Johnny Mize

In 1947 Johnny Mize did something unmatched in baseball history.…

Jo-Jo Moore

Casey Stengel, manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers from 1934 to 1936,…

Terry Moore

Teammates remembered his hands — “bear claws for hands,”…

Wally Moses

A speedy line-drive-lashing lefty with a strong arm, veteran…

Van Lingle Mungo

“He is another Vance, another Dazzy, I’m telling you. Hasn’t…

Johnny Murphy

Johnny Murphy was an ace relief pitcher for the 1930s New York…

Buddy Myer

Buddy Myer was the “cocky little second baseman” of the Washington…

Bobo Newsom

Few Major League players were traded as often as pitcher Louis…

Lefty O'Doul

Few have eclipsed Lefty O'Doul as a baseball legend in San Francisco.…

Mel Ott

Mel Ott's life is a classic rags-to-riches story of a naive,…

Babe Phelps

New York's Penn Station was all hustle and bustle on the sunny…

Rip Radcliff

He had more to do with its demise than its institution: nevertheless,…

Red Rolfe

Waving goodbye, the impeccably dressed young man with fiery red…

Schoolboy Rowe

Right-hander Schoolboy Rowe endured chronic, career-threatening…

Red Ruffing

Hall of Famer Red Ruffing’s career is a reminder that you can’t…

Babe Ruth

During his five full seasons with the Boston Red Sox, Babe Ruth…

Hal Schumacher

Pitcher Hal Schumacher spent his entire major league career with…

George Selkirk

Babe Ruth is considered by many, if not most, baseball fans,…

Luke Sewell

The 1933 season was in only its third week when the Washington…

Al Simmons

Al Simmons (Aloysius Harry Szymanski) was a premier hitter and…

Bill Terry

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

Cecil Travis

Cecil Howell Travis was a three-time All-Star who played in twelve…

Pie Traynor

For one generation of Pittsburghers, Pie Traynor was that tanned,…

Johnny Vander Meer

Cincinnati Reds pitcher Johnny Vander Meer was close to achieving…