Orlando Cepeda (THE TOPPS COMPANY)

Orlando Cepeda

When Orlando Cepeda stood on the podium in Cooperstown, New York,…

Bob Cerv

Bob Cerv survived kamikaze attacks in World War II and put all…

Gino Cimoli

“They set all the records and we won the game.” That was…

Jerry Coleman

Jerry Coleman was a true American war hero who played a little…

Gene Conley

Gene Conley excelled at the major-league level of two sports…

Sandy Consuegra

A glorious, romantic, and competitive era of Cuban amateur baseball…
Walker Cooper (TRADING CARD DB)

Walker Cooper

In his prime in the 1940s, Walker Cooper was thought to be the…

Del Crandall

Less than four months after his 19th birthday, Del Crandall became…

George Crowe

George Crowe was Indiana’s first Mr. Basketball and became…
Joe Cunningham (TRADING CARD DB)

Joe Cunningham

Joe Cunningham was a left-handed first baseman and converted…

Bud Daley

October 9, 1961. Game Five of the World Series, at Cincinnati’s…

Alvin Dark

President John F. Kennedy was said to have correctly answered…

Murry Dickson

Murry Dickson was a "little righty," a breed of pitcher shunned…

Dom DiMaggio

Who hits the ball and makes it go? Dominic DiMaggio. Who runs…

Joe DiMaggio

“Baseball isn’t statistics; it’s Joe DiMaggio rounding…

Larry Doby

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

Bobby Doerr

It was Ted Williams who dubbed Bobby Doerr "the silent captain…

Dick Donovan

Ken Coleman, the legendary broadcaster of the Cleveland Indians,…

Walt Dropo

The Moose from Moosup – an easy nickname to pin on a 6-foot-5,…

Don Drysdale

“Hitters would dig a hole and really get anchored with their…

Ryne Duren

With his poor eyesight, and notoriously poor control, flame-throwing…

Bruce Edwards

The Brooklyn Dodgers had great teams in the immediate post-war…

Bob Elliott

A consistent and sometimes spectacular player, Bob Elliott was…
Don Elston (THE TOPPS COMPANY)

Don Elston

“It’s the starting pitcher’s job to win the game. My job…