- Played both professional baseball and professional basketball for 16 years.
- Played 27 years of basketball and 17 seasons of baseball before retiring.
- Helped the Cleveland Rosenblums win the American Basketball League crown in 1925 and 1926.
- Played on teams from Pittsburgh, Indianapolis and the Tri-Cities in the National Basketball League (NBL), a forerunner to the National Basketball Association (NBA). In 1930 he joined the New York Celtics.
- Coached at Johnstown Catholic High School.
- Coached the 1947-48 Providence Steamrollers in the Basketball Association of America (BAA), which was also considered the forerunner to the NBA.
- Activated himself for one BAA game in January 1948 and became the oldest player in what would become NBA history at 45 years, 363 days, a record that still stands.
- In 12 minor league baseball seasons from 1922 to 1938, played 1,317 games with a .303 career batting average, 240 doubles, 90 triples and 58 home runs.