Bob Addy

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

Bud Black

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

Jim Bottomley

On a mid-September afternoon in Brooklyn in 1924, Cardinals third–year…

Bobby Cox

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

Del Crandall

Less than four months after his 19th birthday, Del Crandall became…

Lave Cross

A nimble catcher before becoming one of the finest defensive…

Eddie Dyer

Eddie Dyer was one of the "Rickey men" who built baseball's first…

Fred Haney

Fred Girard Haney touched all the bases in a 65-year baseball…

John Hart

The Cleveland Indians’ return to prominence in the mid-1990s…

Solly Hemus

Pepper pot. Bulldog. Firebrand. Scrapper. Solly Hemus answered…

Eddie Kasko

Eddie Kasko was a major-league infielder with four different…

Don Kessinger

Although he was overshadowed by four future Hall of Famers on…

Harvey Kuenn

Picture this: You are standing in a dugout in St Louis. It is…

Harry Lord

Another couple of miles west and New Hampshire could have claimed…

Ted Lyons

Ted Lyons is remembered as the “Sunday pitcher” who started…

Deacon McGuire

James Thomas McGuire, who would be known as “Deacon Jim”…

Bob O’Farrell

It is known as “creative license” and in Hollywood it often…

Muddy Ruel

From playing in the schoolyards and sandlots of St. Louis to…

Eddie Sawyer

In 1883 the Worcester Ruby Legs became the Philadelphia Quakers…

Larry Shepard

Serving as the pitching coach for the Big Red Machine is a bit…

Burt Shotton

Unlike Leo Durocher, the man he replaced as Brooklyn Dodgers…

Al Spalding

Albert Spalding’s life story could have been written by Horatio…

Eddie Stanky

One can statistically evaluate with some degree of accuracy…

Alan Trammell

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