Jack Barry

The least known member of the Athletics' famous $100,000 infield,…

Steve Blass

Shortstop Jackie Hernandez glided behind second base, smoothly…

Chick Bowen

There are many players in baseball history that had a proverbial…

John Caneira

Among the smiling faces seated in the front row in the 1970 Naugatuck…

Ron Diorio

Ronald Michael Diorio was born in St. Mary's hospital in Waterbury,…

Walt Dropo

The Moose from Moosup – an easy nickname to pin on a 6-foot-5,…

William Gray

William Gray was born in Tariffville, Connecticut, in December…

Ned Hanlon

Ned Hanlon managed 19 seasons in the major leagues — 12 in…

Jay Hook

Jay Hook won fewer than 30 games as a starting pitcher over parts…

Joey Jay

On Friday, June 13, 1958, the Milwaukee Braves, holding a 1½-game…

Larry Kopf

"My big idol was Larry Kopf, who played with the Cincinnati Reds…

Mickey Livingston

The phrase “journeyman catcher” might have been coined expressly…

Tom Lynch

Connecticut native Tom Lynch shares a baseball distinction with…

Dick McAuliffe

Richard John McAuliffe was born in Hartford, Connecticut, on…

Matty McIntyre

Praised for his outfield defense and savvy base running skills,…

Charles Nagy

He was an everyman, a solid but not spectacular New Englander…

Al Niemiec

Traded for Ted Williams. That's the sort of distinction one could…

Jim O'Rourke

During a playing career that spanned a remarkable six decades,…

John O'Rourke

Although obscured by the exploits of his Hall of Fame brother…

Jim Piersall

Jimmy Piersall played 20 years of professional baseball, including…

Mary Pratt

Breaking barriers her entire life, Mary Pratt, an outstanding…

Bob Saverine

For two years, 5-foot, 9-inch Bob Saverine teamed with 6-foot,…

Johnny Taylor

The year 1933 was one of the low points of the Great Depression.…

Dick Tettelbach

Opening Day, 1957. Dick Tettelbach, slated to play left field…