Tommy Holmes

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

Tex Hughson

Tex Hughson was a big right-handed power pitcher out of the University…

Earl Johnson

Among all the ballplayers who served in World War II, Earl Johnson…

Jake Jones

Jake Jones made one of the loudest debuts in the history of the…

Ellis Kinder

In January 1956, a few months after Ellis Kinder had been sold…

Jack Kramer

After winning the American League pennant by 12 games in 1946,…

Danny Litwhiler

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Al Lyons

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

Babe Martin

Babe Martin was born Boris Michael Martinovich, the son of a…

Ray Martin

With its long winters and cold, rainy springs, New England has…

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…

Joe McCarthy

Self-effacing and relentlessly confident, Joe McCarthy was a…

Frank McCormick

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

Mike McCormick

As a 33-year-old veteran outfielder, “call me Mike”…

Mickey McDermott

Maurice Joseph McDermott, Jr. was a hard-throwing southpaw teenage…

Sam Mele

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

Wally Moses

A speedy line-drive-lashing lefty with a strong arm, veteran…

Johnny Ostrowski

Johnny Ostrowski shares the same Polish ancestry as Carl Yastrzemski,…

Mike Palm

Mike Palm is one of the relatively few Red Sox players to have…

Mel Parnell

Mel Parnell devoted a full decade to the Boston Red Sox, from…

Johnny Pesky

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

Nels Potter

Entering the twilight of a 12-year major league career, Nelson…

Jim Prendergast

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