Jim Heise

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

Wally Hood

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

Randy Hundley

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

Pat Jacquez

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

Thomas Jacquez

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

Ernie Johnson

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

Ernie Johnson Jr.

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

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…

Florence Killilea

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

Henry Killilea

Henry J. Killilea is one of those men who were important in their…

Jeff Kunkel

Jeff Kunkel appeared in 357 games over eight major-league seasons,…

Hal Lanier

“If you can’t get fundamentals down for Hal Lanier, you cannot…

Max Lanier

A hard-throwing southpaw and two-time All-Star, Max Lanier won…

Mark Leiter

Mark Leiter was a right-handed pitcher who appeared in 335 games…

Freddie Lindstrom

Someone once wrote that his rise to fame was meteoric, and like…

Lee MacPhail

The son of a brilliant but combative Hall of Fame baseball executive,…

Larry MacPhail

Flamboyant, visionary, ego — or monomaniacal, tempestuous,…

Willard Mains

Part of the story of Willard Eben Mains is typical of the era,…

John Mayberry

Baseball is a great family sport and father/son duos have been…

Hal McRae

In many situations, an injury or a trade can end up being a setback…

Art Mills

Many major league ballplayers have served their country in the…

Willie Mills

The long history of baseball has seen many players make it to…

Moose Morton

Guy “Moose” Morton Jr. made his major-league debut with the…