Tex McDonald

Tex McDonald

Charles C. Crabtree was born on January 31, 1888, in Farmersville,…

Benny Meyer

It was the sixth inning of a 1913 exhibition game between the…

Ward Miller

His baseball career spanned the minor leagues, the National…
Harry Moran (LIBRARY OF CONGRESS)

Harry Moran

Harry Moran was born in Slater, West Virginia, on April 2, 1889.…

Rebel Oakes

“Now Ol’ Rebel Oakes come up from the South With some tan…

George Perring

A few years before the New York Yankees had a Murderers’ Row…

Mike Prendergast

Pitcher Mike Prendergast toiled over 600 innings in back-to-back…

Al Schulz

The career of Al Schulz might be summed up as “promise unfulfilled.”…

Al Shaw

Outfielder Al Shaw played from 1907 to 1909 with the St. Louis…

George Suggs

“A ballplayer making good in the big league, a handsome fellow…

Harry Swacina

As of September 13, 1907, a total of 2,965 men had played major-league…

Joe Tinker

Baseball’s Sad Lexicon By Franklin Pierce Adams   These…
Jimmy Walsh (LIBRARY OF CONGRESS)

Jimmy Walsh

Playing with the Philadelphia Phillies from 1910 through 1913,…

Robert B. Ward

Robert B. Ward didn’t get involved with professional baseball…
Doc Watson (BASEBALL-REFERENCE.COM)

Doc Watson

After tossing a complete-game victory in a one-game tryout with…
James Gilmore and Charles Weeghman of the Federal League, circa 1914 (LIBRARY OF CONGRESS)

Charles Weeghman

James Gilmore, left, and Charles Weeghman of the Federal League,…

Al Wickland

Albert Wickland was born in Chicago on January 27, 1888, the…

Ed Willett

A member of the three-time American League champions, Ed “Farmer”…

Art Wilson

Art Wilson was predominantly a backup catcher throughout his…

Tex Wisterzil

How much is a ballplayer’s time worth? In 1912 Tex Wisterzil…
Dutch Zwilling (NATIONAL BASEBALL HALL OF FAME LIBRARY)

Dutch Zwilling

Player, coach, manager, scout – such was the lot of a baseball…