Andy Coakley

Andy Coakley is remembered most as “Lou Gehrig’s coach”…

Mickey Cochrane

Gordon Stanley "Mickey" Cochrane was one of baseball's greatest…

Eddie Collins

An excellent place-hitter, slick fielder, and brainy baserunner,…

Charles Comiskey

One of the most influential figures in the history of the sport,…

John Conkey

During the 1872 season of the National Association, John Conkey…

Cecil Cooper

Once described by Baseball Digest as the "Rodney Dangerfield…

Bobby Cox

Fourteen consecutive years in first place. Bobby Cox’s teams…

Joe Cronin

Star player, manager, general manager, league president—only…

Powel Crosley Jr.

Apparently young Powel Crosley Jr. had little interest in America’s…

Francis Dale

As far as we know he never played baseball. He certainly was…

Harry Dalton

He was born Harry I. Dalton on August 23, 1928, in West Springfield,…

Claude Davidson

Claude Boucher Davidson played thirty-three major league games…

John Day

Editor's note: This article was selected as a winner of the 2012…

Bill Devery

It is the rare man whose co-ownership of the New York Yankees…

Bing Devine

Vaughan Pallmore “Bing” Devine, a soft-spoken, modest man,…

Bill DeWitt

(The sound of knocking on an office door) “Come in.” “Sir,…

Mel Didier

Few if any baseball men have worked harder for longer than Mel…
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Dizzy Dismukes

This biography appears in When the Monarchs Reigned: Kansas…

Fred Doe

Except for two games in the 1890 Players League, Fred Doe devoted…

Margaret Donahue

Baseball fans and historians have doubtless wondered about the…

Ben Douglas

Ben Douglas Junior of Middletown, Connecticut is a forgotten…

Barney Dreyfuss

In an issue published a few days after the grand opening of Forbes…

Dan Dugdale

It was early in the evening on March 9, 1934, as the City Light…

Jack Dunn

Jack Dunn was a right-handed pitcher who played professionally…