Ty Cobb Beat Up Disabled Fan
Before Detroit Tigers great Ty Cobb was inducted into the then-new National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1936, he was recognized universally acknowledged as one of the game's greatest players, as well as one of its most violent. During a 1912 game against the New York Highlanders (soon to be renamed the Yankees), a fan was allegedly harassing him. Cobb hopped into the stands and beat down the fan, despite people nearby telling him the guy had no hands. The man was reportedly missing all but two fingers from a printing press accident. To this Cobb responded, "I don't care if he has no feet." The League suspended Cobb for 10 days.