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Baseball - Notable Historical Events

Jim ThorpeJun 16, 1909

Ty CobbMay 19, 1912

Babe RuthMar 2, 1927

Lou GehrigDec 7, 1939

Ted WilliamsSep 28, 1941

FDRJan 15, 1942

Leo DurocherApr 9, 1947

Jackie RobinsonApr 15, 1947

Joe DiMaggioFeb 7, 1949

J. Edgar HooverMar 10, 1951

Hank GreenbergJan 26, 1956

Bing CrosbyJan 10, 1957

Roy CampanellaMay 7, 1959

Douglas MacArthurApr 12, 1961

Mickey MantleFeb 27, 1963

Whitey FordMay 30, 1967

Willie MaysJul 18, 1970

Hank AaronFeb 29, 1972

Ernie BanksMay 8, 1973

Roberto ClementeAug 6, 1973

cool papaFeb 13, 1974

Ray KrocApr 9, 1974

Pete RoseDec 5, 1978

Johnny BenchJan 9, 1989

Deion SandersMay 22, 1990

Eddie MurrayJun 9, 1990

Roger MarisSep 4, 1991

Joe CarterSep 13, 1991

Barry BondsFeb 1, 1992

George SteinbrennerApr 24, 1992

Reggie JacksonAug 1, 1993

Mike SchmidtJan 8, 1995

Darryl StrawberryFeb 6, 1995

Sparky AndersonFeb 17, 1995

Jack BuckSep 17, 2001

Bill JamesJun 17, 2003

Roger ClemensDec 13, 2007

Moises AlouMar 5, 2009

Greg MadduxOct 31, 2014

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Baseball - Historical Events
Date Event
1845-09-23

1st baseball team, NY Knickerbockers organize, adopt rule code

1846-06-19

First offically recognised baseball game (played by Cartwright Rules) - NY Nines 23 defeat Knickerbockers 1 at Hoboken, New Jersey

1848-09-18

Baseball rules 1st baseman can tag base for out instead of runner

1851-06-03

1st baseball uniforms worn, NY Knickerbockers wear straw hat, white shirt & blue long trousers

1857-01-22

National Association of Baseball Players founded, NY

1857-03-07

Baseball decides 9 innings constitutes an official game, not 9 runs

1858-07-20

Fee 1st charged to see a baseball game (50 cents) (NY beats Bkln 22-18)

1859-05-31

Phila A's organize to play "town ball" became baseball 20 years later

1859-07-01

1st intercollegiate baseball game, Amherst beats Williams 66-32

1860-02-22

Organized baseball played in SF for 1st time

1862-05-15

Union Grounds, Brooklyn, 1st baseball enclosure, opens

1862-12-25

40,000 watch Union army men play baseball at Hilton Head, SC

1866-07-23

Cincinnati Baseball club (Red Stockings) forms

1868-11-26

1st baseball game played in enclosed field in SF, at 25th & Folsom

1869-03-15

Cincinnati Red Stockings become the 1st pro baseball team

1869-04-17

1st pro baseball games-Cin Reds 24, Cin amateurs 15

1869-05-16

Cincinnati Reds play their 1st baseball game, win 41-7

1870-11-27

NY Times dubs baseball "The National Game"

1871-05-04

1st baseball league game (National Association of Baseball Players), (Ft Wayne 2, Cleveland 0) Deacon Jim White gets 1st hit, a double

1871-10-30

Phila Athletics beat Chicago for 1st Natl Association baseball pennant

1874-02-27

Baseball 1st played in England, at Lord's Cricket Grounds

1874-03-02

Baseball batter's box is officially adopted

1874-07-30

1st baseball teams to play outside US, Boston-Phila in British Isles

1875-05-12

1st recorded shutout in pro baseball, Chicago 1, St Louis 0

1876-02-02

Baseball's National League forms with teams in Boston, Chicago, Cincinnati, Hartford, Louisville, New York, Philadelphia, St Louis

1876-02-03

Albert Spalding with $800 starts sporting goods co, manufacturing 1st official baseball, tennis ball, basketball, golf ball, & football

1876-04-01

1st official NL baseball game (Boston-6, Phila-5)

1876-04-22

Phila Nationals Wes Fisler scores baseball's 1st run

1876-07-15

Baseball's 1st no-hitter, St Louis' George W Bradley no-hits Hartford

1877-02-20

International Association (minor baseball league) organizes

1877-04-12

Catcher's mask 1st used in a baseball game

1878-05-08

1st unassisted triple play in organized baseball, by Paul Hines

1879-01-02

Northwestern League (minor baseball league) organized, Rockford, Ill

1879-10-01

Cincinnati Enquirer publishes 1st report on baseball reserve clause

1880-09-29

1st pro baseball game at Polo Grounds, NY Metropolitans beat Washington Nationals 4-2 in 5 innings

1882-09-25

1st baseball doubleheader (Providence & Worcester)

1883-05-01

Baseball returns to Phila, 1st NL game since 1876

1883-05-23

Baseball game between one-armed & one-legged players

1883-06-02

1st night baseball under lights, Fort Wayne Indiana

1883-06-16

1st baseball "Ladies' Day" (NY Gothams beat Cleve Spiders 5-2)

1884-05-01

Moses Walker became 1st African American player in major league baseball in US

1884-10-22

Sporting Life announces that both pennant winners will meet in 3 game series Oct 23-25 at Polo Grounds NYC to determine baseball champion

1885-10-17

Baseball sets all players salaries at $1,000-$2,000 for 1885 season

1885-10-22

John Ward & several teammates secretly form Brotherhood of Prof Base Ball Players, 1st baseball union

1887-02-20

1st minor league baseball association organizes (Pittsburgh)

1888-10-20

Chicago & All America baseball teams play exhibition in Auckland, NZ

1888-12-25

1st indoor baseball game played at fairgrounds in Philadelphia

1889-06-22

Louisville Colonels set ML baseball record with 26th consecutive loss

1889-10-24

Softball rules adopted by Mid Winter Indoor Baseball League

1889-11-04

Players League begins, declaring independence from baseball's NL

1890-08-06

Denton True "Cy" Young pitches and wins his 1st major league baseball game

1890-09-01

1st baseball tripleheader-Boston vs Pittsburgh

1892-04-17

1st Sunday NL baseball game, Reds beat Cards 5-1

1892-04-29

Charlie Reilly is baseball's 1st pinch hitter

1892-06-07

John J Doyle of Clev Spiders is 1st to pinch hit in a baseball game

1894-05-16

Fire in Boston destroys baseball stadium & 170 other buildings

1894-05-30

Bobby Lowe is 1st to hit 4 HRs in 1 baseball game

1897-05-18

American baseball NY Giant William (Bill) Joyce sets record of 4 triples in 1 game

1897-06-29

Chicago beats Louisville 36-7 (baseball)

1900-07-08

1st night baseball, league game (Zanesville at Grand Rapids)

1900-11-13

Baltimore Orioles (now NY Yankees) enter baseball's American League

1901-01-24

1st games played in baseball's American League

1901-04-25

In last of 9th, Detroit Tigers, trailing by 13-4, score 10 runs to win one of greatest comebacks in baseball (1st game in Detroit)

1901-09-05

National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues forms

1901-09-19

11 baseball games canceled due to funeral of Pres William McKinley

1902-06-15

Minor League's most lopsided baseball game: Corsicana 51; Texarkana 3 Justin Clark of Corsicana, Tx minors hits 8 home runs in 1 game

1902-11-21

Baseball's Phila Athletics & Phillies form pro football teams, joining Pitts Stars in 1st attempt at a National Football League

1903-01-09

2 NYers buy Baltimore baseball franchise for $18,000 & moved it to NY

1903-01-09

Baseball's National & American Leagues make peace

1903-09-24

Bill Bradley becomes 1st Cleveland baseball player (Cleveland Naps) to hit for cycle

1903-10-01

1st baseball World Series, Pittsburgh Pirates vs Boston Pilgrims (Red Sox)

1904-09-09

Boston Herald again refers to NY baseball club as Yankees, when it reports "Yankees take 2," Yankee name not official till 1913

1905-01-16

Baseball outfielder Frank Huelsman completes eighth transaction in 8 months

1905-05-17

Waseda U of Tokyo defeats LA High School 5-3 in baseball

1907-12-30

Abraham Mills' commission declares Abner Doubleday invented baseball

1908-04-02

Mills Committee declares baseball was invented by Abner Doubleday

1908-08-24

NY Giants scores shown on electric diamonds known as "Compton's Baseball Bulletin" at Madison Square Garden

1908-10-14

Baseball Writers Association of America forms

1908-11-22

1st US-Japanese baseball game Reach All-Americans defeat Waseda U, 5-0

1909-03-31

Baseball rules players who jump contracts are suspended for 5 years

1909-06-16

Jim Thorpe makes his pro baseball pitching debut for Rocky Mount (ECL) with 4-2 win, this will cause him to forfeit his Olympic medals

1909-07-08

1st pro baseball game (minor league) played under lights

1909-07-30

John A Heyder becomes president of baseball's National League

1909-08-31

A J Reach Co patents cork-centered baseball

1909-09-18

Largest paid baseball attendance (35,409), A's beat Tigers, 2-0 in Det

1909-12-15

Thomas J Lynch becomes president of baseball's National League

1910-04-15

Taft is 1st pres to throw out a 1st ball at a baseball game

1910-07-19

Cleveland Indian baseball player Cy Young registers 500th career victory against Washington 5-4 in 11 innings

1910-08-27

Using twenty 137,000 candlepower arc lights, 2 amateur baseball teams play a night game at White Sox Park

1910-10-20

1st appearance of cork centered baseball in World Series

1911-04-04

Hugh Chalmers, automaker, suggests idea of baseball MVP

1911-10-14

Largest baseball crowd ever 38,281 (Polo Grounds) see Giants beat A's, 2-1 (gate is record $77,379)

1912-03-15

Pitcher Cy Young retires from baseball with 511 wins

1912-04-09

1st exhibition baseball game at Fenway Park (Red Sox vs Harvard)

1912-05-19

AL Pres Ban Johnson tells Tigers if they continue protest of Ty Cobb's suspension, they will be banned from baseball

1913-12-09

John K Tener becomes president of baseball's National League

1914-02-01

NY Giants & Chicago White Sox play an exhibition baseball game in Egypt

1914-05-16

Ewing Field baseball park opens near Masonic Street, San Francisco. Relocated a year later.

1915-03-13

Dodgers manager Wilbert Robinson tries to catch a baseball dropped from an airplane, but the pilot substituted a grapefruit

1915-12-22

Federal Baseball League disolved

1915-12-22

Organized baseball & Federal League sign a peace treaty at Cincinnati

1916-06-18

Yanks score in every inning but 8th to beat Indians 19-3 in baseball

1916-09-04

Christy Mathewson & Mordecai Brown final baseball game

1917-06-01

Hank Gowdy is 1st baseball player to enlist during WW I

1917-06-27

1st baseball player (Hank Gowdy) to enter WW I military service

1917-08-19

Sunday benefit baseball game at Polo Grounds results in John McGraw & Christy Mathewson's arrest for violating Blue laws

1918-05-14

Sunday baseball is made legal in Washton, DC

1918-07-19

Wash catcher Eddie Ainsmith applies for deferment from the draft Sec of War Newton D Baker rules baseball players are not draft exempt

1918-09-01

Baseball season ends due to WW I

1918-12-10

John A Heyder becomes president of baseball's National League

1919-05-04

1st legal Sunday baseball game in NYC (Phillies beat Giants 4-3)

1919-05-25

Casey Stengel releases a sparrow from under his baseball cap

1919-10-30

Baseball league presidents call for abolishment of spitball

1920-01-04

1st Black baseball league, National Negro Baseball League, organizes

1920-01-12

Annual drafting of baseball players from minor leagues to be done in inverse order of the final standings, agreed to

1920-02-10

Baseball outlaws all pitches involving tampering with ball

1920-02-13

National Negro Baseball League organizes

1920-05-01

Longest major league baseball game by inninngs - Brooklyn Dodgers tie Boston Braves, 1-1, in 26 innings

1920-05-02

1st game of National Negro Baseball League played in Indianapolis

1920-10-10

Indian's Elmer Smith hits baseball's 1st World Series grand slam

1920-11-08

Baseball meeting to depose Ban Johnson is set for Nov 12th

1920-11-12

Judge Kennesaw Mountain Landis elected 1st baseball commissioner

1921-01-12

Kenesaw Mountain Landis becomes 1st commissioner of baseball

1921-08-03

Due to a technicality, 8 Chicago White Sox accused in Black Sox scandal are acquited, however Landis throws them out of baseball

1921-08-05

1st radio baseball broadcast Pirates-8, Phillies-0 (KDKA, Pitts)

1922-02-18

Kenesaw Mountain Landis resigns his judgeship to work for baseball

1922-05-29

US Supreme Court rules organized baseball is a sport & not a business & thus not subject to antitrust laws

1922-12-16

Mutual Association of Eastern Colored Baseball Clubs formally organizes

1923-08-03

Baseball games cancelled following the death of President Harding

1924-02-10

Bucky Harris, 27, becomes youngest baseball manager (Wash Senators)

1925-01-05

French Baseball Federation awards silver medals to John McGraw, Charlie Comiskey, & Hugh Jennings

1925-04-21

No baseball games played in NL due to Charles Ebbets' funeral

1926-05-08

Fire breaks out in Fenway Park, home of Boston Red Socks baseball team

1926-12-16

Kenesaw Mountain Landis renewed 7-years as baseball commissioner

1927-03-02

Babe Ruth becomes highest paid baseball player ($70,000 per year)

1928-09-03

Baseball Hall of Famer Ty Cobb got his 4,191th & final career hit

1930-04-28

1st night organized baseball game played in Independence Kansas

1930-12-12

Baseball Rules Committee greatly revises the rule book

1930-12-12

Baseball changes rule, ball bounces into stands not a HR, now a double

1931-01-05

1st woman to purchase a baseball team Lucille Thomas purchases Topeka franchise in the Western League

1931-02-04

National League adopts a deader baseball

1931-02-17

1st telecast of a sporting event in Japan (baseball)

1931-03-27

John McGraw says night baseball will not catch on

1931-04-01

Jackie Mitchell became 1st female in professional baseball

1931-06-15

Eddie Collins & Harry Heilmann retire from baseball

1931-12-09

Baseball cuts squad from 25 to 23 players & NL continues to prohibit uniform numbers

1932-07-03

John McGraw retires from baseball

1932-09-28

1932 Baseball World Series opens with the Chicago Cubs vs. NY Yankees (6-12)

1933-07-06

1st All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 4-2 at Comiskey Park, Chicago, Babe Ruth hits first All Star home run

1933-12-15

Baseball owners agree to ban Sunday doubleheaders until after June 15

1934-01-05

National & American baseball leagues select a uniform ball

1934-07-10

2nd All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 9-7 at Polo Grounds, New York

1934-12-11

Ford C Frick becomes president of baseball's National League

1934-12-11

NL votes to permit night baseball (up to 7 games per home team)

1934-12-26

Yomiuri Giants, Japan's 1st professional baseball team forms

1935-05-24

1st major league night baseball game, in Cincinnati (Reds 2, Phil 1)

1935-07-08

3rd All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 4-1 at Municipal Stadium, Cleve

1936-01-29

1st players elected to Baseball Hall of Fame: Ty Cobb, Babe Ruth, Honus Wagner, Christy Mathewson & Walter Johnson

1936-04-29

1st pro baseball game in Japan is played Nagoya defeats Daitokyo, 8-5

1936-07-07

4th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 4-3 at Braves Field, Boston

1936-08-12

Demo baseball game at 1936 Olympics in Berlin, world beats US, 6-5

1936-12-09

AL OKs night baseball for St Louis

1937-01-19

Cy Young, Tris Speaker & Nap Lajorie elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

1937-07-07

5th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 8-3 at Griffith Stadium, Wash

1938-06-01

Protective baseball helmets 1st worn by batters

1938-06-19

Reds Johnny Vander Meer extends his string of hitless baseball innings to 21 2/3 before Debs Garms singles for Boston in 4th

1938-06-21

Baseball's Pinky Higgins gets 12th straight hit

1938-07-06

6th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 4-1 at Crosley Field, Cincinnati

1938-08-02

1st test of a yellow baseball (Dodgers vs Cardinals)

1938-09-13

Alexander Cartwright selects to Baseball's Hall of Fame

1939-05-17

1st sports telecast-Columbia vs Princeton-college baseball

1939-06-12

Baseball Hall of Fame opens in Cooperstown NY

1939-07-11

7th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 3-1 at Yankee Stadium, New York NY Yankee/AL maanager Joe McCarthy starts 6 Yankees

1939-08-15

First night game at baseball's Comiskey Park, Sox beat Browns 5-2

1939-08-26

1st major league baseball telecast-Reds beat Bkln Dodgers (W2XBS NY)

1939-08-30

NY Yankee Atley Donald pitches a baseball a record 94.7 mph (152 kph)

1939-12-07

Lou Gehrig, 36, is elected to Baseball's Hall of Fame

1940-04-16

1st televised baseball game, WGN-TV, (White Sox vs Cubs exhibition)

1940-07-09

8th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 4-0 at Sportsman's Park, St Louis

1940-10-24

Japan eliminates US terms (strike, play ball) from baseball

1941-03-08

1st baseball player drafted into WW II (Hugh Mulcahy, Phillies)

1941-04-26

A tradition begins, 1st organ at a baseball stadium (Chicago Cubs)

1941-07-08

9th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 7-5 at Briggs Stadium, Detroit

1941-09-28

Ted Williams ended the baseball season with .406 batting avg

1942-01-15

FDR asks commissioner to continue baseball during WW II

1942-02-03

Baseball owners agree to permit each club up to 14 night games in 1942

1942-03-01

Baseball decides that players in milt can't play when on furlough

1942-05-18

NYC ends night baseball games for rest of WW II

1942-06-19

Paul Waner is 7th to get 3,000 baseball hits

1942-07-06

10th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 3-1 at Polo Grounds, New York

1943-03-13

Baseball approves official ball (with cork & balata)

1943-05-21

Fastest 9 inning AL baseball game (89 mins), White Sox beat Senators

1943-07-13

11th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 5-3 at Shibe Park, Philadelphia

1943-11-23

Phils owner William D Cox is permanently banned from baseball for having bet on his own team

1943-12-04

Commissioner Landis announces any baseball club may sign Negroes

1943-12-22

Manufacturers get permission to use synthetic rubber for baseball core

1944-02-02

Baseball meets in NYC to discuss postwar action

1944-02-18

Youngest baseball player, Cin Reds sign 15 year old Joe Nuxhall

1944-06-06

Baseball cancels all games honoring D-Day invasion

1944-07-03

Oriole Park (minor league baseball stadium) burns down in Baltimore

1944-07-11

12th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 7-1 at Forbes Field, Pittsburgh

1945-01-10

No one is elected to baseball's Hall of Fame

1945-04-24

Albert B "Happy" Chandler is named 2nd baseball commissioner

1945-05-07

Branch Rickey announces formation of the US Negro Baseball League

1945-05-09

New balata ball used in baseball, 50% livilier

1945-08-18

Scheduled demonstrations at Polo Grounds & Ebbets Field to end segregation in organized baseball are called off

1945-10-15

Baseball Attendance hits record 10.28 million (Tigers 1.28 is highest)

1945-10-29

Happy Chandler resigns as US Senator, remains as baseball commish

1946-03-09

Ted Williams is offered $500,000 to play in Mexican Baseball League, he refuses

1946-04-20

1st baseball broadcast in Chicago, Cards vs Cubs

1946-05-26

2-for-42 & hitting .048 for 1946, Mel Ott stops playing baseball

1946-07-08

Baseball grants $5,000 minimum salary

1946-07-09

13th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 12-0 at Fenway Park, Boston

1946-07-24

9 Spokane baseball players (Western League) die in a bus crash

1946-08-09

1st time all major-league baseball games (8) are played at night

1946-08-22

Baseball approves a 168-game schedule, but later rescinds it

1946-09-05

Joe Garagiola plays his 1st major league baseball game

1947-04-09

Baseball suspends Bkln Dodger Leo Durocher for 1 year

1947-04-15

Jackie Robinson becomes 1st African-American to play in US major league baseball (Dodgers)

1947-07-08

14th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 2-1 at Wrigley Field, Chicago

1947-08-26

1st black baseball pitcher Don Bankhead (Hit a HR on 1st at bat)

1948-07-13

15th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 5-2 at Sportsman's Park, St Louis

1948-09-20

Mexican Baseball league disbanded

1948-11-30

Baseball's Negro National League disbands

1949-02-07

Joe DiMaggio becomes 1st $100,000/year baseball player (NY Yankees)

