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.…

Mark Gubicza

(On arriving at Kauffman Stadium for the first time) “As we…

Halsey Hall

Holler “Holy Cow!” in the Eastern United States and people…

Tom Hamilton

Tom “Hammy” Hamilton was well known as the “Voice of the…

Merle Harmon

He was a sports broadcaster and former college football player…

Ken Harrelson

Kenneth Smith Harrelson was born on September 4, 1941, in Woodruff,…

Ernie Harwell

For 55 seasons, baseball fans were able to get a greater enjoyment…

Fran Healy

“I realized that this was a short-lived career, and I did something…

Mike Hegan

During the summer of 1954 the Cleveland Indians visited New…

Harry Heilmann

When Harry Heilmann reached the big leagues, he had a daunting…

Al Helfer

“Brother Al” Helfer was the everyday voice of baseball in…

Keith Hernandez

Keith Hernandez, one of the major leagues’ all-time best fielding…

Orel Hershiser

On October 20, 1988, the Los Angeles Dodgers were on the verge…

Russ Hodges

People of a certain age know where they were when the Japanese…

Fred Hoey

“Eddie Morris, chubby little commodore of the Massachusetts…

Waite Hoyt

Right-hander “Schoolboy” Waite Hoyt signed an option contract…

Ernie Johnson

A right-handed relief pitcher whose major-league career spanned…

Ernie Johnson Jr.

In 1957 the Milwaukee Braves seized that city’s sole major-league…

Jim Kaat

The minds and memories of casual baseball fans often recall the…

Al Kaline

Albert William Kaline was born December 19, 1934, to Nicholas…

George Kell

In a career that spanned 15 seasons, George Kell batted .306…