Jack Graney

Today Jack Graney is best remembered as the man of the firsts.…

Vean Gregg

At 6' 2" and 180 lbs, Vean Gregg was a lanky, loose-jointed southpaw…

Clark Griffith

Few individuals in the history of baseball can boast of a career…

Bob Groom

A tall, slender 6"2", 175 pounds, Bob Groom possessed an athleticism,…

Topsy Hartsel

Standing just 5'5" and a stocky 169 pounds, Topsy Hartsel used…

Robert Hedges

The first owner of the St. Louis Browns, Robert Hedges was a…

Charlie Hemphill

At his best, Charlie Hemphill was a strong-armed, fleet-footed…

Charlie Hickman

Known as Piano Legs and Cheerful Charlie, the ponderous clubber…

Harry Hooper

One of the best defensive right-fielders in baseball history…

Harry Howell

A stocky 5'8" right-hander who threw one of the wettest spitballs…

Tom Hughes

Long Tom Hughes mixed a happy-go-lucky lifestyle with a Chicago-tough…

Frank Isbell

A prematurely bald, round-faced Irishman, Frank Isbell was a…

Shoeless Joe Jackson

Shoeless Joe Jackson was a country boy from South Carolina who…

Hughie Jennings

In 1907 38 year-old Hughie Jennings became the sixth manager…

Ban Johnson

The most powerful figure of the Deadball Era, Ban Johnson's rise…

Walter Johnson

On August 2, 1907, a young man later described by Frank Graham…

Davy Jones

In his interview with Lawrence Ritter for Ritter's classic…

Addie Joss

For nine seasons Addie Joss was one of the best pitchers in the…

Willie Keeler

A diminutive lefty who was one of baseball’s biggest stars…

Ed Killian

Remembered in Detroit as the pitcher who won both games of a…

Nap Lajoie

The first superstar in American League history, Napoleon Lajoie…

Dutch Leonard

A hard-throwing, spectacularly talented left-hander who posted…

Duffy Lewis

For decades after they last played together, the Boston Red Sox’…

Carl Mays

Carl Mays is best remembered for throwing the pitch that led…