Eddie Stack (TRADING CARD DB)

Eddie Stack

Right-handed pitcher Eddie Stack was a collegiate and semipro…

Herb Stein

Herb Stein is a baseball rarity in that his whole career was…

Jerry Stephenson

The careers of Jerry Stephenson and his father Joe embrace over…

Johnny Sturm

Standing 6-foot-1 and weighing 185 pounds, Missouri native Johnny…
Ed Sukla (THE TOPPS COMPANY)

Ed Sukla

Ed Sukla made a career in the game of baseball, first in the…

Ted Sullivan

The Johnny Appleseed of baseball, Timothy Paul “Ted” Sullivan,…

Larry Sutton

From program seller to umpire, manager, scout, and owner, Larry…

Bennie Tate

"It went about half way up in the right-field stands. It would…

Birdie Tebbetts

In a 1973 SABR survey, Birdie Tebbetts narrowly missed being…

Jerry Terrell

Jerry Terrell was a bit of a rarity during his playing days.…

Tommy Thomas

Baltimore native Tommy Thomas signed his first professional baseball…

Ira Thomas

A weak-armed washout from two other American League teams, catcher…
Tim Thompson (THE TOPPS COMPANY)

Tim Thompson

At age 96 in 2020, Tim Thompson was one of the ever-rarer surviving…

Junior Thompson

Do we call him Junior or Gene? Was Junior his given name or a…

Fresco Thompson

Fresco Thompson, the jester in Walter O’Malley’s court, ran…

Bob Thurman

Power-hitting Bob Thurman was nicknamed "Big Swish" because the…

Pie Traynor

For one generation of Pittsburghers, Pie Traynor was that tanned,…

Quincy Trouppe

Quincy Trouppe’s passion for baseball led to a long career…

Glenn Tufts

In the first round of the June 1973 amateur draft, the Cleveland…

Al Unser

Ask American sports fans about Al Unser, and they’ll probably…

Del Unser

“Dad always told me: ‘When you put on a uniform, you hustle.’”…

Elmer Valo

Elmer William Valo was born in Czechoslovakia but lived the…

Charlie Wagner

Charlie Wagner served the Red Sox with a continuous tenure longer…

Bobby Wallace

Perhaps the greatest defensive shortstop of his generation, Bobby…