Jimmy Bannon

James Henry “Jimmy” Bannon was born on May 5, 1871, in Amesbury,…

Charlie Bennett

When asked to name the best catchers of the nineteenth century,…

Marty Bergen

Marty Bergen was one of the finest catchers in the National League…

James Billings

For nearly three decades from 1876 to 1904, J.B. Billings was…

William H. Conant

William H. Conant, Arthur H. Soden, and James B. Billings were…

Cliff Carroll

During the 1892 season while playing for St. Louis, Cliff Carroll…

Boileryard Clarke

Boileryard Clarke was known throughout the major leagues for…

John Clarkson

More than a few contemporary baseball insiders viewed John Clarkson…

Jimmy Collins

The initial third baseman enshrined in the Baseball Hall of Fame,…

Congress Street Grounds (Boston)

The Congress Street Grounds in Boston had a short, but illustrious,…

Frank Connaughton

There are many ways to leave a mark on baseball history. Home–run…

Cozy Dolan

Harry “Cozy” Dolan was from Cambridge, Massachusetts, just…

Hugh Duffy

For decades, Hugh Duffy was a franchise fixture in Boston, a…

Charlie Frisbee

This biography appears in The Glorious Beaneaters of the 1890s…

Charlie Ganzel

This biography appears in The Glorious Beaneaters of the 1890s…

Hank Gastright

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Pretzels Getzien

This biography appears in The Glorious Beaneaters of the 1890s…

Billy Hamilton

Billy Hamilton was the greatest base stealer and most prolific…

Joe Harrington

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King Kelly

Mike “King” Kelly was professional baseball’s first matinee…

Fred Klobedanz

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Ted Lewis

Williams College is best known in baseball circles for two nonplaying…

Herman Long

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Bobby Lowe

This biography appears in The Glorious Beaneaters of the 1890s…