Hank Aaron

“Henry Aaron in the second inning walked and scored. He’s…

Pete Alexander

Had Grover Cleveland Alexander been a writer, the French would…

Roberto Alomar

The son of a longtime major leaguer and the younger brother of…

Walter Alston

Of all the many achievements that fill the Hall of Fame dossier…

Sparky Anderson

George Lee “Sparky” Anderson was one of the great baseball…

Cap Anson

Cap Anson, baseball's first superstar, was the dominant on-field…

Luis Aparicio

The name Luis Aparicio is closely linked with Venezuela. Both…

Luke Appling

Luke Appling had the misfortune of playing for the White Sox…

Richie Ashburn

Don Richard “Richie” Ashburn, a Hall of Fame outfielder,…

Jeff Bagwell

Jeff Bagwell was a dominant player in the National League for…

Home Run Baker

In an era characterized by urbanization and rapid industrial…

Dave Bancroft

Dave "Beauty" Bancroft was Honus Wagner's successor as the National…

Ernie Banks

"Jarvis fires away … That’s a fly ball, deep to left, back,…

Al Barlick

Al Barlick rose from a Midwestern coal-mining family to a long…

Ed Barrow

Most famous for his wildly successful tenure in the New York…

Jake Beckley

When Jake Beckley gained election to the National Baseball Hall…
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Cool Papa Bell

“He was a beautiful person. Yes he was. Cool Papa Bell. He…

Johnny Bench

A generation after Johnny Bench’s last game, he remains the…

Chief Bender

American Indian. Innovator. Renaissance man. Charles Albert “Chief”…

Yogi Berra

Many images come to mind when one hears the name Yogi Berra.…

Craig Biggio

While a catcher for the Seton Hall University Pirates in 1987,…

Bert Blyleven

Bert Blyleven’s career statistics speak for themselves: 287…

Wade Boggs

“That kid’s got a hell of a stance! Everything’s perfect!…

Jim Bottomley

On a mid-September afternoon in Brooklyn in 1924, Cardinals third–year…