Gerry Janeski

In his April 27, 2014, major-league debut, righty Scott Carroll…

Dalton Jones

In groups of twos and threes at first and then, little by little,…

Hal Keller

Hal Keller was 12 years old in 1939 when his brother Charlie…

Hal King

In the late 1960s and early ’70s, Hal King defined the moniker…

Ted Kubiak

“Being a utility player wasn’t a pleasant way to spend…

Steve Lawson

At the end of the 1972 season, rookie pitcher Steve Lawson’s…

Paul Lindblad

Paul Lindblad wasn’t one of the Oakland A’s most celebrated…

Joe Lovitto

Joseph Lovitto Jr. was born on January 6, 1951, in the Los Angeles…

Elliott Maddox

From the moment he was born in the back seat of a car in the…

Marty Martinez

Orlando “Marty” Martínez Oliva was a major-league baseball…

Jim Mason

Confidence was a word used a lot in reference to Jim Mason. When…

Bill Mercer

Ask any professional sports aficionado in the Dallas-Fort Worth…

Don Mincher

Donald Ray Mincher was a two-time member of the Oakland Athletics.…

Dave Nelson

David Earl Nelson was born on June 20, 1944, in Fort Sill, Oklahoma.…

Jim Panther

Although pitcher Jim Panther never appeared on a Topps baseball…

Mike Paul

Mike Paul, a veteran of a half-century in professional baseball,…

Horacio Piña

This lanky pitcher was the first Mexican player to win a World…

Tom Ragland

“Always smiling, made you feel good to be around him.”Cleveland…

Lenny Randle

The MLB Network produced a television special calling versatile…

Jim Roland

Signed by the Minnesota Twins in 1961, left-hander Jim Roland…

Jim Shellenback

The tall, lanky left-handed pitcher started with youth baseball,…

Bob Short

Bob Short was a buyer and a seller. Involved in law, business,…

Don Stanhouse

Although his tenure in Baltimore was limited to two good seasons…

Ken Suarez

Ken Suarez, one of the “can’t-miss” catching prospects…