Eddie Bennett

Any objective summary of Eddie Bennett’s contributions to baseball…

Joe Benz

Until age and arm miseries precipitated his release in May 1919,…

Eddie Cicotte

Though he didn’t invent the pitch, Eddie “Knuckles” Cicotte…

Eddie Collins

An excellent place-hitter, slick fielder, and brainy baserunner,…

Shano Collins

The names of baseball's most famous lineups are familiar: Murderers’…

Charles Comiskey

One of the most influential figures in the history of the sport,…

Dave Danforth

Dave Danforth (1890-1970) is one of the most fascinating and…

Red Faber

Urban “Red” Faber, one of the last pitchers to legally throw…

Happy Felsch

The Black Sox Scandal shocked the sporting public and led to…

Chick Gandil

Prior to his infamous involvement in the 1919 Black Sox Scandal,…

Kid Gleason

He is remembered as the manager of the most infamous baseball…

Harry Grabiner

During Harry Grabiner's four-decade-long tenure as a front-office…

Shoeless Joe Jackson

Shoeless Joe Jackson was a country boy from South Carolina who…

Bill James

Big Bill James's Involvement, if any, in the 1919 Black Sox Scandal…

Joe Jenkins

In October 1919 Joe Jenkins found himself embroiled in the Black…

Dickey Kerr

Exactly 90 minutes after Chicago White Sox left-hander Dickey[fn]Kerr…

Nemo Leibold

A scrappy outfielder, Nemo Leibold had a 13-year major-league…

Grover Lowdermilk

In his first year of professional baseball, right-hander Grover…

Byrd Lynn

Given future Hall of Famer Ray Schalk’s mastery of the catcher’s…

Erskine Mayer

Erskine Mayer had a most interesting background, one that was…

Hervey McClellan

“Harvey” McClellan didn’t get much respect — especially…

Tom McGuire

Tom McGuire must have found it odd to be on the mound for the…

Fred McMullin

Until his fateful involvement in the plot to fix a World Series,…

Eddie Murphy

Hancock, New York, has made numerous contributions to baseball…