Marv Rickert

Marvin “Twitch” Rickert’s career was typical of that of…

Jim Russell

In August 1948, both the Braves and their centerfielder Jim Russell…

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 day,…

Bill Salkeld

In a time before Super Bowls, when the Final Four was merely…

Ray Sanders

Not unlike the lead character in Winston Groom’s 1986 novel…

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…

Sibby Sisti

The first four men inducted into the Boston Braves Hall of Fame…

Billy Southworth

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

Warren Spahn

The fifth-winningest pitcher of all time, Warren Spahn went 363-245…

Stan Spence

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

Eddie Stanky

One can statistically evaluate with some degree of accuracy the…

Vern Stephens

The 1940s witnessed a special group of major league shortstops,…

Chuck Stobbs

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

Lou Stringer

A ballplayer turned Hollywood actor and a car dealer who once…

Bobby Sturgeon

For Cubs fans of the 1940s and 1950s, Bobby Sturgeon will always…

Birdie Tebbetts

In a 1973 SABR survey, Birdie Tebbetts narrowly missed being…

Earl Torgeson

In a 15-year major-league career filled with great stories and…

Bill Voiselle

He was a 21-game winner as a rookie in 1944 and four years later…

Ernie White

More than any other military conflict, World War II took its…

Ted Williams

Any argument as to the greatest hitter of all time always involves…

Ed Wright

Midway through the last Saturday afternoon of the 1992 baseball…

Tom Wright

Tom Wright, a left-handed hitting outfielder who played major…