1949-07-12

16th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 11-7 at Ebbets Field, Brooklyn

1949-07-12

Baseball owners agree to erect warning paths before each fence

1949-07-31

Lightning strikes a baseball field in Fla, kills SS & 3rd baseman

1949-09-18

Baseball major league record 4 grand slams hit

1950-02-16

Writers fail to elect anyone to Baseball's Hall of Fame

1950-07-11

17th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 4-3 in 14 at Comiskey Park, Chic Ted Williams breaks his elbow; 1st extra inning All Star Game

1950-08-01

1st Major League baseball player to fight in Korea (Curt Simmons)

1950-10-03

Baseball rules Phils lefty Curt Simmons cannot play in World Series despite his being on furlough from Army

1950-12-11

Baseball owners vote 9-7 not to renew Commissioner Chandler's contract

1950-12-12

Baseball owners vote to drop 4-year old bonus & high school rule

1950-12-14

Baseball owners choose Lou Perini (Braves), Phil Wrigley (Cubs), Del Webb (Yankees), & Ellis Ryan (Indians) to select new commissioner

1951-01-26

Mel Ott & Jimmie Foxx elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

1951-01-29

Baseball signs 6 year All-Star pact for TV-radio rights for $6 million

1951-03-10

FBI director J. Edgar Hoover declines post of baseball commissioner

1951-03-12

Baseball Commish Happy Chandler loses fight (9-7) to stay in office

1951-07-10

18th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 8-3 at Briggs Stadium, Detroit

1951-07-30

Ty Cobb testifies before the Emanuel Celler committee, denying that the reserve clause makes peons of baseball players

1951-08-11

1st color baseball game (Braves vs Dodgers) telecast (WCBS-NYC)

1951-09-20

NL President Ford Frick elected 3rd commissioner of baseball

1951-10-08

Ford C Frick replaces Happy Chandler as 3rd commissioner of baseball Warren C Giles becomes president of baseball's National League

1951-12-11

Joe DiMaggio announces his baseball retirement

1952-01-31

Harry Heilmann & Paul Waner elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

1952-02-20

1st black umpire in organized baseball certified (Emmett Ashford)

1952-07-08

19th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 3-2 in 5 at Shibe Park, Phila

1952-09-07

Outfielder Don Grate throws a baseball a record 434'1" (Tenn)

1953-02-20

US Court of Appeals rules that Organized Baseball is a sport & not a business, affirming the 25-year-old Supreme Court ruling

1953-05-30

1st major league network baseball game-Cleveland 7, Chicago 2

1953-06-03

Alexander Cartwright officially credited by U.S. Congress as founder of baseball

1953-07-14

20th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 5-1 at Crosley Field, Cincinnati

1953-08-21

Baseball player reps Ralph Kiner (NL) & Allie Reynolds (AL) hire John Norman Lewis at $15,000 to give legal advice to players in negotiation

1953-08-23

Phil Grate sets record for throwing a baseball (443'3")

1953-11-09

Supreme Court rules Major League baseball exempt from anti-trust laws

1953-11-17

St Louis Browns officially become the Baltimore Baseball Club Inc

1953-11-19

US Supreme Court rules (7-2) baseball is a sport not a business

1954-07-12

Major League Baseball Players Association founded

1954-07-13

21st All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 11-9 at Municipal Stadium, Cleve

1955-03-07

Baseball Commish Ford Frick says he favors legalization of spitter

1955-07-12

22nd All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 6-5 in 12 at County Stad, Milw

1955-10-23

Dominican League moves to winter baseball for 1st time

1956-01-19

Hoboken dedicates a plaque honoring achievements of Alexander Cartwright in organizing early baseball at Elysian Field

1956-01-26

Hank Greenberg & Joe Cronin are elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

1956-04-19

1st ML baseball game in NJ, Dodgers beat Phils in Roosevelt Stadium

1956-07-10

23rd All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 7-3 at Griffith Stadium, Wash DC

1956-07-23

Joe Cronin & Hank Greenberg inducted into Baseball Hall of Fame

1957-01-10

Baseball Commissioner Ford Frick rules Bing Crosby can keep token stock in the Det Tigers, even though he owns part of Pittsburgh Pirates

1957-02-14

Georgia Senate unanimously approves Sen Leon Butts' bill barring blacks from playing baseball with whites

1957-02-25

Supreme Court decides 6-3, baseball is only antitrust exempt pro sport

1957-07-09

24th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 6-6 at Sportsman's Park, St Louis

1957-08-01

Glen Gorbous throws a baseball a record 136 m (445'10")

1957-08-18

Amelia Wershoven sets record of female throwing a baseball (252'4½")

1957-12-28

CBS states it won't broadcast baseball where minor league games are on

1958-01-30

Baseball announces players & coaches rather than fans pick all stars

1958-04-15

1st baseball game in California, SF Giants beat LA Dodgers, 8-0

1958-07-08

25th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 4-3 at Memorial Stadium, Balt

1958-11-13

NYC Mayor Robert Wagner announces plans to begin a new baseball called the Continental League

1959-02-01

Zack Wheat unanimously elected to baseball Hall of Fame

1959-05-07

"Roy Campanella Night" Largest baseball crowd (93,103 in LA Coliseum) sees Dodgers' Sandy Koufax beat Yankees 6-2 in exhibition

1959-05-15

100th anniversary of 1st college baseball game, between Amherst & Williams Teams reenact the original contest

1959-07-07

26th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 5-4 at Forbes Field, Pittsburgh

1959-07-27

William Shea announces plans to have a baseball team in NYC in 1961

1959-08-01

New Continental baseball league formed

1959-08-03

27th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 5-3 at Memorial Coliseum, LA

1960-04-19

Baseball uniforms begin displaying players' names on their backs

1960-05-07

Dodgers Larry & Norm Sherry are baseball's 10th brother battery

1960-05-20

Baseball game in Milwaukee postponed due to dense fog

1960-06-18

Giants hire Tom Sheehan as baseball's oldest debuting manager (66)

1960-07-11

28th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 5-3 at Municipal Stadium, KC

1960-07-13

29th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 6-0 at Yankee Stadium, New York

1960-07-18

Baseball's NL votes to add Houston & NY franchises

1960-11-26

Minneapolis-St Paul baseball club takes the name Twins

1961-03-24

NY Senate approves $55M for a baseball stadium at Flushing Meadows

1961-04-12

Douglas MacArthur declines offer to become baseball commissioner

1961-07-11

30th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 5-4 in 10 at Candlestick Pk, SF

1961-07-31

31st All Star Baseball Game: 1-1 tie ends by rain at Fenway, Boston

1961-11-26

Pro Baseball Rules Committee votes 8-1 against legalizing the spitball

1962-01-23

Bob Feller & Jackie Robinson elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

1962-01-24

Jackie Robinson is 1st Black elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

1962-02-04

Russian newspaper Izvestia reports baseball is an old Russian game

1962-04-10

1st baseball game at LA's Dodger Stadium, they lose 6-3 to Reds

1962-06-10

A record 54 home runs hit in baseball

1962-07-10

32nd All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 3-1 at D.C. Stadium, Washington

1962-07-30

33rd All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 9-4 at Wrigley Field, Chicago

1962-11-29

Baseball decides to revert back to 1 all star game per year

1963-01-27

Sam Rice, Eppa Rixey, Elmer Flick, & John Clarkson elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

1963-02-27

Mickey Mantle of NY Yankees sign a baseball contract worth $100,000

1963-05-25

Early Wynn wins his 300th baseball game

1963-06-09

1st Sunday night game in baseball SF Giants lose to Houston Colts 3-0

1963-07-09

34th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 5-3 at Municipal Stadium, Cleve

1963-09-06

Historian Lee Allen says Indians-Senators game is 100,000th in Major League baseball history

1964-01-15

Baseball agrees to hold a free-agent draft in NYC

1964-02-17

101st member elected to baseball's hall of fame (Luke Appling)

1964-03-05

Atlanta Mayor Ivan Allen Jr, announces a baseball team is moving there

1964-07-07

35th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 7-4 at Shea Stadium, New York

1964-12-04

Baseball approves a free-agent draft

1964-12-04

Commissioner's office given full powers in baseball disputes

1965-01-31

Pud Galvin elected to baseball Hall of Fame

1965-02-17

US-Japan baseball relations suspended over Masanori Murakami dispute

1965-07-13

36th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 6-5 at Metropolitan Stadium, Minn

1965-08-12

Milwaukee Brewers Baseball Club, Inc applies for a NL franchise

1965-08-30

Casey Stengel announces his retirement after 55 years in baseball

1965-11-17

William Eckert is unanimously elected commissioner of baseball

1965-12-15

William Eckert replaces Ford Frick as 4th commissioner of baseball

1966-06-14

Miami beats St Petersburg (Florida State League) 4-3 in 29 innings longest uninterrupted game in organized baseball

1966-07-12

37th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 2-1 in 10 at Busch Stad, St Louis

1967-01-29

Branch Rickey & Lloyd Waner elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

1967-05-30

Yankee Whitey Ford, nearing 41, announces his retirement from baseball

1967-07-11

38th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 2-1 in 15 at Anaheim Stadium, CA

1967-08-21

Ken Harrelson becomes baseball's 1st free agent

1968-01-23

Joe Medwick elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

1968-01-28

Goose Goslin & Kiki Cuyler elected to baseball Hall of Fame

1968-02-04

Bowie Kuhn replaces William Eckert as 5th commissioner of baseball

1968-02-21

Baseball announces a minimum annual salary of $10,000

1968-04-08

Baseball's Opening Day is postponed because of Martin Luther King's assassination

1968-07-09

39th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 1-0 at Astrodome, Houston

1968-07-10

US Major League baseball announces it will split into 2 divisions for 1969

1968-11-15

1st date in controversial Jim Bouton baseball diary "Ball Four"

1968-12-06

Baseball dismisses Commissioner William Eckert after 3 years

1969-01-22

Roy Campanella & Stan Musial elected to baseball Hall of Fame

1969-02-02

Stan Coveleski & Waite Hoyt are voted into baseball Hall of Fame

1969-02-25

Pension plan for baseball is agreed to

1969-04-08

1st Baseball game in Canada - Mont Expos beats NY Mets 10-9

1969-04-14

1st major league baseball game outside US played (Montreal Canada)

1969-07-23

40th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 9-3 at RFK Memorial, Wash DC

1969-10-04

Baseball's 1st divisional playoff games, Mets beat Braves 9-5 & Orioles beat Twins 4-3 in 12 innings

1969-10-14

T Agee & Ed Kranepool HR, Tommie Agee makes 2 great catches, Mets win Baseball World Series 5-0

1969-12-29

NY Times reports Curt Flood will sue baseball & challenge the reserve clause

1970-01-01

Charles "Chub" Feeney becomes president of baseball's National League

1970-01-16

Curt Flood files a civil lawsuit challenging baseball's reserve clause

1970-01-17

357 baseball players are available in the free-agent draft

1970-04-01

Milwaukee Brewers Baseball Club, headed by Bud Selig, purchases the Seattle Pilots for $10,800,000 Although negotiations were conducted over a period of months, it was not until March 13 when a federal bankruptcy referee declared the Pilots bankrupt

1970-05-30

Baseball All-Star voting is returned to fans

1970-07-06

Baseball player NY Met Tommie Agee hits for the cycle

1970-07-14

41st All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 5-4 at Riverfront Stadium, Cin

1970-07-18

Willie Mays becomes 10th baseball player to get 3,000 hits

1970-08-12

Curt Flood loses his $41 million antitrust suit against baseball

1970-10-03

Baseball umpires call their 1st strike

1971-01-31

& Dave Bancroft & George Weiss elected to baseball Hall of Fame

1971-02-04

Baseball announces a special hall of fame wing for blacks

1971-02-09

Satchel Paige becomes 1st negro-league player elected to baseball HOF

1971-02-10

Bill White becomes 1st black baseball announcer (NY Yankees)

1971-04-07

Dismissal of Curt Flood's suit against baseball is upheld by

1971-04-10

1st baseball game at Phila's Veterans Stadium, Phils beat Expos 4-1

1971-06-21

Indians Ken Harrelson retires from baseball to play pro golf

1971-07-13

42nd All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 6-4 at Tiger Stadium, Detroit

1971-08-09

Le Roy (Satchel) Paige inducted into baseball's Hall of Fame

1971-08-10

16 baseball researchers form Society for American Baseball Research

1972-01-13

Former umpire, now housewife Bernice Gera wins her suit against baseball, initiated on March 15, 1971 to be allowed to umpire

1972-02-29

Hank Aaron becomes 1st baseball player to sign for $200,000 a year

1972-04-01

Major league baseball players stages 1st collective strike

1972-04-05

Baseball season is delayed due to a strike

1972-04-13

1st baseball players' strike ends after 13 days

1972-06-18

US Supreme Court, 5-3, confirms lower court rulings in Curt Flood case, upholding baseball's exemption from antitrust laws

1972-06-25

Bernice Gera becomes 1st female umpire in pro baseball

1972-07-25

43rd All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 4-3 at Atlanta-Fulton County Stad

1973-01-24

Warren Spahn is elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

1973-02-01

Monte Irvin elected to baseball Hall of Fame

1973-05-04

Longest baseball game in Veterans' Stadium, Phillies beat Braves 5-4 in 20 innings

1973-05-08

Ernie Banks fills in for Cubs mgr Whitey Lockman who is ejected during the game, technically becoming baseball's 1st African American manager

1973-07-24

44th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 7-1 at Royals Stadium, KC

1973-08-06

Roberto Clemente & Warren Spahn inducted into National Baseball Hall of Fame

1973-12-05

Cubs' Ron Santo became 1st baseball player to veto his trade

1974-02-11

Dick Woodson is 1st of 48 to invoke baseball's new arbitration rule

1974-02-11

1st baseball arbitration Twins pitcher Dick Woodson seeking $29,000 wins, Twins offered $23,000

1974-02-13

James 'cool papa' Bell is named to baseball's Hall of Fame

1974-04-09

Padres owner Ray Kroc, addresses fans "Ladies & gentlemen, I suffer with you I've never seen such stupid baseball playing in my life"

1974-07-23

45th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 7-2 at 3 Rivers Stadium, Pitts

1974-09-10

Lou Brock ties (104) & then sets (105) baseball stolen base mark

1974-10-09

Frank Robinson became 1st Black baseball manager (Cleve Indians)

1975-01-23

Ralph Kiner elected to baseball's Hall of Fame

1975-02-10

William "Judy" Johnson selected to baseball Hall of Fame

1975-04-08

Frank Robinson debuts as 1st black baseball mgr (Cleve, beats NY 5-3)

1975-05-04

Houston's Bob Watson scores baseball's one-millionth run of all time

1975-07-15

46th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 6-3 at County Stadium, Milwaukee

1975-10-26

Cuba beats Mexico for its 4th Pan Am Games Gold Medal in baseball

1976-02-09

Oscar Charleston selected to baseball's the Hall of Fame

1976-07-13

47th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 7-1 at Veterans Stadium, Phila

1977-01-31

Joe Sewell, Amos Rusie, & Al Lopez elected to baseball Hall of Fame

1977-04-15

1st baseball game at Montreal's Olympic Stadium

1977-07-19

48th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 7-5 at Yankee Stadium, NY

1977-10-08

Largest baseball crowd in Penns, 64,924 see Dodgers beat Phillies 4-1 in 4th NL championship game (Dodgers win pennant)

1978-01-30

Addie Joss & Larry MacPhail elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

1978-07-11

49th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 7-3 at San Diego Stadium

1978-08-25

Baseball umps stage a 1 day strike

1978-12-05

Free agent Pete Rose signs 4-year, $32 million contract with Phillies becoming highest paid baseball player

1979-01-23

Willie Mays elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

1979-03-07

Baseball exhibition season opens with semipro & amateur umpires

1979-03-07

Warren Giles & Hack Wilson selected to baseball Hall of Fame

1979-03-09

Bowie Kuhn orders baseball to give equal access to female reporters

1979-07-17

50th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 7-6 at Kingdome, Seattle

1979-11-17

Daniel Okrent sketches out 1st draft rules for Rotisserie Baseball on a flight to Austin, TX

1980-04-01

Baseball Players' Association votes to cancel 92 remaining exhibition games

1980-06-15

Jorge Orta of Cleveland gets 6 hits in a baseball game

1980-07-08

51st All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 4-2 at Dodger Stadium, LA

1980-11-04

Sadaharu Oh, 40, pro baseball's all-time HR run king with 868, retires

1981-01-15

Bob Gibson elected to Baseball's Hall of Fame

1981-02-25

Exec Board of Baseball Players' Association votes unanimously to strike on May 29 if the issue of free-agent compensation remains unresolved

1981-03-11

Johnny Mize & Rube Foster elected to baseball Hall of Fame

1981-04-18

Pawtucket & Rochester start a 33-inning baseball game

1981-06-12

3rd baseball strike starts

1981-06-12

Baseball players begin a 50 day strike, their 3rd strike

1981-07-31

42 day old, 2nd major league baseball strike ends

1981-08-09

52nd All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 5-4 at Municipal Stadium, Cleve

1981-08-29

Phillies minor leaguer Jeff Stone steals pro baseball record 121st base en route to 122 (Spartanburg (South Atlantic League))

1981-09-03

Gerald P Remy of Boston gets 6 hits in a baseball game

1982-01-29

Wayne Garland, baseball 1st millionaire free agent, waived by Indians

1982-04-06

Largest crowd ever to see a baseball game in Minn 52,279

1982-07-13

53rd All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 4-1 at Olympic Stadium, Montreal

1982-08-18

Longest baseball game at Wrigley Field in Chicago IL, ends after 22 innings - before LA Dodgers beat Cubs 2-1 (game started Aug 17th)

1982-09-13

Joe Lefevre gets 6 hits in one baseball game

1983-01-18

IOC restores Jim Thorpe's Olympic medals 70 years after they were taken from him for being paid $25 in semipro baseball

1983-02-08

Baseball orders Mickey Mantle to sever ties with Claridge Casino

1983-07-06

54th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 13-3 at Comiskey Park, Chicago

1983-08-25

Triple A baseball's Louisville Redbirds breaks 1 million fan mark

1984-03-03

Peter Ueberroth elected baseball commissioner (Effective Oct 1)

1984-03-04

Pee Wee Reese & Rick Ferrell elected to Baseball's Hall of Fame

1984-03-24

IOC agrees to 6-team exhibition baseball tournament in Olympics

1984-05-09

White Sox & Brewers play 8:06, game, longest timed baseball game

1984-07-11

55th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 3-1 at Candlestick Park, SF

1984-08-07

Japan beats US for olympic gold medal in baseball

1984-09-30

California Angels Michael Witt is 11th to pitch a perfect baseball game

1984-09-30

Bowie Kuhn ends career as Baseball Commissioner

1984-10-01

Peter Ueberroth replaces Bowie Kuhn as 6th commissioner of baseball

1985-01-07

Lou Brock & Hoyt Wilhelm, elected to Baseball's Hall of Fame

1985-03-06

Enos Slaughter & Arky Vaughan are elected to baseball Hall of Fame

1985-07-16

56th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 6-1 at Humphrey Metrodome, Minn

1985-08-05

Baseball players go on strike for 2 days

1985-08-06

Major League Baseball Players Association go on strike

1985-08-06

Players' Association stages a midseason baseball strike (lasts 1 day)

1985-08-07

Baseball players end a 2 day strike

1985-08-08

Baseball's new agreement permits 2 new NL teams in 1993

1985-09-20

Curtis Strong is convicted for selling cocaine to pro baseball players

1986-02-28

Peter Uberroth suspended 7 baseball players for 1 year, after they admitted in Curtis Strong's trial in September, they used drugs

1986-06-10

A Bartlett Giamatti becomes president of baseball's NL

1986-07-15

57th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 3-2 at Astrodome, Houston

1986-10-13

IOC announces baseball will become a medal sport in 1992

1986-12-11

A Bartlett Giamatti becomes president of baseball's National League

1987-01-14

Catfish Hunter & Billy Williams are elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

1987-02-25

LaMarr Hoyt is banned from baseball for 1987, due to drug abuse

1987-04-06

Al Campanis appears on Niteline saying blacks may not be equiped to be in baseball management, sparking a racial controversy

1987-05-01

46 HRs hit in 13 baseball games

1987-05-29

Robin Ventura set a college baseball record with hits in 57 games

1987-06-24

Salt Lake City Trappers begin pro baseball record 29 consec win streak

1987-07-14

58th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 2-0 in 13 at Oakland-Alameda Stad

1987-07-26

Catfish Hunter Billy Williams & Ray Dandridge inducted in Baseball Hall of Fame

1987-08-02

Kevin Seitzer (KC Royals), gets 6 hits in one baseball game

1987-08-15

US beats Cuba in Pan-Am baseball

1988-01-12

Willie Stargell (Pitts Pirate), elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

1988-05-14

1st non-pitcher (Jose Oquendo) in 20 years to get a decision in a baseball game, he & St Louis Cards lose to Braves 7-5 in 19 inn

1988-07-12

59th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 2-1 at Riverfront Stadium, Cin

1988-07-27

Baseball star Tommy John commits rec 3 errors on 1 play as Yanks rout Brewers 16-3

1988-07-31

Willie Stargell became 200th man inducted in Baseball's Hall of Fame

1988-09-08

NL pres Bart Giamatti is unanimously elected baseball's 7th commissioner

1988-09-13

10th time, 4 players hit baseball major-league record grand slams

1988-09-23

Jose Canseco is baseball's 1st to steal 40 bases & hit 40 HRs

1988-10-20

LA Dodgers beat Oakland A's in baseball's 85th World Series 4 games to 1

1988-12-14

CBS' $1.1 B bid wins exclusive 1990-94 major-league baseball rights

1989-01-05

Baseball signs $400M with ESPN, showing 175 games in 1990

1989-01-09

Johnny Bench & Carl Yastrzemski elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

1989-02-17

Former baseball player/manager Leo Durocher injured in a car crash

1989-02-28

Red Schoendienst & Al Barlick elected to baseball's Hall of Fame

1989-03-20

Baseball announces Reds manager Pete Rose is under investigation

1989-04-01

A Bartlett Giamatti replaces Ueberroth as 7th commissioner of baseball

1989-06-07

1st Baseball game to start outdoors & end indoors, as Toronto Blue Jays stadium closes roof during game at 8:48, & beat Brewers 4-2

1989-07-11

60th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 5-3 at Anaheim Stadium, Anaheim All star MVP: Bo Jackson (KC Royals)

1989-08-24

Pete Rose is suspended from baseball for life for gambling

1989-09-13

Fay Vincent elected baseball's 8th commissioner

1990-01-09

Jim Palmer & Joe Morgan elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

1990-02-04

St Petersburg Pelicans beat West Palm Beach Tropics 12-4 to win 1st Senior Professional Baseball Association Championship

1990-02-15

Baseball owners lock out players

1990-03-18

32-day lockout by baseball owners ends

1990-04-21

National League umpire is arrested for stealing baseball cards

1990-05-22

Deion Sanders becomes involved in a dispute with Chicago White Sox catcher Carlton Fisk, one of the most infamous incidents of Sanders' baseball career

1990-06-09

Dodger Eddie Murray ties Mickey Mantle with baseball's switch hit HRs in 10 games

1990-06-21

At Yankee Stadium rally, Nelson Mandela dons a NY Yankee baseball cap & proclaims "I am a Yankee!"

