Hank Bauer

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

Lou Boudreau

In 1942, the Cleveland Indians chose their slow-footed, hard-hitting,…

Larry Bowa

The Philadelphia Phillies’ World Series victory in 1980 was…

Jerry Coleman

Jerry Coleman was a true American war hero who played a little…

Charles Comiskey

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

Bill Dahlen

Ferocious shortstop Bill Dahlen was ejected 65 times by umpires…

George Davis

Known as "Gorgeous George" for his graceful play and blond locks,…

Kid Elberfeld

Kid Elberfeld, called "the dirtiest, scrappiest, most pestiferous,…

Michael J. Finn

A quintessential sportsman and promoter, Michael J. Finn was…

Rube Foster

“If the talents of Christy Mathewson, John McGraw, Ban Johnson…

Don Gutteridge

Don Gutteridge always said he had a wonderful life. He was married…

Vic Harris

The Homestead Grays were a dominant force in Negro League baseball…

Mike Higgins

Mike Higgins was a fine player, a successful minor-league manager,…

King Kelly

Mike “King” Kelly was professional baseball’s first matinee…

Hal Lanier

“If you can’t get fundamentals down for Hal Lanier, you cannot…

Cookie Lavagetto

Harry Arthur “Cookie” Lavagetto is best known for one swing…

Jim Lemon

On August 31, 1956, President Dwight D. Eisenhower traveled…

Whitey Lockman

Most baseball fans are aware of “The Shot Heard ’Round the…

Cum Posey

Although his fame rests with his relationship with the great…

Red Schoendienst

On October 28, 2011, the St. Louis Cardinals won their 11th World…

Frank Skaff

Frank Skaff’s big-league playing career spanned a mere 38 games…

Joe Torre

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

Sol White

Racial discrimination did not miraculously disappear in 1863…

Charles Zimmer

On August 6, 1890, Cy Young made his major-league debut with…