Randy Jackson

Although Ransom “Randy” Jackson later suggested with tongue…

Billy Hoeft

Could one imagine a better prospect than young left-hander Billy…

Ray Jablonski

In August 1953, as St. Louis Cardinals third baseman Ray Jablonski…

Larry Jackson

Almost. That’s Larry Jackson’s career in a word. He almost…

Ted Kluszewski

The area known as Argo is located eight miles west of Chicago’s…

Brooks Lawrence

Two months after Ulysses Brooks Lawrence’s major-league debut…

Elston Howard

Elston Howard was born February 23, 1929, in St. Louis, Missouri,…

Gil Hodges

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

Ralph Kiner

Ralph Kiner was baseball’s leading home-run hitter for a few…

Sam Jones

Sam Jones was an intimidating pitcher. He was big (6 feet 4…

Jim Konstanty

In 1950 Casimir James Konstanty, a sometime gym teacher and baseball…

George Kell

In a career that spanned 15 seasons, George Kell batted .306…

Harvey Kuenn

Picture this: You are standing in a dugout in St Louis. It is…

Al Kaline

Albert William Kaline was born December 19, 1934, to Nicholas…

Larry Jansen

It is largely forgotten that Larry Jansen was the winning pitcher…

Monte Irvin

Of all those who proudly wore the uniform of the Newark Eagles…

Eddie Joost

One thing about Eddie Joost — he learned how to work a walk.…

Clem Labine

One of the most important games hurled by Clement Walter Labine…

Art Houtteman

Pitcher Art Houtteman was known as "Hard Luck" Houtteman -- and…

Frank Lary

Frank Strong Lary, a talented, hard-throwing right hander for…

Willie Jones

“Oh, Puddin’ Head Jones was fat and funny Dumber than sticks…

Tony Kubek

Tony Kubek was a bit anxious. Not just because he was the starting…

Don Hoak

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

Jackie Jensen

Jackie Jensen, the blond rugged Californian who attained great…