Felix Mantilla

Versatility is the best word to describe Felix Mantilla’s 11-year…

Eddie Mathews

Eddie Mathews, the only man to play for the Braves in Boston,…

Don McMahon

History has not been kind to Don McMahon. Now largely forgotten,…

Red Murff

Just before the start of the 1969 World Series, Baltimore Orioles…

Danny O'Connell

Instead of being the good-hitting second baseman and field leader…

Andy Pafko

He is a permanent part of baseball lore. He played for the Chicago…

Phil Paine

Tucked in the northwest corner of Rhode Island, just 10 miles…

Lou Perini

He neither slugged like Aaron nor pitched like Spahn, but Lou…

Taylor Phillips

Taylor Phillips had an outstanding career in armed-services baseball,…

Juan Pizarro

Juan Pizarro was a talented, durable Puerto Rican pitcher. The…

John J. Quinn

John J. Quinn spent 47 years working for major-league baseball…

Del Rice

Del Rice was a major-league catcher for 17 years, primarily with…

Johnny Riddle

Catcher Johnny Riddle had one of the more unusual careers in…

Mel Roach

Mel Roach was more a spectator than a player for the 1957 world…

Charlie Root

Perhaps unfairly, Charlie Root’s name and legacy are indelibly…

Connie Ryan

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

Carl Sawatski

With his thunderous left-handed home-run stroke, the self-converted…

Red Schoendienst

On October 28, 2011, the St. Louis Cardinals won their 11th World…

Ray Shearer

On the last day of the 1957 season, Sunday, September 29, the…

Warren Spahn

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

Chuck Tanner

Sometimes nice guys finish first. Chuck Tanner, an eternal optimist…

Hawk Taylor

Metropolis, Illinois, is the hometown of Superman, the comic-book…

Red Thisted

Red Thisted never saw a professional baseball game until he was…

Bobby Thomson

When New York Giants announcer Russ Hodges uttered the immortal…