Craig Biggio

While a catcher for the Seton Hall University Pirates in 1987,…

Wade Boggs

“That kid’s got a hell of a stance! Everything’s perfect!…

Morgan Bulkeley

There’s a bridge that stretches across the Connecticut River,…

Roy Campanella

Roy Campanella was the sixth acknowledged black player to appear…

Alexander Cartwright

Other than Abner Doubleday, perhaps no person associated with…

Happy Chandler

Few 20th-century politicians had a more impressive résumé than…

Leon Day

"If we had one game to win, we wanted Leon to pitch." — Monte…

Hugh Duffy

For decades, Hugh Duffy was a franchise fixture in Boston, a…
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Tom Glavine

“Yeah, we followed his lead, and it doesn’t take a rocket…

Billy Herman

The March 20, 1941, edition of the Sporting News brandished this…

Derek Jeter

Seems to Move in Perpetual Sunshine.1“Baseball is a lot about…

Randy Johnson

Heading into the 2004 season, it seemed as if Randy Johnson had…

Judy Johnson

“Judy Johnson was the smartest baseball player I ever came…

Larry MacPhail

Flamboyant, visionary, ego — or monomaniacal, tempestuous,…

Jim O’Rourke

During a playing career that spanned a remarkable six decades,…

Satchel Paige

Satchel Paige threw his first pitch in professional baseball…

Jim Rice

James Edward Rice was born on Sunday, March 8, 1953, in Anderson,…

Frank Robinson

Frank Robinson would not want to be remembered as a racial…

Jacob Ruppert

The New York Yankees dynasty began with Jacob Ruppert Jr. When…

Amos Rusie

The velocity of his fastballs earned him the nickname “The…

Hilton Smith

"I was born in 1912 [sic] in Giddings, Texas, a little town between…

Billy Southworth

Billy Southworth was like Casey Stengel’s long-lost brother…

Zack Wheat

Zack Wheat remains the Dodgers all-time franchise leader in hits,…

Harry Wright

William Henry Wright, better known to the baseball community…