Paul Blair

Paul Blair is considered one of the premier defensive center…

Jim Bouton

Although he became a star for the most famous team in baseball,…

Ken Boyer

Signed by the St. Louis Cardinals as a pitcher, Ken Boyer became…

Eddie Bressoud

Eddie Bressoud played over 1,000 big-league games as a shortstop…

Lou Brock

"Some in the press and in the stands considered him too casual…

Bob Buhl

“I was mean on the mound,” said Bob Buhl, a tough competitor…

Jim Bunning

“There are those who can, and there are those who will,”…

Smoky Burgess

“Smoky Burgess was fat. Not baseball fat like Mickey Lolich…

Johnny Callison

Early in his 16-year major-league career, Johnny Callison was…

Bert Campaneris

Bert Campaneris had a distinguished 20-year major-league career…

Chris Cannizzaro

“[T]he first major-league pitch I ever called for [was] a curve…

Rod Carew

“He has no weakness as a hitter. Pitch him inside, outside,…

Steve Carlton

The 1980 season was a banner year for Steve Carlton. Lefty, as…

Paul Casanova

Paulino Casanova — known to English speakers simply as Paul…

Norm Cash

Norm Cash would have loved it. The story drew upon metaphors…
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Orlando Cepeda

When Orlando Cepeda stood on the podium in Cooperstown, New York,…

Dean Chance

“Every time I see his name on a lineup card, I feel like throwing…

Roberto Clemente

Roberto Clemente's greatness transcended the diamond. On it,…

Rocky Colavito

On May 12, 1961, the Detroit Tigers were visiting New York to…

Tony Conigliaro

No matter how you measure it, Tony Conigliaro’s career got…

Del Crandall

Less than four months after his 19th birthday, Del Crandall became…

Mike Cuellar

Mike Cuellar was a four-time 20-game winner for the Baltimore…

Ray Culp

In an era very favorable to pitchers, Ray Culp strung together…

Bud Daley

October 9, 1961. Game Five of the World Series, at Cincinnati’s…