Helene Britton, circa 1915 (LIBRARY OF CONGRESS)

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 19,000 players have played Major League baseball, but…

John T. Brush

A sufferer from locomotor ataxia, a painful disease of the nervous…

Morgan Bulkeley

There’s a bridge that stretches across the Connecticut River,…

Joe Burke

Joe Burke broke into baseball with help from his wife, and spent…

Michael Burke

Words cannot contain Mike Burke. A man of boundless courage and…

Al Burris

Alva Burton Burris was born on January 28, 1874, in the small…
Ray Burris (THE TOPPS COMPANY)

Ray Burris

Righthander Ray Burris spent parts of 15 seasons (1973-1987)…

Gussie Busch

For nearly a quarter century, Gussie Busch simultaneously led…

Donie Bush

One of the greatest defensive shortstops of the Deadball Era,…

Charles Byrne

“Why that’s Charley Byrne, a man who has done more than anyone…

Joseph Cairnes

Massachusetts-based contractors Lou Perini, Joseph Maney, and…

Al Campanis

Eight words: “They may not have some of the necessities.”…

Jim Campbell

By the end of 1987 Jim Campbell had set the major league record…

Robert Cannon

Robert Cannon came to love baseball as a boy growing up in Milwaukee.…

William H. Conant

William H. Conant, Arthur H. Soden, and James B. Billings were…

Bob Carpenter

Robert Ruliph Morgan Carpenter Jr. was born August 13, 1915 in…

Joe Carr

Best known as the president of the National Football League from…

Alexander Cartwright

Other than Abner Doubleday, perhaps no person associated with…

Frank Cashen

Frank Cashen was one of the most successful front-office executives…

Aaron Burt Champion

He legitimately could be called the Father of Professional Baseball,…

Happy Chandler

Few 20th-century politicians had a more impressive résumé than…

Fred Clarke

Fate: “The supposed force, principle, or power that predetermines…