Steve Arlin

Right-handed pitcher Steve Arlin always knew there was more than…

Bill Bailey

Several things are memorable about the career of pitcher Bill…

George Baumgardner

In many ways George Baumgardner could have become the hero of…

Boom-Boom Beck

Walter William Beck looked like a pitcher. At least that’s…

George Bell

“Farmer” Bell entered pro baseball later in life. He was…

Bill Bonham

After being drafted three times and not signing, Bill Bonham…

Ed Brandt

For the four years from 1931 through 1934 Edward Arthur Brandt,…

Buster Brown

Family, friends, and teammates could easily have called Charles…

Harry Byrd

Harry Byrd Highway runs west from US 401 for about five miles…

Steve Carlton

The 1980 season was a banner year for Steve Carlton. Lefty, as…

George Caster

George Caster was a “gay and delightful fellow who went laughing…

Jack Chesbro

Despite a sensational 1904 season in which he won 14 straight…

John Clarkson

More than a few contemporary baseball insiders viewed John Clarkson…

John Coleman

It takes a special kind of talent for a pitcher to lose 20 games…

Candy Cummings

Candy Cummings, at first glance, appears to be one of the least…

Cliff Curtis

“You can’t win ’em all.” It’s said with a shrug, a…

Art Ditmar

In 1955 the Kansas City Athletics coaching staff “observed…

Gus Dorner

While only one major-league pitcher has lost 20 games in a single…

Cecil Ferguson

On October 1, 1906, Cecil Ferguson delivered a solid pitching…

Dana Fillingim

Dana Fillingim used the wet pitch to his advantage from 1912…

Chick Fraser

Chick Fraser spent his entire life in baseball as a pitcher,…

Pud Galvin

Reflecting on the life and career of Pud Galvin, a writer commented…

Sam Gray

“I have never seen a recruit pitcher with a more deceptive…

Dan Griner

In his first full season in the majors, Dan Griner lost a big-league-most…