Joe Martina (TRADING CARD DB)

Joe Martina

It took “Oyster Joe” Martina a long time to reach the majors…
Rodney McCray (THE TOPPS COMPANY)

Rodney McCray

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

Jay Kirke

Jay Kirke was a formidable hitter of the 1910s and 1920s. According…

Spencer Harris

It is well known among baseball fans that Pete Rose is the major…

Fred Hopke

Soon after he signed his first professional contract, Fred Hopke…

George Kissell

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

Emil Mailho

In his long and accomplished baseball career, San Francisco Bay…

Ross Horning

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

George Hogreiver

In 1900 Sporting Life called George Hogreiver “the very best…

Leo Mangum

Look up Leo Mangum’s pitching record and you’ll find he won…

Cotton Knaupp

Cotton Knaupp played 1,555 games in the Southern Association,…

Ben Geraghty

“He was the greatest manager I ever played for, perhaps the…

Dick Fitzgerald

Dick Fitzgerald’s left arm should be put on display in a glass…

Jack Lelivelt

In a career that spanned from 1906 to 1940, Jack Lelivelt was…

Wally Mattick

A fleet-footed flycatcher with a rifle arm, World War I-era outfielder…

Truck Hannah

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

Carter Charles Hamilton

There are many Moonlight Grahams. One is a quasi-relative of…

Joe Marshall

Joe Marshall had two brief stints in the major leagues, appearing…

Charlie Graham

The one year he ventured to the East Coast to play, Charlie Graham…

Pat Flaherty

His name was Edmund Joseph Flaherty. People called him Ed, Eddie,…

Ken Guettler

If Ken Guettler had been a used car in 1956, no one would have…

Charley Hall

Standing 6-feet-1 at 185 pounds with dark good looks, the young…

Clarence Kraft

Over time, Clarence “Big Boy” Kraft was probably the greatest…

Hub Kittle

For nearly eighty years, Hub Kittle loved and studied pitching.…