Lou Boudreau

In 1942, the Cleveland Indians chose their slow-footed, hard-hitting,…

Jake Daubert

Escaping the Pennsylvania coal mines, which claimed the life…

Larry Doyle

A left-handed hitter with power and speed who batted .290 over…

Jack Glasscock

John Wesley "Jack," "Pebbly Jack" Glasscock is considered by…

Billy Goodman

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

Goose Goslin

Baseball Commissioner Kenesaw Mountain Landis called the 1935…

Todd Helton

You come to Colorado, the first guy you talk about is Todd Helton.…

Alex Johnson

In an era when baseball players, collectively and individually,…

Willie Keeler

A diminutive lefty who was one of baseball’s biggest stars…

Ernie Lombardi

It is one of those records that may never be equaled, much less…

Sherry Magee

Today we would call Sherry Magee a five-tool player: he could…

Heinie Manush

Mastering the art of the line drive but unable to master his…

Don Mattingly

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

Stan Musial

"How good was Stan Musial? He was good enough to take your breath…

Dave Orr

Big Dave Orr was truly one of the giants of baseball in his day,…

Edd Roush

Known as one of the feistiest players in baseball history, Edd…

Bill Terry

William Harold "Bill" Terry was a superior first baseman in…

Honus Wagner

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

Bernie Williams

Center field at Yankee Stadium is hallowed ground. Once upon…

Ted Williams

Any argument as to the greatest hitter of all time always involves…

Artie Wilson

Artie Wilson’s career makes just the barest impression in the…

Chicken Wolf

William Van Winkle Wolf was born on May 12, 1862 in Louisville,…