Glenn Abbott

For Glenn Abbott, his days in the major leagues were filled…

Wilson Alvarez

Wilson was meant to be. The no-hitter he pitched for the White…

Al Atkinson

This biography appears in SABR's No-Hitters book (2017), edited…

Steve Barber

Steve Barber was a wild left-handed pitcher with a cannonball…

Len Barker

Baseball nirvana landed in Cleveland, Ohio, on May 15, 1981.…

Vida Blue

Vida Blue burst onto the scene in major-league baseball as a…

Joe Borden

Joe Borden, an amateur who broke into professional baseball at…

Dallas Braden

Fans might think it’s a no-brainer to pick Dallas Braden’s…

George Bradley

George Washington Bradley1 of the St. Louis Brown Stockings shut…

Theodore Breitenstein

Like Steve Carlton, who won 27 of his team’s 59 victories in…

Tom Browning

During a seven-year period from 1985 to 1991, Tom Browning was…

Bobby Burke

The Washington Senators played in Griffith Stadium for 50 years…

Steve Busby

On June 18, 1974, Paul Splittorff threw a two-hit shutout against…

Nixey Callahan

Though known today as “Nixey” Callahan, the slim, 5-feet-10,…

David Cone

"I like to think of the world’s greatest athlete coming up…

Larry Corcoran

“Flint and Corcoran had funny signals for changes of curves,”…

Bill Dietrich

Hard-throwing right-hander Bill Dietrich battled wildness, struggled…

Bob Feller

Bob Feller was a 35-year-old veteran of 15 major-league seasons…

Rollie Fingers

Rollie Fingers was clearly excited as he caught a leaping Ted…

Ken Forsch

On September 30, 2011, after his team’s 91st victory of the…

Bob Forsch

On October 28, 2011, the St. Louis Cardinals prepared to play…

Roy Halladay

“Toronto will forever hold a special place in my heart. The…

Earl Hamilton

Earl Hamilton, Sad Sam Jones, and Ken Holtzman. What do these…

Devern Hansack

Devern Hansack's brief career in major-league baseball contains…