How many Browns players have a street named after them? We're certain there's probably a good number of streets name after players on other teams, but we are not sure. Do you know of any? If so, drop us a note and let us know who. Thanks.
This street is Barney Peltry Drive. It leads to the sports complex in Farmington, MO. One of the first Jewish players in the American League, the Yiddish Curver was a workhorse for the Browns, a member of their starting rotation from 1904 through 1911. His peak year was 1906, when he went 16-11 with a 1.59 ERA (second in the AL). The following season he lost a league-high 21 games.