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…

Chuck Harmon

The first African-American player for the Cincinnati Reds, Charles…

John Hart

The Cleveland Indians’ return to prominence in the mid-1990s…

Fred Hatfield

Fred James Hatfield spent more than a half-century in baseball…

Grady Hatton

If not for two years of military service and four years at the…

Andy High

“It was at the Polo Grounds on Opening Day in 1922. I was standing…

Vedie Himsl

With a career in pro ball spanning 60 years, Vedie Himsl, “the…

Bill Hinchman

“There is something inspiring to discouraged ball players in…

Fred Hofmann

Catcher Fred “Bootnose” Hofmann played in part or all of…

Jack Horner

“Horner and Warner are a strong team… [Pitcher] Horner’s…

Edith Houghton

There is a kind of Holy Trinity of obsessions all serious baseball…

Carl Hubbell

Carl Owen Hubbell, one of the top pitchers of the 1930s, is rated…

Willis Hudlin

Winner of 158 major-league games, Willis Hudlin was a mainstay…

Johnny Hudson

Variously referred to as “The Bryan boy,” “Bryanite,”…

Sid Hudson

When Tom Brokaw wrote about the “greatest generation,” he…

George Huff

Baseball scouts have historically thrived on anonymity.  …

Ben Huffman

Few players in the years before World War II started their professional…

Arthur Irwin

Even for serious fans of early baseball, it can be difficult…
Enrique "Hank" Izquierdo (TRADING CARD DB)

Enrique "Hank" Izquierdo

In 1965, at the age of 34 and in his 15th season in professional…
Elvio Jiménez (THE TOPPS COMPANY)

Elvio Jiménez

Which New York Yankees player had the highest batting average…