Walt Wilmot (TRADING CARD DB)

Walt Wilmot

Timing is everything. Walter Wilmot was a highly sought-after…
Miles Wolff (COURTESY OF HOFFMAN WOLFF)

Miles Wolff Jr.

“He’s one of the icons of the industry, no question.” –…
Bob Watson (TRADING CARD DB)

Bob Watson

Bob Watson of the Houston Astros touches home plate to score…

Edward Bennett Williams

One night at Toots Shor’s restaurant, Edward Bennett Williams…

Erastus Wiman

Once famous but now long-forgotten, Canadian-born capitalist…

Frank Winslow

Best known today as the president of the Boston team in the 1884…
James Gilmore and Charles Weeghman of the Federal League, circa 1914 (LIBRARY OF CONGRESS)

Charles Weeghman

James Gilmore, left, and Charles Weeghman of the Federal League,…

Robert B. Ward

Robert B. Ward didn’t get involved with professional baseball…

John Montgomery Ward

No essay-length biography could possibly do full justice to John…

William Wrigley Jr.

Tuesday, October 8, 1929, should have been the peak day of…

Jean Yawkey

When Boston Red Sox owner Tom Yawkey died in 1976, he left…

Bill Watkins

Prominent in the baseball circles of his time but now forgotten,…

J.L. Wilkinson

J. Leslie Wilkinson (1878-1964) was one of the most respected…

Tom Yawkey

As the owner of the Boston Red Sox for 43 years, few if any people…

Philip Wrigley

Philip Knight Wrigley owned the Chicago Cubs from 1932 until…

Harry Wright

William Henry Wright, better known to the baseball community…

Bill White

Bill White spent 51 years in a game he didn’t love. The eight-time…

George Wright

“Whenever he would pull off one of those grand, unexpected…

Harvey Watkins

During the mid-1890s, the National League's problematic decision…

George Weiss

George Weiss presided over the greatest sustained run of excellence…

Del Webb

Del Webb’s father was a native-born Californian who spent his…