Harry Dalton

He was born Harry I. Dalton on August 23, 1928, in West Springfield,…

John Gordon

He established his “Touch ’Em All” call for home runs in…

Paul Blair

Paul Blair is considered one of the premier defensive center…

Clay Dalrymple

“I place a premium on a thinking catcher,” said Gene Mauch,…

Mike Cuellar

Mike Cuellar was a four-time 20-game winner for the Baltimore…

Don Baylor

Don Baylor was a hustling player who ran the bases aggressively…

Terry Crowley

“They say I’m a good pinch-hitter, but maybe if I ever came…

Mark Belanger

The most electrifying defensive shortstop of his generation,…

Don Buford

The leadoff men of the 1960s were known mainly for slapping singles…

Elrod Hendricks

Perhaps no Virgin Islander made a greater lifetime contribution…

Bobby Grich

Bobby Grich was one of the best second basemen in baseball over…

Andy Etchebarren

Five years after being signed to a minor-league contract by the…

Dave Leonhard

Dave Leonhard had a mediocre high-school and college pitching…

Fred Beene

Fred Beene proved that big things can come in small packages.…

George Bamberger

Baltimore left-hander Mike Cuellar pitched a shaky first inning…

Moe Drabowsky

He terrorized teammates with snakes. He tossed firecrackers under…

Billy Hunter

Billy Hunter played shortstop with a flashy glove, great team…

Jim Hardin

“(Jim) Hardin is one of those pitchers who doesn’t have an…

Davey Johnson

After a highly successful playing career as both a slick-fielding…

Jim Frey

Many people can go through an entire life without a lifelong…

Roger Freed

On the night of May 1, 1979, the St. Louis Cardinals were playing…

Dick Hall

In June 1970 Ted Williams, then managing the Washington Senators,…

Marcelino Lopez

As of 2010 he had won more major-league games than all but one…

Bobby Floyd

When Baltimore Orioles shortstop Bobby Floyd fielded the final…