Steve Lyons

Steve Lyons was a utility player who spent nine years in the…

Ned Martin

“Oh, Gertrude, when sorrows come they come not as single spies…

John McNamara

John McNamara ran a big-league team six times, plus another…

Bob Montgomery

Nashville native and Red Sox catcher Bob Montgomery was born…

Joe Morgan ("Walpole Joe")

There have been two big leaguers named Joe Morgan — and it’s…

Al Nipper

If anyone knew the definition of pain, it was right-hander Al…

Spike Owen

The list of major-league record-holders contains names familiar…

Rey Quiñones

Some baseball players have the luck of being in the right place…

Jim Rice

James Edward Rice was born on Sunday, March 8, 1953, in Anderson,…

Ed Romero

Milwaukee Brewers scout Felix Delgado "found [Ed Romero playing…

Kevin Romine

Although he was never provided the steady playing time he felt…

Joe Sambito

Considering that his professional career almost ended before…

Dave Sax

“Baseball’s clichés remain largely unchanged through the…

Calvin Schiraldi

If Calvin Schiraldi had never been called upon to pitch in…
Tom Seaver (TRADING CARD DB)

Tom Seaver

4,256. 755. 5,714. 511. .366. As baseball has often been described…

Jeff Sellers

May 11, 1964, was a good day for pitchers to be born to the majors.…

Bob Stanley

The winningest pitcher to ever come out of Maine did not, alas,…

Dave Stapleton

David Leslie Stapleton played his entire seven-year major-league…

Mike Stenhouse

The son of an All-Star, a two-time All-American at Harvard University,…

Sammy Stewart

When Sammy Stewart was asked by the National Baseball Hall of…

Marc Sullivan

Marc Sullivan started 35 games in 1986 as backup to All-Star…

La Schelle Tarver

Over the years, the Red Sox have had players on their roster…

Mike Trujillo

To say that right-handed pitcher Mike Trujillo was a key member…

Rob Woodward

At one end of the Red Sox dressing room stood a pitching master,…