Cap Anson

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

Ginger Beaumont

If Ginger Beaumont is remembered today, it's usually for being…

George Brett

Few players have been as synonymous with a team as George Brett…

Pete Browning

A genuine pre-modern national star, one of the major league game's…

Norm Cash

Norm Cash would have loved it. The story drew upon metaphors…

Hal Chase

Hal Chase, whose big league career lasted from 1905 to 1919,…

Joe DiMaggio

“Baseball isn’t statistics; it’s Joe DiMaggio rounding…

Charlie Gehringer

You wind him up in the spring and he goes all summer. He hits…

Chick Hafey

Chick Hafey was one of the first position players in the major…

Rogers Hornsby

Any conversation about the greatest hitter in baseball history…

Al Kaline

Albert William Kaline was born December 19, 1934, to Nicholas…

George Kell

In a career that spanned 15 seasons, George Kell batted .306…

Harvey Kuenn

Picture this: You are standing in a dugout in St Louis. It is…

Nap Lajoie

The first superstar in American League history, Napoleon Lajoie…

Joe Medwick

Ten times he was named to the National League All-Star team;…

Johnny Mize

In 1947 Johnny Mize did something unmatched in baseball history.…

Jim O'Rourke

During a playing career that spanned a remarkable six decades,…

Dave Parker

How you remember Dave Parker depends largely on what you remember…

Kirby Puckett

On his way to the big leagues, he outshined his teammates every…

Pete Reiser

Only a handful of people who saw Pete Reiser in his prime were…

Babe Ruth

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

Sam Thompson

Samuel Luther "Big Sam" Thompson was born on March 5, 1860,…

Paul Waner

Jim Knight and his daughter were in for a surprise when they…

Carl Yastrzemski

Saddled with the burden of replacing one of baseball's legendary…