Donn Clendenon led a life shaped by strong beliefs and an active mind.
Mike Cuellar’s excellent career and off-beat personality made him a fascinating character.
An unfortunate accident took reliever Danny Frisella from the world too soon.
He was physically intimidating, a tall, strong guy, and when he got upset, he got very upset.
The former outfielder had a tumultuous career. It’s hard to believe we’ll ever fully understand him.
As a pitcher and a pitching coach, he left a strong impression.
His life before and after give no clue why a well-liked player attacked his manager one spring day.
Ken Brett didn’t have the playing career he was supposed to have, but that doesn’t mean he didn’t enjoy every moment of it.
The director of No No: A Dockumentary discusses Dock Ellis’ famous no-hitter, and much, much more.
The second baseman was a target for criticism both during and after his career, but did he really deserve it?
Frank Costanza wanted to know how you could trade Jay Buhner for Ken Phelps. Here within lies the answer.
Though the cameras usually caught him smiling, Willie Davis’ career wasn’t all chocolates and roses.
Minor league baseball. Multiple countries. Visas. Former major leaguers. What could go wrong?
Sometimes, a baseball card really says a lot about the player it depicts.
An in-depth conversation about one of baseball’s most famous fights.
Manny Sanguillen and Roberto Clemente shared a special bond, one that endures today.
The name “John Curtis” has entered my consciousness on two occasions. One of them dates back to the old television show, The Waltons. Do you remember when Mary Ellen Walton, the eldest daughter to John and Oliva Walton, gave birth to a boy? He was given the name of John-Curtis Walton. The name of John […]
It takes courage and resolve to stare down terminal cancer.
I’ll admit it; there are perks that come with working at the Hall of Fame. One of those benefits involves the occasional visit from a retired major leaguer. We had one just last week, when former Kansas City and Oakland A’s second baseman Dick Green came to Cooperstown. Accompanied by his wife, Lia, Green got […]
When we were growing up in the early 1970s, we had fun saying Jim Fregosi’s name. It rhymed with Bela Lugosi, one of my favorite stars of the horror genre. Fregosi and Lugosi. We rhymed those names so often that other kids, the ones who didn’t follow baseball, must have thought it was Lugosi who […]