1990-07-10

61st All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 2-0 at Wrigley Field, Chicago

1990-07-26

US beats Soviet Union 17-0 in baseball at Goodwill Games

1990-08-14

Denver vote for a 1% sales tax to pay for a baseball franchise

1990-12-26

Senior Professional Baseball Association folds

1991-01-09

Baseball officially bans Pete Rose from being elected to Hall of Fame

1991-02-26

Bill Veeck & Tony Lazzeri elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

1991-03-30

1st exhibition baseball games at Joe Robbie Stadium (Yanks-Orioles)

1991-04-08

Major league umpires & baseball reach a 4-year agreement

1991-07-05

Lillian Cucuzza wins name Florida baseball team contest (Marlins)

1991-07-09

62nd All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 4-2 at SkyDome, Toronto

1991-07-28

Dennis Martinez pitches the 13th perfect game in baseball history

1991-09-04

Panel of 8 baseball experts vote to drop asterisk next to Roger Maris HR record & determine an official no hitter must go at least 9 innings

1991-09-13

Joe Carter 1st baseball player with 3 consecutive 100 RBI seasons with 3 different teams (Indians, Padres, Blue Jays)

1992-01-07

Tom Seaver & Rollie Fingers elected to Baseball's Hall of Fame

1992-02-01

Barry Bonds signs baseball's highest single year contract ($4.7 mil)

1992-04-13

Longest 2 undefeated baseball teams to meet (NY Yanks 5-0 vs Toronto Blue Jays 6-0); Yanks score 3 in top of 9th to win 5-2

1992-04-24

George Steinbrenner drops his suits against baseball

1992-06-08

NY Yankee pitcher Steve Howe is banned from baseball for 7th time

1992-06-11

US Olympic baseball team plays 1st exhibtion game, beat Venez 20-0

1992-06-20

Kelly Saunders is 2nd female baseball PA announcer (Balt Orioles)

1992-06-24

Commissioner Fay Vincent permanently bans Steve Howe from baseball

1992-07-14

63rd All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 13-6 at Jack Murphy Stadium, SD

1992-09-07

Baseball commissioner Faye Vincent resigns

1992-09-10

Bud Selig becomes interm commissioner of baseball

1992-10-11

Deion Sanders, plays for Atlanta Falcons (NFL) & Braves (Baseball)

1993-07-13

64th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 9-3 at Camden Yards, Baltimore

1993-08-01

Reggie Jackson enshrined in Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY

1993-09-08

Baseball's proposed switch to a three-division format OKed in AL

1994-01-12

Steve Carlton (Phillies) elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

1994-02-23

Indians owner Richard Jacobs announces he will pay $10 million to name baseball field (Jacobs Field) at Gateway (becomes official 3/23)

1994-02-25

Phil Rizzuto elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

1994-04-03

1st roster of Silver Bullets (all-female pro baseball team) announced

1994-05-08

Colorado Silver Bullets (all-female pro baseball team) 1st game

1994-07-12

65th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 7-8 at 3 Rivers Stad, Pitts

1994-07-16

Baseball Night in America premieres (no Saturday day games)

1994-07-23

Longest baseball rain delay (3:39) as Giants beat Mets 4-2 in NYC

1994-07-28

Baseball players decide to strike on Aug 12, 1994

1994-07-28

Texas Ranger Kenny Rogers pitches baseball's 14th perfect game

1994-08-12

Members of the Major League Baseball Players Association strike

1994-09-14

All 28 baseball owners vote to cancel rest of 1994 season

1994-09-18

Ken Burn's "Baseball" premieres on PBS

1994-09-28

"Baseball" TV Miniseries last airs on PBS

1994-12-23

Baseball owners impose salary cap, fiercely opposed by players

1995-01-08

Mike Schmidt is elected to Baseball's Hall of Fame

1995-02-06

Darryl Strawberry suspended from baseball for 60 days

1995-02-17

Tiger Manager Sparky Anderson takes unpaid leave due to baseball strike

1995-03-09

Baseball awards a franchise to Tampa Bay Devil Rays

1995-03-31

Federal judge orders injunction to end baseball strike

1995-04-02

Baseball season opener delayed until April 26

1995-04-02

Owners accept baseball players proposal, agree to start season 4/26

1995-04-07

Baseball exhibition season begins late due to strike

1995-04-26

Baseball season begins after lengthy strike

1995-07-11

66th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 3-2 at Ballpark at Arlington Tx

1995-07-30

Richie Ashburn and Mike Schmidt enter baseball's Hall of Fame

1995-10-01

NY Yankees win 1st baseball wildcard ever

1996-01-08

For 1st time in 25 years no one is elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

1996-01-18

Baseball owners unanimously approve interleague play in 1997

1996-04-03

St Francis Fighting Saints scores college baseball run record 71-1

1996-04-24

Highest scoring baseball game in 17 years - Twins 24, Tigers 11

1996-07-09

67th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 6-0 at Veterans Stadium, Phila

1996-11-26

Baseball owners approve interleague play, 26-4

1997-03-19

Major League Baseball announces 5 year/$50M deal with Pepsi

1997-04-15

Baseball honors Jackie Robinson by retiring #42 for all teams

1997-04-20

1st baseball game in Hawaii, Cards beat Padres in doubleheader

1997-05-13

Eddie Murray is 6th baseball player to play in 3,000 games

1997-05-14

Baseball's Exec Council suspends NY Yank owner George Steinbrenner

1997-06-09

Detroit Tigers baseball team bat out of order against Oakland A's in 1st inning

1997-06-12

1st ever baseball inter-league game SF Giants beat Texas Rangers 4-3

1997-07-08

68th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 3-1 at Jacobs Field, Cleveland

1997-07-09

Baseball's triple A American Association (formed in 1902) votes to disband

1998-01-06

Don Sutton selected to Baseball Hall of Fame

1998-07-07

69th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 13-8 at Coors Field, Denver

1999-07-06

U.S. Army private Barry Winchell dies from baseball-bat injuries inflicted in his sleep the previous day by fellow soldiers for his relationship with transgendered showgirl and former Navy combat medic, Calpernia Addams.

1999-07-13

70th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 4-1 at Fenway Park, Boston

2000-07-11

71st All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 6-3 at Turner Field, Atlanta

2001-07-10

72nd All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 4-1 at Safeco Field, Seattle

2001-09-17

Despite suffering from lung cancer and Parkinson's disease, Jack Buck stirs emotions by reading a patriotic-themed poem during the pregame ceremonies on baseball's first night back after the September 11th terrorist attacks

2002-07-09

73rd All Star Baseball Game: 7-7 tie when both teams ran out of available pitchers at Miller Park, Milwaukee

2002-10-27

Anaheim Angels defeat San Francisco Giants 4-3 in baseball's World Series championship, MVP: Troy Glaus, Anaheim

2003-06-17

Moneyball, a book about the 2003 Oakland Athletics baseball team and GM Billy Beane's sabermetric approach, inspired by Bill James, is published

2003-07-15

74th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 7-6 at U.S. Cellular Field, Chicago

2004-07-13

75th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 9-4 at Minute Maid Park, Houston

2004-10-01

Baseball: Seattle Mariners outfielder Ichiro Suzuki gets his 258th hit of the season, breaking George Sisler's 84-year-old single-season record.

2004-10-20

Boston Red Sox come back from 0-3 to defeat the New York Yankees 4-3 to win baseball's American League

2005-07-12

76th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 7-5 at Comerica Park, Detroit

2005-09-29

Chicago White Sox clinch their first division title since 2000 and become just the 10th team in the history of baseball to be in first place on every day of the season

2005-10-26

Chicago White Sox defeat Houston Astros 4-0 in baseball's World Series championship, MVP: Jermaine Dye, Chicago

2006-07-11

77th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 3-2 at PNC Park, Pittsburgh

2007-07-10

78th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 5-4 at AT&T Park, San Francisco

2007-08-07

Barry Bonds of the San Francisco Giants breaks baseball great Hank Aaron's record by hitting his 756th home run.

2007-12-13

The Mitchell Report is publicly released listing the names of 89 Major League Baseball players that have presumably used anabolic steroids and human growth hormones. Notable players to be named include Roger Clemens and Miguel Tejada.

2008-07-16

79th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 4-3 at Yankee Stadium, New York

2008-10-29

The Philadelphia Phillies defeat the Tampa Bay Rays in Game 5 of the 2008 World Series to become champions of Major League Baseball.

2009-03-05

Moises Alou announces he will retire following the World Baseball Classic

2009-07-14

80th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 4-3 at Busch Stadium, St Louis

2009-07-23

Mark Buehrle of the Chicago White Sox becomes the 18th pitcher to throw a perfect game in Major League Baseball history, defeating the Tampa Bay Rays 5-0.

2010-07-13

81st All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 3-1 at Angel Stadium, Anaheim

2011-07-12

82nd All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 5-1 at Chase Field, Phoenix

2012-07-10

83rd All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 8-0 at Kauffman Stadium, Kansas City

2013-07-16

84th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 3-0 at Citi Field, New York

2014-10-31

2014 baseball HOF inductees: Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine, Frank Thomas, Bobby Cox, Tony La Russa and Joe Torre

2016-03-01

Obama to attend historic baseball game in Cuba

2016-03-22

Obama to end Cuba trip with dissident meeting, baseball and hope

2016-10-30

Miami baseball star Fernandez was drunk, had cocaine in system at fatal crash

2016-11-18

Mike Trout, Kris Bryant win baseball's MVP awards

2017-01-19

Jeff Bagwell, Tim Raines, Ivan Rodriguez elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

2017-03-22

USA beats Japan, reaches World Baseball Classic final for the first time

2017-03-23

United States Beats Puerto Rico for First World Baseball Classic Title

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Baseball - Notable Birthdays

Connie MackDec 22, 1862

Ty CobbDec 18, 1886

cool papaMay 17, 1903

Leo DurocherJul 27, 1906

Ted WilliamsAug 30, 1918

Jackie RobinsonJan 31, 1919

Toni StoneJul 17, 1921

Gil HodgesApr 4, 1924

Tom LasordaSep 22, 1927

Willie MaysMay 6, 1931

Roberto ClementeAug 18, 1934

Reggie JacksonMay 18, 1946

Bill JamesOct 5, 1949

Dave RighettiNov 28, 1958

Tim RainesSep 16, 1959

Howard JohnsonNov 29, 1960

Darryl StrawberryMar 12, 1962

Ron GantMar 2, 1965

David JusticeApr 14, 1966

Sammy SosaNov 12, 1968

Baseball - Birthdays
Date Event
1819-01-26

Abner Doubleday, Union general-major/inventor (baseball) [or Jun 26]

1819-06-26

Abner Doubleday, Mjr Gen (Union)/inventor (baseball) [or 1/26]

1824-10-06

Henry Chadwick, baseball pioneer, developed 1st rule book

1837-12-26

Morgan Bulkeley, American politician and baseball commissioner (d. 1922)

1842-10-14

Joe Start, American baseball player (d. 1927)

1845-05-25

Lip Pike, American baseball player (d. 1883)

1850-05-08

Ross Barnes, baseball player (d. 1915)

1850-09-02

Albert Spaulding, baseball player/founded Spaulding sports company

1852-04-11

Cap Anson, American baseball player (d. 1922)

1852-08-24

Deacon White, American baseball player (d. 1919)

1853-05-08

Dan Brouthers, baseball player (d. 1932)

1853-9-02

Kate Mayhew, Baseball's Peerless Leader

1856-11-03

Jim McCormick, baseball player (d. 1918)

1857-05-03

George Gore, American baseball player (d. 1933)

1857-08-22

Ned Hanlon, American baseball player and manager (d. 1937)

1857-10-24

Ned Williamson, American baseball player (d. 1894)

1857-12-31

King Kelly, American baseball player (d. 1894)

1859-01-30

Tony Mullane, Irish-born American baseball player (d. 1944)

1860-01-12

Henry Larkin, American baseball player (d. 1942)

1860-03-03

John Montgomery Ward, American baseball player (d. 1925)

1860-12-15

Abner Powell, American baseball player (d. 1953)

1861-06-17

Pete Browning, American baseball player (d. 1905)

1862-05-23

William "Dummy" Hoy, professional baseball player who lived to 99

1862-12-22

Connie Mack, East Brookfield, Massachusetts, HOF baseball executive/manager (Phila A's 1900-1950), (d. 1956)

1863-06-23

Lee Morris, Baseball at Mudville

1864-01-05

Bob Caruthers, American baseball player (d. 1911)

1864-01-06

Ban Johnson, Norwalk Ct, baseball founder (American League)

1865-02-23

Barney Dreyfuss, baseball owner (Pittsburgh Pirates)

1865-03-16

Patsy Donovan, Irish-American baseball player (d. 1953)

1866-02-16

William "Sliding Billy" Hamilton, NJ, hall of fame baseball player

1866-03-22

Jack Boyle, American baseball player (d. 1913)

1866-11-20

Kenesaw Mountain Landis, judge/1st commissioner of baseball

1867-03-29

Cy Young [Denton True Young], Gilmore Ohio, American baseball pitcher (most wins in MLB history)

1867-03-29

Cy [Denton True] Young, Gilmore Ohio, baseball pitcher (511 wins, 1890-1911). Died 1955

1867-08-04

Jake Beckley, American baseball player (d. 1918)

1867-08-14

Cupid Childs, American baseball player (d. 1912)

1867-11-17

George Stallings, The Baseball Revue of 1917

1868-05-10

Ed Barrow, American baseball manager (d. 1953)

1868-12-04

Jesse Burkett, American baseball player (d. 1953)

1869-01-04

Tommy Corcoran, American baseball player (d. 1960)

1869-04-02

Hughie Jennings, The Baseball Revue of 1917

1869-06-02

Jack O'Connor, baseball player (d. 1937)

1869-09-14

Kid Nichols, American baseball player (d. 1953)

1869-11-20

Clark Griffith, Mo, baseball player/manager (NY Yankees)

1870-08-23

George Davis, World Series Baseball Game

1870-12-31

Thomas Connolly, baseball's major league umpire for 50 years

1871-03-19

Joseph McGinnity, Rock Island Ill, baseball pitcher (NY Giants)

1871-08-13

Fielder Jones, World Series Baseball Game

1871-10-30

Buck Freeman, American baseball player (d. 1949)

1871-12-09

Joe Kelley, American baseball player (d. 1943)

1872-02-03

Lou Criger, American baseball player (d. 1934)

1873-01-10

Jack O'Neill, Irish-born baseball player (d. 1935)

1873-04-07

John McGraw, American baseball player and manager (d. 1934)

1874-02-22

Bill Klem, American baseball umpire (d. 1951)

1874-06-05

Jack Chesbro, baseball pitcher (NY Highlanders - won 41 in 1904)

1874-08-03

Ed McFarland, World Series Baseball Game

1874-09-05

Nap Lajoie, American baseball player (d. 1959)

1874-10-12

Jimmy Burke, American baseball player (d. 1942)

1875-02-01

Billy Sullivan, World Series Baseball Game

1875-02-25

Johnny Kling, World Series Baseball Game

1875-08-21

Frank Isbell, World Series Baseball Game

1875-08-27

Ed Hahn, World Series Baseball Game

1875-12-04

Joe Corbett, American baseball player (d. 1945)

1875-9-15

George Rohe, World Series Baseball Game

1876-01-11

Elmer Flick, American baseball player (d. 1971)

1876-02-07

Pat Moran, World Series Baseball Game

1876-02-13

Fritz Buelow, German-born American baseball player (d. 1933)

1876-10-13

Rube Waddell, American baseball player (d. 1914)

1876-10-19

Mordecai Brown, World Series Baseball Game

1876-10-27

Patsy Dougherty, World Series Baseball Game

1876-9-15

Nick Altrock, World Series Baseball Game

1877-09-07

Mike O'Neill, Irish baseball player (d. 1959)

1877-09-09

Frank Chance, baseball player/manager, Tinkers to Evers to Chance

1877-10-28

Joe Adams, American baseball player (d. 1952)

1877-9-09

Frank Chance, Baseball's Peerless Leader

1877-9-29

Harry Steinfeldt, World Series Baseball Game

1878-05-14

James L. Wilkinson, American baseball executive (d. 1964)

1878-05-24

Jack Pfiester, World Series Baseball Game

1878-05-30

Mike Donlin, American baseball player (d. 1933)

1878-11-10

Cy Morgan, Making a Baseball Bug

1878-11-23

Jimmy Sheckard, World Series Baseball Game

1879-03-27

Miller Huggins, American baseball player and manager (d. 1929)

1879-03-27

Miller Huggins, The Baseball Revue of 1917

1879-04-09

Doc White, World Series Baseball Game

1879-06-11

Roger Bresnahan, baseball player (d. 1944)

1879-07-13

Jiggs Donahue, World Series Baseball Game

1879-09-17

Rube Foster, American baseball player, manager and executive (d. 1930)

1879-12-23

Frank Owen, World Series Baseball Game

1880-01-22

Bill O'Neill, World Series Baseball Game

1880-02-16

Frank Burke, American baseball player (d. 1946)

1880-03-12

Babe Towne, World Series Baseball Game

1880-04-18

Sam Crawford, baseball player (d. 1968)

1880-07-27

Joseph Tinker, baseball Hall of Famer, 1/3 of fame double play combo

1880-08-12

Christy Mathewson, HOF baseball pitcher (Won 37 in 1908)

1880-10-26

Lee Tannehill, World Series Baseball Game

1880-11-20

George McBride, baseball player (d. 1973)

1880-12-23

Doc Gessler, World Series Baseball Game

1880-12-31

Fred Beebe, American baseball player (d. 1957)

1881-02-02

Orval Overall, World Series Baseball Game

1881-05-11

Al Cabrera, Spanish-born Cuban baseball player (d. 1964)

1881-05-14

Ed Walsh, American baseball pitcher, lowest lifetime ERA (1.82)

1881-05-14

Ed Walsh, World Series Baseball Game

1881-06-29

Harry Frazee, American baseball team owner (d. 1929)

