Heinie Manush was selected to the Hall of Fame in 1964 by the Veteran's Committe after appearing on the ballot 6 times between 1948-1962. His playing career spanned 17 seasons between 1923-1939. Manush was originally traded to the Senators by the Browns along with General Crowder for Goose Goslin near the summer of 1930. It was with the Senators that Manush reach his only World Series in 1933, and was selected for the second-ever All-Star team in 1934. Throughout his career, Manush has led the league in Hits ('28,'33), Doubles ('28,'29), Triples ('33), and Batting ('26).