Nino Escalera (TRADING CARD DB)

Nino Escalera

It took 72 years for the first Black man to play for the Cincinnati…
Art López (ART LOPEZ COLLECTION)

Art López

Arturo (Art) López had 49 at-bats with seven hits for the 1965…
Ramón Hernández (THE TOPPS COMPANY)

Ramón Hernández

Ramón Hernández pitched in 337 big league contests, but he…

Javy Lopez

Javier Torres “Javy" Lopez was born on November 5, 1970, in…

Angel Mangual

On a team composed of several leading men and future Hall of…

Felix Millan

Baseball fans in the 1960s and ’70s could bet their Cracker…

Rubén Gómez

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

Willie Hernandez

In 1973, Jason Miller’s angst-enabled play That Championship…

Candy Maldonado

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

Mike Lowell

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

Roger Moret

Roger Moret (born Rogelio Moret Torres) streaked across the skies…

Coco Laboy

At times, it looked like José “Coco” Laboy would never get…

Luis Marquez

Luis Márquez was a member of the generation of baseball players…

Ed Figueroa

The New York Yankees won three straight American League pennants…

Sixto Lezcano

Opening Day at Milwaukee’s County Stadium, April 10, 1980.…

Felix Mantilla

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

Bengie Molina

From 1998 to 2010, Bengie Molina was a two-time consecutive Gold…

Jose Hernandez

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

Willie Montanez

When Willie Montanez walked to the plate from the on-deck circle…

Orlando Merced

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

Jerry Morales

“WHO’S Jerry Morales?”   This question began…

Roberto Hernández

“As a reliever, you’ve got to have amnesia. Not only with…

Juan Gonzalez

Juan González played in the American League during an era of…

Luis Isaac

“Bullpen coaches are probably the most underappreciated of…