Eppa Rixey

Without his unforgettable name, Eppa Rixey might be one of the…

Wilbert Robinson

Though he was an outstanding catcher for the Baltimore Orioles…

Edd Roush

Known as one of the feistiest players in baseball history, Edd…

Nap Rucker

Nap Rucker was one of the Deadball Era's top left-handed pitchers.…

Dick Rudolph

Though he stood only 5' 9.5" and weighed just 160 lbs., Dick…

Vic Saier

In an article that appeared in newspapers across the country…

Slim Sallee

Hall of Fame catcher Roger Bresnahan claimed that Slim Sallee…

Frank Schulte

Frank M. Schulte was the slugging right fielder for the great…

Cy Seymour

If a young, successful major league pitcher had decided to become…

Jimmy Sheckard

In 1962 sportswriter Joe Reichler named Jimmy Sheckard as the…

Doc Smoot

Even a cursory glance at Homer Smoot's entry in baseball encyclopedias…

Fred Snodgrass

A regular in the New York Giants outfield from 1910 to 1915,…

George Stallings

A dignified, fastidious Southerner who managed in street clothes…

Harry Steinfeldt

Today Harry Steinfeldt is the answer to a oft-heard trivia question:…

Casey Stengel

Casey Stengel is best remembered for his managerial accomplishments…

Bill Sweeney

In Charles Dickens' A Tale of Two Cities, two men lead such intertwined…

Jack Taylor

The Deadball Era's Jack Taylor — not to be confused with "Brewery…

John Tener

Many people achieve success in their chosen field, but few match…
Fred Tenney (BOSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY, MCGREEVEY COLLECTION)

Fred Tenney

When it came to fielding prowess, the consensus was that Fred…

Jeff Tesreau

At 6-feet-2 and 225 pounds, Jeff Tesreau was big and strong,…

Roy Thomas

A slap hitter and exceptional bunter who specialized in fouling…

Jim Thorpe

Jim Thorpe was the greatest all-around athlete of the Deadball…

Joe Tinker

Baseball’s Sad Lexicon By Franklin Pierce Adams   These…

John Titus

"Silent John" Titus was a strong-armed outfielder who recorded…