Don McMahon

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

Wally Moses

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

Hal Naragon

Hal Naragon gave up two years of his professional baseball career…

Jim Northrup

James Thomas "Jim" Northrup, who was born and raised in a small…

Larry Osterman

Larry Osterman’s career as a Detroit Tigers broadcaster spanned…

Ray Oyler

Perhaps the greatest example of the old baseball cliché…

Daryl Patterson

Daryl Alan Patterson was born on November 21, 1943, in Coalinga,…

Jim Price

One of the most ignorant things ever said about baseball was…

Dennis Ribant

Somewhere, back in the swirling mists of time, there existed…

Jim Rooker

Jim Rooker’s pro baseball career didn’t come right out of…

Johnny Sain

First we’ll use Spahn, then we’ll use Sain,Then an off day,…

Mayo Smith

Mayo Smith was a baseball lifer who served the game in many ways…

Joe Sparma

Once a promising right-hander blessed with a blazing fastball…

Mickey Stanley

Everyone has their proverbial fifteen minutes of fame. For Mickey…

Dick Tracewski

Richard Joseph “Trixie” Tracewski was an average-hitting,…

Jon Warden

Less than two weeks into the 1968 season, Jon Warden had three…

Don Wert

The Detroit Tigers’ magic number for clinching the American…

Earl Wilson

Ponchatoula, Louisiana, in the 1930s was a small town that had…

John Wyatt

Reliever John Wyatt may have been considered a journeyman reliever…