Randy Jones

“It happens every time. They cheer him even before he throws…

Sandy Koufax

“Mystique” is a word often linked with Sandy Koufax. He was…

Vern Law

The 1960 Pittsburgh Pirates had their fair share of heroes and…

Jim Lonborg

He made his big-league debut on a day when Rev. Martin Luther…

Sparky Lyle

"Why pitch nine innings when you can get just as famous pitching…

Greg Maddux

On August 26, 1995, Greg Maddux was at Wrigley Field in Chicago,…

Pedro Martinez

Fred Claire wasn’t a politician. However, like many politicians,…

Mike McCormick

Mike McCormick was a $50,000 bonus baby at 17, a sore-armed castoff…

Denny McLain

On September 19, 1968, at Tiger Stadium, Detroit right-hander…

Don Newcombe

“What I have done after my baseball career and being able to…

Jim Palmer

In an era filled with pitching stars, many of them working for…

Jake Peavy

This biography appears in San Diego Padres: The First Half Century…

Gaylord Perry

Gaylord Perry, one of the premier pitchers of his generation,…

Jim Perry

New York fans had to be pleased at the scene that was unfolding…

Bret Saberhagen

“Times of adversity make you stronger. And sometimes those…

Mike Scott

The split-finger fastball became a popular weapon for pitchers…
Tom Seaver (TRADING CARD DB)

Tom Seaver

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

John Smoltz

The Atlanta Braves’ three aces may be the greatest pitching…

Warren Spahn

The fifth-winningest pitcher of all time, Warren Spahn went 363-245…

Steve Stone

Rene Descartes: "I think; therefore, I am." Steve Stone stepped…

Bruce Sutter

Imagine you’re standing at the plate. You see the pitch coming…

Bob Turley

Bob Turley was a rich businessman who once won a Cy Young Award…

Frank Viola

As a young pitcher, Frank Viola frequently beat himself. But…

Pete Vuckovich

Pete Vuckovich was a menacing figure. He was big: 6-feet-4 and…