Ted Turner

Anyone who has met a Braves fan in Boise, Idaho, has Ted Turner…

Bob Unglaub

Robert Alexander "Bob" Unglaub was, at best, an average ball…

Bobby Valentine

Bobby Valentine played in the majors for 10 years. After his…

Robin Ventura

Robin Mark Ventura was one of the outstanding third basemen of…

Mickey Vernon

In the 1940s and well into the 1950s, the premier first baseman…

Bill Virdon

From 1955 to 1965 Bill Virdon established his reputation as one…

Ossie Vitt

Though he played ten years in the majors, when people look back…

Honus Wagner

“There ain’t much to being a ballplayer, if you’re a ballplayer,”…

Harry Walker

Harry Walker was born to baseball and spent his life in the game.…

Bobby Wallace

Perhaps the greatest defensive shortstop of his generation, Bobby…

Big Ed Walsh

From 1907 to 1912, "Big Ed” Walsh tested the limits of a pitcher's…

John Waltz

Several men were given responsibility for managing a major league…

John Montgomery Ward

No essay-length biography could possibly do full justice to John…

John Wathan

John Wathan was a rare catcher that possessed both size and speed,…

Harvey Watkins

During the mid-1890s, the National League's problematic decision…

Bill Watkins

Prominent in the baseball circles of his time but now forgotten,…

Earl Weaver

When introducing the Orioles’ new manager in 1968, general…

Walt Weiss

Walter William Weiss was a tough player — physically and mentally. “The…

Wes Westrum

Wes Westrum was a superb defensive catcher for the New York Giants…

Harry Wheeler

At the tender age of 20 he was playing in the major leagues.…

Sol White

Racial discrimination did not miraculously disappear in 1863…

Will White

He is the answer to one trivia question and half of the answer…

Kaiser Wilhelm

Few names in early 20th-century America incited as much animosity…

Dick Williams

Dick Williams's intense competitiveness and versatility earned…