Carl Erskine

Romeo had Juliet, Anthony had Cleopatra, and the borough of Brooklyn…

Hoot Evers

Hoot Evers’ career is a tale of what might have been. He…

Roy Face

Baseball is a game in which one or two numbers can become burned…

Ferris Fain

When asked to make a list of the best hitters of the late 1940s…

Turk Farrell

A late-inning home run by Willie Mays was the decisive blow in…

Bob Feller

Bob Feller was a 35-year-old veteran of 15 major-league seasons…

Jim Finigan

In April 1954, as Philadelphia Athletics third baseman Jim Finigan…

Whitey Ford

No compilation of baseball’s all-time top left-handed pitchers…

Nellie Fox

Nellie Fox was the heart of the 1959 Go-Go White Sox, the team…

Bob Friend

Bob Friend was one of baseball’s more consistent starting pitchers…

Mike Garcia

The Cleveland Indians boasted one of the strongest corps of starting…

Ned Garver

When Ned Garver won his 20th game on the last day of the 1951…

Jim Gilliam

Jim Gilliam’s career was marked by a relentless, intelligent…

Billy Goodman

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

Marv Grissom

"When I was on the island of Tinian in the Marianas in '45, Johnny…
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Dick Groat

Before Bo Jackson and Deion Sanders made “two-sport athletes”…

Randy Gumpert

Randy Gumpert was feeling flush with confidence in the spring…

Harvey Haddix

Whenever the name Harvey Haddix is mentioned, there is usually…

Granny Hamner

In 1964 Robert Carpenter, the Philadelphia Phillies president…

Grady Hatton

If not for two years of military service and four years at the…

Jim Hearn

“I certainly had no idea of ever being a pitcher. I had never…

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,…

Don Hoak

To his contemporaries, he was a hard-nosed player, a throwback…