1881-07-18

Larry McLean, baseball player (d. 1921)

1881-07-21

Johnny Evers, World Series Baseball Game

1881-12-20

Branch Rickey, baseball executive (Dodgers)

1881-12-20

Branch Rickey, Baseball's Changing Profile

1881-12-25

Joseph V McCarthy, baseball manager (NY Yankees)

1882-05-18

Babe Adams, American baseball player (d. 1968)

1882-08-02

Red Ames, baseball player (d. 1936)

1882-10-15

Charley O'Leary, American baseball player (d. 1941)

1882-10-29

Solly Hofman, World Series Baseball Game

1882-11-20

Andy Coakley, baseball player and long-time coach at Columbia University (d. 1963)

1882-12-01

Ed Reulbach, World Series Baseball Game

1882-9-17

Frank Schulte, World Series Baseball Game

1883-02-13

Harold "Hal" Chase, baseball player/manager

1883-05-05

Charles Bender, only American Indian in baseball's Hall of Fame

1884-03-04

Red Murray, American professional baseball player (d. 1958)

1884-05-05

Big Chief Bender, The Baseball Revue of 1917

1884-05-30

Rube Oldring, The Baseball Bug

1884-12-31

Bobby Byrne, American baseball player (d. 1964)

1885-01-15

Grover Lowdermilk, American baseball player (d. 1968)

1885-02-17

Steve Evans, American baseball player (d. 1943)

1885-04-13

Vean Gregg, American baseball player (d. 1964)

1886-04-07

Ed Lafitte, American baseball player (d. 1971)

1886-07-31

Larry Doyle, The Baseball Revue of 1917

1886-10-09

Rube Marquard, American baseball player (d. 1980)

1886-12-18

Ty Cobb, Narrows Georgia, American baseball player, Colo, batted .367, stole 892 bases (Det Tigers)

1887-02-09

Henry Zimmerman, baseball player (1912-batted .372 with 14 HRs)

1887-02-26

Grover Cleveland Alexander, HOF baseball pitcher (Phillies, Cubs)

1887-04-21

Joe McCarthy, American baseball manager (d. 1978)

1887-05-02

Edward Collins, NY, Hall of Fame baseball infielder (White Sox, A's)

1887-05-02

Eddie Collins, The Baseball Revue of 1917

1887-08-24

Harry Hooper, American baseball player (d. 1974)

1887-11-06

Walter Johnson, The Baseball Revue of 1917

1888-03-04

Jeff Pfeffer, American professional baseball pitcher (d. 1972)

1888-04-04

Tris Speaker, baseball great, hit more doubles than Pete Rose

1888-04-18

Duffy Lewis, American baseball player (d. 1979)

1888-04-18

Duffy Lewis, Boston Red Sox: 100 Years of Baseball History

1888-05-06

Emanuel Celler, Baseball's Changing Profile

1888-05-23

Zack Wheat, American baseball player (d. 1972)

1888-10-30

Marty McHale, The Baseball Revue of 1917

1888-11-18

Jack Coombs, The Baseball Revue of 1917

1888-12-20

Fred Merkle, American baseball figure (d. 1958)

1889-04-01

Billy Mason, Baseball Bill -- Flirting with Marriage

1889-09-22

Hooks Dauss, American baseball player (d. 1963)

1889-09-28

Jack Fournier, American baseball player (d. 1973)

1889-10-25

Smoky Joe Wood, American baseball pitcher (d. 1985)

1889-10-25

Smokey Joe Wood, The Baseball Revue of 1917

1890-01-05

Benny Kauff, The Baseball Revue of 1917

1890-01-11

Max Carey, American baseball player (d. 1976)

1890-05-14

Alex Pompez, American baseball executive (d. 1974)

1890-07-30

Casey Stengel, baseball manager (Yankees (1949-60)/NY Met's 1st)

1890-08-04

Dolf Luque, Cuban baseball player (d. 1957)

1890-09-24

Mike González, baseball player (d. 1977)

1891-01-15

Ray Chapman, American baseball player (d. 1920)

1891-01-28

Bill Doak, American baseball player (d. 1954)

1891-11-11

Rabbit Maranville, American baseball player (d. 1954)

1892-07-26

Sam Jones, American baseball player (d. 1966)

1893-02-17

Wally Pipp, American baseball player (d. 1965)

1893-03-24

George Sisler, American baseball player (d. 1973)

1893-04-27

Allen Sothoron, American baseball player (d. 1939)

1893-05-08

Edd Roush, baseball player (d. 1988)

1893-06-09

Irish Meusel, American baseball player (d. 1963)

1893-07-22

Jesse Haines, American baseball player (d. 1978)

1893-08-18

Burleigh Grimes, American baseball player (d. 1985)

1894-08-03

Harry Heilmann, SF Cal, baseball hall of famer outfielder (Detroit)

1894-08-26

Sparky Adams, Baseball player (d. 1989)

1894-10-23

Rube Bressler, baseball player (d. 1966)

1894-12-19

Ford C Frick, baseball commissioner (1951-65)

1895-02-06

George Herman (Babe) Ruth, Baltimore, Maryland, baseball great (NY Yankees)

1895-08-07

Edward Gill, baseball player

1895-09-23

Johnny Mokan, American baseball player (d. 1985)

1895-10-13

Mike Gazella, American baseball player (d. 1978)

1896-05-28

Warren Giles, baseball's National League president

1896-10-19

Bob O'Farrell, American baseball player (d. 1988)

1896-11-08

Bucky Harris, baseball manager (Phillies, Yankees)

1896-11-10

Jimmie Dykes, American baseball player and manager (d. 1976)

1896-12-27

Arch Ward, sportswriter (proposed baseball's all-star game)

1897-03-04

Francis "Lefty" O'Doul, baseball player/organized Japanese baseball

1897-04-10

Ross Youngs, American baseball player (d. 1927)

1898-01-24

Cliff Heathcote, American baseball player (d. 1939)

1898-04-25

Fred Haney, baseball player (d. 1977)

1898-07-14

A. B. "Happy" Chandler, American politician and baseball commissioner (d. 1991)

1898-09-09

Frank "Fordham Flash" Frisch, NYC, baseball player (NL MVP 1931)

1898-10-30

Bill Terry, baseball player (d. 1989)

1899-03-28

August Anheuser Busch, Jr., brewing magnate and American baseball executive (d. 1989)

1899-05-14

Earle Combs, American baseball player (d. 1976)

1899-07-29

Walter Beall, American baseball player (d. 1959)

1899-09-09

Waite Hoyt, American baseball player (d. 1984)

1899-10-11

Eddie Dyer, American baseball player (d. 1964)

1899-11-11

Harold "Pie" Traynor, baseball hall of fame 3rd baseman (Pirates)

1899-12-02

Ray Morehart, American baseball player (d. 1989)

1900-03-06

Robert "Lefty" Grove, baseball pitcher (300 game winner)

1900-04-23

Jim Bottomley, American baseball player (d. 1959)

1900-04-26

Hack Wilson, American baseball player (d. 1948)

1900-09-17

Hughie Critz, baseball player (d. 1980)

1900-10-16

[Leon] Goose Goslin, baseball hall of famer (AL bat champ 1928)

1900-10-31

Carl Hubbard, Missouri, baseball & football Hall of Famer

1901-05-08

Turkey Stearnes, baseball player (d. 1979)

1901-07-20

Heinie Manush, American baseball player (d. 1971)

1901-07-28

Freddie Fitzsimmons, American baseball player (d. 1979)

1902-03-02

Moe Berg, American baseball player and spy (d. 1972)

1902-05-07

Sal Gliatto, baseball player

1902-05-21

Earl Averill, baseball player (d. 1983)

1902-05-22

Al Simmons, Milwaukee, American baseball outfielder (A's), lifetime batting avg of .334 (d. 1956)

1902-07-07

Ted "Double Duty" Radcliffe, American baseball player (d. 2005)

1902-08-04

Wild Bill Hallahan, American baseball player (d. 1981)

1903-02-12

Chick Hafey, baseball player (d. 1973)

1903-02-21

Thomas Yawkey, baseball owner (Boston Red Sox)

1903-04-06

Mickey Cochrane, baseball hall of fame catcher (.320 avg)

1903-05-17

James "cool papa" Bell, Starkville, Mississippi, baseball center fielder in Negro league baseball, considered by many to have been one of the fastest men ever to play the game (d. 1991)

1903-10-09

Walter O'Malley, baseball team owner (Dodgers)

1903-11-02

Travis Jackson, American baseball player (d. 1987)

1903-12-06

Tony Lazzeri, American baseball player (d. 1946)

1904-01-01

Ethan Allen, American baseball player (d. 1993)

1904-02-27

Chick Fullis, American baseball player (d. 1946)

1904-03-30

Ripper Collins, baseball player (d. 1970)

1905-01-17

Ray Cunningham, American baseball player (d. 2005)

1905-05-31

Roy Peaches Davis, baseball pitcher

1905-07-22

Doc Cramer, American baseball player (d. 1990)

1905-09-26

Emilio Navarro, Puerto Rican baseball player

1905-10-12

Rick Ferrell, baseball Hall of Fame catcher

1905-11-26

Bob Johnson, American baseball player (d. 1982)

1905-12-05

Gus Mancuso, American baseball player (d. 1984)

1906-07-07

[Leroy] Satchel Paige, baseball pitcher, never look back

1906-07-27

Leo Durocher, Mass, baseball player and manager (Brooklyn Dodgers, NY Giants)

1906-10-12

Joe Cronin, baseball (Pirates, Red Sox, Senators, MVP 1930, AL Pres)

1906-10-17

Paul Derringer, American baseball player (d. 1987)

1906-11-17

Rollie Stiles, American baseball player (d. 2007)

1907-02-27

Hilton Smith, Negro Leagues Baseball

1907-04-02

Luke Appling, American baseball player (d. 1991)

1907-05-11

Rip Sewell, American baseball player (d. 1989)

1907-06-26

Debs Garms, American baseball player (d. 1984)

1907-09-08

Buck O'Neil, Old Negro League Baseball player

1907-10-22

Jimmy Foxx, baseball HR hitter (534, Detroit Tigers)

1907-11-22

Dick Bartell, baseball player

1908-06-20

Billy Werber, American baseball player

1908-08-20

Alfonso Lopez, baseball player (AL Manager of the year 1959)

1908-10-17

Red Rolfe, American baseball player (d. 1969)

1908-11-26

Lefty Gomez, baseball pitcher

1908-12-25

Jo-Jo Moore, baseball player (d. 2001)

1909-03-02

Mel Ott, American baseball player, 1st NLer to hit 500 home runs, hall of famer (NY Giants) (d. 1958)

1909-03-25

Dutch (Emil) Leonard, baseball pitcher (Boston Red Sox, 1.01 ERA 1914)

1909-08-26

Gene Moore, baseball player (d. 1978)

1909-09-12

Spud Chandler, baseball player (AL MVP 1943)

1909-11-04

Skeeter Webb, American baseball player (d. 1986)

1910-01-03

Frenchy Bordagaray, American baseball player (d. 2000)

1910-06-10

Frank Demaree, American baseball player (d. 1958)

1910-06-29

Burgess Whitehead, American baseball player (d. 1993)

1910-10-04

Frankie Crosetti, American baseball player (d. 2002)

1910-10-12

Bob Sheppard, American baseball announcer

1910-11-23

Hal Schumacher, baseball player

1911-01-01

Hank Greenberg, Baseball's Changing Profile

1911-01-16

Jay Hanna "Dizzy" Dean, HOF baseball pitcher (St Louis Cardinals)

1911-02-22

Bill Baker, American baseball player (d. 2006)

1911-09-06

Harry Danning, American baseball player (d. 2004)

1911-11-13

Buck O'Neil, American baseball player (d. 2006)

1911-11-24

Joe Medwick, baseball player (d. 1975)

1911-12-01

Walter Alston, baseball manager (Dodgers)

1911-12-01

Calvin Griffith, Canadian-born baseball executive (d. 1999)

1911-12-21

Josh Gibson, pro baseball player, "Negro Babe Ruth" (hit 800+ HRs)

1912-05-21

Monty Stratton, baseball player (d. 1982)

1912-05-27

Terry Moore, American baseball player (d. 1995)

1912-06-19

Don Gutteridge, American baseball player

1912-07-16

Milt Bocek, American baseball player (d. 2007)

1912-09-06

Vincent DiMaggio, baseball player (Giants, Phils, Reds, Braves)

1912-12-03

Charlie Wagner, Boston Red Sox: 100 Years of Baseball History

1913-01-07

Johnny Mize, American baseball player (d. 1993)

1913-03-02

Mort Cooper, baseball player (NL MVP 1942)

1913-08-11

Bob Scheffing, American professional baseball player and manager (d. 1985)

1913-08-14

Paul Dean, American baseball player (d. 1981)

1913-08-17

Rudy York, American baseball player (d. 1970)

1914-01-04

Herman Franks, American baseball player

1914-02-08

Bert Haas, baseball player

1914-02-09

Bill "Rhymes with Wreck" Veeck, baseball club owner

1914-06-28

Charles Urbanus, Dutch baseball player

1914-07-19

Marius Russo, baseball player (d. 2005)

1914-07-26

Ellis Kinder, American baseball player (d. 1968)

1914-10-10

Tommy Fine, American baseball player (d. 2005)

1914-11-02

Johnny Vander Meer, baseball player (d. 1997)

1915-01-08

Walker Cooper, American baseball player (d. 1991)

1915-04-02

Al Barlick, First Annual All-Star Celebrity Baseball Game

1915-04-19

Harry Craft, baseball manager

1915-08-18

Max Lanier, baseball player

1915-11-18

Ken Burkhart, American baseball player and umpire (d. 2004)

1916-02-09

Tex Hughson, American baseball player (d. 1993)

1916-04-04

Mickey Owen, American baseball player (d. 2005)

1916-04-27

Enos Slaughter, American baseball player (d. 2002)

1916-06-05

Eddie Joost, baseball player

1916-07-18

Johnny Hopp, baseball player (d. 2003)

1916-07-19

Phillip Cavaretta, baseball player (NL MVP 1945)

1916-10-20

Billie Worth, Baseball Blues

1916-10-30

Leon Day, American baseball player (d. 1995)

1916-11-26

Bob Elliot, baseball player

1917-03-02

Jim Konstanty, baseball player (NL MVP 1950)

1917-03-04

Clyde McCullough, American baseball player (d. 1982)

1917-04-18

Ty LaForest, Canadian baseball player (d. 1947)

1917-07-10

Hugh Alexander, American baseball player (d. 2000)

1917-07-17

Lou Bourdeau, baseball player/manager (1948 AP Athlete of Year)

1917-08-13

Sid Gordon, American baseball player (d. 1975)

1917-08-27

Peanuts Lowrey, American baseball player (d. 1986)

1917-09-25

Johnny Sain, American baseball player (d. 2006)

1917-10-08

Danny Murtaugh, baseball manager (Pittsburgh Pirates)

1917-10-25

Lee MacPhail, American baseball manager and league executive

1917-10-30

Bobby Bragan, American baseball player

1917-12-01

Marty Marion, baseball player (NL MVP 1944)

1918-01-25

Ernie Harwell, American baseball sportscaster

1918-01-29

William Rigney, baseball manager (SF Giants)

1918-02-12

Dominic DiMaggio, baseball outfielder (Boston Red Sox)

1918-02-22

Charles O Finley, baseball team owner (Oakland A's)

1918-02-26

Edwin Charles "Preacher" Roe, baseball pitcher (Bkln Dodgers)

1918-03-13

Eddie Pellagrini, Boston Red Sox: 100 Years of Baseball History

1918-03-18

Al Benton, American baseball player (d. 1968)

1918-04-07

Bobby Doerr, American baseball player

1918-04-22

Mickey Vernon, baseball player

1918-06-21

Eddie Lopat, American baseball player (d. 1992)

1918-07-23

Pee Wee Reese, American baseball player (d. 1999)

1918-08-30

Ted Williams, American baseball player, last player in MLB to bat over .400 in a single season (Red Sox, AL MVP '46, '49; Trip Crown '42, '47)

1918-08-30

Billy Johnson, American baseball player (d. 2006)

1918-10-22

Lou Klein, American baseball player (d. 1976)

1918-11-03

Bob Feller, Van Meter, Iowa, American baseball pitcher (Cleveland Indian, 3 no-hitters)

1918-12-22

William Kennedy, baseball player

1919-01-31

Jackie Robinson, Ga, 1st black major league baseball player (Dodgers)

1919-02-25

Monty Irvin, baseball hall of famer (NY Giants)

1919-03-02

Eddie Lawrence, Abner the Baseball

1919-03-17

Hank Sauer, baseball player (NL MVP 1952)

1919-03-28

Vic Raschi, American baseball player (d. 1988)

1919-08-09

Ralph Houk, baseball manager (Yankees, Tigers)

1919-09-27

Johnny Pesky, American baseball player, (d. 2012)

1919-12-31

Tommy Byrne, American baseball player

1920-01-06

Early Wynn, Hartford Ala, baseball Hall of famer (pitcher)

1920-01-10

Max Patkin, American baseball player (d. 1999)

1920-01-15

Steve Gromek, American baseball player (d. 2002)

1920-01-20

Sam Hairston, Negro Leagues Baseball

1920-02-08

Buddy Blattner, baseball player

1920-02-26

Danny Gardella, American baseball player (d. 2005)

1920-03-01

Harry Caray, baseball announcer (Chicago Cubs)

1920-03-23

Tetsuharu Kawakami, Japanese baseball player and coach

1920-05-16

Dave Philley, Paris, Texas, Major League Baseball switch-hitter (record 9 straight pinch hits), (d. 2012)

1920-08-18

Bob Kennedy, baseball player

1920-11-21

Stan Musial, St. Louis Cardinals: Baseball Heaven

1921-02-08

Hoot Evers, baseball player

1921-03-05

Elmer Valo, American baseball player (d. 1998)

1921-04-11

Jim Hearn, American baseball player (d. 1998)

1921-05-20

Hal Newhouser, American baseball player (d. 1998)

1921-07-17

Toni Stone [Marcenia Lyle Alberga], St. Paul Minnesota, American baseball player (first woman to play in a men's league)

1921-07-20

Takanobu Hozumi, Mr. Baseball

1921-11-24

Joe "Ducky" Medwick, baseball player

1922-03-02

Arnold Hano, Baseball's Golden Age

1922-03-27

Murray Olderman, Jews and Baseball: An American Love Story

1922-05-11

Nestor Chylak, American baseball umpire (d. 1992)

1922-06-04

John McNamara, baseball player

1922-06-13

Mel Parnell [Melvin], New Orleans, Louisiana, Major League Baseball pitcher (Boston Red Socks, 1947-56), (d. 2012)

1922-06-13

Mel Parnell, Boston Red Sox: 100 Years of Baseball History

1922-07-03

Art Fowler, baseball player

1922-08-23

George Kell, baseball player

1922-10-06

Joe Frazier, American baseball player

1922-10-07

Grady Hatton, American baseball player, (d. 2013)

1922-11-29

Minnie Miñoso, Cuban baseball player

1922-9-03

Morrie Martin, From the Ballpark to the Battlefield: Baseball and World War II

1923-02-02

Al "Red" Schoendienst, baseball manager/2nd baseman (St Louis Cards)

1923-02-02

Red Schoendienst, St. Louis Cardinals: Baseball Heaven

1923-04-17

Solly Hemus, American baseball player

1923-07-23

Luis Aloma, Cuban baseball player (d. 1997)

1923-11-17

Mike Garcia, American baseball player (d. 1986)

1924-02-08

Joe Black, baseball player

1924-02-29

Al Rosen, American baseball player

1924-04-04

Gil Hodges, Princeton Indiana, baseball player/manager (Brooklyn Dodgers, NY Mets)

1924-04-23

Chuck Harmon, American baseball player

1924-04-23

Chuck Harmon, Black Baseball in Indiana

1924-08-26

Alex Kellner, baseball player (d. 1996)

1924-09-10

Ted Kluszewski, American baseball player (d. 1988)

1924-12-13

Larry Doby, 1st black in baseball's AL (Cleve Indians)

1925-02-09

Vic Wertz, baseball player

1925-05-25

Don Liddle, baseball player (d. 2000)

1925-06-08

Del Ennis, baseball player (d. 1996)

1925-06-15

Gene Baker, baseball player

1925-06-27

Wayne Terwillinger, Baseball, Minnesota

1925-08-16

Willie Jones, American baseball player (d. 1983)

1925-09-12

Stan Lopata, American baseball player, (d. 2013)

1925-09-18

Harvey Haddix, baseball pitcher (pitched perfect game into 12th)

