Jimmie Foxx

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

Larry French

One of the most overlooked and underrated pitchers of the 1930s,…

Lonny Frey

The Cincinnati Reds of the 1930s were the National League’s…

Augie Galan

Donning the uniforms of the Chicago Cubs and Brooklyn Dodgers…

Billy Goodman

The late 1940s Boston Red Sox consisted of larger-than-life,…

Joe Gordon

Larry Doby did not know what to expect as he arrived in Chicago…

Sid Gordon

Sid Gordon was a solid ballplayer with the New York Giants, the…

Hank Greenberg

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

Hal Gregg

We often read or hear about pitchers developing arm strength…

Frankie Gustine

“Baseball had always been in my blood,” said versatile infielder…

Stan Hack

There are fewer third basemen in the Hall of Fame than players…

Mickey Harris

“Me a pop-off? Aw, that’s bunk.” -- Mickey Harris, Boston…

Frankie Hayes

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

Joe Haynes

Pitcher Joe Haynes fell in love with the boss’ daughter at the…

Jeff Heath

Jeff Heath was 33 years old and in his 13th big-league season…

Jim Hegan

The Cleveland Indians of the early 1950s, including the 1954…

Tommy Henrich

“What do [you] think of Tommy Henrich?”“I don’t know,…

Billy Herman

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

Kirby Higbe

Kirby Higbe, a good old boy from South Carolina was a hell-raiser…

Mike Higgins

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

Gil Hodges

"Not getting booed at Ebbets Field was an amazing thing. Those…

Tommy Holmes

A severe sinus condition kept Tommy Holmes out of the service…

Carl Hubbell

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

Don Johnson

“They’ve made a simple game complicated,” Don Johnson said…