Vic Davalillo

The Los Angeles Dodgers had a pair of antique dueling pistols…

Dick Donovan

Ken Coleman, the legendary broadcaster of the Cleveland Indians,…

Don Drysdale

“Hitters would dig a hole and really get anchored with their…

Ryne Duren

With his poor eyesight, and notoriously poor control, flame-throwing…

Johnny Edwards

“I prided myself on being a good defensive catcher,” three-time…

Dick Ellsworth

In Candlestick Park on September 2, 1963, the final nine outs…

Chuck Estrada

The elder statesman of the Baby Birds staff that vaulted the…

Andy Etchebarren

Five years after being signed to a minor-league contract by the…

Elroy Face

Baseball is a game in which one or two numbers can become burned…

Turk Farrell

A late-inning home run by Willie Mays was the decisive blow in…

Curt Flood

Curt Flood was a vital cog in the 1964 Cardinals’ world championship…

Whitey Ford

No compilation of baseball’s all-time top left-handed pitchers…

Mike Fornieles

One of a long line of Cuban players to pass through the Washington…

Nellie Fox

Nellie Fox was the heart of the 1959 Go-Go White Sox, the team…

Tito Francona

After capturing the American League pennant in 1954, the Cleveland…

Bill Freehan

Widely regarded as one of the game’s best defensive catchers…

Jim Fregosi

Most famous today for being on the wrong end of one of history’s…

Bob Friend

Bob Friend was one of baseball’s more consistent starting pitchers…

Woodie Fryman

“Let’s face it, I’m more a thrower than a pitcher,”1…

Jim Gentile

The Yankees grabbed all the headlines in 1961. Roger Maris set…

Bob Gibson

“Hoot, you’re on your way. Nothing can stop you now.” —…

Mudcat Grant

The 1965 World Series moved to Metropolitan Stadium for Game…
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Dick Groat

Before Bo Jackson and Deion Sanders made “two-sport athletes”…

Jerry Grote

“For quickness in getting rid of the ball and accuracy, I’d…