Harry Chozen (COURTESY OF NORMAN MACHT)

Harry Chozen

Over a span of 17 years, catcher Harry Chozen played in 1,696…

Uke Clanton

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

Ginger Clark

On August 1, 1902, manager Bill Armour of the Cleveland Bronchos…

Lefty Clarke

Although he hurled but a single game in the major leagues, Lefty…

Harry Clarke

Imagine that Ben Affleck was pressed into emergency duty during…

Joe Cleary

For more than 70 years, pitcher Joe Cleary was the last native…

Larry Colton

For Larry Colton, one night in June 1968 seemingly devastated…
Phil Cooney (BASEBALL-REFERENCE.COM)

Phil Cooney

Phil Cooney1 signed contracts with two major-league teams, neither…

Mike Corcoran

Between the two of them, brothers Michael and Larry Corcoran…

Boyd Cypert

Boyd Cypert was one of 988 players who had a “cup of coffee”…

Lee Dashner

In 1912, with only 40 games of professional experience, Lee Dashner…

Doc Daugherty

As Harold Daugherty strolled across the Weir High School diamond…

Bob Daughters

Robert Francis “Red” Daughters appeared for the Boston Red…

Otis Davis

Otis Allen Davis, a slim six-footer who could run well when he…

Flame Delhi

Young Lee Delhi attended Santa Monica (California) High School…

Shorty Des Jardien

Long before the term “multitasker” made its way into our…

Hal Deviney

Hal Deviney’s major-league debut came on July 30, 1920. Deviney’s…

Pat Duff

Pat “Paddy” Duff, one of four native Rhode Islanders to play…

Frank Dupee

Born on April 29, 1877, in the tiny Addison County village of…

Russell Ennis

Catcher Russell “Hack” Ennis played in one major-league baseball…

Cal Ermer

In July 1967, shortly after he assumed the helm of the Minnesota…

Frank Estrada

Francisco Estrada, a Mexican catcher, played just one game in…

Ferd Eunick

Ferd Eunick made the jump from Class D ball to the Cleveland…
Jack Feller

Jack Feller

Archibald “Moonlight” Graham played in only one major league…