1925-09-26

Bobby Shantz, baseball player (1952 AL MVP)

1925-10-01

Bob Boyd, American baseball player (d. 2004)

1925-12-14

Sam Jones, American baseball player (d. 1971)

1925-9-18

Harvey Haddix, Roberto Clemente: A Video Tribute to One of Baseball's Greatest Players and a True Humanitarian

1926-01-06

Ralph Branca, American baseball player

1926-01-31

Tom Alston, American baseball player (d. 1993)

1926-03-18

Dick Littlefield, American baseball player (d. 1997)

1926-04-03

Alex Grammas, American baseball player

1926-06-14

Don Newcombe, baseball player

1926-07-25

Whitey Lockman, American baseball player

1926-08-06

Clem Labine, American baseball player (d. 2007)

1926-09-11

Eddie Miksis, baseball player (d. 2005)

1926-10-28

Bowie Kuhn, baseball commissioner (1969-1984)

1926-11-22

Lew Burdette, baseball player

1926-12-13

Carl Erskine, baseball player (Bkln Dodgers)

1926-12-17

Ray Jablonski, American baseball player (d. 1985)

1927-01-22

Lou Creekmur, Baseball Hall-of-Famer

1927-01-26

Bob Nieman, American baseball player (d. 1985)

1927-02-06

Smokey Burgess, baseball catcher (Pittsburgh Pirates)

1927-02-18

Luis Arroyo, Puerto Rican baseball player

1927-03-09

Jack Jensen, baseball player (AL MVP 1958)

1927-03-19

Richie Ashburn, baseball infielder (Philadelphia Phillies)/sportscaster

1927-05-09

Ray Katt, baseball player

1927-06-21

Jackie Collum, baseball player

1927-07-01

Ruben Gomez, baseball player

1927-08-07

Art Houtteman, American baseball player (d. 2003)

1927-08-08

Johnny Temple, American baseball player (d. 1994)

1927-09-22

Tom Lasorda [Thomas], Norristown, Pennsylvania, baseball manager (LA Dodgers)

1927-10-18

Marv Rotblatt, Jews and Baseball: An American Love Story

1927-10-31

Roger Kahn, Jews and Baseball: An American Love Story

1927-12-26

Stu Miller, American baseball player

1927-12-29

Jim Simpson, Wash DC, sportscaster (Monday Night Baseball)

1928-01-23

Chico Carrasquel, Venezuelan baseball player (d. 2005)

1928-02-07

Al "Fuzzy" Smith, baseball player

1928-02-20

Elroy Face, baseball pitcher (Pittsburgh Pirates)

1928-05-16

Billy Martin, baseball 2nd baseman/manager (NY Yankees, Oakland A's)

1928-08-06

Herb Moford, American baseball player (d. 2005)

1928-08-12

Bob Buhl, American baseball player (d. 2001)

1928-08-25

Darrell Johnson, American baseball player (d. 2004)

1928-11-13

Steve Bilko, American baseball player (d. 1978)

1929-02-05

Al Worthington, baseball player

1929-02-18

Lou Gorman, Boston Red Sox: 100 Years of Baseball History

1929-04-29

Mickey McDermott, American baseball player (d. 2003)

1929-05-07

Dick Williams, baseball player, manager (including Seattle 1986-87)

1929-07-04

Bill Tuttle, baseball player

1929-07-04

Chuck Tanner, baseball player

1929-07-14

Bob Purkey, Roberto Clemente: A Video Tribute to One of Baseball's Greatest Players and a True Humanitarian

1929-08-07

Don Larsen, American baseball player

1929-10-24

James Brosnan, baseball player/writer (Long Season)

1929-11-04

Jimmy Piersall, baseball player (Red Sox, Senators, Indians)

1929-11-17

Norm Zauchin, baseball player (d. 1999)

1929-12-18

Gino Cimoli, American baseball player

1930-01-30

Sandy Amorós, Cuban baseball player (d. 1992)

1930-02-28

Frank Malzone, baseball player

1930-03-05

Del Crandall, American baseball player

1930-03-08

Bob Grim, American baseball player (d. 1996)

1930-04-03

Wally Moon, American baseball player

1930-06-02

Bob Lillis, baseball player

1930-08-13

Wilmer David Mizell, American baseball player (d. 1999)

1930-08-18

Carl Barger, Lewistown Pa, baseball pres (Pittsburgh Pirates, Fla Marlins)

1930-10-11

Bill Fischer, baseball player

1930-11-23

Jack McKeon, baseball player

1930-11-23

Jack McKeon, Champions of Faith: Baseball Edition

1930-11-24

Bob Friend, baseball player

1930-12-04

Harvey Kuenn, baseball player (AL Rookie of the Year-1953)

1930-12-07

Hal Smith, American baseball player

1930-12-15

Haywood Sullivan, Boston Red Sox: 100 Years of Baseball History

1931-01-17

Don Zimmer, American baseball coach

1931-05-06

Willie Mays, Westfield Alabama, baseball centerfielder (Giants, NY Mets), "Say Hey Kid" (660 HRs, MVP 1954)

1931-05-20

Ken Boyer, American baseball player (d. 1982)

1931-06-02

Larry Jackson, baseball player

1931-07-27

Charles Bronfman, Jews and Baseball: An American Love Story

1931-08-09

Chuck Essegian, American baseball player

1931-08-27

Joe Cunningham, American baseball player

1931-10-13

Eddie Mathews, American baseball player (d. 2001)

1931-10-23

Jim Bunning, Southgate, Kentucky, American baseball player and politician (perfect Game vs Mets 1965)/(Rep. Senator-Ky)

1931-11-09

Whitey Herzog, baseball manager (St Louis Cardinals)

1932-02-09

Tatsuro Hirooka, Japanese baseball player

1932-03-25

Woody (Woodson) Held, baseball player

1932-03-27

Wes Covington, baseball player (Philadelphia Phillies)

1932-03-28

Les Dennis, Major League Baseball: An Inside Look

1932-05-17

Ozzie Virgil, The Republic of Baseball: The Dominican Giants of the American Game

1932-06-27

Eddie Kasko, baseball player

1932-09-30

Johnny Podres, American baseball player (d. 2008)

1932-10-02

Maury Wills, baseball shortstop (LA Dodgers, NL MVP 1962)

1933-03-06

Ted Abernathy, American baseball player (d. 2004)

1933-03-20

George Altman, American baseball player

1933-06-02

Jerry Lumpe, baseball player

1933-06-29

Bob Shaw, baseball player

1933-07-01

Frank Baumann, baseball player

1933-08-01

Masaichi Kaneda, Japanese baseball player

1933-08-10

Rocky Colavito, Bronx, baseball player (Hit 4 HRs in a game)

1933-10-27

Pumpsie Green, Boston Red Sox: 100 Years of Baseball History

1933-11-04

Tito Francona, American baseball player

1933-11-17

Orlando Peña, Cuban baseball player

1934-01-08

Gene Freese, American baseball player, (d. 2013)

1934-01-28

Bill White, Monday Night Baseball

1934-02-05

Henry 'Hank' Aaron, Mobile Alabama, baseball player (record 755 HRs, 1957 NL MVP)

1934-03-08

Marv Breeding, American baseball player (d.2006)

1934-04-01

Rod Kanehl, American baseball player (d. 2004)

1934-04-29

Luis Aparicio, Venezuelan baseball player

1934-05-13

Leon Wagner, baseball player (d. 2004)

1934-06-03

Jim Gentile, baseball player

1934-07-30

Bud Selig, owner (Milwaukee Brewers)/acting baseball commissioner

1934-08-04

Dallas Green, baseball manager (Phillies, Yankees)

1934-08-18

Roberto Clemente, US baseball outfielder (Pittsburgh Pirates)

1934-09-07

Bill Giles, Rochester NY, baseball owner (Philadelphia Phillies)

1934-11-10

Norm Cash, Monday Night Baseball

1934-12-02

Andre Rodgers, baseball player (d. 2004)

1934-12-09

Al Kaline, Baltimore Md, baseball outfielder (Detroit Tigers)

1935-05-22

Ron Piché, Quebec baseball player

1935-07-15

Donn Clendenon, baseball player (d. 2005)

1935-07-15

Mike Shannon, Ron Taylor: Dr. Baseball

1935-07-21

Moe Drabowsky, baseball player (d. 2006)

1935-07-25

Larry Sherry, American baseball player (d. 2006)

1935-08-13

Mudcat Grant, American baseball player

1935-08-27

Ernie Broglio, American baseball player

1935-08-31

Frank Robinson, baseball player/manager (MVP 1961-NL 1966-AL)

1935-10-30

Jim Perry, American baseball player

1935-11-09

Bob Gibson, St. Louis Cardinals: Baseball Heaven

1935-12-13

Joe Christopher, American baseball player

1935-12-13

Lindy McDaniel, American baseball player

1935-12-17

Cal Ripken Sr, baseball manager (Balt Orioles)

1935-12-25

Al Jackson, baseball player

1936-01-06

Rubén Amaro, Sr., Mexican baseball player

1936-05-09

Floyd Robinson, baseball player (White Sox, Reds, A's)

1936-06-03

Jim Gentile, baseball player

1936-06-29

Harmon Killebrew, baseball player (Minnesota Twins)

1936-07-31

Vic Davalillo, Venezuelan baseball player

1936-08-08

Frank Howard, baseball player (NL Rookie of the Year 1960)

1936-08-09

Julián Javier, American baseball player

1936-08-11

Bill Monbouquette, Boston Red Sox: 100 Years of Baseball History

1936-08-28

Don Denkinger, American baseball umpire

1936-09-14

Stan Williams, baseball pitcher (NY Yankees, LA Dodgers)

1936-12-13

J. C. Martin, American baseball player

1937-01-10

Jim O'Toole, Baseball's Golden Age

1937-02-09

Clete Boyer, American baseball player (d. 2007)

1937-04-02

Dick Radatz, Boston Red Sox: 100 Years of Baseball History

1937-05-07

Claude Raymond, Quebec baseball player

1937-05-08

Mike Cuellar, baseball player

1937-05-10

Jim Hickman, baseball player (Mets, Dodgers, Cubs)

1937-06-28

Ron Luciano, American baseball umpire (d. 1995)

1937-07-02

Dick Berardino, baseball player

1937-07-09

Marty Springstead, Nyack, New York, American Major League baseball umpire and umpire supervisor

1937-08-22

Pat Gillick, Ron Taylor: Dr. Baseball

1937-09-02

Peter Ueberroth, organized LA Olympics (1984)/baseball commissioner

1937-09-17

Orlando Cepeda, Puerto Rican Major League Baseball player

1937-10-03

Eli Jacobs, baseball owner (Baltimore Orioles)

1937-10-20

Juan Marichal, Hall of Fame baseball pitcher (SF Giants)

1937-12-13

Ron Taylor, Ron Taylor: Dr. Baseball

1937-9-16

Vince Naimoli, George Steinbrenner for the Economic Divide in Major League Baseball

1938-01-10

Willie McCovey, First Annual All-Star Celebrity Baseball Game

1938-01-18

Curt Flood, American baseball player (d. 1997)

1938-02-07

Juan Pizarro, baseball player

1938-02-18

Manny Mota, baseball outfielder (LA Dodgers)

1938-03-02

Donald Schwall, baseball player (1961 AL rookie of year)

1938-04-04

A Bartlett Giamatti, Boston, pres of Yale/baseball commish (1989)

1938-05-03

Chris Cannizzaro, American baseball player

1938-05-10

Merritt Ranew, baseball player

1938-05-29

Francis Thomas (Fay) Vincent, baseball commissioner

1938-06-02

Gene Michael, baseball shortstop/manager/general manger (NY Yankees)

1938-06-04

Art Mahaffey, baseball player

1938-06-15

Billy Williams, baseball player (Cubs)

1938-06-24

Don Mincher, Huntsville, Alabama, Major League Baseball first baseman, (d. 2012)

1938-07-01

Don Pavletich, baseball player

1938-07-01

Craig Anderson, baseball player

1938-07-12

Ron Fairly, American baseball player

1938-09-15

Gaylord Perry, baseball player (1972 AL Cy Young winner)

1938-11-06

Mack Jones, American baseball player (d. 2004)

1938-11-07

Jim Kaat, American baseball player

1938-11-27

Jose Tartabull, baseball player

1938-12-22

Matty Alou, Dominican baseball player

1939-02-18

Dal Maxvill, American baseball player

1939-03-06

Cookie Rojas, baseball player

1939-04-18

Von McDaniel, baseball player

1939-05-09

Herbert Hippauf, baseball player

1939-05-11

Milt Pappas, baseball pitcher

1939-06-03

Steve Dalkowski, baseball player

1939-06-04

Phil Linz, baseball shortstop (NY Yankees)

1939-06-13

Tom Cheek, American baseball player (d. 2005)

1939-06-18

Lou Brock, one-time baseball stolen base leader (St Louis Cards)

1939-06-18

Lou Brock, Monday Night Baseball

1939-08-09

Claude Osteen, baseball pitcher (Cin Reds)

1939-08-18

Joe Azcue, baseball player

1939-11-24

Jim Northrup, baseball player

1939-11-27

Dave Giusti, American baseball player

1940-02-25

Ron Santo, shortstop (Cubs, 1st baseball player to veto his trade)

1940-04-15

Woodie Fryman, American baseball player

1940-04-18

Ed Garvey, labor leader (Major League Baseball Players Association)

1940-06-02

Horace Clarke, baseball 2nd baseman (NY Yankees)

1940-06-02

Jim Maloney, baseball pitcher

1940-07-01

Jack Acker, baseball pitcher (NY Yankees)

1940-07-03

Cesar Tovar, baseball player

1940-09-15

Frank Linzy, baseball player

1940-10-01

John Schuerholz, Pegulaville/Hurling/Baseball Island

1940-10-18

Hal McCoy, Major League Baseball for keeping Pete Rose out of the Hall of Fame

1940-11-23

Luis Tiant, Cuba, baseball pitcher (Boston Red Sox, NY Yankees)

1940-12-08

Brant Alyea, American baseball player

1941-02-11

John Dowd, Major League Baseball for keeping Pete Rose out of the Hall of Fame

1941-02-23

Ron Hunt, baseball player

1941-02-23

Ron Hunt, First Annual All-Star Celebrity Baseball Game

1941-03-20

Pat Corrales, American baseball player

1941-05-02

Clay Carroll, American baseball player

1941-05-10

Ken Berry, baseball player (White Sox, Angels, Brewers, Indians)

1941-06-05

Duane Duke Sims, baseball player

1941-06-13

Marcel Lachemann, American baseball player

1941-06-28

Al Downing, American baseball player

1941-06-29

John Boccabella, American baseball player

1941-08-06

Ray Culp, American baseball player

1941-08-17

Boog Powell, baseball player (AL MVP 1970)

1941-10-14

Art Shamsky, American baseball player

1941-10-16

Tim McCarver, baseball catcher (Phils, Mets)/sportscaster (ABC, CBS)

1941-11-26

Jeff Torborg, baseball player

1941-12-08

Ed Brinkman, American baseball player

1942-01-14

Dave Campbell, American baseball player

1942-02-08

Fritz Peterson, baseball pitcher (NY Yankees)

1942-02-12

Pat Dobson, American baseball player (d. 2006)

1942-03-08

[Dick] Richie Allen, baseball player (AL MVP 1972)

1942-03-12

Bert Campaneris, baseball player (Oakland A's)

1942-03-12

Jimmy Wynn, American baseball player, 1963-1977

1942-04-16

Jim Lonborg, American baseball player

1942-04-16

Jim Lonborg, Boston Red Sox: 100 Years of Baseball History

1942-04-18

Steve Blass, American professional baseball player

1942-05-14

Tony Perez, baseball player

1942-06-03

Duane Josephson, baseball player

1942-06-15

Bruce DalCanton, baseball player

1942-07-04

Hal Lanier, baseball player

1942-07-17

Don Kessinger, American baseball player

1942-08-04

Cleon Jones, American baseball player

1942-08-09

Tommie Agee, American baseball player (d. 2001)

1942-08-20

Fred Norman, American baseball player

1942-10-13

Bob Bailey, American baseball player

1942-10-18

Willie Horton, baseball slugger (Detroit Tigers)

1942-10-31

Dave McNally, American baseball player (d. 2002)

1942-12-27

Byron Browne, baseball player

1942-9-05

Dave Morehead, Boston Red Sox: 100 Years of Baseball History

1943-01-07

Jim Lefebvre, Hawthorne California, baseball manager (Seattle Mariners)

1943-01-26

César Gutiérrez, Venezuelan baseball player (d. 2005)

1943-01-30

Davy Johnson, baseball manager (NY Mets)

1943-02-08

Bob Oliver, baseball player

1943-03-23

Lee May, former Major League Baseball player

1943-03-24

Jesus Alou, baseball outfielder (SF Giants)

1943-06-20

Andy Etchebarren, baseball catcher (Balt Orioles)

1943-06-27

Rico Petrocelli, American baseball player

1943-06-27

Rico Petrocelli, Boston Red Sox: 100 Years of Baseball History

1943-07-05

Curt Blefary [Curtis Le Roy], Brooklyn, New York, American baseball player (1965 AL rookie of year, The Sporting News Rookie of the Year)

1943-07-09

Mike Andrews, Boston Red Sox: 100 Years of Baseball History

1943-08-02

Tom Burgmeier, American baseball player

1943-10-07

José Cardenal, Cuban baseball player

1943-12-13

Ferguson Jenkins, baseball pitcher (Red Sox)

1944-01-17

Denny Doyle, Boston Red Sox: 100 Years of Baseball History

1944-01-18

Carl Morton, American baseball player (d. 1983)

1944-02-13

Sal Bando, baseball player (Oakland A's)

1944-03-17

Cito Gaston, Ron Taylor: Dr. Baseball

1944-03-24

Denny McLain, baseball pitcher (Detroit Tigers, 31 wins in 1968)

1944-04-01

Rusty Staub, American baseball player

1944-04-07

Bill Stoneman, American baseball player and manager

1944-04-16

Bob Montgomery, Nashville, Tennessee, last Major League Baseball player to bat without a helmet (1979)

1944-05-06

Masanori Murakami, First Japanese baseball player in major leagues

1944-06-08

Mark Belanger, American baseball player (d. 1998)

1944-06-20

Dave Nelson, baseball player

1944-06-30

Ron Swoboda, baseball outfielder/sportscaster (NY Yankees, NY Mets)

1944-07-14

Billy McCool, American baseball player

1944-08-30

Tug McGraw, American baseball player (d. 2004)

1944-10-11

Mike Fiore, American baseball player

1944-10-29

Claude Brochu, Major League Baseball executive (Montreal Expos)

1944-11-07

Joe Niekro, baseball knuckler (NY Yankees)

1945-01-07

Tony Conigliaro, Mass, baseball outfielder (Boston Red Sox)

1945-03-11

Dock Ellis, American baseball player

1945-04-02

Don Sutton, baseball pitcher (LA Dodgers)

1945-07-01

Billy Rohr, Boston Red Sox: 100 Years of Baseball History

1945-08-06

Andy Messersmith, American baseball player

1945-08-21

Jerry DaVanon, baseball player

1945-10-01

Rod Carew, baseball slugger (AL Rookie of Year 1967)

1945-10-15

Jim Palmer, New York City, New York, American baseball player (Baltimore Orioles 1965-1984)

1945-11-03

Ken Holtzman, American baseball pitcher and manager

1945-9-13

Rick Wise, Boston Red Sox: 100 Years of Baseball History

1946-03-15

Bobby Bond, baseball player (Giants, Yankees, etc)

1946-03-27

Bill Sudakis, baseball player

1946-03-31

Gonzalo Márquez, Venezuelan baseball player (d. 1984)

1946-05-18

Reggie Jackson, Wyncote Pennsylvania, "Mr October" baseball rightfielder (Yankees, A's)

1946-05-28

Skip Jutze, American baseball player

1946-06-02

Roger Freed, baseball player

1946-06-15

Ken Henderson, baseball player

1946-08-06

Dusty Rhodes, Australian baseball coach (Olympics-1996)

1946-08-28

Mike Torrez, Boston Red Sox: 100 Years of Baseball History

1946-09-07

Willie Crawford, American baseball player (d. 2004)

1946-10-06

Gary Gentry, baseball player (NY Mets)

1946-10-14

Al Oliver, American baseball player

1946-12-15

Art Howe, American baseball player and manager

1946-12-25

Gene Lamont, American baseball player and manager

1947-01-27

John Lowenstein, HTS: Baltimore Orioles Baseball

1947-02-03

Joe Coleman, baseball pitcher (Washington, Detroit)

