Ivers Adams

As the first president of the Boston Baseball Association in…

Bob Addy

A celebrated base ball character” was A. G. Spalding’s succinct…

Ross Barnes

"No matter how great you were once upon a time — the years…

Frank Barrows

While the Boston Red Stockings of 1871 had many players who would…

Tommy Beals

A versatile man who lived on both coasts, played multiple positions…

Dave Birdsall

He was a faithful, conscientious player, who always worked to…

Fred Cone

While Fred Cone didn't have much of a career at the plate with…

Charlie Gould

The boy loved baseball. As a teenager he was the best baseball…

George Hall

Baseball fans generally remember players who are involved in…

Frank Heifer

The brief major-league career of Reading, Pennsylvania, native…

Sam Jackson

Of the 22 men who played for the Boston Red Stockings over…

Jumbo Latham

George Warren "Juice" Latham was born September 6, 1852, in Utica,…

Andy Leonard

He was born in Ireland during the Potato Famine, named for an…

Jack Manning

After beginning his major league career in 1873 as…

Cal McVey

Millions of boys have grown up dreaming of becoming a professional…

Jim O'Rourke

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

Fraley Rogers

Sportswriter/historian George V. Tuohey hastily put together…

Henry C. Schafer

Henry Schafer was the first major-league player to spend a career…

South End Grounds (Boston)

The End of the Beginning When the Boston Braves left the field…

Al Spalding

Albert Spalding’s life story could have been written by Horatio…

Charlie Sweasy

For a few years as a young man he was the most noted second baseman…

Deacon White

Deacon White was a baseball pioneer. He caught baseball fever…

George Wright

“Whenever he would pull off one of those grand, unexpected…

Harry Wright

William Henry Wright, better known to the baseball community…