Born March 11, 1886, in Columbus, Ohio, Edward Theodore "Laddie" Link was a Major League Baseball pitcher who played for only one season. He debuted on April 15, 1910, for the Cleveland Naps, playing in 22 games before he was traded to the St. Louis Browns, but only played three games before he was released. His last Major League appearance was on August 25, 1910. He quit baseball and worked 19 years as a clerk in the general offices of the Texas Company in Houston. Link died in Houston on May 22, 1939, of cancer at the age of 53.