Doc Adams

The history of baseball is a lie from beginning to end, from…

Ivers Adams

As the first president of the Boston Baseball Association in…

Bob Allen

Many baseball fans know about the 1894 Philadelphia Phillies…

Ruben Amaro Jr.

“I take a great deal of pride in my background and my heritage.”1That…

Nicholas Apollonio

As the fourth president of the Boston Base Ball Association,…

Dick Armstrong

When considering the life of Dick Armstrong, most contemporaries…

Alfred Austrian

To certain chroniclers of the Black Sox Scandal, the actor most…

Gene Autry

Gene Autry was the kind of man who paid the bills for old friends…

Phil Ball

St. Louis Browns owner Phil Ball, second from left, meets with…

Frank Bancroft

Best known today as the field manager of the Providence team…

Sal Bando

Team captain Sal Bando was the glue that held the volatile Oakland…

Ed Barrow

Most famous for his wildly successful tenure in the New York…

Bill Bartholomay

The man primarily responsible for bringing the Braves to Atlanta…

Buzzie Bavasi

Buzzie Bavasi had a ball running a ball club. In 18 years directing…

James Billings

For nearly three decades from 1876 to 1904, J.B. Billings was…

Ed Bolden

Before Ed Bolden began his career in baseball, he was a domestic…

Otto Borchert

Otto Borchert is a legend in Milwaukee. He is remembered as the…

Bobby Bragan

Bobby Bragan was a backup catcher whose pinch-hit double in Game…

Sam Breadon

In the long and successful history of the St. Louis Cardinals…

Roger Bresnahan

A versatile athlete who played all nine positions at the major-league…

Helene Britton

In March 1911, with woman suffrage a popular topic in the newspapers,…

Joe L. Brown

The children of the elite often will have difficulty establishing…

Bobby Brown

More than 17,000 players have played Major League baseball, but…