Sandy Alomar

A speedy, talented and versatile infielder, Sandy Alomar Sr.…

Luis Arroyo

Luis Arroyo was a chunky little Puerto Rican southpaw whose out…

Hi Bithorn

While much mystery surrounds the life and career of the first…

Ivan Calderon

There are many ways to gain attention as a professional baseball…

Pedro Cepeda

Pedro Cepeda, better known as Perucho, was the first player considered…

Roberto Clemente

Roberto Clemente's greatness transcended the diamond. On it,…

Alex Cora

“That is one of finest at-bats that I have ever seen!” announced…

Jose Cruz Jr.

José Luis Cruz Jr., a switch-hitting major-league outfielder…

Iván de Jesús

Ivan de Jesus Sr. is often remembered as being involved in the…

Rubén Gómez

Rubén Gómez was the second pitcher from Puerto Rico to reach…

Jose Hernandez

In his 15 years in the majors, José Antonio Hernández Figueroa…

Willie Hernandez

In 1973, Jason Miller’s angst-enabled play That Championship…
Art López (ART LOPEZ COLLECTION)

Art López

Arturo (Art) López had 49 at-bats with seven hits for the 1965…

Mike Lowell

Mike Lowell was a New York Yankees prospect who won a world championship…

Candy Maldonado

Fred Merkle had his boner and Steve Bartman his bobbled foul…

Felix Mantilla

Versatility is the best word to describe Felix Mantilla’s 11-year…

Orlando Merced

Of the many talented players involved in the successes of the…

Millito Navarro

Emilio “Millito” Navarro was one of the patriarchs of baseball…

Julio Navarro

East of Puerto Rico lie the isles of Vieques and Culebra. Along…

Luis Olmo

The second Puerto Rican to play in the major leagues was outfielder…
Mario Ramirez (TRADING CARD DB)

Mario Ramírez

Should the National League permanently adopt the designated hitter,…

Rey Sánchez

Middle infielder Rey Sánchez spent 15 years in the major leagues…

José “Palillo” Santiago

In José Santiago's first appearance on a major-league mound,…

Bernie Williams

Center field at Yankee Stadium is hallowed ground. Once upon…