Bud Black

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

Lena Blackburne

Always hustling and full of pep, Russell “Lena” Blackburne…

Tim Blackwell

A switch-hitting reserve catcher (.228 career batting average)…

Ray Blades

On April 9, 1947, the New York Post’s back-page headline screamed,…

Ossie Bluege

Whenever American League President Joe Cronin was asked to rank…
Bruce Bochy

Bruce Bochy

Bruce Bochy’s baseball career is filled with notable achievements.…
Steve Boros (TRADING CARD DB)

Steve Boros

An average major-leaguer and a professorial manager who tried…

Jim Bottomley

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

Lou Boudreau

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

Larry Bowa

The Philadelphia Phillies’ World Series victory in 1980 was…

Ken Boyer

Signed by the St. Louis Cardinals as a pitcher, Ken Boyer became…

Bill Bradley

From 1901 to 1904 Bill Bradley was arguably the best young player…

Bobby Bragan

Bobby Bragan was a backup catcher whose pinch-hit double in Game…

Roger Bresnahan

A versatile athlete who played all nine positions at the major-league…

Mordecai Brown

Mordecai Peter Centennial Brown, best known today for his unusual…

Donie Bush

One of the greatest defensive shortstops of the Deadball Era,…

Nixey Callahan

Though known today as “Nixey” Callahan, the slim, 5-feet-10,…

Count Campau

In a career that spanned from 1885 to 1905, Count Campau demonstrated…

Max Carey

Certain types of ballplayers have always populated baseball history.…

Bill Carrigan

An excellent defensive catcher who provided the Boston Red Sox…

Frank Chance

Forever poetically linked to Joe Tinker and Johnny Evers by F.…

Ben Chapman

More than anything, Ben Chapman is remembered these days for…
Oscar Charleston (NATIONAL BASEBALL HALL OF FAME LIBRARY)

Oscar Charleston

“Charleston not only has the speed of a Carey, the arm of a…

Hal Chase

Hal Chase, whose big league career lasted from 1905 to 1919,…