Joe McGinnity

One could make a strong case for Joe McGinnity being the most…

Bill McGowan

“Superstar” is a superlative usually reserved for players.…

Win Mercer

In January 1903 twenty-eight year old George Barclay "Win" Mercer…

Pat Moran

Back in an era when a manager's responsibilities often included…

George Moriarty

Fiery and temperamental on the playing field but friendly and…

Hank O'Day

Hank O’Day is one of the few men to have played, umpired, and…

Steve Palermo

Steve Palermo thought about becoming a French interpreter at…

Art Passarella

Across the decades, baseball players from the celebrated to the…

Babe Pinelli

At approximately 3:15 P.M. on Monday, October 8, 1956, Babe Pinelli's…

Charles Porter

During the 1873 season of the National Association, Charles H.…

Ernie Quigley

Before the age of television, umpires worked in anonymity, only…

Beans Reardon

“When Mr. Reardon speaks you are under the impression that…

Cy Rigler

National League umpire Cy Rigler was a model of restraint in…

Eddie Rommel

Eddie Rommel had two careers in baseball, and created some milestones…

Pants Rowland

If Pants Rowland had gotten his way, big-league baseball would…

Al Salerno

An American League umpire for seven years in the 1960s, Al Salerno’s…

Ziggy Sears

John William “Ziggy” Sears was a minor-league outfielder…
Paul Sentell (BASEBALL-REFERENCE.COM)

Paul Sentell

Louisianan Paul Sentell finished second to Ty Cobb in the 1905…

Jack Sheridan

“There never was a better umpire in the history of the game…
Eddie Stack (TRADING CARD DB)

Eddie Stack

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

Billy Stage

Who was the fastest man ever to step on a major league diamond? …

Dolly Stark

All the world's a stage, And all the men and women merely players:…
George Stovey (GRIT MAGAZINE, November 4, 1945)

George Stovey

George Stovey came of age just as overhand pitching became legal.…

Ted Sullivan

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