Sam Agnew

Sam Agnew is best remembered for being the catcher for both…

Walter Barbare

While he would have a more substantial role playing for three…

Ed Barrow

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

Joe Bush

"Giants Slain By Mere Boy," was the headline of the October 10,…

Jack Coffey

"Atta-boy, Frank"1, the slick-fielding Fordham University shortstop…

Jean Dubuc

For 77 years, the 198-foot Gothic spire of Notre Dame des Victoires…

Harry Frazee

When former Boston Red Sox owner Harry Frazee died on June 4,…

Eusebio Gonzalez

One of the more obscure players in Red Sox history, Eusebio…

Dick Hoblitzell

An intelligent player whom both teammates and opponents respected,…

Walt Kinney

July 1918 was perhaps the most momentous month in Walt Kinney’s…

Dutch Leonard

A hard-throwing, spectacularly talented left-hander who posted…

Wally Mayer

A journeyman who spent parts of seven seasons in the American…

Carl Mays

Carl Mays is best remembered for throwing the pitch that led…

Stuffy McInnis

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times...”…

Hack Miller

In many ways, Lawrence “Hack” Miller was baseball’s version…

Vince Molyneaux

He never had a hit, never made an error, and pitched only 32…

Bill Pertica

Right-handed pitcher Bill Pertica was a prospect who showed promise…

Babe Ruth

During his five full seasons with the Boston Red Sox, Babe Ruth…

Amos Strunk

Lanky and lightning fast, Amos Strunk was one of the best defensive…

Fred Thomas

After eight years as a Boston regular, longtime third baseman…

Frank Truesdale

Frank Truesdale was the classic journeyman player. Generally…

Heinie Wagner

“I don’t care for Rockefeller’s millions and I have no…

George Whiteman

Who was George Whiteman? This is oversimplifying things,…

Weldon Wyckoff

Without the benefit of hindsight, we can imagine that John Weldon…