Ray Hartranft

Bill Shettsline must have been delighted. Peering through a knothole…
Chris Haughey (BASEBALL-REFERENCE.COM)

Chris Haughey

On his 18th birthday, righty Chris Haughey appeared in his only…

Lafayette Henion

He was a high-school phenom who found himself pitching in the…

Larry Hesterfer

In any competition for most eventful one-game major-league career,…

Joe Hietpas

Joe Hietpas caught the last half-inning of the season’s finale…
Cliff "Red" Hill (BASEBALL-REFERENCE.COM)

Cliff Hill

Texan lefthander Cliff Hill overcame family tragedy to become…

Harley Hisner

When you only pitch a few innings in the big leagues, in a meaningless…
Malachi Hogan

Malachi Hogan

It’s not unusual for a player who has a cup of coffee in the…

Bob Hogan

Robert Edward (Bob) Hogan was a one-game major-leaguer in 1882.…

Mike Hopkins

In real estate the mantra is “Location, location, location.”…
Hanson Horsey (EASTERN SHORE BASEBALL HALL OF FAME)

Hanson Horsey

Hanson “Hans” Horsey had a whirlwind four-inning cup of coffee…

Earl Howard

The Great War (known today as World War I) in Europe affected…

Jesse Hudson

Jesse James Hudson was a southpaw with an outlaw’s name and…

Al Huenke

You could think of Al Huenke as another Moonlight Graham. Archie…

Ed Irwin

In mid-May 1912, management of the Detroit Tigers confronted…
Art Jacobs (TRADING CARD DB)

Art Jacobs

When the Orioles “threatened in the eighth, [relief pitcher]…

Lefty Jamerson

Charles Jamerson came to the Boston Red Sox at the age of 24,…

Tommy Johns

At first blush, there isn’t much to say about Tommy Johns –…
Mel Kerr (COURTESY OF MEL ROSENBAUM)

Mel Kerr

Swift Canadian Mel Kerr made just one major-league appearance.…

Billy Kinloch

Playing in the major leagues -- even for a single game -- has…

Eddie Kolb

Eddie Kolb pitched a single major league game as a teenager under…
Joe Koukalik (COURTESY OF BILL LAMB)

Joe Koukalik

During a road trip late in the 1904 season, Brooklyn Superbas…

Steve Kuczek

Stanislaw "Steve" Kuczek had a brief one-game major league career…

John LaRose

A Pawtucket native, left-hander Henry John LaRose was first called…