Which two-time World Series champion and Hall of Famer holds the record for the lowest strikeout rate in major league history, with an average of only once every 63 at-bats? He also holds the record for most consecutive games without a strikeout, at 115. This shortstop and third baseman played for the Cleveland Indians and the New York Yankees. We're going way back on this one, but this guy deserves it. According to his obituary, which was published in 1990, he played his entire MLB career with only one bat, Black Betty, which he seasoned with chewing tobacco.