Wilbur Cooper

Even though his 13 years in the Steel City fell between the World…

Doc Crandall

Doc Crandall is generally regarded as the premier relief specialist…

Gavvy Cravath

Gavvy Cravath was an anomaly in the Deadball Era. Employing a…

Jake Daubert

Escaping the Pennsylvania coal mines, which claimed the life…

Art Devlin

The man Frank Graham called "the greatest third baseman ever…

Bill Doak

Spittin' Bill Doak still ranks second in career shutouts for…

Mike Donlin

A flamboyant playboy and partygoer who dressed impeccably and…

Patsy Donovan

A fleet-footed slap hitter who perennially topped the .300-mark,…

Red Dooin

Despite his diminutive size, Charley "Red" Dooin was an outstanding…

Mickey Doolin

The prototype good-field, no-hit shortstop, Mickey Doolin was…

Larry Doyle

A left-handed hitter with power and speed who batted .290 over…

Barney Dreyfuss

In an issue published a few days after the grand opening of Forbes…

Charlie Ebbets

Hardworking and ambitious, Charles Ebbets worked for the Brooklyn…

Bob Emslie

Forced to wear a hairpiece because he suffered from premature…

Steve Evans

According to some observers, Steve Evans never took baseball…

Johnny Evers

An excellent bunter, accomplished base stealer, and pesky left-handed…

Bob Ewing

In his prime, Long Bob Ewing-the "Long" referring to his 6'1",…

Art Fletcher

Art Fletcher was the leader of one of the Deadball Era's finest…

George Gibson

Over the three-year period from 1908 to 1910, Pittsburgh Pirates…

Hank Gowdy

Best known today as the first active major leaguer to enlist…

Eddie Grant

Eddie Grant was a typical Deadball Era third baseman: mediocre…

Heinie Groh

Heinie Groh was undoubtedly the National League's best third…

Noodles Hahn

In July 1903, just two months after turning 24, Noodles Hahn…

Ned Hanlon

Ned Hanlon managed 19 seasons in the major leagues — 12 in…