|Otto Knabe||Jun 11,1884||Right||Right||Second baseman|
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. Knabe received MVP votes in three-straight seasons, 1911-1913, as a member of the Philadelphia Phillies and during his time with the Phillies, he led the National League in sacrifice hits. 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.