Bill Craver (LIBRARY OF CONGRESS)

Bill Craver

Bill Craver was known as one of the best catchers of his time…

Homer “Goose” Curry

This biography is published in SABR’s The Baltimore Elite…

Dizzy Dismukes

He was a star pitcher, one who not only threw a no-hitter —…
Craig Counsell (THE TOPPS COMPANY)

Craig Counsell

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

Lave Cross

A nimble catcher before becoming one of the finest defensive…

Bingo DeMoss

He was, by wide acclaim, one of the finest second basemen to…

Bill Dahlen

Ferocious shortstop Bill Dahlen was ejected 65 times by umpires…

Harry Craft

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

Piper Davis

On June 12, 1996, the Birmingham Barons returned to historic…

Martin Dihigo

A league pennant was squarely on the line under the brutal Mexican…

Roger Craig

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

Steve Dillard

Steve Dillard was born in Memphis on February 8, 1951, but was…

Bobby Cox

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

George Davis

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

Del Crandall

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

Patsy Donovan

A fleet-footed slap hitter who perennially topped the .300-mark,…

Joe Cronin

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

Bill Donovan

A hard-throwing and durable right hander, "Wild Bill" Donovan…

Larry Doby

Larry Doby is best remembered for becoming the first Black player…

Gavvy Cravath

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

Jack Crooks

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

Bill Dickey

The young prospect was having a hard time adjusting to the backstop…

Alvin Dark

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

Red Dooin

Despite his diminutive size, Charley "Red" Dooin was an outstanding…