Hezekiah Allen

Hezekiah Allen, a catcher by trade, appeared in the one and only…

Walter Alston

Of all the many achievements that fill the Hall of Fame dossier…

Wyman Andrus

Montana’s Moonlight Graham, Wyman Andrus appeared in a single…

Al Autry

In the history of major league baseball, there have been 952…

Tracy Baker

June 19, 1911, was Trace Baker’s debut in professional baseball,…

Mike Balas

A 1 1/3-inning stint with the 1938 Boston Bees was the only major-league…

Al Barker

During the glorious seven-year existence of the Forest City Base…

Dick Bass

From 1900 through 2003, 952 players appeared in only a single…

Burley Bayer

Honus Wagner is regarded by many as the greatest shortstop of…

Dave Bennett

Of the two pitching Bennett brothers, briefly teammates on the…

Dan Bickham

As of the 2012 season, 26 former Princeton University Tigers…

Ivan Bigler

Rookie Ivan “Pete” Bigler, wearing the uniform of…

Red Bluhm

It was to be Harvey Bluhm's big day, his first major league…

Frederick Boardman

Through the 2017 season, 603 men born in the state of Missouri…

Curtis Brown

Curtis Brown’s one game in the majors came on May 27, 1973.…

Jophery Brown

This righty pitcher’s big-league career consisted of just one…
Cal Browning

Cal Browning

In 1958, a 20-year-old left-hander from rural Oklahoma was making…

Fred Bruckbauer

Eddie Lopat rightly earned the nickname the Junkman. The All-Star…

Farmer Burns

James “Farmer” “Slab” Burns, “the Ashtabula Midget,”…

Tom Burr

Eight major-leaguers died while serving in World War I.1 The…

Al Burris

Alva Burton Burris was born on January 28, 1874, in the small…

John Carden

Harry Agganis, Ken Hubbs, Lyman Bostock ...Some men's lives are…

Chief Chouneau

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

Uke Clanton

On September 21, 1922, manager Tris Speaker of the Cleveland…