Roberto Alomar

The son of a longtime major leaguer and the younger brother of…

Virgil Barnes

On October 10, 1924, Virgil “Zeke” Barnes stood on the mound…

Ken Boyer

Signed by the St. Louis Cardinals as a pitcher, Ken Boyer became…

Sumpter Clarke

During his career sportswriters hinted that Sumpter Clarke had…

Tony Conigliaro

No matter how you measure it, Tony Conigliaro’s career got…

Bill Conway

Playing in just eight games as a catcher during two major league…

Joe Coscarart

The Coscarart brothers, Joe, Pete, and Steve, were the pride…

Joe Delahanty

On September 30, 1907, St. Louis Cardinals manager John McCloskey…

Bill Dickey

The young prospect was having a hard time adjusting to the backstop…

Mutz Ens

The lesser known of two professional baseball-playing brothers,…

Alex Gaston

Alex Gaston was noted as the poor-hitting catcher who broke up…
Jason Giambi (TRADING CARD DB)

Jason Giambi

As a young player, Jason Giambi advertised his ideals on a T-shirt:…

Mario Guerrero

Born in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, on September 28, 1949,…

Alex Hoyle

Alexander S. Hoyle Jr. was the youngest of nine brothers in a…

Tex Hoyle

Rolland Edison “Tex” Hoyle was the third youngest of nine…

Christy Mathewson

In the time when Giants walked the earth and roamed the Polo…

Diomedes Olivo

In Homer’s Iliad, Diomedes was one of the strongest Greek…

Chi-Chi Olivo

The Olivo brothers, Diómedes and Federico, had very similar…
Harley "Doc" Parker (LIBRARY OF CONGRESS)

Doc Parker

“Pretty as the first flush of a June morn and as shapely as…

Jeff Pfeffer

The rough and tumble world of early 20th century baseball demanded…
Pete Stanicek (TRADING CARD DB)

Pete Stanicek

A switch-hitter with speed and the patience to draw walks, Pete…
Ray Yochim (COURTESY OF RICHARD CUICCHI)

Ray Yochim

Many baseball players from the New Orleans area signed professional…

Dmitri Young

About one of every 200 high-school baseball players is drafted…