Duane Kuiper

On August 30, 1977, there were two numbers that headlined the…

Ray Lane

Born in Detroit in 1930, some of Ray Lane’s earliest memories…

Al Leiter

Al Leiter spent 18 years in the majors and enjoyed pitching success…

Vince Lloyd

From the mid-1960s to 1980s, Vince Lloyd and Lou Boudreau brought…

Fred Lynn

He arrived on the big-league scene like a bolt of lightning through…

Steve Lyons

Steve Lyons was a utility player who spent nine years in the…

Gus Mancuso

Popular, smiling catcher Gus Mancuso played in five World Series…

Rick Manning

Rick Manning, to quote journalist Steve Eby, “just might be…

Ned Martin

“Oh, Gertrude, when sorrows come they come not as single spies…

Denny Matthews

This biography appears in Kansas City Royals: A Royal Tradition…

Jocko Maxwell

When radio came along in the 1920s, it brought sports, including…

Tim McCarver

For those who saw Tim McCarver break in with the St. Louis Cardinals…

Frank McCormick

In three different seasons — 1939, 1941, and 1944 — Frank…

Arch McDonald

Arch McDonald was the first radio voice of the New York Yankees,…

Graham McNamee

Red Barber described how Graham McNamee helped break the ground…

Bob Montgomery

Nashville native and Red Sox catcher Bob Montgomery was born…

Monte Moore

During his two stints as a broadcaster for the Athletics, Monte…

Jack Morris

With a competitive, sometimes combative, spirit and a devastating…

Bobby Murcer

As a boy, he rooted for the New York Yankees. Before he became…

Dave Nelson

David Earl Nelson was born on June 20, 1944, in Fort Sill, Oklahoma.…

Lindsey Nelson

“I’ve done football for fun,” Lindsey Nelson once said.…

Jim Northrup

James Thomas "Jim" Northrup, who was born and raised in a small…

Joe Nuxhall

One of baseball’s charms is its lack of timekeeping. Though…