Babe Adams

Best remembered for pitching three complete-game victories as…

Pete Alexander

Had Grover Cleveland Alexander been a writer, the French would…

Red Ames

Red Ames' curveball was one of the Deadball Era's most dramatic…

Jimmy Archer

Jimmy Archer was the regular catcher for the Chicago Cubs from…

Dave Bancroft

Dave "Beauty" Bancroft was Honus Wagner's successor as the National…

Ginger Beaumont

If Ginger Beaumont is remembered today, it's usually for being…

Jake Beckley

When Jake Beckley gained election to the National Baseball Hall…

Rube Benton

A hard-throwing, fast-living left-hander, Rube Benton pitched…

Bill Bergen

The caption beneath Bill Bergen's image in a 1908 issue of The…

Bob Bescher

Bob Bescher amassed 428 career stolen bases even though he played…

Eddie Brannick

John Drebinger once wrote of Eddie Brannick, "He has legions…

Kitty Bransfield

A smooth-fielding, hard-hitting first baseman, Kitty Bransfield…

Roger Bresnahan

A versatile athlete who played all nine positions at the major-league…

Helene Britton

In March 1911, with woman suffrage a popular topic in the newspapers,…

Mordecai Brown

Mordecai Peter Centennial Brown, best known today for his unusual…

John T. Brush

A sufferer from locomotor ataxia, a painful disease of the nervous…

George Burns

Not to be confused with the American League first baseman or…

Bobby Byrne

Standing a tad under 5'8" and weighing just 145 lbs., Bobby Byrne…

Howie Camnitz

Though his reign as one of the National League's top pitchers…

Max Carey

Certain types of ballplayers have always populated baseball history.…

Frank Chance

Forever poetically linked to Joe Tinker and Johnny Evers by F.…

Larry Cheney

Over a three-year span, 1912 to 1914, Larry Cheney was one of…

Fred Clarke

Fate: “The supposed force, principle, or power that predetermines…

Joe Connolly

When baseball fans think about the national pastime and Rhode…