Rollie Hubert Zeider
- Bats Right, Throws Right
- Height 5' 10", Weight 162 lb.
- Debut April 14, 1910
- Final Game August 29, 1918
- Born November 16, 1883 in Auburn, IN USA
- Died September 12, 1967 in Garrett, IN USA
Rollie Zeider is one of only two men (Dutch Zwilling is the other) to play for all three Chicago major league teams: the Chicago Cubs of the National League, the Chicago White Sox of the American League, and the Chicago Whales of the Federal League.
Zeider played 941 major league games, and only 50 were for a team other than one of the Chicago teams. He was an infielder, playing numerous games at all of the infield positions. He was several times among the league leaders in stolen bases.
Zeider was born in Auburn, IN, in far northeastern Indiana about 190 miles from Chicago. In 1905 he was a pitcher/third baseman in the Northern League, going 7-9 on the mound and hitting .284. He was with San Francisco in 1907-1909 before coming to the majors in 1910.
After his major league playing days he continued to play in the minors from 1919-1924.
Year-By-Year Managerial Record
|1919||Toledo Mud Hens||American Association||22-47||--||none||replaced by Roger Bresnahan on July 15|
|1924||Paris North Stars||East Texas League||--||8th||none||replaced Bill Byers|