Steel Arm Johnny Taylor (BASEBALL-REFERENCE.COM)

Steel Arm Johnny Taylor

John Boyce Taylor – known as “Steel Arm Johnny” for his…
Frank Warfield (Trading Card DB)

Frank Warfield

Frank Warfield may be one of the least understood and appreciated…
Ben Taylor (TRADING CARD DB)

Ben Taylor

Ben “Old Reliable” Taylor played professionally from 1909…

Tom Turner

Thomas Turner, a Chicago American Giants first baseman, heard…
C.I. Taylor (TRADING CARD DB)

C.I. Taylor

He was the eldest member of a quartet of baseball brothers unparalleled…

Mule Suttles

George “Mule” Suttles emerged from Alabama coal mines to…

Jim Taylor

His teams won more games than any team in the annals of organized…
Sam Streeter (CENTER FOR NEGRO LEAGUE BASEBALL RESEARCH)

Sam Streeter

In 1981 the Smithsonian Institution hosted an exhibition called…

Edsall Walker

Edsall Elliott Walker learned to love baseball as a child growing…

Quincy Trouppe

Quincy Trouppe’s passion for baseball led to a long career…

R. T. Walker

Robert Taylor Walker was born on August 20, 1914, in Arboa, Florida.…

Frank Thompson

One of the more colorful aspects of baseball history is the wide,…
Ted Strong (NOIRTECH INC.)

Ted Strong

Ted Strong Jr. thrilled baseball fans with a hard-hitting swing…

Luis E. Tiant

Luis Eleuterio Tiant (1906-1976) was one of the finest pitchers…

Bob Veale

Bob Veale was one of the hardest-throwing and most intimidating…

Cristóbal Torriente

"I think I was playing third base at the time, and he hit a ground…

Juan “Tetelo” Vargas

Tetelo Vargas was a player with exceptional skills in nearly…

Edgar “Blue” Washington

The mere mention of Edgar “Blue” Washington evokes thought…
Johnny Taylor (SEAMHEADS.COM)

Johnny Taylor

The year 1933 was one of the low points of the Great Depression.…
George Stovey (GRIT MAGAZINE, November 4, 1945)

George Stovey

George Stovey came of age just as overhand pitching became legal.…
Jim Tugerson

Jim Tugerson

While Jackie Robinson and some of the other pioneers who helped…

Bob Trice

On a sunny but windy and cool September Sunday afternoon in Philadelphia,…

Hank Thompson

Hank Thompson, a New York Giants mainstay from 1949 to 1956,…

Bob Thurman

Power-hitting Bob Thurman was nicknamed "Big Swish" because the…