Nick Altrock

For three years at the turn of the last century Nick Altrock…

John Anderson

Throughout his 14-year major league career, John Anderson became…

Jimmy Austin

One of the most energetic players of his era, Jimmy Austin…

Home Run Baker

In an era characterized by urbanization and rapid industrial…

Jimmy Barrett

Jimmy Barrett arrived in the majors with a brilliant one-month…

Ed Barrow

Most famous for his wildly successful tenure in the New York…

Jack Barry

The least known member of the Athletics' famous $100,000 infield,…

Harry Bay

Once clocked on a stopwatch from plate to first in 3.5 seconds,…

Chief Bender

American Indian. Innovator. Renaissance man. Charles Albert “Chief”…

Bill Bradley

From 1901 to 1904 Bill Bradley was arguably the best young…

Jesse Burkett

A crafty hitter and disputatious competitor, Jesse Burkett…

Donie Bush

One of the greatest defensive shortstops of the Deadball Era,…

Ray Caldwell

"Caldwell could be as great as Matty or Walter Johnson, but instead…

Nixey Callahan

Though known today as “Nixey” Callahan, the slim, 5-feet-10,…

Bill Carrigan

An excellent defensive catcher who provided the Boston Red Sox…

Ray Chapman

Ray Chapman, star shortstop for nine seasons with the Cleveland…

Hal Chase

Hal Chase, whose big league career lasted from 1905 to 1919,…

Jack Chesbro

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

Eddie Cicotte

Though he didn’t invent the pitch, Eddie “Knuckles” Cicotte…

Ty Cobb

Perhaps the most competitive and complex personality ever to…

Eddie Collins

An excellent place-hitter, slick fielder, and brainy baserunner,…

Ray Collins

Ray Collins might have been on his way to the Hall of Fame but…

Charles Comiskey

One of the most influential figures in the history of the sport,…

Wid Conroy

An adept base stealer known for taking unusually large leads…