Jimmie Wilson

Jimmie Wilson was a two-time All-Star catcher whose major league…

Ivey Wingo

A fiery, redheaded, energetic catcher, Ivey Wingo retired with…

Bobby Winkles

We’ve all had job evaluations, those nerve-racking meetings…

Chicken Wolf

William Van Winkle Wolf was born on May 12, 1862 in Louisville,…

Harry Wolverton

On April 11, 1912, the New York American League club opened its…

Smoky Joe Wood

Joe Wood's reign as one of the most dominating pitchers in baseball…

George Wright

“Whenever he would pull off one of those grand, unexpected…

Harry Wright

William Henry Wright, better known to the baseball community…

Rudy York

Early in his career on the baseball diamond he was a man without…

Ned Yost

A major-league ballplayer gets called a lot of things during…

Cy Young

Cy Young is a name familiar to all but the most casual of baseball…

Charles Zimmer

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

Don Zimmer

You won’t find the definition of “baseball lifer” in the…