Win Kellum

If you were going to launch a whole new baseball franchise, what…

Ty LaForest

Third baseman Ty LaForest had one of the best home debuts in…

Fred Lake

Fred Lovett Lake was born on October 16, 1866, in the Township…

Ken MacKenzie

The adage “You can't win for losing” fits the 1962 New York…

Phil Marchildon

This book is to be neither an accusation nor a confession, and…

Art McGovern

Art McGovern, the carpenter’s son. He came to America and made…

Larry McLean

At 6-feet-5 and nearly 230 pounds, Larry McLean was a large presence…

Doc Miller

Tight batting races are usually decided by one or two hits throughout…
Tip O'Neill (TRADING CARD DB)

Tip O'Neill

James Edward O’Neill, the original “Tip,” was one of the…

John O'Neill

John O’Neill started his major league career with the Boston…

Frank O'Rourke

Frank O'Rourke played professional baseball from the age of (perhaps)…

Brian Ostrosser

Canadian shortstop Brian Ostrosser spent two weeks in the major…

Bill Phillips

William B. "Bill," "Silver Bill" Phillips became the first Canadian…

Terry Puhl

“When I signed with the Astros … I decided I was going to…

Ernie Quigley

Before the age of television, umpires worked in anonymity, only…

Claude Raymond

If it is true that every boy born in the United States comes…

Goody Rosen

One of the most remarkable characteristics of Goodwin "Goody"…

Allan Roth

Henry Chadwick, baseball’s first historian, tried to capture…

Jean-Pierre Roy

This French-Canadian pitcher roamed widely but played just three…

Andy Rudolph

Who was Andy Rudolph? Not much more than an especially rabid…

George Selkirk

Babe Ruth is considered by many, if not most, baseball fans,…

Pop Smith

Charles Marvin "Pop" Smith, a journeyman player who wore the…

Ron Taylor

A biography may be defined as a “remarkable odyssey through…

Larry Walker

“What if?” It is a perennial question and in baseball, the…