Ed Katalinas

The world champion 1968 Detroit Tigers were largely “homegrown—signed…

Pop Kelchner

A college professor who spoke seven languages and taught three…
Buddy Kerr (TRADING CARD DB)

Buddy Kerr

Buddy Kerr was one of the nice guys who finished last. Loyal…

Dick Kinsella

It was a career that included playing minor-league baseball,…

Clyde Kluttz

Clyde Kluttz, a journeyman catcher-turned-scout, convinced Charlie…

Paul Krichell

When he was 36 years old Paul Krichell found himself at something…

Al LaMacchia

Late in the summer of 1948, Al LaMacchia broke his wrist while…

Roy and Bessie Largent

There have been many famous husband-wife teams who shared a career,…

Bill LeFebvre

How many pitchers hit a home run their first time up in the major…

Steve Lembo

Catcher Steve Lembo was a lifelong New Yorker. He was born in…

Lenny Levy

Lenny Levy’s career defies conventional logic. A washout in…

Allan Lewis

Allan Lewis was baseball’s first “designated runner.” Owner…

Hans Lobert

Hans Lobert's game was built around speed. Aside from 1912, when…

Dario Lodigiani

Vince DiMaggio, Joe DiMaggio, and Dominic DiMaggio were his sidekicks.…

Johnny Logan

The first major-league ballplayer to play on championship teams…

Eddie Lopat

Eddie Lopat, "The Junkman," teamed with fireballers Vic Raschi…
Tony Lucadello (MLB PROPERTIES)

Tony Lucadello

Tony Lucadello was one of the best “ivory hunters” of all…
Fred Lucas (BASEBALL-REFERENCE.COM)

Fred Lucas

Although two-and-a-half months with the 1935 Philadelphia Phillies…

Al Lyons

Al Lyons was a pitcher during parts of four seasons in the Major…

Bobby Maduro

Cuban entrepreneur Roberto “Bobby” Maduro was a singular…

Lou Maguolo

“Baseball is a bum’s game, and so is football,” Ferdinand…

Gonzalo Márquez

Gonzalo Márquez, one of the earlier Venezuelans in the majors,…

Bill Marshall

Billy Marshall’s career with the Boston Red Sox was about…

Horacio "Rabbit" Martinez

Horacio “Rabbit” Martínez (1912-1992) was the prototype…