Ron Fairly

Ron Fairly was born to be a major leaguer on July 12, 1938. His…

Mark Fidrych

Although he pitched in only 58 major-league games in his tragically…

Rollie Fingers

Rollie Fingers was clearly excited as he caught a leaping Ted…

Carlton Fisk

Born in Bellows Falls, Vermont, on December 26, 1947, Carlton…

Mike Flanagan

Mike Flanagan was the ace of a Baltimore Orioles staff for over…

Ken Forsch

On September 30, 2011, after his team’s 91st victory of the…

Ray Fosse

On June 24, 1970, the Cleveland Indians were visiting New York…

George Foster

A right-handed power-hitting outfielder, George Foster was a…

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…

Woodie Fryman

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

Phil Garner

What does Phil Garner have in common with Sir Edmund Hillary…

Ralph Garr

Longtime Los Angeles Times columnist Jim Murray once wrote that…

Steve Garvey

Steve Garvey was the epitome of the Southern California cultural…

Cito Gaston

Clarence "Cito" Gaston was a National League outfielder from…

Bob Gibson

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

Dave Giusti

On April 20, 1970, at Forbes Field in Pittsburgh, a new pitching…

Rich Gossage

Rich “Goose” Gossage was “the type of relief pitcher that…

Billy Grabarkewitz

A master of the one-liner, Billy Grabarkewitz once claimed that…

Bobby Grich

Bobby Grich was one of the best second basemen in baseball over…

Ken Griffey Sr.

Baseball lore is rich with stories of fathers and sons playing…

Jerry Grote

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

Johnny Grubb

The 1984 Detroit Tigers were a team filled with larger-than-life…

Ron Guidry

"I’ve always said Ron Guidry, pound for pound., was the fiercest…