Sandy Alomar

A speedy, talented and versatile infielder, Sandy Alomar Sr.…

Sandy Alomar Jr.

Jacobs Field in Cleveland was the site for Major League Baseball’s…

Ruben Amaro Jr.

“I take a great deal of pride in my background and my heritage.”1That…

Rubén Amaro Sr.

“Baseball is our way of life in the Amaro family,” said Rubén…

Santos Amaro

As of 2012, four families had sent three generations of players…

Jim Bagby Jr.

Jim Bagby Jr. was a second-generation major leaguer, his career…

Jim Bagby Sr.

Ty Cobb once called Jim Bagby "the smartest pitcher he ever faced."…

Buzzie Bavasi

Buzzie Bavasi had a ball running a ball club. In 18 years directing…

Steve Bedrosian

This biography appears in Braves Win! Braves Win! Braves Win!…

Buddy Bell

The Boston Red Sox were clinging to the slimmest of leads in…

Dale Berra

On October 8, 1956, a pregnant Carmen Berra sat in the Yankee…

Yogi Berra

Many images come to mind when one hears the name Yogi Berra.…

Barry Bonds

“For what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole…

Bobby Bonds

In 1965, Giants second baseman Hal Lanier and his father, Max,…

Ray Boone

On July 15, 2003, Ray Boone was taking in the scene at the All-Star…

Pedro Borbón Jr.

This biography appears in Braves Win! Braves Win! Braves Win!…

Helene Britton

In March 1911, with woman suffrage a popular topic in the newspapers,…

Mike Brumley (the Younger)

Three days before the start of the 1990 season, Omar Vizquel,…

Mike Brumley (the Elder)

Catcher Mike Brumley’s future in the major leagues appeared…

The Brush Family Women

Beset by a chronic illness and often in pain, John T. Brush was…

John T. Brush

A sufferer from locomotor ataxia, a painful disease of the nervous…

Al Campanis

Eight words: “They may not have some of the necessities.”…

Orlando Cepeda

When Orlando Cepeda stood on the podium in Cooperstown, New York,…

Pedro Cepeda

Pedro Cepeda, better known as Perucho, was the first player considered…