1947-03-05

Kent Tekulve, American baseball player

1947-04-04

Ray Fosse, American baseball player and broadcaster

1947-04-17

Tsutomu Wakamatsu, Japanese baseball player

1947-05-14

Dick "Dirt" Tidrow, baseball pitcher (NY Yankees)

1947-06-07

Thurman Munson, baseball catcher/captain (NY Yankees)

1947-06-10

Ken Singleton, Mt Vernon NY, baseball player (Orioles)

1947-07-04

Morganna Roberts, Louisville Ky, (Baseball's kissing bandit)

1947-07-06

Lance Clemons, baseball player

1947-07-14

Steve Stone, Cleveland Ohio, sportscaster (Monday Night Baseball)

1947-07-14

Steve Stone, Monday Night Baseball

1947-08-05

Bernie Carbo, American baseball player

1947-11-07

Yutaka Fukumoto, Japanese professional baseball player

1947-11-12

Ron Bryant, American baseball player

1947-11-13

Gene Garber, American baseball player

1947-11-19

Bob Boone, San Diego, baseball player and manager (Phillies, Angels)

1947-11-22

Sandy Alderson, Baseball's Secret Formula

1947-11-26

Larry Gura, baseball player

1947-11-26

Richie Hebner, baseball player

1947-12-07

Johnny Bench, The Baseball Bunch

1947-12-26

Carlton Fisk, Boston Red Sox: 100 Years of Baseball History

1947-12-28

Aurelio Rodriguez, baseball player

1948-03-04

Tom Grieve, American baseball player

1948-03-04

Leron Lee, American baseball player

1948-03-09

Darrel Chaney, Braves TBS Baseball

1948-03-11

César Gerónimo, Dominican baseball player

1948-04-19

Rick Miller, American baseball player

1948-05-14

Dave LaRoche, baseball pitcher (NY Yankees)

1948-05-23

Reggie Cleveland, baseball player

1948-06-15

Champ Summers, baseball player

1948-06-16

Ron LeFlore, American baseball player

1948-07-04

Ed Armbrister, baseball player

1948-08-02

Dennis Prager, Baseball, Dennis & The French

1948-08-09

Bill Campbell, American baseball player

1948-08-16

Mike Jorgensen, American baseball player

1948-09-18

Ken Brett, American baseball player (d. 2003)

1948-09-30

Craig Kusick, former Major League Baseball Player

1948-10-16

Leo Mazzone, American baseball coach

1948-12-01

George Foster, American baseball player

1948-12-21

Dave Kingman, baseball player (Mets, Yanks, Giants)

1949-01-15

Luis Alvarado, Puerto Rican baseball player (d. 1987)

1949-01-22

Mike Caldwell, American baseball player

1949-02-03

Bake McBride, Centennial: Over 100 Years of Philadelphia Phillies Baseball

1949-02-06

Richie Zisk, baseball player

1949-02-12

Len Randle, baseball player (NY Mets)

1949-03-03

Jesse Jefferson, American baseball player

1949-04-08

Jim Lampley, Hendersonville NC, newscaster (Monday Night Baseball)

1949-04-30

Phil Garner, baseball manager

1949-06-15

Dusty Baker, baseball player (LA Dodgers)

1949-06-28

Don Baylor, Tx, baseball player (Rockies, 1979 AL RBI leader, 267 HBP)

1949-07-21

Al Hrabosky, baseball player

1949-08-22

Doug Bair, baseball player

1949-10-05

Bill James [George William James], Holton Kansas, American baseball writer and statistician

1949-10-11

Bobby Jones, baseball player

1949-10-18

George Hendrick, baseball player

1949-11-22

David Pietrusza, American baseball historian

1949-12-20

Cecil Cooper, American baseball player

1950-01-07

Ross Grimsley, American baseball player

1950-01-13

Bob Forsch, American baseball player

1950-02-07

Burt Hooton, baseball player

1950-02-07

Dan Quisenberry, baseball pitcher (KC Royals)

1950-03-27

Vic Harris, baseball

1950-04-10

Ken Griffey, Sr., American baseball player

1950-05-11

Dane Iorg, baseball player (Philles, Cards)

1950-06-19

Duane Kuiper, MVP Baseball 2005

1950-07-05

Gary Matthews, baseball player (1973 NL rookie of year)

1950-08-15

Tom Kelly, American baseball manager

1950-08-22

Ray Burris, baseball player

1950-09-04

Doyle Alexander, American baseball player

1950-10-09

Brian Downing, former baseball player

1950-10-24

Rawly Eastwick, American baseball player

1950-11-22

Greg Luzinski, baseball player (Phillies, White Sox)

1950-11-22

Lyman Bostock, baseball player

1950-11-26

Jorge Orta, baseball player

1950-12-08

Tim Foli, American baseball player

1950-12-25

Manny Trillo, baseball infielder (Philadelphia Phillies)

1951-01-06

Don Gullett, American baseball player

1951-02-04

Stan Papi, American baseball player

1951-02-07

Benny Ayala, baseball player

1951-02-25

César Cedeño, Dominican baseball player

1951-04-06

Bert Blyleven, Dutch-born baseball player

1951-04-29

Rick Burleson, Boston Red Sox: 100 Years of Baseball History

1951-05-18

Jim Sundberg, American baseball player

1951-06-09

Dave Parker, baseball player (Pittsburgh Pirates, NL MVP 1978)

1951-07-29

Dan Driessen, American baseball player

1951-10-03

Dave Winfield, baseball outfielder (NY Yankees, Blue Jays, Twins)

1951-12-02

Adrian Devine, American baseball pitcher

1951-12-16

Mike Flanagan, HTS: Baltimore Orioles Baseball

1951-12-24

John D'Acquisto, baseball player

1952-01-17

Darrell Porter, American baseball player (d. 2002)

1952-01-21

Mike Krukow, MVP Baseball 2005

1952-02-03

Fred Lynn, Chicago, baseball outfielder (Boston, California, Baltimore)

1952-02-09

Mookie Wilson, American baseball player

1952-02-16

Barry Foote, Major League Baseball player

1952-03-22

Eddie Bane, Baseball's Secret Formula

1952-04-29

Bob McClure, American baseball player

1952-05-15

Rick Waits, baseball pitcher (Rangers, Indians, Twins)

1952-08-08

Doug Melvin, George Steinbrenner for the Economic Divide in Major League Baseball

1952-10-18

Jerry Royster, American baseball player

1952-10-20

Dave Collins, baseball player

1952-11-08

Jerry Remy, American baseball player, color commentator

1952-11-08

John Denny, American baseball player

1952-12-21

Joaquín Andújar, Dominican baseball player

1953-01-06

Bruce Sutter, St. Louis Cardinals: Baseball Heaven

1953-02-07

Dan Quisenberry, baseball player (d. 1998)

1953-03-08

Don Werner, American baseball player

1953-03-23

Bo Diaz, Venezuelan baseball player (d. 1990)

1953-05-09

Ron Jackson, baseball player

1953-06-21

Charlie Moore Jr, baseball player

1953-07-02

Tony Armas, baseball player

1953-07-03

Frank Tanana, baseball pitcher (California Angels)

1953-07-29

Ken Burns [Kenneth Lauren], Brooklyn, New York, American director and documentary film producer (The Civil War, Baseball)

1953-08-16

Nick Leyva, baseball manager (Phillies 1988-91)

1953-09-29

Warren Cromartie, baseball player

1953-10-01

Pete Falcone, American baseball player

1953-11-03

Larry Herndon, baseball player

1953-11-28

Sixto Lezcano, baseball player

1953-12-06

Gary Ward, American baseball player

1953-12-13

Bill Castro, Dominican baseball player

1954-02-10

Larry McWilliams, baseball player

1954-05-19

Rick Cerone, HTS: Baltimore Orioles Baseball

1954-06-25

John Dewan, Baseball's Secret Formula

1954-07-04

Jim Beattie, baseball pitcher (NY Yankees)

1954-07-06

Willie Randolph, Charley's Baseball

1954-08-14

Mark Fidrych, American baseball player

1954-10-13

George Frazier, American baseball player

1954-11-23

Ken Schrom, baseball player

1954-11-23

Glenn Brummer, American baseball player

1955-02-01

Ernie Camacho, baseball player

1955-02-05

Mike Heath, baseball player

1955-02-07

Charlie Puleo, baseball player

1955-02-12

Chet Lemon, American baseball player

1955-03-25

Lee Mazzilli, American baseball player

1955-04-16

Bruce Bochy, American baseball player and manager

1955-04-26

Mike Scott, American baseball player

1955-05-17

Barry M. Grey, Play Ball!: The Authentic Little League Baseball Guide to Fielding

1955-07-03

Matt Keough, baseball player (Oakland A's, NY Yankees)

1955-07-07

Len Barker, American baseball player

1955-07-09

Willie Wilson, American baseball player

1955-08-19

Ned Yost, American baseball player and manager

1955-09-22

Jeffrey Leonard, Major League baseball player

1955-11-22

Wayne Tolleson, baseball player

1955-11-26

Bob Walk, baseball player

1955-11-26

Jay Howell, baseball pitcher (NY Yankees, Oakland A's)

1955-12-22

Lonnie Smith, American baseball player

1956-04-04

Tom Herr, American baseball player

1956-05-04

Ken Oberkfell, American baseball player

1956-05-09

Michael Kostel, Major League Baseball: An Inside Look

1956-05-23

Buck Showalter, American baseball player and manager

1956-06-04

Terry Kennedy, baseball player

1956-06-15

Lance Parrish, baseball player

1956-06-15

Lance Parrish, Baseball Blues

1956-06-29

Pedro Guerrero, baseball player

1956-07-01

Bill Caudill, baseball player

1956-07-01

Brian Sabean, George Steinbrenner for the Economic Divide in Major League Baseball

1956-07-12

Mario Soto, Dominican baseball player

1956-07-15

Jill Lieber, Major League Baseball for keeping Pete Rose out of the Hall of Fame

1956-07-18

Razor Shines, American baseball player, manager and coach

1956-09-17

Thad Bosley. American major league baseball player

1956-10-08

Jeff Lahti, American baseball player

1956-10-22

Frank DiPino, American baseball player

1956-12-13

Dale Berra, baseball infeilder (Pittsburgh Pirates, NY Yankees)

1956-12-19

Tom Lawless, American baseball player

1957-02-07

Carney Lansford, baseball player

1957-02-07

Damaso Garcia, baseball player

1957-03-08

Bob Stoddard, American baseball player

1957-03-13

Steve Lake, American baseball player

1957-05-09

John Stuper, baseball pitcher (St Louis Cardinals)

1957-05-17

Pascual Pérez, Dominican baseball player, (d. 2012)

1957-06-08

Don Robinson, American baseball player

1957-07-03

Danny Heep, baseball player

1957-07-30

Clint Hurdle, American baseball player and manager

1957-07-31

Leon Durham, American baseball player

1957-08-01

Glen Gorbous, Canada, longest throw of a regulation baseball (445'10")

1957-08-06

Bob Horner, American baseball player

1957-09-14

Jerry Don Gleaton, baseball player

1957-09-27

Richard Vagg, Australian baseball infielder (Olympics-1996)

1957-10-24

Ron Gardenhire, German-born American baseball manager

1957-11-25

Chico Walker, baseball player

1957-12-21

Tom Henke, American baseball player

1958-01-24

Neil Allen, American baseball player

1958-02-06

Bill Dawley, baseball player

1958-03-08

Nick Capra, American baseball player

1958-03-11

Tommy Gioiosa, Major League Baseball for keeping Pete Rose out of the Hall of Fame

1958-03-24

Bruce Hurst, Boston Red Sox: 100 Years of Baseball History

1958-04-10

Ken Griffy, baseball player (Cin Reds, NY Yanks)

1958-04-29

Gary Cohen, Baseball broadcaster

1958-05-11

Walt Terrell, baseball player

1958-06-20

Dickie Thon, baseball player

1958-10-28

Tom Myers, Baseball and Glory

1958-11-02

Willie McGee, St. Louis Cardinals: Baseball Heaven

1958-11-27

Mike Scioscia, baseball player (LA Dodgers)

1958-11-28

Dave Righetti, San Jose California, baseball pitcher (Yankees, Giants)

1959-01-09

Otis Nixon, US baseball outfielder (Boston Red Sox, Texas Rangers)

1959-02-15

Joe Hesketh, US baseball player (Boston Red Sox)

1959-02-20

Bill Gullickson, US baseball pitcher (Detroit Tigers)

1959-04-02

Adrian Meagher, Australian baseball pitching coach (Olympics-1996)

1959-08-13

Tom Niedenfuer, American baseball player

1959-09-16

Tim Raines, Sanford Florida, American baseball player (Montreal Expos)

1959-09-26

Rich Gedman, American baseball player

1959-10-06

[Dennis Ray] "Oil Can" Boyd, baseball pitcher (Boston Red Sox)

1959-10-21

George Bell, Ron Taylor: Dr. Baseball

1959-10-29

Morris Eckhouse, Baseball Parks

1959-11-23

Brook Jacoby, baseball player

1959-11-26

Mike Moore, baseball player

1959-9-04

Marco Lagana, This Week in Baseball

1959-9-26

Rich Gedman, Boston Red Sox: 100 Years of Baseball History

1960-01-12

Rob Derksen, Australian baseball head coach (Olympics-1996)

1960-03-03

Neal Heaton, American baseball player

1960-03-07

Joe Carter, Ron Taylor: Dr. Baseball

1960-04-28

John Cerutti, American baseball player and announcer (d. 2004)

1960-05-21

Kent Hrbek, American baseball player

1960-05-26

Rob Murphy, American baseball player

1960-06-03

Barry Lyons, baseball player

1960-06-03

Jack Daugherty, baseball player

1960-06-03

Steve Lyons, baseball player

1960-07-01

Mike Fitzgerald, baseball player

1960-07-03

Jack Daugherty, baseball player

1960-07-16

Terry Pendleton, Comic Relief: Baseball Relief '93

1960-08-19

Ron Darling, Hawaii, baseball pitcher (NY Mets)

1960-10-04

Joe Boever, American baseball player

1960-10-11

Curt Ford, baseball player

1960-10-27

Tom Nieto, American baseball player

1960-11-26

Harold Reynolds, baseball player

1960-11-28

Ken Howell, baseball player

1960-11-29

Howard Johnson, Clearwater Florida, American baseball player (New York mets)

1960-12-04

David Green, American baseball player

1960-12-21

Andy Van Slyke, baseball player

1961-01-29

Mike Aldrete, US baseball infielder (Oakland Athletics, NY Yankees)

1961-02-09

John Kruk, US baseball 1st baseman (Philadelphia Phillies)

1961-04-19

Spike Owen, Boston Red Sox: 100 Years of Baseball History

1961-05-23

Kevin Romine, baseball player

1961-06-20

Gary Varsho, baseball player

1961-09-22

Vince Coleman, American baseball player

1961-10-19

Tim Belcher, Sparta Ohio, baseball pitcher (Detroit Tigers, KC Royals)

1961-10-30

Scott Garrelts, American baseball player

1961-11-27

Randy Milligan, baseball player

1961-12-14

Jeff Robinson, baseball player (Det, Balt)

1961-12-25

Storm Davis, baseball player

1962-01-03

Darren Daulton, US baseball catcher (Philadelphia Phillies)

1962-01-03

Mark Gardner, US baseball player (Florida Marlins)

1962-01-05

Danny Jackson, US baseball pitcher (Royals/Phillies/Cardinals)

1962-01-10

Jim Lindeman, US baseball outfielder (NY Mets)

1962-01-13

Kevin Mitchell, US baseball outfielder (NY Met, SF Giants, Cin Reds)

1962-02-02

Paul Kilgus, baseball player

1962-02-03

Joe Handle, US baseball pitcher (Florida Marlins)

1962-02-19

Alvaro Espinoza, Venezuela, baseball shortstop (NY Yanks, NY Mets)

1962-02-26

Kelly Gruber, Ron Taylor: Dr. Baseball

1962-03-12

Darryl Strawberry, Los Angeles California, baseball right fielder (Mets, Dodgers, Yankees)

1962-03-19

Ivan Calderón, Puerto Rican baseball player (d. 2003)

1962-04-13

Dave Miley, former baseball player and manager

1962-04-21

Les Lancaster, American baseball player

1962-05-10

Joey Meyer, baseball player

1962-05-29

Eric Davis, Major League Baseball for keeping Pete Rose out of the Hall of Fame

1962-06-02

Darnell Coles, baseball player

1962-06-16

Wally Joyner, American baseball player

1962-06-30

Tony Fernández, Dominican baseball player

1962-10-06

Rich Yett, baseball player

1962-11-08

Ron Johnson, Australian baseball hitting coach (Olympics-1996)

1962-11-30

Bo Jackson, baseball/football player (KC Royals, LA Raiders)

1963-01-02

David Cone, KC Mo, baseball pitcher (NY Mets/Tor Blue Jays/NY Yankees)

1963-01-02

Edgar Martinez, NYC, baseball 1st baseman (Seattle Mariners)

1963-01-07

Craig Shipley, Australian/US baseball infielder (San Diego Padres)

1963-01-13

Kevin McClatchy, George Steinbrenner for the Economic Divide in Major League Baseball

1963-01-22

Jeff Treadway, US baseball infielder (LA Dodgers)

1963-02-11

Todd Benzinger, US baseball player (SF Giants)

1963-02-24

Matias Carrillo, Mexican/US baseball outfielder (Florida Marlins)

1963-03-02

Richard Rossi, Baseball's Last Hero: 21 Clemente Stories

1963-03-18

Aya Takanashi, Mr. Baseball

1963-04-03

Chris Bosio, baseball pitcher (Seattle Mariners)

1963-05-18

Steve Phillips, Major League Baseball 2K11

1963-06-02

Brian Harvey, baseball umpire (NL)

1963-06-21

Jeff Musselman, baseball player

1963-07-03

Don August, baseball player

1963-07-04

Jose Oquendo, baseball player

1963-11-23

Dale Sveum, baseball player

1963-9-21

Cecil Fielder, This Week in Baseball 1990

1964-01-17

Jeff Tabaka, US baseball pitcher (San Diego Padres)

1964-01-29

John Habyan, US baseball pitcher (St Louis Cardinals)

1964-03-08

Lance McCullers, American baseball player

1964-04-11

Bret Saberhagen, American baseball player

1964-05-11

Floyd Youmans, baseball pitcher (Expos)

1964-05-11

Jeff Sellers, baseball pitcher (Red Sox)

1964-05-20

Jeff Schwarz, US baseball pitcher (California Angels, Chicago White Sox)

1964-05-26

Kevin Kennedy, baseball manager (Texas Rangers)

1964-06-04

Steve Searcy, baseball player

1964-07-01

Mike Twardoski, baseball player

1964-07-02

Joe Magrane, baseball player

1964-07-02

Ozzie Canseco, Cuban-born American baseball player

1964-07-21

Hikari Takano, Mr. Baseball

1964-09-10

Peter Vogler, Australian baseball outfielder (Olympics-1996)

1964-11-23

Jose Gonzales, baseball player

1964-12-09

Erik J. Bonowicz, Baseball and Glory

1965-01-01

Mark Dewey, US baseball player (Pittsburgh Pirates)

1965-01-04

Kevin Wickander, US baseball pitcher (Cincinnati Reds)

1965-01-06

Jose Dejesus, US baseball pitcher (Kansas City Royals)

1965-01-20

Brad Brink, US baseball pitcher (SF Giants, Philadelphia Phillies)

1965-01-26

Lou Frazier, US baseball outfielder (Montreal Expos)

1965-02-12

Ruben Amaro, US baseball outfielder (Cleveland Indians)

1965-02-17

Jim Bowie, Japanese/US baseball infielder (Oakland Athletics)

1965-03-02

Ron Gant, Victoria Texas, American baseball outfielder (Atlanta Braves, St Louis Cardinals)

1965-03-02

Ron Gant, Braves TBS Baseball

1965-03-07

Jack Armstrong, American baseball player

1965-03-12

Shawn Gilbert, American baseball player

1965-03-18

Geronimo Berroa, America's Next Top Baseball Player

1965-04-05

Cris Carpenter, American baseball player

1965-05-02

Felix Jose, America's Next Top Baseball Player

1965-05-10

Mike Butcher, baseball player

1965-06-04

Beau Allred, baseball player

1965-08-03

Tomoko Fujita, Mr. Baseball

1965-09-14

Troy Neel, baseball player

1965-12-09

Joe Ausanio, American baseball player

1965-12-14

Craig Biggio, Champions of Faith: Baseball Edition

1965-12-19

Chito Martínez, Belizean baseball player

1966-01-16

Todd A. Provence, Mr. Baseball

1966-01-19

Anthony Young, US baseball pitcher (NY Met, Chicago Cubs)

