Vic Raschi

In the Yankees’ unprecedented streak of five straight World…

Pee Wee Reese

Outside MCU Park in Coney Island, there stands a statue of two…

Rip Repulski

Eldon John “Rip” Repulski was a major-league ballplayer from…

Allie Reynolds

Because of religious strictures imposed by his parents, Allie…

Bobby Richardson

Bobby Richardson played second base for the New York Yankees…

Phil Rizzuto

When Phil Rizzuto went to his first Major League tryout, a New…

Robin Roberts

From 1950 to 1955, Robin Roberts was the top right-hander in…

Frank Robinson

Frank Robinson would not want to be remembered as a racial…

Jackie Robinson

Jackie Robinson is perhaps the most historically significant…

Eddie Robinson

Former Rangers general manager Eddie Robinson may hold the record…

Preacher Roe

How do you throw a spitball? “The idea is to get part of your…

John Roseboro

“It’s too bad,” John Roseboro said, “because a ballplayer…

Al Rosen

As Rose Rosen watched her son Al play with other kids, she frequently…

Pete Runnels

James Edward "Pete" Runnels occupies a place in Washington Senator…

Johnny Sain

First we’ll use Spahn, then we’ll use Sain, Then an off…

Jack Sanford

Jack Sanford got his start in baseball with a push from his big…

Hank Sauer

When the 1952 season ended, Hank Sauer, the heavy-hitting left…

Ray Scarborough

Right-hander Ray Scarborough pitched for the Senators, White…

Red Schoendienst

On October 28, 2011, the St. Louis Cardinals won their 11th World…

Herb Score

“It’s going to be a tough act for the kid to follow,” said…

Andy Seminick

Andy Seminick was a rock-solid catcher who had a career year…

Bobby Shantz

Almost every scout considered him too short (5-feet-6½) to be…

Roy Sievers

Overcoming potentially career-ending shoulder injuries in the…

Curt Simmons

Curt Simmons left the visiting dugout and was moving through…