Jewel Ens

The baseball lifer has been around almost as long as the professional…
Nino Escalera (TRADING CARD DB)

Nino Escalera

It took 72 years for the first Black man to play for the Cincinnati…

Bill Essick

After college Bill Essick had to choose between life as a musician…

Jim Fanning

He was the Montreal Expos’ Jim of all trades. As general manager,…

Tom Ferrick

Tom Ferrick was a baseball lifer. The right-hander won Game Three…

Jesse Flores

He rose out of the citrus fields of Southern California to…

Jack Fournier

During a fifteen-year major-league career that spanned the Deadball…

Jim Fregosi

Most famous today for being on the wrong end of one of history’s…

Denny Galehouse

Denny Galehouse was born on December 7, 1911, 30 years to the…

Billy Gardner

Billy Gardner played 10 seasons in the big leagues from 1954…

George Genovese

The manager of the Hotel del Comercio in Caracas, Venezuela,…

Alphonso Gerard

One lone ballplayer from the U.S. Virgin Islands played in the…

Al Gionfriddo

“Running! turning! leaping! like little Al Gionfriddo — a…

Tommy Giordano

Tommy “T-Bone” Giordano appeared in only 11 games in the…

Tony Giuliani

He could have been nicknamed “Tugboat” or, for that matter,…

Roland Gladu

Roland Gladu was a major sports figure in Quebec for decades.…

Joe Gordon

Larry Doby did not know what to expect as he arrived in Chicago…

Charlie Graham

The one year he ventured to the East Coast to play, Charlie Graham…

Tom Greenwade

The Mick Each scout is typically associated with his top signee,…

Burleigh Grimes

Burleigh Arland Grimes, who pitched in four games for the St.…

Heinie Groh

Heinie Groh was undoubtedly the National League's best third…

Epifanio Guerrero

“We still don’t really know how Epy Guerrero signed this…

Howie Haak

Called the “King of the Caribbean” by baseball people and…

Sam Hairston

Patriarch of a three-generation big-league family, hard-hitting…