Chick Stahl

Before committing suicide under mysterious circumstances in the…

Jake Stahl

Big, powerful, and deceptively fast, Garland “Jake” Stahl…

George Stallings

A dignified, fastidious Southerner who managed in street clothes…

Eddie Stanky

One can statistically evaluate with some degree of accuracy…
Joe Start (COURTESY OF THE AUTHOR)

Joe Start

There have been countless cosmetic changes in how baseball has…
Harry Stovey (NATIONAL BASEBALL HALL OF FAME LIBRARY)

Harry Stovey

There exists a long list of forgotten nineteenth-century baseball…
When the Monarchs Reigned: Kansas City's 1942 Negro League Champions Edited by Frederick C. Bush and Bill Nowlin

Ted Strong

This biography appears in When the Monarchs Reigned: Kansas…

Clyde Sukeforth

Clyde Sukeforth was a backup catcher who played parts of ten…

Ted Sullivan

The Johnny Appleseed of baseball, Timothy Paul “Ted” Sullivan,…

Billy Sullivan Sr.

Though "never very strong in stick work," his Deadball Era contemporaries…

Mule Suttles

George “Mule” Suttles emerged from Alabama coal mines to…

Charlie Sweasy

For a few years as a young man he was the most noted second baseman…
Ben Taylor (TRADING CARD DB)

Ben Taylor

Ben “Old Reliable” Taylor played professionally from 1909…
C.I. Taylor (TRADING CARD DB)

C.I. Taylor

He was the eldest member of a quartet of baseball brothers unparalleled…

Jim Taylor

His teams won more games than any team in the annals of organized…

Birdie Tebbetts

In a 1973 SABR survey, Birdie Tebbetts narrowly missed being…
Patsy Tebeau (TRADING CARD DB)

Patsy Tebeau

Patsy Tebeau was a pugnacious competitor from the mean streets…
Fred Tenney (BOSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY, MCGREEVEY COLLECTION)

Fred Tenney

When it came to fielding prowess, the consensus was that Fred…

Bill Terry

William Harold "Bill" Terry was a superior first baseman in…

Joe Tinker

Baseball’s Sad Lexicon By Franklin Pierce Adams   These…

Joe Torre

Baseball is a game of numbers, so it is fitting to begin this…

Alan Trammell

On a crisp mid-October day in 1984, Alan Trammell played a key…

Pie Traynor

For one generation of Pittsburghers, Pie Traynor was that tanned,…

Quincy Trouppe

Quincy Trouppe’s passion for baseball led to a long career…