Bob Addy

A celebrated base ball character” was A. G. Spalding’s succinct…

Wyman Andrus

Montana’s Moonlight Graham, Wyman Andrus appeared in a single…

Ted Bowsfield

Left-hander Ted Bowsfield spent seven seasons in the big leagues,…

Jimmy Claxton

On the morning of May 28, 1916, a lean, lefthanded pitcher took…

Reggie Cleveland

"He's the best I have."1 So said Cardinals manager Red Schoendienst…

Bunk Congalton

A stonemason from Scotland, Alexander Congalton moved to Canada…

Pete Craig

Assumption High School in Windsor, Canada, must have had some…

Joseph Creamer

Prior to his untimely death in July 1918, Dr. Joseph Creamer…

Gus Dugas

Canadian-born Gus Dugas was an injury-plagued journeyman major…

Babe Dye

When thinking of multi-sport athletes from Toronto, the first…

Bob Emslie

Forced to wear a hairpiece because he suffered from premature…

Russ Ford

The first player born in the western Canadian province of Manitoba…

Jeff Francis

For those of you have never heard of the Magnus Force, as first…

Ted Giannoulas (San Diego Chicken)

This biography appears in San Diego Padres: The First Half Century…

George Gibson

Over the three-year period from 1908 to 1910, Pittsburgh Pirates…

Roland Gladu

Roland Gladu was a major sports figure in Quebec for decades.…

Jack Graney

Today Jack Graney is best remembered as the man of the firsts.…

Calvin Griffith

When Calvin Griffith sold the Minnesota Twins in 1984, he was…

Jeff Heath

Jeff Heath was 33 years old and in his 13th big-league season…

John Hiller

When John Hiller retired in 1980 after 15 seasons, all with Detroit,…

Peter Hoy

Reference sources correctly note that Peter Alexander Hoy was…

Arthur Irwin

Even for serious fans of early baseball, it can be difficult…

Fergie Jenkins

Ferguson Arthur Jenkins, Jr. was a dominant right-handed pitcher…

Oscar Judd

It took Oscar Judd until he was 33 years old to make the big…