1966-01-21

Chris Hammond, US baseball pitcher (Florida Marlins)

1966-01-25

Richie Lewis, US baseball pitcher (Florida Marlins)

1966-02-01

Eddie Zambrano, Venezuelan/US baseball outfielder (Chicago Cubs)

1966-02-15

Melido Perez, Dominican/US baseball pitcher (NY Yankees)

1966-02-20

Derek Lilliquist, US baseball pitcher (Cleveland Indians, Atl Braves)

1966-02-21

Chris Donnels, US baseball infielder (Houston Astros)

1966-02-24

Rene Arocha, Cubans/US baseball pitcher (St Louis Cardinals)

1966-02-27

Chris Howard, US baseball catcher (Seattle Mariners)

1966-02-27

Pete Smith, US baseball player (Atlanta Braves, NY Mets)

1966-03-25

Tom Glavine, Champions of Faith: Baseball Edition

1966-04-14

David Justice, Cincinnati Ohio, baseball player (Atlanta Braves)

1966-06-18

Sandy Alomar Jr., Champions of Faith: Baseball Edition

1966-08-02

Tim Wakefield [Timothy Stephen], Melbourne, Florida, American baseball pitcher (Boston Red Sox-1995 AL Comeback Player of the Year)

1966-08-08

John Hudek, American baseball player

1967-01-05

Chris Nabholz, US baseball pitcher (Boston Red Sox)

1967-01-26

Jeff Branson, US baseball infielder (Cincinnati Reds)

1967-02-09

Todd Pratt, US baseball catcher (Philadelphia Phillies)

1967-02-11

John Patterson, US baseball infielder (SF Giants)

1967-02-13

Eddie Pye, US baseball infielder (LA Dodgers)

1967-02-18

Matt Turner, US baseball pitcher (Florida Marlins)

1967-02-20

Kurt Knudsen, US baseball pitcher (Detroit Tigers)

1967-02-25

Rich Rowland, US baseball catcher (Detroit Tigers)

1967-02-26

Scott Service, US baseball pitcher (Cincinnati Reds)

1967-03-08

Joel Johnston, American baseball player

1967-04-17

Marquis Grissom, American baseball player

1967-06-04

Simon Sheldon-Collins, Australian baseball pitcher (Olympics-1996)

1967-07-03

Brian Cashman, American major league baseball executive

1967-07-04

Rick Wilkins, baseball player

1967-07-25

Ed Sprague, Baseball Myths

1967-10-14

Pat Kelly, American baseball player

1967-11-21

Tripp Cromer, American baseball player

1967-11-24

Cal Eldred, baseball player

1968-01-08

Paul Carey, US baseball infielder (Baltimore Orioles)

1968-01-11

Ben Rivera, Dominican/US baseball pitcher (Philadelphia Phillies)

1968-01-24

Ross Powell, US baseball pitcher (Cincinnati Reds, Houston Astros)

1968-01-27

Eric Wedge, US baseball catcher (Boston Red Sox)

1968-01-29

Kevin Roberson, US baseball outfielder (Chicago Cubs)

1968-01-31

Steve Phoenix, US baseball pitcher (Oakland Athletics)

1968-02-10

Ryan Bowen, US baseball pitcher (Florida Marlins)

1968-02-13

Matt Mieske, US baseball outfielder (Milwaukee Brewers)

1968-02-25

David Hulse, US baseball outfielder (Texas Rangers)

1968-02-28

J T Snow, US baseball 1st baseman (NY Yankees, California Angels)

1968-03-04

Giovanni Carrara, Venezuelan baseball player

1968-03-08

Jim Dougherty, American baseball player

1968-11-12

Sammy Sosa, San Pedro de Macorís, Dominican Republic, baseball outfielder (Chicago Cubs)

1969-01-07

Chris Hatcher, US baseball outfielder (Houston Astros)

1969-01-09

Domingo Jean, Dominican/US baseball pitcher (Houston Astros)

1969-01-13

Kevin Foster, US baseball pitcher (Chicago Cubs)

1969-01-22

Keith Gordon, US baseball outfielder (Cincinnati Reds)

1969-02-01

John Moore, Australian baseball catcher (Olympics-1996)

1969-02-03

Terry Bradshaw, US baseball outfielder (St Louis Cardinals)

1969-02-04

Brad Cornett, US baseball pitcher (Toronto Blue Jays)

1969-02-06

Kurt Abbott, US baseball player (Florida Marlins)

1969-02-10

Tim Clark, US baseball outfielder (Florida Marlins)

1969-02-11

Bryan Eversgerd, US baseball pitcher (St Louis Cardinals)

1969-02-11

Kevin King, US baseball pitcher (Seattle Mariners)

1969-02-16

Tim Costo, US baseball infielder (Cincinnati Reds)

1969-02-26

Brandon Wilson, US baseball infielder (Chicago White Sox)

1969-02-27

Willie Banks, US baseball pitcher (Chicago Cubs)

1969-05-15

Hideki Irabu, Japanese baseball player

1969-05-23

Ramon Caraballo, baseball player

1969-08-19

Kazuyoshi Tatsunami, Japanese baseball player

1969-09-11

Eduardo Perez, American baseball player

1969-11-21

Ken Griffey, Jr., Donora, Pennsylvania, American baseball center fielder (Seattle Mariners, MVP 1997)

1969-11-26

Sam Militello, baseball player

1969-12-22

Andrew Scott, Australian baseball infielder (Olympics-1996)

1970-01-12

Nigel Wilson, Canadian/US baseball outfielder (Florida Marlins)

1970-01-26

Dan Carlson, US baseball pitcher (SF Giants)

1970-02-04

John Frascatore, US baseball pitcher (St Louis Cardinals)

1970-02-10

Alberto Castillo, Dominican/US baseball catcher (NY Mets)

1970-02-13

Kevin Stocker, US baseball infielder (Philadelphia Phillies)

1970-02-14

Kelly Stinnett, US baseball catcher (NY Mets)

1970-02-18

Tyler Green, US baseball pitcher (Philadelphia Phillies)

1970-02-21

Javier De La Hoya, Mexican/US baseball pitcher (Florida Marlins)

1970-03-01

Stuart Thompson, Australian baseball infielder (Olympics-1996)

1970-04-18

Rico Brogna, American baseball player

1970-05-05

Juan Acevedo, baseball player

1970-06-02

Mike Kelly, baseball player

1970-06-03

Carl Everett, baseball player

1970-06-27

Jim Edmonds, American baseball player

1970-08-12

Jim Schlossnagle, baseball coach

1970-10-04

Steven Church, Baseball Bunch

1970-10-12

Tanyon Sturtze, American baseball player

1970-11-05

Javy López, baseball player

1971-01-04

Carlos Perez, Dominican/US baseball pitcher (Montreal Expos)

1971-01-17

Tyler Houston, US baseball catcher (Atlanta Braves)

1971-01-19

Jeff Juden, Salem MA, baseball pitcher (Philadelphia Phillies, SF Giants)

1971-01-20

Brian Giles, American baseball player

1971-01-24

Cory Bailey, US baseball pitcher (Boston Red Sox)

1971-01-25

Kerry Taylor, US baseball pitcher (San Diego Padres)

1971-02-09

Ken Felder, US baseball outfielder (Milwaukee Brewers)

1971-02-12

Shane Tonkin, Australian baseball pitcher (Olympics-1996)

1971-02-13

Todd Williams, US baseball pitcher (LA Dodgers)

1971-02-21

Jeff Schmidt, US baseball pitcher (California Angels)

1971-03-17

Bill Mueller, American baseball player

1971-04-06

Lou Merloni, American baseball player

1971-05-04

Joe Borowski, American baseball player

1971-06-03

Aaron Ledesma, baseball player

1971-06-15

Stuart Howell, Australian baseball pitcher (Olympics-1996)

1971-06-16

Chris Gomez, American baseball player

1971-06-28

Ron Mahay, American baseball player

1971-07-01

Jamie Walker, American baseball player

1971-07-04

Brendan Donnelly, American baseball player

1971-08-08

Steve Hinton, Australian baseball infielder (Olympics-1996)

1971-08-17

Jorge Posada, Puerto Rican baseball player

1971-08-29

Henry Blanco, Venezuelan baseball player

1971-09-17

David Hynes, Australian baseball outfielder (Olympics-1996)

1971-10-03

Wil Cordero, baseball player

1971-10-12

Tony Fiore, American baseball player

1971-11-27

Ivan Rodriguez, Champions of Faith: Baseball Edition

1971-12-06

José Contreras, Cuban baseball player

1971-12-28

Benny Agbayani, American baseball player

1972-01-02

Jeff Jackson, US baseball outfielder (Philadelphia Phillies)

1972-01-09

Jay Powell, baseball player

1972-03-24

Steve Karsay, American baseball player

1972-04-12

Paul Lo Duca, American baseball player

1972-04-17

Gary Bennett, American baseball player

1972-05-31

Dave Roberts, American baseball player

1972-06-06

Jeff Williams, Australian baseball pitcher (Olympics-1996)

1972-06-12

Scott Dawes, Australian baseball catcher (Olympics-1996)

1972-06-20

Paul Bako, American baseball player

1972-07-06

Greg Norton, American baseball player

1972-08-23

Raul Casanova, Puerto Rican baseball player

1972-08-28

Jay Witasick, American baseball player

1972-10-17

Joe McEwing, American baseball player

1972-11-06

Deivi Cruz, American baseball player

1972-11-22

Jay Payton, American baseball player

1972-12-05

Mike Mahoney, American baseball player

1972-12-14

Marcus Jensen, American baseball player

1972-12-16

Charles Gipson, American baseball player

1972-12-21

Latroy Hawkins, American baseball player

1972-12-21

Dustin Hermanson, American baseball player

1973-01-09

Aaron Holbert, US baseball infielder (St Louis Cardinals)

1973-03-05

Ryan Franklin, American baseball player

1973-03-08

Justin Thompson, American baseball player

1973-04-07

Brett Tomko, American baseball player

1973-06-01

Derek Lowe, American baseball player

1973-06-10

Pokey Reese, American baseball player

1973-06-19

Yasuhiko Yabuta, Japanese baseball player

1973-07-07

Matt Mantei, American baseball player

1973-07-22

Mike Sweeney, American baseball player

1973-07-22

Mike Sweeney, Champions of Faith: Baseball Edition

1973-07-23

Nomar Garciaparra, American baseball player

1973-07-23

Nomar Garciaparra, Boston Red Sox: 100 Years of Baseball History

1973-08-07

Danny Graves, American baseball player

1973-08-10

Mark Doubleday, Australian baseball infielder (Olympics-1996)

1973-08-16

Damian Jackson, American baseball player

1973-08-20

Todd Helton, American baseball player

1973-08-21

Ben Mann, Australian baseball pitcher (Olympics-1996)

1973-08-23

Casey Blake, American baseball player

1973-09-09

Kazuhisa Ishii, Japanese baseball player

1973-09-23

Grant McDonald, Australian baseball outfielder (Olympics-1996)

1973-10-01

John Thomson, American baseball player

1973-10-22

Ichiro Suzuki, Japanese baseball player

1973-10-24

Mike Matthews, American baseball player

1973-10-31

Tim Byrdak, American baseball player

1973-10-31

David Dellucci, American baseball player

1973-11-05

Johnny Damon, Ft. Riley Kansas, baseball outfielder (Kansas City Royals)

1973-11-09

Fred Lindberg, Australian baseball pitcher (Olympics-1996)

1973-11-17

Eli Marrero, American baseball player

1973-12-03

Andrew McNally, Australian baseball pitcher (Olympics-1996)

1973-12-03

Brian Loyd, Lynwood CA, baseball catcher (Olympics-bronze-96)

1973-12-18

Jason Williams, Gonzales LA, baseball infielder (Olympics-bronze-96)

1973-12-29

Theo Epstein, American baseball general manager

1974-01-11

Warren Morris, Alexandria LA, baseball infielder (Olympics-bronze-96)

1974-01-15

Ray King, American baseball player

1974-01-17

Guillermo Mercedes, Dominican/US baseball infielder (Texas Rangers)

1974-01-23

Yosvani Pérez, Cuban baseball player

1974-01-28

Jermaine Dye, American baseball player

1974-01-28

Magglio Ordóñez, Venezuelan baseball player

1974-01-31

Ariel Pestano, Cuban baseball player

1974-02-18

Jamey Carroll, American baseball player

1974-02-24

Mike Lowell, Puerto Rican baseball player

1974-03-04

Tommy Phelps, American baseball player

1974-03-08

Mike Moriarty, American baseball player

1974-03-15

Robert Fick, American baseball player

1974-04-11

Trot Nixon, American baseball player

1974-05-04

Miguel Cairo, Venezuelan baseball player

1974-05-15

A J Hinch, Wavely IA, baseball catcher (Olympics-bronze-96)

1974-05-17

Wiki González, Venezuelan baseball player

1974-05-18

Nelson Figueroa, American baseball player

1974-05-24

Masahide Kobayashi, Japanese baseball player

1974-06-05

Russ Ortiz, American baseball player

1974-06-09

Randy Winn, American baseball player

1974-06-12

Hideki Matsui, Japanese baseball player

1974-06-15

Scott Tunkin, Australian baseball infielder (Olympics-1996)

1974-06-19

Doug Mientkiewicz, American baseball player

1974-07-02

Sean Casey, American baseball player

1974-07-02

Sean Casey, Champions of Faith: Baseball Edition

1974-07-07

Steven Essani, Baseball's Last Hero: 21 Clemente Stories

1974-07-19

Preston Wilson, baseball player

1974-07-20

Bengie Molina, Puerto Rican baseball player

1974-07-21

Geoff Jenkins, American baseball player

1974-08-13

Jarrod Washburn, American baseball player

1974-08-27

José Vidro, Puerto Rican baseball player

1974-09-17

Jason Hewitt, Australian baseball infielder (Olympics-1996)

1974-09-30

Jeremy Giambi, American baseball player

1974-10-17

John Rocker, American baseball player

1974-10-25

Lee Byung-Kyu, Korean baseball player

1974-10-28

Braden Looper, Weatherford OK, baseball pitcher (Olympics-bronze-96)

1974-10-29

R A Dickey, Nashville Tenn, baseball pitcher (Olympics-bronze-96)

1974-11-02

Orlando Cabrera, Colombian baseball player

1974-11-07

Kris Benson, Konnesaw TX, baseball pitcher (Olympics-bronze-96)

1974-11-22

Joe Nathan, American baseball player

1974-12-04

Tadahito Iguchi, Japanese baseball player

1974-12-14

Billy Koch, Garden City NY, baseball pitcher (Olympics-bronze-96)

1974-12-20

Augie Ojeda, Los Angeles California, baseball infielder (Olympics-bronze-96)

1974-12-29

Richie Sexson, American baseball player

1975-01-09

Kiko Calero, Puerto Rican baseball player

1975-01-20

David Eckstein, American baseball player

1975-01-28

Junior Spivey, American baseball player

1975-02-06

Chad Allen, Dallas Tx, baseball outfielder (Olympics-bronze-96)

1975-02-10

Hiroki Kuroda, Japanese born baseball player

1975-02-20

Liván Hernández, Cuban baseball player

1975-04-03

Yoshinobu Takahashi, Japanese professional baseball player

1975-04-03

Koji Uehara, Japanese professional baseball pitcher

1975-04-07

Ronnie Belliard, American baseball player

1975-04-25

Jacque Jones, San Diego CA, baseball outfielder (Olympics-bronze-96)

1975-04-25

Jacque Jones, Greatest Baseball Bloopers

1975-04-27

Chris Carpenter, American baseball player

1975-04-29

Rafael Betancourt, Venezuelan baseball player

1975-05-02

Mark Johnson, Dayton Ohio, baseball pitcher (Olympics-bronze-96)

1975-05-26

Travis Lee, San Diego CA, baseball 1st baseman (Olympics-bronze-96)

1975-06-03

Jose Molina, Puerto Rican baseball player

1975-06-27

Daryle Ward, American baseball player

1975-06-28

Chad Green, Dunkirk NY, baseball outfielder (Olympics-bronze-96)

1975-07-12

Jeff Glor, Pegulaville/Hurling/Baseball Island

1975-07-14

Tim Hudson, American baseball player

1975-07-18

Torii Hunter, baseball player

1975-07-27

Shea Hillenbrand, American baseball player

1975-07-29

Seth Greisinger, Kansas City KS, baseball pitcher (Olympics-bronze-96)

1975-07-31

Randy Flores, American baseball player

1975-07-31

Mike Lincoln, American baseball player

1975-08-04

Kaipo Spenser, Wailuku HI, baseball pitcher (Olympics-bronze-96)

1975-08-06

Victor Zambrano, Venezuelan baseball player

1975-08-09

Mike Lamb, American baseball player

1975-08-26

Morgan Ensberg, American baseball player

1975-09-05

Rod Barajas, American baseball player

1975-09-06

Derrek Lee, American baseball player

1975-09-16

Kip Harkrider, Carthage TX, baseball infielder (Olympics-bronze-96)

1975-09-21

Doug Davis, American baseball player

1975-09-30

Carlos Guillén, Venezuelan baseball player

1975-10-18

Alex Cora, Puerto Rican baseball player

1975-10-21

Toby Hall, American baseball player

1975-11-18

Shawn Camp, American baseball player

1975-11-20

J. D. Drew, American baseball player

1975-12-02

Mark Kotsay, Whittier CA, baseball outfielder (Olympics-bronze-96)

1975-12-13

Matt LeCroy, Anderson SC, baseball catcher (Olympics-bronze-96)

1975-12-25

Hideki Okajima, Japanese baseball player

1975-12-29

Jaret Wright, American baseball player

1976-01-04

Ted Lilly, American baseball player

1976-01-07

Éric Gagné, Canadian baseball player

1976-01-07

Alfonso Soriano, Dominican baseball player

1976-01-08

Carl Pavano, American baseball player

1976-01-10

Adam Kennedy, American baseball player

1976-01-23

Brandon Duckworth, American baseball player

1976-02-08

Jim Parque, Norwalk California, baseball pitcher (Olympics-bronze-96)

1976-02-08

Adam Piatt, American baseball player

1976-02-09

Vladimir Guerrero, Dominican baseball player

1976-02-10

Lance Berkman, American baseball player

1976-02-12

Anna Benson, Baseball Wives

1976-02-16

Eric Byrnes, American baseball player

1976-02-17

Scott Williamson, American baseball player

1976-02-23

Scott Elarton, American baseball player

1976-02-29

Terrence Long, American baseball player

1976-03-04

Hiram Bocachica, Puerto Rican baseball player

1976-03-05

Paul Konerko, American baseball player

1976-03-08

Juan Encarnacion, American baseball player

1976-03-16

Abraham Núñez, Dominican baseball player

1976-03-17

Scott Downs, American baseball player

1976-03-18

Tomokazu Ohka, Japanese baseball player

1976-03-18

Scott Podsednik, American baseball player

1976-03-23

Joel Peralta, Dominican baseball player

1976-04-05

Ryan Drese, SF California, baseball pitcher (Olympics-bronze-96)

1976-04-05

Ross Gload, American baseball player

1976-04-14

Kyle Farnsworth, American baseball player

1976-05-04

Ben Grieve, American baseball player

1976-05-04

Jason Michaels, American baseball player

1976-05-14

Brian Lawrence, American baseball player

1976-05-15

Eric DuBose, Bradenton Fl, baseball pitcher (Olympics-bronze-96)

1976-05-17

José Guillén, Dominican baseball player

1976-05-20

Ramón Hernández, Venezuelan baseball player

1976-05-20

Tomoya Satozaki, Japanese baseball player

1976-05-29

Jerry Hairston Jr., American baseball player

1976-06-08

Kenji Johjima, Japanese baseball player

1976-06-10

Freddy García, American baseball player

1976-06-20

Carlos Lee, Panamanian baseball player

1976-06-20

Rob Mackowiak, American baseball player

1976-06-27

Johnny Estrada, American baseball player

1976-07-24

Nate Bump, American baseball player

1976-07-25

Javier Vázquez, Puerto Rican baseball player

1976-08-01

Kevin Joseph, American baseball player

1976-08-03

Troy Glaus, Tarzana CA, baseball infielder (Olympics-bronze-96)

1976-08-08

Seung-Yeop Lee, Korean baseball player

1976-08-11

Bubba Crosby, American baseball player

1976-08-22

Jim Weaver, Northridge California, baseball pitcher (Olympics-bronze-96)

1976-08-30

Mike Koplove, American baseball player

1976-09-06

Michael Nakamura, Australian baseball pitcher (Olympics-1996)

