Pedro Cepeda

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

Terry Clark

Like the Cheesecake Factory menu, the 1979 baseball amateur draft…

Joe Coleman (the Younger)

Three months removed from high school, hard-throwing right-hander…

Joe Coleman (the Elder)

In the late 1930s, Malden (Massachusetts) Catholic High School…

Ed Connolly Jr.

Ed Connolly Sr. was a catcher for the Boston Red Sox; his son,…

Ed Connolly Sr.

Ed Connolly was not a switch-hitter, but it appears he made a…

Jose Cruz

"One of the best and most underrated players I have ever seen."…

Jose Cruz Jr.

José Luis Cruz Jr., a switch-hitting major-league outfielder…

Iván de Jesús

Ivan de Jesus Sr. is often remembered as being involved in the…

Mel Didier

Few if any baseball men have worked harder for longer than Mel…

Bob Didier

Son of a great baseball man, scout and executive Mel Didier,…

Turk Farrell

A late-inning home run by Willie Mays was the decisive blow in…
Charlie Ganzel (SPALDING COLLECTION)

Charlie Ganzel

“We are a baseball family, I guess,” said Charlie Ganzel…
Tookie Gilbert (THE TOPPS COMPANY)

Tookie Gilbert

Tookie Gilbert’s baseball career started out in classical “boy…

David Green

David Green is one of baseball’s big “what if” stories.…

Eduardo Green

Eduardo Green (1920-1980) never played in the majors. In fact,…

Ken Griffey Jr.

While the honor of having the sweetest swing in baseball may…

Ken Griffey Sr.

Baseball lore is rich with stories of fathers and sons playing…

Calvin Griffith

When Calvin Griffith sold the Minnesota Twins in 1984, he was…

Clark Griffith

Few individuals in the history of baseball can boast of a career…

Tony Gwynn

There has never been a sports icon linked to a city quite like…

Mike Hegan

During the summer of 1954 the Cleveland Indians visited New…

Ken Heintzelman

An accepted piece of conventional wisdom in baseball says that…

Clarence Heise

Clarence “Lefty” Heise had an extremely brief major-league…