Ralph Kiner

Ralph Kiner was baseball’s leading home-run hitter for a few…

Ray Knight

By the time Ray Knight leapt down the third-base line on the…

Terry Leach

Terry Leach had an unusual delivery, took an abnormally long…

Ed Lynch

Never possessed of an overpowering fastball or a devastating…

Barry Lyons

A catcher who always seemed to be trying to win a starting…

Dave Magadan

Dave Magadan was an artist with the bat. He lacked power. He…

Lee Mazzilli

He was a handsome, stylish Italian-American from the streets…

Tim McCarver

For those who saw Tim McCarver break in with the St. Louis Cardinals…

Roger McDowell

Roger McDowell kept his locker stocked with comedy props, costumes,…

John Mitchell

John Kyle Mitchell’s big-league pitching debut took place…

Kevin Mitchell

Game Six of the 1986 World Series between the Boston Red Sox…

Randy Myers

Although Randy Myers had been just promoted from the minors…

Randy Niemann

These were heady days for the Houston Astros. In 1979 the franchise…

Bob Ojeda

“We didn’t just want to win. We wanted to step on the opponent’s…

Jesse Orosco

Jesse Orosco appeared in 1,252 regular-season games during…

Greg Pavlick

While he may not have had major-league success as a player himself,…

Bill Robinson

It was one week into the 1977 season. Jim Kaplan of Sports…

Rafael Santana

Standing at 6-feet-1 and weighing only 165 pounds during his…

Doug Sisk

“The people in New York are the most sports-oriented people…

Rusty Staub

Daniel Staub?  Who the hell is Daniel Staub? Nobody has ever…

Mel Stottlemyre

A baseball lifer, Mel Stottlemyre burst on the scene as a midseason…

Darryl Strawberry

For many African American males growing up in poverty-stricken…

Tim Teufel

Tim Teufel, who played mostly at second base but filled in at…

Mookie Wilson

Mookie Wilson stood at the plate in the bottom of the 10th…