Babe Ruth

During his five full seasons with the Boston Red Sox, Babe Ruth…

Germany Schaefer

Always willing to entertain the crowd, Germany Schaefer's antics…

Ray Schalk

In an era when the common impression of a baseball catcher was…

Wally Schang

A switch-hitter who was adept at getting on base, Wally Schang…

Jim Scott

The Chicago White Sox won its only two championships of the 20th…

Socks Seybold

At 30 years of age and the last man signed by Connie Mack for…

Ben Shibe

Called "the Edison of the sport", by James C. Isaminger in a…

George Sisler

Arguably the first great first baseman of the twentieth century,…

Frank Smith

Frank Elmer Smith, known during his playing days as the "Piano…

Charles Somers

Once called the “good angel of the American League,” Charles…

Tris Speaker

Tris Speaker, Ty Cobb’s friendly rival as the greatest center…

Chick Stahl

Before committing suicide under mysterious circumstances in the…

Jake Stahl

Big, powerful, and deceptively fast, Garland “Jake” Stahl…

Oscar Stanage

Inconspicuous yet ever-present, from 1911 to 1915 Detroit catcher…

George Stone

From 1901 through 1928, a future member of the Baseball Hall…

George Stovall

At one time there was probably no figure more popular in the…

Amos Strunk

Lanky and lightning fast, Amos Strunk was one of the best defensive…

Billy Sullivan Sr.

Though "never very strong in stick work," his Deadball Era contemporaries…

Jesse Tannehill

He stood only 5'8" and weighed just 150 lbs., but Jesse Tannehill…

Terry Turner

Known for his fielding prowess and head-first slides, Terry "Cotton…

Bobby Veach

As the clean-up hitter on one of the strongest offensive teams…

Rube Waddell

He entered this world on Friday the 13th and exited on April…

Tillie Walker

A powerful right-handed hitter with a legendary throwing arm,…

Bobby Wallace

Perhaps the greatest defensive shortstop of his generation,…