Ron Guidry

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

Frank Howard

He was not the first man to be recognized as a threat to break…

Larry Hisle

Consider the two nearly identical rookie seasons below:   AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI AVG Player…

Keith Hernandez

Keith Hernandez, one of the major leagues’ all-time best fielding…

Steve Hargan

Owing to their 87 wins in 1965 and their first winning season…

Willie Horton

A standout on the sandlots of Detroit, Willie Horton became the…

Bud Harrelson

For a player who endured nicknames such as Twiggy, Mini-Hawk,…

Tommy John

The remarkable longevity of Thomas Edward John’s career is…

John Hiller

When John Hiller retired in 1980 after 15 seasons, all with Detroit,…

George Hendrick

Perhaps no other sport offers redemption to a player more often,…

Jerry Grote

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

Catfish Hunter

For someone who always preferred the simple things in life, James…

Fergie Jenkins

Ferguson Arthur Jenkins, Jr. was a dominant right-handed pitcher…

Bobby Grich

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

Tommy Harper

In 1970, Tommy Harper became a member of what was once among…

Joe Hoerner

Joe Hoerner lived to play baseball and nearly died to play the…

Mike Hargrove

His nickname says it all: The Human Rain Delay. In the years…

Ken Holtzman

Upon his arrival in the major leagues, Ken Holtzman was promoted…

Reggie Jackson

Reginald Martinez Jackson was born on May 18, 1946, in Wyncote,…

Roy Howell

He was a hardnosed player whose blue-collar work ethic maximized…

Alex Johnson

In an era when baseball players, collectively and individually,…

Johnny Grubb

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

Davey Johnson

After a highly successful playing career as both a slick-fielding…

Ken Griffey Sr.

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