Henry Aaron

“Henry Aaron in the second inning walked and scored. He’s…

Tony Armas

In the 2015 season, Miguel Cabrera surpassed Andrés Galarraga…

Wally Berger

Walter Anton ("Wally") Berger, whose hitting for power and average…

Ty Cobb

Perhaps the most competitive and complex personality ever to…

Jimmy Collins

The initial third baseman enshrined in the Baseball Hall of Fame,…

Tony Conigliaro

No matter how you measure it, Tony Conigliaro’s career got…

Harry Davis

Long before Babe Ruth revolutionized the game with the home run,…

Larry Doby

Larry Doby is best remembered for becoming the first black player…

Jack Fournier

During a fifteen-year major-league career that spanned the Deadball…

Andres Galarraga

Andrés Jose Padovani Galarraga was known as the Big Cat, or…

Hank Greenberg

Any list of the greatest sluggers ever to wear a Detroit Tigers…

Bobby Grich

Bobby Grich was one of the best second basemen in baseball over…

Bug Holliday

After experiencing success in its infancy as the birthplace of…

Harmon Killebrew

It may have seemed like an eternity. As in many cases when…

Willie Mays

"If somebody came up and hit .450, stole 100 bases, and performed…

Bid McPhee

John Alexander "Bid" McPhee, baseball's greatest second baseman…

Eddie Murray

“That night might have been the best thing anyone has done…

Graig Nettles

He was blessed with cat-like reflexes, an accurate arm, and the…

Ben Oglivie

Benjamin Ambrosio (Palmer) Oglivie was born in Colòn, Panama,…

Lip Pike

Born May 25, 1845, Lipman Emanuel Pike was the first great Jewish…

Wally Pipp

Tall, lithe-limbed and broad-shouldered, the 6-foot-2, 180-pound…

Frank Schulte

Frank M. Schulte was the slugging right fielder for the great…

Sammy Sosa

Who is the real Sammy Sosa? Is he the charismatic slugger whose…

Tris Speaker

Tris Speaker, Ty Cobb’s friendly rival as the greatest center…