Jack Clements

Despite his cumbersome 5’8½” and 204-pound physique and…

Ty Cobb

Perhaps the most competitive and complex personality ever to…

Mickey Cochrane

Gordon Stanley "Mickey" Cochrane was one of baseball's greatest…

Jerry Coleman

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

Eddie Collins

An excellent place-hitter, slick fielder, and brainy baserunner,…

Jimmy Collins

The initial third baseman enshrined in the Baseball Hall of Fame,…

Charles Comiskey

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

Dan Coogan

After the Civil War, students at the University of Pennsylvania…

Dusty Cooke

Dusty Cooke's father fought in the Confederate Army at Chancellorsville,…

Cecil Cooper

Once described by Baseball Digest as the "Rodney Dangerfield…

Alex Cora

“That is one of finest at-bats that I have ever seen!” announced…

Pat Corrales

Pat Corrales spent more than 50 years in professional baseball…
Craig Counsell (THE TOPPS COMPANY)

Craig Counsell

When Craig John Counsell first reached the majors in 1995, a…

Bobby Cox

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

Harry Craft

He had a hard time hitting major-league pitching, but his stellar…

Roger Craig

Roger Craig and “split-finger fastball” will forever be linked…

Del Crandall

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

Gavvy Cravath

Gavvy Cravath was an anomaly in the Deadball Era. Employing a…

Joe Cronin

Star player, manager, general manager, league president—only…

Jack Crooks

Jack Crooks, born on November 9, 1865, in St. Paul, Minnesota,…

Lave Cross

A nimble catcher before becoming one of the finest defensive…

Bill Dahlen

Ferocious shortstop Bill Dahlen was ejected 65 times by umpires…

Alvin Dark

President John F. Kennedy was said to have correctly answered…

George Davis

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