Hank Majeski

Many baseball enthusiasts recall the bottom-of-the-tenth pinch-hit…

Pinky May

Those who served during World War II were collectively known…

Barney McCosky

William Barney McCosky, a Pennsylvania native who grew up in…

George McQuinn

It was a long journey for George McQuinn to the 1947 New York…

Johnny Mize

In 1947 Johnny Mize did something unmatched in baseball history.…

Hugh Mulcahy

One can sensibly argue that Hugh Mulcahy was one of the hardest-luck…

Van Lingle Mungo

“He is another Vance, another Dazzy, I’m telling you. Hasn’t…

Art Passarella

Across the decades, baseball players from the celebrated to the…

Claude Passeau

On baseball’s biggest stage, Chicago Cubs right-hander Claude…

Johnny Pesky

Johnny Pesky’s career got off to an unparalleled start, and…

Howie Pollet

Left-hander Howie Pollet was a pitching prodigy, but arm injuries…

Johnny Sain

First we’ll use Spahn, then we’ll use Sain, Then an off…

Hal Trosky

Hal Trosky played first base for the Cleveland Indians and the…

Virgil Trucks

The last-place Detroit Tigers went to New York to meet the reigning…

Johnny Vander Meer

Cincinnati Reds pitcher Johnny Vander Meer was close to achieving…

Eddie Waitkus

Eddie Waitkus was a slick-fielding first baseman who in an…

Early Wynn

Chicago fans were outraged when the White Sox traded their most…