Hal Chase

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

Ed Delahanty

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

George Foster

A right-handed power-hitting outfielder, George Foster was…

Jimmie Foxx

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

Lou Gehrig

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

Rogers Hornsby

Any conversation about the greatest hitter in baseball history…

Ralph Kiner

Ralph Kiner was baseball’s leading home-run hitter for a few…

Nap Lajoie

The first superstar in American League history, Napoleon Lajoie…

Tommy Leach

Though standing just 5' 6" and weighing as little as 135 pounds…

Harry Lumley

In addition to his forte of "long hitting," Harry Lumley in his…

Roger Maris

With one extraordinary season Roger Maris secured his place in…

Eddie Mathews

Eddie Mathews, the only man to play for the Braves in Boston,…

Bob Meusel

Silent Bob played the outfield with Combs and Ruth for six years…

Kevin Mitchell

Game Six of the 1986 World Series between the Boston Red Sox…

John Reilly

Born in Cincinnati on October 5, 1858, John Good Reilly would…

Jim Rice

James Edward Rice was born on Sunday, March 8, 1953, in Anderson,…

Frank Robinson

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

George Scott

George Scott's professional baseball career spanned 41 years…

Socks Seybold

At 30 years of age and the last man signed by Connie Mack for…

Duke Snider

A strong, accurate throwing arm, grace, and athleticism made…

Sam Thompson

Samuel Luther "Big Sam" Thompson was born on March 5, 1860,…
Cy Williams (TRADING CARD DB)

Cy Williams

The National League's career home-run leader until his record…

Hack Wilson

A few guys populate Baseball’s Hall of Fame who deserve the…

Heinie Zimmerman

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