Horace Clarke

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

Andy Coakley

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

Dick Cole

For young Dickie Cole, growing up in Southern California in the…

Pat Colgan

For a man who spent much of his life on the road as a baseball…

Brian Collins

Descended from Irish immigrant grandparents, Brian Michael Collins,…

Merrill Combs

Merrill Combs was a graduate of the famed Fremont High School…

Bob Connery

Over the course of three decades in the early 20th century, Robert…

Mark Corey

Outfielder Mark Corey looked like a surefire star after winning…

Ray Crone

“Amazing,” said Ray Crone when asked by the author to describe…

Joe Devine

Joseph “Joe” Devine was born in Oakland, California, on March…

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,…

Pat Dobson

Patrick Edward Dobson Jr. was born February 12, 1942, in Depew,…

Bobby Doerr

It was Ted Williams who dubbed Bobby Doerr "the silent captain…

Pat Donahue

The Cleveland Indians paid Pat Donahue $200 for a tip that led…

Atley Donald

Soft-spoken Richard Atley Donald once threw 95-mile-per-hour…

John Donaldson

In 1908 John Donaldson was a tall, slender young man from small-town…

Danny Doyle

Before Pedro Martinez arrived, scout Danny Doyle could laugh…

Jack Doyle

They called him "Dirty Jack," but John Joseph "Jack" Doyle never…

Hugh Duffy

For decades, Hugh Duffy was a franchise fixture in Boston, a…

Joe Dugan

The 1923 World Series was tied at two games apiece as the venue…
Erv Dusak (THE TOPPS COMPANY)

Erv Dusak

Erv Dusak, whose prodigious power in the minor leagues earned…

Glenn Elliott

The lesser known and less accomplished of the two unrelated Elliotts…

Joe Engel

Long before Bill Veeck sent a midget up to bat, Joe Engel sent…