Joe Adcock

Joe Adcock smashed some of the longest home runs ever witnessed.…

Bob Addy

A celebrated base ball character” was A. G. Spalding’s succinct…

Nick Allen

Nick Allen, a righthanded-hitting catcher of the Deadball Era,…

Felipe Alou

Upon arriving in the United States in the spring of 1956, without…

Sparky Anderson

George Lee “Sparky” Anderson was one of the great baseball…

John Anderson

Since 1931 the University of Minnesota baseball program has been…

Cap Anson

Cap Anson, baseball's first superstar, was the dominant on-field…

Luke Appling

Luke Appling had the misfortune of playing for the White Sox…

Ken Aspromonte

Brothers Bob and Ken Aspromonte were both graduates of Brooklyn’s…

Brad Ausmus

Bradley David Ausmus enjoyed a prosperous career in baseball…

Del Baker

Del Baker was born and raised about as far from the big leagues…

George Bamberger

Baltimore left-hander Mike Cuellar pitched a shaky first inning…

Dave Bancroft

Dave "Beauty" Bancroft was Honus Wagner's successor as the National…

Frank Bancroft

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

Ed Barrow

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

Jack Barry

The least known member of the Athletics' famous $100,000 infield,…

Joe Battin

Joe Battin, a 19th-century infielder, manager and umpire, was…

Hank Bauer

Right fielder Hank Bauer was a mainstay of the Casey Stengel-Yogi…

Don Baylor

Don Baylor was a hustling player who ran the bases aggressively…

Buddy Bell

The Boston Red Sox were clinging to the slimmest of leads in…

Dale Berra

On October 8, 1956, a pregnant Carmen Berra sat in the Yankee…

Yogi Berra

Many images come to mind when one hears the name Yogi Berra.…

Bud Black

Bud Black spent 15 years as a major-league pitcher and followed…

Lena Blackburne

Always hustling and full of pep, Russell “Lena” Blackburne…