Harry Agganis

More than five decades later, his legend has not faded. The…

Frank Baumann

One of the premier “bonus babies” of the 1950s, Frank Matt…

Milt Bolling

Was it nature or nurture? Plenty of both figured in the life…

Tom Brewer

Though Thomas Austin Brewer Jr. was a lifelong resident of Cheraw,…

Don Buddin

Don Buddin played shortstop for the Red Sox in 1956 and then,…

Jerry Casale

Brooklyn–born Gennaro Joseph Casale, better known as Jerry,…

Billy Consolo

William Angelo Consolo was born in Cleveland, Ohio, on August…

Joe Cronin

Star player, manager, general manager, league president—only…

Pete Daley

Catcher Pete Daley played in seven major-league seasons, including…

Ike Delock

A vital part of the Boston Red Sox teams of the 1950s and early…

Walt Dropo

The Moose from Moosup – an easy nickname to pin on a 6-foot-5,…

Mike Fornieles

One of a long line of Cuban players to pass through the Washington…

Dick Gernert

Reading, Pennsylvania, which calls itself Baseballtown, has been…

Billy Goodman

The late 1940s Boston Red Sox consisted of larger-than-life,…

Curt Gowdy

In a career spanning more than 40 years, Curt Gowdy became recognized…

Pumpsie Green

He’s been termed a “reluctant pioneer.” All Pumpsie Green…

Mike Higgins

Mike Higgins was a fine player, a successful minor-league manager,…

Tom Hurd

Originally signed by the White Sox as a shortstop, Tom Hurd finally…

Jackie Jensen

Jackie Jensen, the blond rugged Californian who attained great…

Billy Jurges

Billy Jurges, a star shortstop for the Chicago Cubs (1931-1938,…

Russ Kemmerer

Russ Kemmerer pitched a one-hit shutout in his first major-league…

Marty Keough

Marty Keough came from a family with a deep sports tradition…

Leo Kiely

Many major leaguers are more remembered for their accomplishments…

Ellis Kinder

In January 1956, a few months after Ellis Kinder had been sold…