Buzz Arlett

Many a night, when I should've been doing my homework, I spent…
Ed Ashenbach (COURTESY OF STEPHEN V. RICE)

Ed Ashenbach

Ed Ashenbach was known as the “King of the Minors.” Who else…

Otto Borchert

Otto Borchert is a legend in Milwaukee. He is remembered as the…

Moose Clabaugh

Before the designated hitter, the major leagues had little use…

Nick Cullop (Henry)

There have been two Nick Cullops in major-league baseball; one…

Mario Cuomo

With a passion for problem solving fueled by an unyielding streak…

Willie Delahanty

Like Gummo Marx, Willie Delahanty is the forgotten member of…

Joe Engel

Long before Bill Veeck sent a midget up to bat, Joe Engel sent…

Oliver Faulkner

Orel Hershiser set a major-league record by pitching 59 consecutive…

Truck Hannah

Right-handed-hitting catcher Truck Hannah was one of only a handful…

Ross Horning

Bumps Horning’s six years in the lowest depths of the minor…

George Kissell

Joe Torre stood facing the outfield wall like a child in a time-out.…

Wally Mattick

A fleet-footed flycatcher with a rifle arm, World War I-era outfielder…
Rodney McCray (THE TOPPS COMPANY)

Rodney McCray

Rodney McCray is known as “Crash” for the time he made his…

Millito Navarro

Emilio “Millito” Navarro was one of the patriarchs of baseball…

Ron Necciai

Ron Necciai is the real-life Sidd Finch, the greatest pitcher…

Eddie Onslow

Eddie Onslow could be described as a major-league baseball player,…

Alabama Pitts

Going from convicted felon and star athlete at Sing Sing Prison…

Dick Porter

Right fielder Dick Porter played 5½ years with the Cleveland…

Grover Resinger

Baseball and baseball players need people like Grover Resinger…

Billy Stage

Who was the fastest man ever to step on a major league diamond? …

Glenn Tufts

In the first round of the June 1973 amateur draft, the Cleveland…

Joseph Tysko

Few paths to organized baseball were as unique as that of Joseph…
Frank Verdi (TRADING CARD DB)

Frank Verdi

Frank Verdi accumulated 1,832 hits across 18 seasons playing…