George Brett

Few players have been as synonymous with a team as George Brett…

Ken Brett

Longtime scout Joe Stephenson once called Ken Brett "a combination…

Chuck Brinkman

Charles Ernest Brinkman spent parts of six seasons as a backup…

Ed Brinkman

A Gold Glove shortstop but perennial weak hitter, Edwin Albert…

Curtis Brown

Curtis Brown’s one game in the majors came on May 27, 1973.…

Leon Brown

Leon Brown’s older brother Curtis was a one-game major-leaguer,…

Cleo Carlyle

A little less than two years younger than his brother Roy, Cleo…

Roy Carlyle

Brothers Roy and Cleo Carlyle grew up in Norcross and Fairburn,…
Russ Christopher (TRADING CARD DB)

Russ Christopher

At six years of age, Russ Christopher was diagnosed with rheumatic…

Rufe Clarke

Coach Bill Fetzer at Davidson College knew too well that you…

Sumpter Clarke

During his career sportswriters hinted that Sumpter Clarke had…

Paul Cobb

"I am proud of my two boys. Baseball is a clean, manly sport,"…

Archie Cochrane

Best known as the younger brother of a Hall of Fame catcher,…

Mickey Cochrane

Gordon Stanley "Mickey" Cochrane was one of baseball's greatest…

Tony Conigliaro

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

Billy Conigliaro

In 1970 Billy Conigliaro played all three outfield positions…

Joe Connor

Turn-of-the-century catcher-utilityman Joe Connor belongs to…

Roger Connor

Underappreciated in his late-19th-century heyday and largely…

Dick Conway

During the 1880s, when the pitcher delivered his serves from…

Bill Conway

Playing in just eight games as a catcher during two major league…
Walker Cooper (TRADING CARD DB)

Walker Cooper

In his prime in the 1940s, Walker Cooper was thought to be the…

Alex Cora

“That is one of finest at-bats that I have ever seen!” announced…

Joey Cora

“El problema de’ser un bien deportista, es que hay que perder…

Mike Corcoran

Between the two of them, brothers Michael and Larry Corcoran…