Dale Alexander

Dale Alexander, the hard-hitting first baseman who was Boston's…

Rubén Amaro Sr.

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

Pete Appleton

In September 1927, the Cincinnati Reds brought up a 23-year old…

Floyd Baker

Floyd Baker was primarily a third baseman who played a good number…

Doc Barrett

For over half a century, Charles “Doc” Barrett (1877-1954)…

Charley Barrett

“He was a missionary extraordinary for the game itself. ……

Stan Benjamin

Stan Benjamin used to say, “If they let you steal first base,…

Gene Bennett

In rural counties from the Ohio Valley to the Great Lakes basin,…

Lena Blackburne

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Ray Boone

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

Bill Bradley

From 1901 to 1904 Bill Bradley was arguably the best young…

Ed Brinkman

A Gold Glove shortstop but perennial weak hitter, Edwin Albert…

Lloyd Brown

Left-handed pitcher Lloyd Brown came from Beeville, Texas, a…

Mace Brown

Mace Stanley Brown was on the leading edge of early relief pitching…

Joe Cambria

Joe Cambria was one of the most prolific scouts in major-league…

Al Campanis

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

Ralph Carroll

Immediately following his graduation from Tufts College Dental…

Charles Chapman

Most professional scouts are former players who have spent their…
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Oscar Charleston

“Charleston not only has the speed of a Carey, the arm of a…

Tom Chism

Young Orioles first basemen in the late 1970s faced mighty obstacles.…

Loyd Christopher

Loyd Christopher hit a home run on the first pitch he ever saw…

Bill Clark

This is a man who keeps busy. In 36 years as a major-league scout,…

Horace Clarke

He was a leadoff man. He played all through the eclipse of baseball's…

Andy Coakley

Andy Coakley is remembered most as “Lou Gehrig’s coach”…