Frankie Crosetti (October 4, 1910 - February 11, 2002), nicknamed "The Crow," was an American shortstop in Major League Baseball for the New York Yankees for his entire career. He batted and threw right-handed.
Crosetti was born in San Francisco, California. In his career, he had a .245 batting average, 98 home runs, and 649 RBIs. He also had a total of 113 stolen bases, 2225 total bases, 260 doubles, and 65 triples in 6277 at bats. He led the American League in stolen bases in 1938 with 27, and led the league in hit by pitches 8 times in his career. He ended his career with an amazing total of 114 hit by pitches (tied for 37th all-time, with Bill Freehan). He was also a two-time All-Star (1936, 1939). He later became a coach with the Yankees for 20 years. He died at age 91 in Stockton, California.