Hack Wilson — American Athlete born on April 26, 1900, died on November 23, 1948

Lewis Robert Wilson was an American Major League Baseball player who played 12 seasons for the New York Giants, Chicago Cubs, Brooklyn Dodgers and Philadelphia Phillies. Despite his diminutive stature, he was one of the most accomplished power hitters in the game during the late 1920s and early 1930s. His 1930 season with the Cubs is widely considered one of the most memorable individual single-season hitting performances in baseball history. Highlights included 56 home runs, the National League record for 68 years; and 191 runs batted in, a mark yet to be surpassed. "For a brief span of a few years," wrote a sportswriter of the day, "this hammered down little strongman actually rivaled the mighty Ruth.".. (wikipedia)

In life, you need many more things besides talent. Things like good advice and common sense.
There are many kids in and out of baseball who think that just because they have some natural talent, they have the world by the tail.
In 1930, I was at the top of my career. I won the Most Valuable Player award.
Kids, don't be too big to accept advice.
When I see three balls, I just swing at the middle one.