Hank Aaron

“Henry Aaron in the second inning walked and scored. He’s…

Joe Adcock

Joe Adcock smashed some of the longest home runs ever witnessed.…

Tommie Agee

Tommie Agee was one of the key components to the 1969 Miracle…

Dick Allen

“The rumors are that [rookie] Allen is not returning with the…

Gene Alley

Former Pittsburgh Pirates shortstop Gene Alley made a living…

Bob Allison

Three-time All-Star and 1959 Rookie of the Year Bob Allison was…

Felipe Alou

Upon arriving in the United States in the spring of 1956, without…

Matty Alou

 Most famous today for being the second of three baseball-playing…

George Altman

As the title of his 2013 autobiography showed, George Altman’s…

Max Alvis

Like many other ball clubs, the Cleveland Indians opened spring…

Mike Andrews

From his key contributions as a rookie on the pennant-winning…

Luis Aparicio

The name Luis Aparicio is closely linked with Venezuela. Both…

Luis Arroyo

Luis Arroyo was a chunky little Puerto Rican southpaw whose out…

Richie Ashburn

Don Richard “Richie” Ashburn, a Hall of Fame outfielder,…

Joe Azcue

Joe Azcue caught just shy of 1,000 major-league baseball games…

Ed Bailey

"I’m a damn good catcher, if I do have to say so myself,”…

Sal Bando

Team captain Sal Bando was the glue that held the volatile Oakland…

Ernie Banks

"Jarvis fires away … That’s a fly ball, deep to left, back,…

Steve Barber

Steve Barber was a wild left-handed pitcher with a cannonball…

Earl Battey

Earl Jesse Battey, Jr. was one of the top defensive catchers…

Glenn Beckert

Glenn Beckert had a good-but-not-great career for the good-but-not-great…

Gary Bell

Gary Bell was a wisecracking righthander who came up as a phenom…

Johnny Bench

A generation after Johnny Bench’s last game, he remains the…

Yogi Berra

Many images come to mind when one hears the name Yogi Berra.…