John Holland

Once described as “a stocky mild-mannered man who cut his teeth…

Ernie Johnson Jr.

In 1957 the Milwaukee Braves seized that city’s sole major-league…

Jim Heise

When the Washington Senators called up right-handed hurler Jim…

Fred Kendall

Twelve seasons in the major leagues. That’s quite a run at…

Don Kessinger

Although he was overshadowed by four future Hall of Famers on…

Randy Hundley

Despite having a lifetime .236 batting average, Randy Hundley…

Tony Gwynn

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

Ken Griffey Jr.

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

Florence Killilea

Our story of Florence Killilea starts on January 23, 1929, but…

Calvin Griffith

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

Eduardo Green

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

Mike Hegan

During the summer of 1954 the Cleveland Indians visited New…

Wally Hood

Fred C. Newmeyer had “won another” game for his Bay City,…

Ken Heintzelman

An accepted piece of conventional wisdom in baseball says that…

Julian Javier

Besides being a superb fielding but often light hitting second…

Ernie Johnson Sr.

A right-handed relief pitcher whose major-league career spanned…

Clark Griffith

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

Pat Jacquez

“That long, long list of pitchers...like a lost platoon.”[1]…

David Green

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

John Hairston

A case could be made for the Hairston family to be labeled the…

Stan Javier

Stan Javier’s baseball heritage included his former major-league…

Clarence Heise

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

Thomas Jacquez

There have been more than 200 father-son combos in the majors…

Ken Griffey Sr.

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