Harry Simpson

Harry Simpson first saw life as a child in the segregated South.…

Dick Sisler

Dick Sisler, who hit the most famous home run in Phillies history,…

Bob Skinner

After stagnating at the bottom of the National League for much…

Bill Skowron

The telegram was brash and a bit disrespectful. Simply stated,…

Enos Slaughter

Most great players have something similar during their careers:…

Al Smith

Al Smith was an accomplished ballplayer whose major-league career…
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Hal Smith

Hal R. Smith’s seven-year major league career (1956-61; 1965)…

Duke Snider

A strong, accurate throwing arm, grace, and athleticism made…

Warren Spahn

The fifth-winningest pitcher of all time, Warren Spahn went 363-245…

Gerry Staley

On September 22, 1959, with one out and the bases loaded in the…

Eddie Stanky

One can statistically evaluate with some degree of accuracy…

Vern Stephens

The 1940s witnessed a special group of major league shortstops,…

Dean Stone

Left-hander Dean Stone spent parts of eight seasons in the major…

Frank Sullivan

Former Red Sox pitcher Frank Sullivan wore uniform number 18…

Frank Thomas

Frank Thomas played during an era when team owners looked upon…

Bobby Thomson

When New York Giants announcer Russ Hodges uttered the immortal…

Gus Triandos

In 1954 Gus Triandos, a powerfully built catcher who hit a lot…

Virgil Trucks

The last-place Detroit Tigers went to New York to meet the reigning…

Bob Turley

Bob Turley was a rich businessman who once won a Cy Young Award…

Mickey Vernon

In the 1940s and well into the 1950s, the premier first baseman…

Vic Wertz

In the biggest baseball game of his life, the opening contest…

Wally Westlake

The small town of Gridley, California, was established five years…

Wes Westrum

Wes Westrum was a superb defensive catcher for the New York Giants…

Sammy White

Boston fans who liked the way Jason Varitek handles the Red Sox…