Johnny Antonelli

Johnny Antonelli, somewhat unfairly, is remembered by the incidents…

Matt Batts

Ten years a backup catcher for five major league teams, Matt…

Johnny Beazley

For most of pro baseball’s first century, when a “sore arm”…

Jim Britt

Jim Britt was the radio and television voice of both the Boston…

Dom DiMaggio

Who hits the ball and makes it go? Dominic DiMaggio. Who runs…

Dave Ferriss

You won’t find David Ferriss in the Cleveland, Mississippi,…

Denny Galehouse

Denny Galehouse was born on December 7, 1911, 30 years to the…

Mickey Harris

“Me a pop-off? Aw, that’s bunk.” -- Mickey Harris, Boston…

Billy Hitchcock

Billy Hitchcock spent over forty years in professional baseball…

Tommy Holmes

A severe sinus condition kept Tommy Holmes out of the service…

Al Lyons

Al Lyons was a pitcher during parts of four seasons in the Major…

Phil Masi

Although he was a four-time All-Star with the Boston Braves and…

Windy McCall

John William “Windy” McCall grew up about three blocks…

Frank McCormick

In three different seasons — 1939, 1941, and 1944 — Frank…

Sam Mele

Sam Mele managed the Minnesota Twins to the American League pennant…

Johnny Pesky

Johnny Pesky’s career got off to an unparalleled start, and…

Jim Prendergast

Those Americans who grew up in the Great Depression, went to…

Connie Ryan

Although he had far from the best year of his career in 1948,…

Johnny Sain

First we’ll use Spahn, then we’ll use Sain, Then an off…

Neill Sheridan

Neill “Wild Horse” Sheridan was a classic “cup of coffee”…

Clyde Shoun

Left-hander Clyde Shoun played for the Braves near the end of…

Billy Southworth

Billy Southworth was like Casey Stengel’s long-lost brother…

Stan Spence

Stan Spence had the misfortune of being a young outfielder for…

Chuck Stobbs

One of baseball’s original bonus babies, Chuck Stobbs was…