Luis Aparicio

The name Luis Aparicio is closely linked with Venezuela. Both…

Rudy Arias

Rodolfo Arias’s professional baseball career as a left-handed…

Earl Battey

Earl Jesse Battey, Jr. was one of the top defensive catchers…

Ray Berres

As pitching coach for the White Sox in the 1950s and ’60s,…

Ray Boone

On July 15, 2003, Ray Boone was taking in the scene at the All-Star…

Johnny Callison

Early in his 16-year major-league career, Johnny Callison was…

Cam Carreon

Even though he preferred the comforts of home, whether in his…

Norm Cash

Norm Cash would have loved it. The story drew upon metaphors…

Comiskey Park (Chicago)

Circa turn of the Twentieth Century’s industrial post-war boom.…

Johnny Cooney

John Walter Cooney, the son as well as the brother of major-league…

Tony Cuccinello

A diminutive Italian from Astoria, New York, on Long Island,…

Larry Doby

Larry Doby is best remembered for becoming the first black player…

Dick Donovan

Ken Coleman, the legendary broadcaster of the Cleveland Indians,…

Bob Elson

At age 25, Bob Elson had the ideal attributes to appeal to a…

Del Ennis

Right after the Shibe Park public address system announced, “Now…

Sammy Esposito

For every 30-home-run hitter and 20-game winner, there is often…

Nellie Fox

Nellie Fox was the heart of the 1959 Go-Go White Sox, the team…

Billy Goodman

The late 1940s Boston Red Sox consisted of larger-than-life,…

Hank Greenberg

Any list of the greatest sluggers ever to wear a Detroit Tigers…

Don Gutteridge

Don Gutteridge always said he had a wonderful life. He was married…

Joe Hicks

A hitting star for more than a decade in the minor leagues, Joe…

Ron Jackson

Ron Jackson was a tall, impressive slugger who debuted in the…

Ted Kluszewski

The area known as Argo is located eight miles west of Chicago’s…

Jim Landis

Jim Landis had a memorable stint with the Go-Go White Sox of…