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Jim Brewer

Jim Brewer called himself a screwball, and he threw one. It saved…

Bobby Bonds

In 1965, Giants second baseman Hal Lanier and his father, Max,…

Larry Bowa

The Philadelphia Phillies’ World Series victory in 1980 was…

Ed Brinkman

A Gold Glove shortstop but perennial weak hitter, Edwin Albert…

Glenn Beckert

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

Sandy Alomar

A speedy, talented and versatile infielder, Sandy Alomar Sr.…

Vida Blue

Vida Blue burst onto the scene in major-league baseball as a…

Paul Blair

Paul Blair is considered one of the premier defensive center…

Sal Bando

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

Don Baylor

Don Baylor was a hustling player who ran the bases aggressively…

Lou Brock

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

Mark Belanger

The most electrifying defensive shortstop of his generation,…

Don Buford

The leadoff men of the 1960s were known mainly for slapping singles…

Johnny Bench

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

George Brett

Few players have been as synonymous with a team as George Brett…

Luis Aparicio

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

Bert Blyleven

Bert Blyleven’s career statistics speak for themselves: 287…
SABR Digital Library: Dominicans in the Major Leagues

Joaquin Andujar

This biography was published in Dominicans in the Major Leagues…

Jack Billingham

Although the 1970s Reds were famous for their great offense,…

Ken Brett

Longtime scout Joe Stephenson once called Ken Brett "a combination…

Henry Aaron

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

Buddy Bell

The Boston Red Sox were clinging to the slimmest of leads in…

Rick Burleson

When looking back at the career of Rick "The Rooster" Burleson,…

Steve Blass

Shortstop Jackie Hernandez glided behind second base, smoothly…