Win Noyes

Win Noyes was one of several ballplayers for whom service in…

Norris O'Neill

Norris O’Neill, one of three nineteenth-century baseball figures…

Pat Ragan

Long before free agency and specialization promoted frequent…

Swede Risberg

A light-hitting, rifle-armed shortstop who played a key role…

Charlie Robertson

If there was one thing the Detroit Tigers could do under player-manager…

Reb Russell

With superb control and a rising fastball, left-hander Reb Russell…

Ray Schalk

In an era when the common impression of a baseball catcher was…

Frank Shellenback

Many believe that spitballer Frank Shellenback had his major-league…

John Sullivan

Lefty Sullivan had everything a pitcher could want: a blazing…

Buck Weaver

Best known as the third baseman banned from Organized Baseball…

Roy Wilkinson

Right-handed pitcher Roy Wilkinson reached the pinnacle of…

Lefty Williams

In 1915, America’s leading syndicated sportswriter, Hugh Fullerton,…