Matty Alou

 Most famous today for being the second of three baseball-playing…

Richie Ashburn

Don Richard “Richie” Ashburn, a Hall of Fame outfielder,…

Bobby Avila

Cleveland Indians General Manager and Hall of Fame outfielder…

Ross Barnes

"No matter how great you were once upon a time — the years…

Wade Boggs

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

Phil Cavarretta

In 1934, at the height of the Great Depression, 17-year-old Phil…

Ed Delahanty

One of the greatest right-handed sluggers of all time, Ed Delahanty…

Elmer Flick

Best known as the player who Cleveland would not trade for the…

Jimmie Foxx

As he had done many times in recent years, Jimmie Foxx chose…

Carl Furillo

People who saw Carl Furillo play most often talk about his throwing…

Lou Gehrig

On July 4, 1939, between games of a doubleheader at Yankee Stadium,…

Buddy Myer

Buddy Myer was the “cocky little second baseman” of the Washington…

Lefty O'Doul

Few have eclipsed Lefty O'Doul as a baseball legend in San Francisco.…

Paul O'Neill

Paul Andrew O’Neill was born in Columbus, Ohio, on February…

Tony Oliva

Tony Oliva stands at the forefront of an exceedingly select group…

Frank Robinson

Frank Robinson would not want to be remembered as a racial…

Jackie Robinson

Jackie Robinson is perhaps the most historically significant…

Roy Sievers

Overcoming potentially career-ending shoulder injuries in the…

Al Simmons

Al Simmons (Aloysius Harry Szymanski) was a premier hitter and…

George Sisler

Arguably the first great first baseman of the twentieth century,…

Snuffy Stirnweiss

On the morning of September 15, 1958, Central Railroad of New…

Tommy Tucker

Tommy Tucker’s career highlight came in 1889, when he hit .372,…

Zack Wheat

Zack Wheat remains the Dodgers all-time franchise leader in hits,…

Heinie Zimmerman

A versatile fielder who could play second, third, or short, Heinie…