Luis Olmo

The second Puerto Rican to play in the major leagues was outfielder…

George Omachi

From internment camps to universal respect in the scouting community,…

Jack Onslow

Over a 50-year career in baseball, a man is likely to pick up…

Ken Penner

Kenneth William Penner was a baseball lifer. From the time…

Dick Phillips

Between games of a doubleheader in Chicago on May 5, 1963, on…

Alex Pompez

Alex Pompez, a Cuban American, was among the most influential…

Grover Resinger

Baseball and baseball players need people like Grover Resinger…

Tony Robello

Baseball scouts, it has often been said, are the backbone of…

Eddie Robinson

Former Rangers general manager Eddie Robinson may hold the record…

Tony Roig

The talent-starved Washington Senators of the early 1950s recognized…

Nap Rucker

Nap Rucker was one of the Deadball Era's top left-handed pitchers.…

Red Ruffing

Hall of Famer Red Ruffing’s career is a reminder that you…

Jim Russo

Super Scout: Thirty-five Years of Scouting was the name of Jim…

Connie Ryan

Although he had far from the best year of his career in 1948,…

Bill Sayles

It is fitting that Bill Sayles started his big league career…

Johnny Schulte

A backup catcher in all of his five years in the Major Leagues,…

Merle Settlemire

The 1928 Red Sox, very anxious to work their way out of the American…

Hank Severeid

Hank Severeid caught for four major-league teams between 1911…

Craig Shipley

In 1986, Craig Shipley became the first player trained in Australia…

Ted Simmons

He was an eight-time All-Star, batted .300-plus seven times,…

Roe Skidmore

“In my mind’s eye, I can still see Joe Torre – he was playing…

Cy Slapnicka

Few men were employed in organized baseball longer than Cy Slapnicka.…

Paul Snyder

Paul Snyder was the indispensable man behind the scenes of the…

Scipio Spinks

Whenever the subject of best baseball names comes up, Scipio…