Ted Cather

A baseball player fighting during a game isn’t that unusual.…

Gene Cocreham

Eugene “Gene” Cocreham, the son of a small-town Texas doctor,…

Wilson Collins

One of the fastest men in the South, Wilson Collins could cover…

Joe Connolly

When baseball fans think about the national pastime and Rhode…

Ensign Cottrell

Ensign Cottrell was a man who was successful at many things in…

Dick Crutcher

On a cold September day in 1914, Richard Luther Crutcher Jr.…

Iron Davis

Scholar-athlete George “Iron” Davis was the secret weapon…

Charlie Deal

When he died in 1979, Charlie Deal was the last surviving member…

Josh Devore

The 1914 season was the fourth in a row in which a team with…

Oscar Dugey

Oscar Dugey, a utility player, was called “the luckiest kid…

Johnny Evers

An excellent bunter, accomplished base stealer, and pesky left-handed…

James Gaffney

Despite frequent citations over the years, it is not common knowledge…

Larry Gilbert

Besides having had a key pinch-hitting appearance in the 1914…

Hank Gowdy

Best known today as the first active major leaguer to enlist…

Tommy Griffith

On July 7, 1910, in New Bedford, Massachusetts, the hometown…

Otto Hess

Otto Hess was a “one year wonder” pitching for Cleveland…

Tom Hughes

When one examines the Miracle Braves’ performance it is obvious…

Bill James

At the end of the 1914 season, 22-year-old Bill James stood on…

Clarence Kraft

Over time, Clarence “Big Boy” Kraft was probably the greatest…

Dolf Luque

Baseball was already a fixture on the Cuban scene by the early…

Les Mann

Philadelphia A’s star left-hander and future Hall of Famer…

Rabbit Maranville

Standing only 5'5" and weighing a good deal less during the Deadball…

Bill Martin

On October 6, 1914, in the second game of a doubleheader, 20-year-old…

Jack Martin

Jack Martin, a slick-fielding but light-hitting shortstop, began…