Guy Morton

Guy Morton reported to New Orleans for spring training in 1914…

Jaime Navarro

Puerto Rico and baseball. From the legendary Roberto Clemente…

Julio Navarro

East of Puerto Rico lie the isles of Vieques and Culebra. Along…

Chet Nichols

As a 20-year-old rookie, Chet Nichols Jr. led the National League…

Jimmy O'Rourke

Father and son teammates are a familiar feature of the slow-pitch…

Bob Oliver

Robert Lee “Bob” Oliver played baseball with the Kansas City…

Tony Peña

In Tribe folklore, Tony Peña will always bring back moments…

Duane Pillette

Right-hander Duane Pillette is the answer to at least five baseball…

Herman Pillette

Herman Pillette pitched professionally in four decades, from…

Mel Queen

An infielder, outfielder, pitcher, coach, manager, scout, farm…

Mel Queen

Melvin Joseph Queen overcame frequent bouts of wildness to have…

Bob Quinn

Bob Quinn was a baseball man for more than 60 years. He started…

John J. Quinn

John J. Quinn spent 47 years working for major-league baseball…
Cal Ripken (NATIONAL BASEBALL HALL OF FAME LIBRARY)

Cal Ripken

On a warm September evening in 1995 at Baltimore’s Camden…

Cal Ripken Sr.

Cal Ripken Sr. spent 36 years in the Baltimore Orioles organization…

Billy Ripken

Infielder Billy Ripken attacked the game of baseball with reckless…

Frank Robison

After achieving status as a prominent builder of street railways,…

Kevin Romine

Although he was never provided the steady playing time he felt…
Ralph Savidge (BASEBALL-REFERENCE.COM)

Ralph Savidge

“Savidge has mastered the ‘finger nail curve.’ He believes…

Dick Schofield (the Elder)

Dick Schofield spent 19 years in the big leagues working for…

Ziggy Sears

John William “Ziggy” Sears was a minor-league outfielder…

Dave Sisler

When Dave Sisler initially toed the rubber at Fenway Park as…

George Sisler

Arguably the first great first baseman of the twentieth century,…

Dick Sisler

Dick Sisler, who hit the most famous home run in Phillies history,…