In 1906, Warner was part of the first season-long platoon arrangement in baseball, sharing time at catcher with Fred Payne and Boss Schmidt. In 1,0073 major league games, Warner had a.249 batting average and.303 on-base percentage. He had 870 hits, 348 runs scored, 303 RBIs, 122 extra base hits, and 83 stolen bases.
Warner was among the league leaders in being hit by a pitch 3 times and ranks 84 all-time with 91 times hit by a pitch.
Warner was born in New York City and died in Far Rockaway, New New York