six times in 590 at bats in 1894.
- His 44 game hitting streak remains unsurpassed today in the National League.
- He contributed to five championships and two second place finishes all within a seven year period.