Famous New Jersey Mason
Roger Maxwell (Doc) Cramer 

Major League Baseball Player, American League, 1929-48, playing with The Philadelphia Athletics, Boston Red Sox and Detroit Tigers with a lifetime batting average of .296. Played in five all-star games and starred in the 1945 World Series. 

Doc Cramer had a .296 AVG, a .340 OBA, a .375 SLG and 37 HR in 20 years. Cramer had 2705 hits with 3 years of 200+. Cramer had 7 years with a .300+ AVG with 5 years of a .350+ OBA. Cramer had 3 years with 100+ runs with 5 additional years of 90+. Cramer was a 5 time All Star. Cramer played on 2 pennant winners and won a World
Championship with the 1945 Tigers. Cramer led the league in hits once. On the all time lists, Cramer ranks 44th in at bats, 48th in doubles, tied for 75th in runs, and 93rd in games.

Lodge: Mariners 150
Residence: Tuckerton