John McGraw

John McGraw was perhaps the National League's most influential…

Larry McLean

At 6-feet-5 and nearly 230 pounds, Larry McLean was a large presence…

George McQuillan

George McQuillan was the Doc Gooden of the Deadball Era. In 1908…

Fred Merkle

Due to a single base-running blunder on September 23, 1908, Fred…

Jack Meyers

As a Native American playing in the Deadball Era, Jack Meyers…

Dots Miller

After playing regularly for the Pittsburgh Pirates at second…

Mike Mitchell

Mike Mitchell was a strapping 6'1", 185-pound right fielder with…

Pat Moran

Back in an era when a manager's responsibilities often included…

Mike Mowrey

Contemporary observers considered Mike Mowrey one of the best…

Charles Murphy

One of the most controversial figures of the Deadball Era, Charles…

Red Murray

"Red Murray was for years noted as one of the greatest outfielders…

Hy Myers

Effective as a leadoff man or in the middle of the lineup, Hy…

Hank O'Day

Hank O’Day is one of the few men to have played, umpired, and…

Ivy Olson

If you were drafting players in a fantasy baseball league, you…

Orval Overall

A huge man for the Deadball Era, standing 6'2" and weighing 214…

Dode Paskert

Fleet-footed Dode Paskert was one of the finest defensive center…

Jeff Pfeffer

The rough and tumble world of early 20th century baseball demanded…

Jack Pfiester

A side-wheeling left-hander with a great pick-off move to first…

Deacon Phillippe

Voted by the Pittsburgh fans as the greatest right-handed pitcher…

Harry Pulliam

Described as "an idealist, a dreamer, and a lover of solitude…

Bugs Raymond

New York Giants manager John McGraw considered Bugs Raymond one…

Ed Reulbach

According to J.C. Kofoed of Baseball Magazine, Big Ed Reulbach…

Cy Rigler

National League umpire Cy Rigler was a model of restraint in…

Claude Ritchey

Gone and virtually forgotten today, Claude Ritchey was one of…