Jack Coombs

For one magnificent season, "Colby Jack" Coombs was the equal…

Harry Coveleski

Several years before his younger brother Stanley embarked on…

Stan Coveleski

With one of the finest spitballs in baseball history, Stan Coveleski…

Sam Crawford

Sam Crawford sprung from fertile Midwestern farm soil, and like…

Birdie Cree

A school teacher, a football player, a Penn State graduate,…

Lou Criger

Feisty, slender, and packing a strong, accurate throwing arm,…

Hooks Dauss

George "Hooks" Dauss used to tell other retired ballplayers…

George Davis

Known as "Gorgeous George" for his graceful play and blond locks,…

Harry Davis

Long before Babe Ruth revolutionized the game with the home…

Ed Delahanty

One of the greatest right-handed sluggers of all time, Ed Delahanty…

Jim Delahanty

Remembered mostly for his more famous older brother Ed, Jim…

Bill Dinneen

Before Sandy Koufax and Bob Gibson were hurling October masterpieces,…

Bill Donovan

A hard-throwing and durable right hander, "Wild Bill" Donovan…

Patsy Dougherty

It would be hard to spend time studying the American League's…

Kid Elberfeld

Kid Elberfeld, called "the dirtiest, scrappiest, most pestiferous,…

Red Faber

Urban “Red” Faber, one of the last pitchers to legally throw…

Cy Falkenberg

Cy Falkenberg was perhaps the most unlikely pitching star of…

Happy Felsch

The Black Sox Scandal shocked the sporting public and led to…

Hobe Ferris

At 5-feet-8 and 162 pounds, slick-fielding second baseman Hobe…

Elmer Flick

Best known as the player who Cleveland would not trade for the…

Russ Ford

The first player born in the western Canadian province of Manitoba…

Buck Freeman

The first legitimate home run hitter in baseball history, Buck…

Chick Gandil

Prior to his infamous involvement in the 1919 Black Sox Scandal,…

Larry Gardner

In the foothills of the northernmost Green Mountains, just 16…