Claude Hendrix (TRADING CARD DB)

Claude Hendrix

A tremendous all-around athlete who was one of the Deadball Era's…

Garry Herrmann

A self-made success in the rough-and-tumble world of Cincinnati…

Buck Herzog

Buck Herzog was one of the most versatile infielders in the history…

Dick Hoblitzell

An intelligent player whom both teammates and opponents respected,…

Solly Hofman

An above-average centerfielder and one of the Deadball Era's…

John Hummel

Considered a "Methuselah" because he played for the Brooklyn…

Bill James

At the end of the 1914 season, 22-year-old Bill James stood on…

Benny Kauff

A flashy dresser and world-class trash talker, Benny Kauff was…

Johnny Kling

Arguably one of the most overlooked star players of the Dead…

Ed Konetchy

Variously called the Candy Kid, the LaCrosse Lulu, the Big Bohemian,…

Tommy Leach

Though standing just 5' 6" and weighing as little as 135 pounds…

Sam Leever

With piercing blue eyes and brown hair that was thinning even…

Lefty Leifield

"Lefty Leifield was one of those ain't-got-a-thing pitchers who…

Hans Lobert

Hans Lobert's game was built around speed. Aside from 1912, when…

Fred Luderus

Though acknowledging that Fred Luderus "is not a Stuffy McInnis…

Harry Lumley

In addition to his forte of "long hitting," Harry Lumley in his…

Sherry Magee

Today we would call Sherry Magee a five-tool player: he could…

Rabbit Maranville

Standing only 5'5" and weighing a good deal less during the Deadball…

Rube Marquard

In sports, college or professional, individual or team, nothing…

Armando Marsans

A brilliant defensive outfielder who briefly starred with the…

Christy Mathewson

In the time when Giants walked the earth and roamed the Polo…

Erskine Mayer

Erskine Mayer had a most interesting background, one that was…

Dan McGann

Dan McGann's career closely paralleled that of John McGraw, his…

Joe McGinnity

One could make a strong case for Joe McGinnity being the most…