Ken Coleman

Soon after the 1967 World Series ended, Fleetwood Recording Co.…

David Cone

"I like to think of the world’s greatest athlete coming up…

Jack Corrigan

At an early age Jack Corrigan had his sights set on being a sports…

Harry Coyle

Harry Coyle taught us how to watch baseball on television. As…

Dizzy Dean

Frankie Frisch may have been playing possum, or just being coy.…

Connie Desmond

In the 1940s Red Barber was solidly entrenched as the Brooklyn…

Helen Dettweiler

Helen Dettweiler was “The Girl of Summer” in 1938 when she…

Don Drysdale

“Hitters would dig a hole and really get anchored with their…

Jimmy Dudley

In a 1984 interview, former Cleveland Indians broadcaster Jimmy…

Bob Elson

At age 25, Bob Elson had the ideal attributes to appeal to a…

Dick Enberg

Few post-1960 sportscasters have enjoyed a broader national impact…

Jim Fanning

He was the Montreal Expos’ Jim of all trades. As general manager,…

Mike Flanagan

Mike Flanagan was the ace of a Baltimore Orioles staff for over…

Ray Fosse

On June 24, 1970, the Cleveland Indians were visiting New York…

Jimmie Foxx

As he had done many times in recent years, Jimmie Foxx chose…

Bill Freehan

Widely regarded as one of the game’s best defensive catchers…

Ford Frick

Commissioner Ford C. Frick presided over 14 of the most turbulent…

Joe Garagiola

Hundreds of ballplayers, from Jack Graney to Alex Rodriguez,…

Nomar Garciaparra

After seeing Nomar Garciaparra play, Red Sox great Ted Williams…

Tom Glavine

This biography appears in Braves Win! Braves Win! Braves Win!…

John Gordon

He established his “Touch ’Em All” call for home runs in…

Curt Gowdy

In a career spanning more than 40 years, Curt Gowdy became recognized…

Jack Graney

Today Jack Graney is best remembered as the man of the firsts.…

Mark Grant

As major-league debuts go, Mark Grant’s did not lack in drama.…