Steve Rogers

For many people, Steve Rogers is the guy who gave up the game-winning…

Cookie Rojas

Cookie Rojas is one of a handful of major leaguers who played…

Pete Rose

The 1970 All-Star Game, at Riverfront Stadium in Cincinnati,…

Joe Rudi

Solid left fielder Joe Rudi was a core member of the Oakland…

Nolan Ryan

Nolan Ryan has more strikeouts and no-hitters than any other…

Joe Sambito

Considering that his professional career almost ended before…

Manny Sanguillen

In his memoir, former Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher Steve Blass…

Ron Santo

On June 26, 1960, Ernie Banks sat next to the recent call-up…
Mike Schmidt (MLB.COM)

Mike Schmidt

By the time Mike Schmidt retired early in the 1989 season,…

George Scott

George Scott's professional baseball career spanned 41 years…
Tom Seaver (TRADING CARD DB)

Tom Seaver

4,256. 755. 5,714. 511. .366. As baseball has often been described…

Sonny Siebert

“Swung on, a fly ball to left field! There goes Hinton. He’s…

Ted Simmons

He was an eight-time All-Star, batted .300-plus seven times,…

Wayne Simpson

For the first half of the 1970 season, Cincinnati rookie pitcher…

Bill Singer

Late in his major-league career, Bill Singer pitched a complete-game…
Ken Singleton (YES NETWORK)

Ken Singleton

Patience and power made Ken Singleton one of baseball’s premier…

Jim Slaton

Everyone knows about John Smoltz’s dominance as both a starter…

Reggie Smith

Reggie Smith was a rookie in 1967 when the Boston Red Sox came…
Lary Sorensen (THE TOPPS COMPANY)

Lary Sorensen

As a pitcher, Lary Sorensen handled plenty of challenges over…

Chris Speier

It wasn’t unusual that Chris Speier was a Bay Area dude who…

Don Stanhouse

Although his tenure in Baltimore was limited to two good seasons…

Bob Stanley

The winningest pitcher to ever come out of Maine did not, alas,…

Willie Stargell

Following the Pittsburgh Pirates’ loss to the Chicago Cubs…

Rusty Staub

Daniel Staub? Who the hell is Daniel Staub? Nobody has ever…