Wilson Alvarez

Wilson was meant to be. The no-hitter he pitched for the White…
SABR Digital Library: Dominicans in the Major Leagues

Joaquin Andujar

This biography was published in Dominicans in the Major Leagues…

George Bell

“Farmer” Bell entered pro baseball later in life. He was…

Gene Bennett

In rural counties from the Ohio Valley to the Great Lakes basin,…
SABR Digital Library: Dominicans in the Major Leagues

Pedro Borbón Jr.

Pedro Felix Borbón Marte (also known as Pedro Borbón Jr.)…

Ike Delock

A vital part of the Boston Red Sox teams of the 1950s and early…

Art Devlin

The man Frank Graham called "the greatest third baseman ever…

Charlie Ebbets

Hardworking and ambitious, Charles Ebbets worked for the Brooklyn…

Garry Herrmann

A self-made success in the rough-and-tumble world of Cincinnati…

Johnny Kling

Arguably one of the most overlooked star players of the Dead…

Tommy Leach

Though standing just 5' 6" and weighing as little as 135 pounds…

Horacio “Rabbit” Martinez

Horacio “Rabbit” Martínez (1912-1992) was the prototype…
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Tom O’Brien

On October 27, 1900, the steamship Havana carried 20 American…
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Joe Pate

Baseball has no player like Joe Pate today. He was a minor-league…
Heinie Sand (TRADING CARD DB)

Heinie Sand

On Saturday, September 27, 1924, with the New York Giants locked…
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Herb Souell

Herb “Baldy” Souell, 5-feet-9 and 150 pounds, carved out…
Johnny Temple (TRADING CARD DB)

Johnny Temple

"Because Temple and I had once exchanged swings during a clubhouse…
Coot Veal (TRADING CARD DB)

Coot Veal

As aptly put by a baseball card blogger, “If your name alone…