Fred Downer (Pittsburgh Courier, April 19, 1924)

Fred Downer

Fred Downer led an interesting life, one that included being…
Jake Dunn (Courtesy of Gary Ashwill)

Jake Dunn

Jake Dunn was a versatile middle infielder and outfielder who…

Frank Duncan

“When I lost Frank I lost one of my best friends. Baseball…

Kerby Farrell

Cleveland manager Kerby Farrell rushed to the mound after pitcher…

Cal Ermer

In July 1967, shortly after he assumed the helm of the Minnesota…

Horace Fogel

A manager remembered for trying to convert Christy Mathewson…

Jay Faatz

Said by The Sporting News to be “as slender as a knitting needle…

Hugh Duffy

For decades, Hugh Duffy was a franchise fixture in Boston, a…

Buck Ewing

Born on October 17, 1859, in Hoagland, Ohio, a small town about…

Jim Fanning

He was the Montreal Expos’ Jim of all trades. As general manager,…

Michael J. Finn

A quintessential sportsman and promoter, Michael J. Finn was…

Michael E. Finn

San Francisco’s Mike Finn was a pioneer professional as a California…

Kid Elberfeld

Kid Elberfeld, called "the dirtiest, scrappiest, most pestiferous,…

Johnny Evers

An excellent bunter, accomplished base stealer, and pesky left-handed…

Jack Dunn

Jack Dunn was a right-handed pitcher who played professionally…

Bob Elliott

A consistent and sometimes spectacular player, Bob Elliott was…

Jimmy Dykes

One of the best-known figures of major league baseball in the…

Eddie Dyer

Eddie Dyer was one of the "Rickey men" who built baseball's first…

Art Fletcher

Art Fletcher was the leader of one of the Deadball Era's finest…

Freddie Fitzsimmons

With his short arms and legs, long torso, and ample midsection,…

Chuck Dressen

While common wisdom dictates that baseball games are won with…

Leo Durocher

From his birth in 1905, in West Springfield, Massachusetts,…

Jack Doyle

They called him "Dirty Jack," but John Joseph "Jack" Doyle never…

Charlie Ebbets

Hardworking and ambitious, Charles Ebbets worked for the Brooklyn…