Jimmy McAleer

Jimmy McAleer was not much of a hitter, but this brilliant defensive…

George McBride

Like his contemporary in the National League, Mickey Doolan,…

Stuffy McInnis

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times...”…

Matty McIntyre

Praised for his outfield defense and savvy base running skills,…

Clyde Milan

He was a left-handed hitter who batted .285 over the course…

Earl Moore

Nearly forgotten today amid the pantheon of great Deadball Era…

George Moriarty

Fiery and temperamental on the playing field but friendly and…

George Mullin

Powerfully built with a fearful fastball and biting curve that…

Danny Murphy

For more than a decade, Danny Murphy was one of the best and…

Frank Navin

Known as “Old Stone Face” for his colorless, stoic demeanor,…

Silk O'Loughlin

Many of the umpires of the Dead Ball Era made their mark with…

Steve O'Neill

With a flattened nose and the grim jaw of a heavyweight boxer,…

Rube Oldring

A prominent and popular member of the Philadelphia A's dynasty…

Al Orth

A typical Al Orth pitch was once described in a poem by W.A.…

Freddy Parent

Sparkplug shortstop Freddy Parent, the “Flying Frenchman,”…

Roger Peckinpaugh

Roger Peckinpaugh was one of the finest defensive shortstops…

Barney Pelty

Starting 217 games as a Browns pitcher and relieving in 49 more,…

Wally Pipp

Tall, lithe-limbed and broad-shouldered, the 6' 2", 180 lb.…

Eddie Plank

Eddie Plank fidgeted. On every pitch, Plank went through a…

Jack Powell

Jack Powell, a stocky righthander who pitched for the St. Louis…

Del Pratt

Del Pratt was arguably the second-best second baseman of the…

Swede Risberg

A light-hitting, rifle-armed shortstop who played a key role…

Braggo Roth

Bobby Roth, sometimes called Braggo, was an often insufferable…

Reb Russell

With superb control and a rising fastball, left-hander Reb Russell…