Tony Peña

In Tribe folklore, Tony Peña will always bring back moments…

Tony Perez

It was Wednesday evening, October 22, 1975, Game Seven of the…

Johnny Pesky

Johnny Pesky’s career got off to an unparalleled start, and…

Lou Phelan

During the 1880s, Chris von der Ahe's St. Louis Brown Stockings…

Bill Phillips

Bill Phillips’s professional baseball career spanned a quarter…

Lip Pike

Born May 25, 1845, Lipman Emanuel Pike was the first great Jewish…

Lou Piniella

Lou Piniella was a key member of the expansion franchise Kansas…

Eddie Popowski

"One of the greatest things the Red Sox ever did in all the…

Cum Posey

Although his fame rests with his relationship with the great…

Patrick Powers

After toiling nine years as a baseball manager, seven in the…

Jim Price

In 1883, the city of New York returned to the National League…

Doc Prothro

Doc Prothro never played professional baseball until he was 26…
Blondie Purcell (TRADING CARD DB)

Blondie Purcell

William Aloysius Purcell played and managed in the major leagues…

Frank Quilici

Frank Quilici must have been a milliner in a previous life because…

Bob Quinn

Bob Quinn was a baseball man for more than 60 years. He started…

Joe Quinn

Joe Quinn’s 17 seasons between 1884 and 1901 marked the first…

Willie Randolph

Willie Larry Randolph, the son of South Carolina sharecroppers…

Del Rice

Del Rice was a major-league catcher for 17 years, primarily with…

Paul Richards

Paul Richards was one of the most celebrated managers who never…

Branch Rickey

Branch Rickey was “a man of strange complexities, not to mention…

Bill Rigney

“The fascinating thing about baseball is that everyone knows…

Cal Ripken Sr.

Cal Ripken Sr. spent 36 years in the Baltimore Orioles organization…

Frank Robinson

Frank Robinson would not want to be remembered as a racial…

Wilbert Robinson

Though he was an outstanding catcher for the Baltimore Orioles…