Frank Jude

Like classmate Jim Thorpe, Frank Jude was one of many outstanding…

Luther Smith

Gambling posed a serious threat to baseball in 1919. Rumors…

Virgil Cheeves

Poet Alexander Pope gave us the phrase “Hope springs eternal…

Bob Johnson

Because he was born on an Indian reservation, Bob Johnson was…

Roy Johnson

Because he was born on an Indian reservation, Roy Johnson was…

Charlie Roy

As a star pitcher with the Carlisle (Pennsylvania) Indian School,…

Vallie Eaves

Right-handed pitcher Vallie Eaves had an undistinguished major-league…

Mike Balenti

Mike Balenti was often overshadowed by teammate Jim Thorpe on…

John Bender

Between the two of them, the baseball-playing Bender brothers…

Jim Bluejacket

The World War I-era right-hander who played under the name Jim…

Jimmy Cleghorn

A teammate of Allie Reynolds in their college days, James G.…

Dwight Lowry

Dwight Lowry spent the bulk of his four-year major-league career…

Bob Neighbors

In the baseball record books, Bob Neighbors was originally without…

Jack Meyers

As a Native American playing in the Deadball Era, Jack Meyers…

Louis LeRoy

Louis Leroy was a Native American who almost became a charter…

Cal McLish

Indians fans in Cleveland awoke the morning of May 23, 1957,…

Euel Moore

There have been more than 100 major-leaguers of at least partial…

Gene Locklear

This outfielder was the first member of the Lumbee people of…

Jim Thorpe

Jim Thorpe was the greatest all-around athlete of the Deadball…

William Cadreau

A pitcher for one game in the major leagues, appearing under…

Louis Sockalexis

Louis Sockalexis, a member of the Penobscot Indian tribe of Maine,…

Allie Reynolds

Because of religious strictures imposed by his parents, Allie…

Lou Bruce

Full-blooded Mohawk Louis Bruce was one of the earlier Native…

Charles Bender

American Indian. Innovator. Renaissance man. Charles Albert “Chief”…