Marty Marion

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Roger Maris

With one extraordinary season Roger Maris secured his place in…

Don Mattingly

Talk of Don Mattingly’s worthiness for enshrinement in the…

Willie Mays

"If somebody came up and hit .450, stole 100 bases, and performed…

Frank McCormick

In three different seasons — 1939, 1941, and 1944 — Frank…

Willie McCovey

In Jim Bouton’s revelatory 1970 book Ball Four, he describes…

Denny McLain

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

Joe Medwick

Ten times he was named to the National League All-Star team;…

Kevin Mitchell

Game six of the 1986 World Series between the Boston Red Sox…

Joe Morgan

Hitting for average and power and stealing bases with aplomb,…

Thurman Munson

Throughout the 20th century and to the present, numerous luminary…

Dale Murphy

From 1978 through 1990, the Atlanta Braves were one of the worst…

Stan Musial

"How good was Stan Musial? He was good enough to take your breath…

Don Newcombe

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

Hal Newhouser

“Prince Hal” Newhouser had the unique distinction of being…

Bob O'Farrell

It is known as “creative license” and in Hollywood it often…

Dave Parker

How you remember Dave Parker depends largely on what you remember…

Roger Peckinpaugh

Roger Peckinpaugh was one of the finest defensive shortstops…

Boog Powell

On a crisp, sunny autumn afternoon, the 1970 World Series began…

Jim Rice

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

On a warm September evening in 1995 at Baltimore’s Camden…

Phil Rizzuto

When Phil Rizzuto went to his first Major League tryout, a New…

Brooks Robinson

The stage was the fifth game of the World Series, on October…

Frank Robinson

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