Johnny Allen

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Luke Appling

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Morrie Arnovich

A glorious spring always seemed to be in store for Morrie Arnovich,…

Dick Bartell

A highly competent fielder, a fine hitter, and an aggressive…

Wally Berger

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

Cy Blanton

In 1935 Cy Blanton broke in with the Pittsburgh Pirates in a…

Tommy Bridges

Thomas Jefferson Davis Bridges was born on December 28, 1906,…

Mace Brown

Mace Stanley Brown was on the leading edge of early relief pitching…

Dolph Camilli

In his baseball career, Dolph Camilli experienced the best of…

George Case

George Case was a four-time major-league All-Star who devoted…

Harlond Clift

Harlond Clift was the major leagues’ first modern third baseman,…

Mickey Cochrane

Gordon Stanley "Mickey" Cochrane was one of baseball's greatest…

Ripper Collins

Ruggedly handsome with dark wavy hair, an engaging smile and…

Doc Cramer

Like many businessmen in the aftermath of the 1929 stock market…

Joe Cronin

Star player, manager, general manager, league president—only…

Frankie Crosetti

In 37 seasons as an infielder and third-base coach for the Yankees,…

General Crowder

General Crowder was a durable right-handed pitcher who won more…

Tony Cuccinello

A diminutive Italian from Astoria, New York, on Long Island,…

Kiki Cuyler

Though contemporary newspaper reports typically referred to…

Harry Danning

“The biggest thrill was being able to step on the field,”…

Curt Davis

Curt Davis didn’t make it to the majors until he was 30, although…

Dizzy Dean

Frankie Frisch may have been playing possum, or just being coy.…

Frank Demaree

One more hit or one less at-bat would have given Frank Demaree…

Paul Derringer

To discuss Paul Derringer is to discuss two men-a pitcher with…