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…

Marty Martinez

Orlando “Marty” Martínez Oliva was a major-league baseball…

Wally Mattick

A fleet-footed flycatcher with a rifle arm, World War I-era outfielder…

Bob Mavis

At Yankee Stadium in the top of the ninth inning on September…

Jack McCallister

Jack McCallister was appointed manager of the Cleveland Indians…

Gene McCann

Perhaps the least known member of the high-powered scouting department…

Larry McClure

This little pitcher from Amherst College – 5-feet-6 and 130…

Maje McDonnell

From 1950 to 2008, the Philadelphia Phillies won five National…

Sam Mele

Sam Mele managed the Minnesota Twins to the American League pennant…
Lloyd Merritt (THE TOPPS COMPANY)

Lloyd Merritt

The story of a hometown boy making good is firmly entrenched…

Charlie Metro

After six seasons in the minor leagues, Charlie Metro stepped…

Butch Metzger

In the long history of the Rookie of the Year Award, Butch Metzger…
Gene Michael (TRADING CARD DB)

Gene Michael

Gene “Stick” Michael is the only person to serve, at one…

Buster Mills

Born as Colonel Buster Mills, this outfielder-turned-soldier…

Alex Monchak

While baseball history is most often made by winning teams and…

Johnny Moore

Johnny Moore’s one glimpse of fame, if it can be called that,…

George Moriarty

Fiery and temperamental on the playing field but friendly and…

Johnny Mostil

Rising from the Chicago sandlots, Johnny Mostil joined the White…

Greg Mulleavy

Shortstop Greg “Moe” Mulleavy played 78 games for the White…

Dave Nelson

David Earl Nelson was born on June 20, 1944, in Fort Sill, Oklahoma.…

Johnny Neun

The once thick and perfectly groomed dark hair grew thin and…