Cap Anson

Cap Anson, baseball's first superstar, was the dominant on-field…

Wade Boggs

“That kid’s got a hell of a stance! Everything’s perfect!…

Mordecai Brown

Mordecai Peter Centennial Brown, best known today for his unusual…

Jose Canseco

Perhaps no other player in major-league history has been blessed…

Roger Clemens

Roger Clemens’ last major-league start, on October 7, 2007…

Jim Creighton

James Creighton was the greatest pitcher of his day. Famous principally…

Ken Griffey Jr.

While the honor of having the sweetest swing in baseball may…

Harry Hooper

One of the best defensive right-fielders in baseball history…

Shoeless Joe Jackson

Shoeless Joe Jackson was a country boy from South Carolina who…

Nap Lajoie

The first superstar in American League history, Napoleon Lajoie…

Don Mattingly

Talk of Don Mattingly’s worthiness for enshrinement in the…

Steve Sax

Sometimes it is by chance. Sometimes it is inevitable. But each…

Mike Scioscia

A 13-year veteran catcher, Mike Scioscia has—through 2017—managed…

Homer Simpson

Homer Simpson may live forever in baseball history as the man…

Ozzie Smith

He was called the Wizard of Oz for his phenomenal fielding…

Darryl Strawberry

For many African American males growing up in poverty-stricken…

Gabby Street

Gabby Street may not have been much of a batsman in his career.…

Pie Traynor

For one generation of Pittsburghers, Pie Traynor was that tanned,…

Honus Wagner

“There ain’t much to being a ballplayer, if you’re a ballplayer,”…