Dave Duncan

David Edwin Duncan’s ascent to becoming the most respected…

Mike Epstein

Sports writer Phil Jackman once called Mike Epstein “Babe…

Rollie Fingers

Rollie Fingers was clearly excited as he caught a leaping Ted…

Charlie Finley

He owned and operated the Kansas City and Oakland Athletics for…

Ray Fosse

On June 24, 1970, the Cleveland Indians were visiting New York…

Rob Gardner

“I'm always the 11th man on a 10-man pitching staff,” left-hander…

Phil Garner

What does Phil Garner have in common with Sir Edmund Hillary…

Adrian Garrett

“It would be hard to say I am not a typical minor leaguer. …

Dick Green

Second base was a revolving door for the Oakland A’s during…

Dave Hamilton

Dave Hamilton, a left-hander, was scheduled to start for the…

Larry Haney

A backup catcher who amassed only 984 plate appearances in 12…

Mike Hegan

During the summer of 1954 the Cleveland Indians visited New…

George Hendrick

Perhaps no other sport offers redemption to a player more often,…

Bobby Hofman

Bobby Hofman spent a lifetime in baseball. Over a career roughly…

Jim Holt

When Jim Holt played for the Minnesota Twins, sportswriter Bob…

Ken Holtzman

Upon his arrival in the major leagues, Ken Holtzman was promoted…

Leon Hooten

The 1974 Oakland Athletics pitching staff was a dominant bunch.…

Joe Horlen

A name can sometimes be confusing. Four years into his major-league…

Vern Hoscheit

Vern Hoscheit’s career in professional baseball spanned six…

Tim Hosley

Right-handed-hitting backup catcher Tim Hosley came up through…

Catfish Hunter

For someone who always preferred the simple things in life, James…

Reggie Jackson

Reginald Martinez Jackson was born on May 18, 1946, in Wyncote,…

Deron Johnson

Deron Roger Johnson, labeled the “next Mickey Mantle,” spent…

Jay Johnstone

The flake – “an odd or eccentric player; a kidder or comic”1…