High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Walter Phillip Rehg (August 31, 1888 - April 5, 1946) was a reserve outfielder in Major League Baseball, playing mostly as a right fielder for four different teams between the 1912 and 1919 seasons. LIsted at 5' 8", 160 lb., Rehg batted and threw right-handed. HE was born in Summerfield, Illinois.REhg entered the majors in 1912 with the Pittsburgh Pirates, playing for them one year before joining the Boston Red Sox (1913 1915), Boston Braves (1917 1918) and Cincinnati Reds (1919). HE appeared in a career-high 88 games with the 1914 Red Sox, as a backup for the fabled Million-Dollar Outfield of Duffy Lewis (LF), Tris Speaker (CF) and Harry Hooper (RF). HIs most productive season came in 1917 with the Braves, when he posted career-numbers in batting average (.270), runs (48), RBI (31) and stolen bases (13), while appearing in 87 games. HE also was a member of the 1919 National League champions Reds, although he did not play in the World Series.