Billy Klaus

A two-month stretch during the summer of 1955 elevated Billy…

Ted Lepcio

When Lou Boudreau became manager of the Boston Red Sox in 1952,…

Frank Malzone

Born and raised in the Bronx, All-Star and Gold Glove third baseman…

Mickey McDermott

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

Willard Nixon

During his nine-year major-league career, all with the Boston…

Steve O'Neill

With a flattened nose and the grim jaw of a heavyweight boxer,…

Mel Parnell

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

Jim Piersall

Jimmy Piersall played 20 years of professional baseball, including…

Pete Runnels

James Edward "Pete" Runnels occupies a place in Washington Senator…

Dave Sisler

When Dave Sisler initially toed the rubber at Fenway Park as…

Gene Stephens

When former Boston Red Sox player Gene Stephens got his chances…

Frank Sullivan

Former Red Sox pitcher Frank Sullivan wore uniform number 18…

Haywood Sullivan

Haywood Cooper Sullivan was many things during his life: passing…

Faye Throneberry

Maynard Faye Throneberry was the decidedly less-colorful —…

Mickey Vernon

In the 1940s and well into the 1950s, the premier first baseman…

Clyde Vollmer

On May 31, 1942, the Cincinnati Reds prepared to host the Pittsburgh…

Sammy White

Boston fans who liked the way Jason Varitek handles the Red Sox…

Ted Williams

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

Tom Yawkey

As the owner of the Boston Red Sox for 43 years, few if any people…

Al Zarilla

In what may be a unique event in the annals of baseball history,…

Norm Zauchin

Aloysius “Wish” Egan was one of the top scouts in the Detroit…