Frankie Hayes

A five-time All-Star, catcher Frankie Hayes had a lengthy career…

Billy Herman

The March 20, 1941, edition of the Sporting News brandished this…

Mike Higgins

Mike Higgins was a fine player, a successful minor-league manager,…

Oral Hildebrand

Six-foot-three right-hander Oral Hildebrand was a .500 pitcher…

Carl Hubbell

Carl Owen Hubbell, one of the top pitchers of the 1930s, is rated…

Travis Jackson

During the 1920s and 1930s the New York Giants captured seven…

Bob Johnson

Because he was born on an Indian reservation, Bob Johnson was…

Billy Jurges

Billy Jurges, a star shortstop for the Chicago Cubs (1931-1938,…

Vern Kennedy

In the spring of 1992, at the age of 84, Vernon Kennedy was still…

Chuck Klein

Charles Herbert Klein was born in Indianapolis, Indiana, on October…

Cookie Lavagetto

Harry Arthur “Cookie” Lavagetto is best known for one swing…

Tony Lazzeri

Day after day at Salt Lake City, Utah in 1925, Bill Essick, a…

Bill Lee ("Big Bill")

He wasn’t flamboyant like his contemporary Dizzy Dean and didn’t…

Buddy Lewis

“With a fine disregard of flying regulations here came this…

Ernie Lombardi

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

Al Lopez

He was equally as adept at coordinating pitchers and throwing…

Ted Lyons

Ted Lyons is remembered as the “Sunday pitcher” who started…

Connie Mack

He was known as “The Tall Tactician” and was baseball’s…

Gus Mancuso

Popular, smiling catcher Gus Mancuso played in five World Series…

Heinie Manush

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

Pepper Martin

The only thing a team with players named Dizzy, Ducky, and…

John McGraw

John McGraw was perhaps the National League's most influential…

George McQuinn

It was a long journey for George McQuinn to the 1947 New York…

Joe Medwick

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