Dale Mitchell

The small town of Colony, Oklahoma, began as an agricultural…

Johnny Mize

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

Vinegar Bend Mizell

The small community of Vinegar Bend, Alabama, provided an unusual…

Wally Moon

When Wally Moon came to bat for the first time in the majors,…

Don Mossi

One of the rarest things in baseball is a shut-down righty-lefty…

Don Mueller

Outfielder Don Mueller was a hard man to strike out – in five…

Stan Musial

"How good was Stan Musial? He was good enough to take your breath…

Ray Narleski

The hot days of summer strolled lazily by Cleveland in 1954.…

Charlie Neal

The huge Brooklyn Dodgers farm system grew infield prospects…

Don Newcombe

“What I have done after my baseball career and being able to…

Joe Nuxhall

One of baseball’s charms is its lack of timekeeping. Though…

Billy O'Dell

Left-handed pitcher William Oliver “Billy” O’Dell, nicknamed…

Andy Pafko

He is a permanent part of baseball lore. He played for the Chicago…

Satchel Paige

Satchel Paige threw his first pitch in professional baseball…

Mel Parnell

Mel Parnell devoted a full decade to the Boston Red Sox, from…

Camilo Pascual

“First in war, first in peace, and last in the American League”1…

Billy Pierce

Talk about your quick-starting careers. Billy Pierce didn’t…

Jim Piersall

Jimmy Piersall played 20 years of professional baseball, including…

Vada Pinson

Vada Edward Pinson, Jr., star center fielder for the Cincinnati…

Johnny Podres

Outside the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown,…

Bob Porterfield

Manager Casey Stengel summed up Bob Porterfield’s career with…

Vic Power

The game meant nothing. Well, virtually nothing. The Detroit…

Bob Purkey

Right-hander Bob Purkey learned the knuckleball from Branch Rickey…

Pedro Ramos

Despite 100-plus big-league victories, a half-dozen straight…