1976-09-15

Matt Thornton, American baseball player

1976-09-27

Jason Phillips, American baseball player

1976-10-10

Pat Burrell, American baseball player

1976-10-14

Henry Mateo, Dominican baseball player

1976-10-19

Michael Young, baseball player

1976-11-02

Sidney Ponson, Aruban baseball player

1976-11-11

Jason Grilli, American baseball player

1976-11-26

Brian Schneider, American baseball player

1976-12-02

Eddy Garabito, professional baseball player

1976-12-03

Gary Glover, American baseball player

1976-12-08

Reed Johnson, American baseball player

1976-12-09

Chris Booker, American baseball player

1976-12-13

Josh Fogg, American baseball player

1976-12-15

Aaron Miles, American baseball player

1976-12-20

Aubrey Huff, American baseball player

1976-12-22

Jason Lane, American Baseball Player

1976-12-23

Brad Lidge, American baseball player

1976-12-30

A.J. Pierzynski, American baseball player

1977-01-02

Scott Proctor, American baseball player

1977-01-03

A.J. Burnett, American baseball player

1977-01-12

Yoandy Garlobo, Cuban baseball player

1977-01-28

Lyle Overbay, American baseball player

1977-02-05

Adam Everett, American baseball player

1977-02-21

Chad Hutchinson, baseball and football player

1977-02-24

Bronson Arroyo, American baseball player

1977-02-26

Josh Towers, Major League Baseball player

1977-03-02

Jay Gibbons, American baseball player

1977-03-05

Mike MacDougal, American baseball player

1977-03-06

Marcus Thames, American baseball player

1977-03-18

Terrmel Sledge, American baseball player

1977-03-18

Fernando Rodney, Dominican baseball player

1977-04-06

Andy Phillips, American Baseball Player

1977-04-19

Joe Beimel, American baseball player

1977-04-19

Dennys Reyes, Mexican baseball player

1977-04-23

Andruw Jones, Curaçaoan baseball player

1977-04-23

Andruw Jones, Pegulaville/Hurling/Baseball Island

1977-04-24

Carlos Beltran, Puerto Rican baseball player

1977-04-26

Kosuke Fukudome, Japanese baseball player

1977-05-02

Luke Hudson, American baseball player

1977-05-03

Ryan Dempster, American baseball player

1977-05-13

Robby Hammock, baseball player

1977-05-14

Roy Halladay, American baseball player

1977-05-19

Brandon Inge, American baseball player

1977-05-31

Phil Devey, Canadian baseball player

1977-06-01

Brad Wilkerson, American baseball player

1977-06-03

Travis Hafner, American baseball player

1977-06-07

Joe Horgan, baseball player

1977-06-07

Odalis Pérez, baseball player

1977-06-16

Kerry Wood, American baseball player

1977-06-28

Chris Spurling, American baseball player

1977-08-05

Eric Hinske, American baseball player

1977-08-05

Mark Mulder, American baseball player

1977-08-09

Jason Frasor, American baseball player

1977-08-14

Juan Pierre, American baseball player

1977-08-14

Juan Pierre, Champions of Faith: Baseball Edition

1977-08-29

Aaron Rowand, American baseball player

1977-08-29

Roy Oswalt, American baseball player

1977-08-30

Marlon Byrd, American baseball player

1977-09-03

Nate Robertson, American baseball player

1977-09-04

Sun-Woo Kim, Korean Major League Baseball player

1977-09-09

Kyle Snyder, Major League Baseball pitcher

1977-09-21

Brian Tallet, American baseball player

1977-09-25

Wil Nieves, Puerto Rican baseball player

1977-09-29

Jake Westbrook, American baseball player

1977-10-09

Brian Roberts, American baseball player

1977-10-11

Ty Wigginton, American baseball player

1977-11-04

Larry Bigbie, American baseball player

1977-11-08

Nick Punto, American baseball player

1977-11-10

Matt Cepicky, American baseball player

1977-11-23

Adam Eaton, American baseball player

1977-11-26

John Parrish, American baseball player

1977-11-30

Kazumi Saitoh, Japanese baseball player

1977-12-03

Chad Durbin, American baseball player

1977-12-06

Kevin Cash, American baseball player

1977-12-12

Orlando Hudson, American baseball player

1977-12-18

José Acevedo, Dominican baseball player

1977-12-29

Jimmy Journell, American baseball player

1977-12-30

Grant Balfour, Australian baseball player

1978-01-06

Casey Fossum, Major League Baseball player

1978-01-07

Kevin Mench, American baseball player

1978-01-12

Luis Ayala, Mexican baseball pitcher

1978-01-16

Alfredo Amézaga, Mexican baseball player

1978-01-18

Brian Falkenborg, American baseball player

1978-01-22

Chone Figgins, American baseball player

1978-01-25

Derrick Turnbow, Major League Baseball Player

1978-01-26

Estéban Germán, Dominican baseball player

1978-01-27

Pete Laforest, Canadian baseball player

1978-01-30

John Patterson, American baseball player

1978-02-07

Endy Chávez, baseball player

1978-03-03

Matt Diaz, American baseball player

1978-03-05

Mike Hessman, American baseball player

1978-03-21

Cristian Guzmán, Dominican baseball player

1978-04-02

John Gall, American baseball player

1978-04-04

Jason Ellison, American baseball player

1978-04-06

Blaine Neal, American baseball player

1978-04-11

Josh Hancock, American baseball player (d. 2007)

1978-04-15

Milton Bradley, American baseball player

1978-04-15

Tim Corcoran, American baseball player

1978-04-26

Joe Crede, American baseball player

1978-04-29

Tony Armas, Jr., Venezuelan baseball player

1978-05-09

Aaron Harang, American baseball player

1978-05-12

Josh Phelps, American baseball player

1978-05-13

Ryan Bukvich, American baseball player

1978-05-13

Barry Zito, American baseball player

1978-05-17

John Foster, American baseball player

1978-05-17

Carlos Pena, Dominican baseball player

1978-05-18

Marcus Giles, American baseball player

1978-05-23

Mike González, American baseball player

1978-05-24

Brad Penny, American baseball player

1978-06-15

Zach Day, American baseball player

1978-06-19

Claudio Vargas, Dominican baseball player

1978-06-20

Bobby Seay, American baseball player

1978-06-25

Luke Scott, American baseball player

1978-07-13

Ryan Ludwick, American baseball player

1978-07-15

Miguel Olivo, Dominican baseball player

1978-07-18

Ben Sheets, American baseball player

1978-08-02

Matt Guerrier, American baseball player

1978-08-19

Chris Capuano, American baseball player

1978-08-21

Jason Marquis, American baseball player

1978-08-21

Lee Gronkiewicz, American baseball player

1978-08-24

Rafael Furcal, Dominican baseball player

1978-08-30

Cliff Lee, American baseball player

1978-09-06

Alex Escobar, Venezuelan baseball player

1978-09-08

Gil Meche, American baseball player

1978-09-09

Kurt Ainsworth, Major League Baseball pitcher

1978-09-19

Nick Johnson, baseball player

1978-09-20

T.J. Tucker, American baseball player

1978-09-25

Joel Pineiro, Puerto Rican baseball player

1978-09-27

Jon Rauch, American baseball player

1978-10-04

Kyle Lohse, American baseball player

1978-10-14

Ryan Church, American baseball player

1978-11-04

Carmen Cali, American baseball player

1978-11-04

John Grabow, American baseball player

1978-11-09

Todd Self, American baseball player

1978-11-14

Xavier Nady, American baseball player

1978-11-16

Kip Bouknight, American baseball player

1978-11-27

Jimmy Rollins, American baseball player

1978-12-02

Peter Moylan, Australian Major League Baseball Pitcher for the Atlanta Braves

1978-12-06

Chris Basak, American baseball player

1978-12-08

Vernon Wells, American baseball player

1978-12-17

Alex Cintrón, Puerto Rican baseball player

1978-12-17

Chase Utley, American baseball player

1978-12-23

Víctor Martínez, Venezuelan baseball player

1979-01-21

Byung-Hyun Kim, Korean baseball player

1979-01-23

Juan Rincón, Venezuelan baseball player

1979-02-07

Jon Leicester, American baseball player

1979-02-08

Aaron Cook, American baseball player

1979-02-09

Akinori Iwamura, Japanese baseball pitcher

1979-02-17

Josh Willingham, American baseball player

1979-03-06

Erik Bedard, Canadian baseball player

1979-03-13

Johan Santana, Venezuelan baseball player

1979-03-15

Kevin Youkilis, American baseball player

1979-03-19

Hee-Seop Choi, Korean baseball player

1979-03-22

Juan Uribe, Dominican baseball player

1979-03-23

Mark Buehrle, American baseball player

1979-03-24

Norris Hopper, American baseball player

1979-03-27

Michael Cuddyer, Minnesota Twins baseball player

1979-03-31

Josh Kinney, American baseball player

1979-04-07

Adrián Beltré, Dominican baseball player

1979-04-08

Jeremy Guthrie, American baseball player

1979-04-12

Jordan De Jong, American baseball player

1979-05-09

Brandon Webb, American baseball player

1979-05-23

Kirk Saarloos, American baseball player

1979-05-29

John Rheinecker, Major League Baseball player

1979-06-08

Pete Orr, Canadian baseball player

1979-06-22

Brad Hawpe, American baseball player

1979-07-03

David Bacani, American baseball player

1979-07-14

Bernie Castro, Dominican baseball player

1979-07-19

Rick Ankiel, Baseball pitcher/ outfielder

1979-07-22

Yadel Martí, Cuban baseball player

1979-07-24

José Valverde, American baseball player

1979-07-31

J. J. Furmaniak, American baseball player

1979-08-12

D.J. Houlton, American baseball player

1979-08-13

Román Colón, Dominican baseball player

1979-08-13

Corey Patterson, American baseball player

1979-08-20

Cory Sullivan, American baseball player

1979-08-29

Ryan Shealy, American baseball player

1979-08-31

Clay Hensley, American baseball player

1979-08-31

Ramón Santiago, Dominican baseball player

1979-09-07

Brian Stokes, American baseball player

1979-09-11

Frank Francisco, Major League Baseball pitcher

1979-09-16

Bobby Korecky, American baseball player

1979-09-27

Jon Garland, American baseball player

1979-09-29

Shelley Duncan, American Baseball Player

1979-10-21

Khalil Greene, American baseball player

1979-10-21

Gabe Gross, American baseball player

1979-10-25

Tony Torcato, American baseball player

1979-10-30

Jason Bartlett, American baseball player

1979-11-01

Coco Crisp, American baseball player

1979-11-09

Adam Dunn, American baseball player

1979-11-19

Ryan Howard, American baseball player

1979-11-19

John-Ford Griffin, American baseball player

1979-11-29

Francis Beltrán, Dominican baseball player

1979-12-12

Garrett Atkins, American baseball player

1979-12-20

David DeJesus, American baseball player

1979-12-28

Bill Hall, American baseball player

1980-01-10

Matt Roney, American baseball player

1980-01-12

Bobby Crosby, American baseball player

1980-01-15

Matt Holliday, American baseball player

1980-01-16

Albert Pujols, Dominican-born baseball player

1980-02-01

Héctor Luna, Dominican Republic baseball player

1980-02-10

César Izturis, Venezuelan baseball player

1980-02-26

Gary Majewski, Major League Baseball player

1980-03-04

Jack Hannahan, American baseball player

1980-03-11

Dan Uggla, American baseball player

1980-03-15

Freddie Bynum, American baseball player

1980-03-31

Chien-Ming Wang, Taiwanese baseball player

1980-04-11

Mark Teixeira, American baseball player

1980-04-21

Jeff Keppinger, American baseball player

1980-04-22

Carlos Hernández, Venezuelan baseball player

1980-04-29

Kelly Shoppach, American baseball player

1980-05-15

Josh Beckett, American baseball player

1980-05-20

Austin Kearns, American Baseball player

1980-05-22

Chad Tracy, American baseball player

1980-06-06

Matt Belisle, American baseball player

1980-06-09

Mike Fontenot, American baseball player

1980-06-11

Yhency Brazoban, Dominican born baseball player

1980-06-21

Sendy Rleal, Dominican baseball player

1980-06-26

Chris Shelton, American baseball player

1980-07-07

John Buck, American baseball player

1980-07-15

Reggie Abercrombie, professional baseball player

1980-07-21

CC Sabathia, American baseball player

1980-07-25

Shawn Riggans, American baseball player

1980-07-29

Ryan Braun, Kitchener, Onatrio, Canadian baseball player (Los Angeles Angels)

1980-08-23

Denny Bautista, Dominican baseball player

1980-08-25

Neal Musser, American baseball player

1980-08-26

Brendan Harris, American baseball player

1980-08-28

T.J. Beam, American baseball player

1980-09-04

Pat Neshek, American baseball player

1980-09-07

Mark Prior, American baseball player

1980-09-09

Todd Coffey, American baseball player

1980-09-12

Sean Burroughs, American baseball player

1980-09-13

Daisuke Matsuzaka, Japanese baseball player

1980-09-17

Danny Haren, American baseball player

1980-10-20

Jose Veras, Dominican baseball player

1980-10-23

Pedro Liriano, Dominican baseball player

1980-11-21

Hank Blalock, American baseball player

1980-11-23

Jonathan Papelbon, American baseball player

1980-12-06

Ehren Wassermann, American baseball player

1980-12-21

Royce Ring, American Major League Baseball Player

1980-12-23

Cody Ross, American baseball player

1981-01-02

Ryan Garko, American baseball player

1981-01-08

Jeff Francis, Canadian baseball player

1981-01-13

Darrell Rasner, American baseball player

1981-01-20

Freddy Guzmán, Dominican baseball player

1981-01-24

Travis Hanson, American baseball player

1981-02-04

Tom Mastny, Indonesian baseball player

1981-02-04

Ben Hendrickson, American baseball player

1981-02-16

Jerry Owens, American baseball player

1981-02-18

Alex Rios, American baseball player

1981-02-28

Brian Bannister, American baseball player

1981-03-09

Clay Rapada, American baseball player

1981-03-14

Bobby Jenks, American baseball player

1981-03-16

Curtis Granderson, American baseball player

1981-03-23

Tony Peña, Jr., Dominican baseball player

1981-03-26

Josh Wilson, American baseball player

1981-03-28

Edwar Ramirez, American baseball player

1981-04-04

Casey Daigle, Baseball Wives

1981-04-05

Jorge de la Rosa, Mexican baseball player

1981-04-08

Brian Burres, American baseball player

1981-04-09

Dennis Sarfate, American baseball player

1981-04-17

Ryan Raburn, American baseball player

1981-04-18

Brian Buscher, American baseball player

1981-04-23

Sean Henn, American baseball player

1981-04-27

Joey Gathright, American baseball player

1981-05-05

Chris Duncan, baseball player

1981-05-08

John Maine, American baseball player

1981-05-09

Bill Murphy, American baseball player

1981-05-11

Daniel Ortmeier, American baseball player

1981-05-15

Justin Morneau, Canadian baseball player

1981-05-21

Josh Hamilton, Major League Baseball player

1981-05-28

Daniel Cabrera, Dominican baseball player

1981-05-31

Jake Peavy, American baseball player

1981-06-01

Carlos Zambrano, Venezuelan Major League Baseball player

1981-06-02

Chin-hui Tsao, Taiwanese baseball player

1981-06-07

Tyler Johnson, baseball player

1981-06-15

Jeremy Reed, American baseball player

1981-07-02

Angel Pagán, Puerto Rican baseball player

1981-07-04

Francisco Cruceta, Dominican baseball player

1981-07-05

Jesse Crain, Canadian baseball player

1981-07-19

Jimmy Gobble, American baseball player

1981-08-05

Carl Crawford, American baseball player

1981-08-05

Carl Crawford, Ten Years of Tiger & Abandoning Baseball

1981-08-15

Oliver Perez, American baseball player

1981-09-06

Mark Teahen, American baseball player

1981-09-17

Casey Janssen, American baseball player

1981-09-19

Scott Baker, American baseball player

1981-09-20

Jordan Tata, American baseball player

1981-09-25

Rocco Baldelli, American baseball player

1981-09-25

Jason Bergmann, American baseball player

1981-09-30

Brandon Watson, American baseball

1981-10-03

Matt Murton, American baseball player

1981-10-14

Boof Bonser, American baseball player

1981-10-23

Ben Francisco, American baseball player

1981-10-30

Ian Snell, American baseball player

1981-11-02

Wilson Betemit, Dominican baseball player

1981-11-10

Tony Blanco, American baseball player

1981-11-30

Rich Harden, Canadian baseball player

1981-12-08

Jeremy Accardo, American baseball player

1981-12-12

Shane Costa, American baseball player

1981-12-14

Shaun Marcum, American baseball player

1981-12-15

Andy González, Puerto Rican baseball player

1981-12-20

James Shields, American baseball player

1981-12-25

Willy Taveras, baseball player

1982-01-06

Brian Bass, American baseball player

1982-01-07

Francisco Rodriguez, Venezuelan baseball player

1982-01-12

Chris Ray, American baseball player

1982-01-12

Dontrelle Willis, American baseball player

1982-01-15

Armando Galarraga, Venezuelan baseball player

1982-01-23

Wily Mo Peña, Dominican baseball player

1982-01-30

Jorge Cantu, Mexican baseball player

1982-01-31

Yuniesky Betancourt, Major League Baseball shortstop

1982-01-31

Brad Thompson, Major League Baseball player

1982-02-12

Onil Joseph, Dominican baseball player

1982-02-17

Brian Bruney, American baseball player

1982-02-20

Jason Hirsh, American baseball player

1982-02-24

Nick Blackburn, American baseball player

1982-03-08

Craig Stansberry, American baseball player

1982-03-11

Brian Anderson, Major League Baseball player

1982-03-12

Zach Miner, American baseball player

1982-03-15

Rafael Pérez, Dominican baseball player

1982-03-18

Chad Cordero, American baseball player

1982-03-21

Aaron Hill, American baseball player

1982-03-24

Corey Hart, American baseball player

1982-03-24

Dustin McGowan, American baseball player

1982-04-10

Andre Ethier, American baseball player

1982-04-15

Michael Aubrey, American baseball player

1982-04-25

Brian Barton, American baseball player

1982-05-08

Adrian Gonzalez, American baseball player

1982-05-28

Jhonny Peralta, Dominican baseball player

1982-05-29

Matt Macri, American baseball player

1982-06-07

Virgil Vasquez, American baseball player

1982-06-22

Ian Kinsler, American baseball player

1982-06-30

Mitch Maier, American baseball player

1982-07-01

Justin Huber, Australian baseball player

1982-07-13

Shin-Soo Choo, South Korean baseball player

1982-07-13

Yadier Molina, Puerto Rican baseball player

1982-08-02

Grady Sizemore, American baseball player

1982-08-06

Justin Germano, American baseball player

1982-08-19

J. J. Hardy, American baseball player

1982-08-31

Josh Kroeger, American baseball player

1982-09-02

Jason Hammel, American baseball player

1982-09-13

Rickie Weeks, American baseball player

1982-09-24

Jeff Karstens, American baseball player

1982-10-04

Jered Weaver, American baseball player

1982-10-04

Tony Gwynn Jr., American baseball player

1982-10-22

Robinson Canó, Dominican baseball player

1982-10-24

Macay McBride, American baseball player

1982-10-28

Jeremy Bonderman, American baseball player

1982-10-28

Anthony Lerew, American baseball player

1982-10-30

Manny Parra, American baseball player

1982-11-30

Tony Giarratano, American baseball player

1982-12-03

Manny Corpas, American baseball player

1982-12-13

Ricky Nolasco, American baseball player

1982-12-14

Josh Fields, American baseball player

1982-12-17

Josh Barfield, American baseball player

1982-12-20

David Wright, American baseball player

1982-12-21

Philip Humber, American baseball player

1982-12-31

Julio DePaula, Dominican baseball player

1983-01-20

Geovany Soto, Puerto Rican baseball player

1983-01-27

Gavin Floyd, American baseball player

1983-01-27

Mike Zagurski, American baseball player

1983-02-15

Russell Martin, Canadian baseball player

1983-02-20

Jose Morales, Puerto Rican baseball player

1983-02-20

Justin Verlander, American baseball player

1983-02-21

Franklin Gutiérrez, Venezuelan baseball player

1983-03-01

Blake Hawksworth, Canadian baseball player

1983-03-02

Glen Perkins, American baseball player

1983-03-07

Taylor Tankersley, American baseball player

1983-03-08

Mark Worrell, American baseball player.

1983-03-16

Brandon League, American baseball player

1983-03-18

Andy Sonnanstine, American baseball player

1983-03-30

Davis Romero, Panamanian baseball player

1983-04-13

Hunter Pence, American baseball player

1983-04-18

Miguel Cabrera, Venezuelan baseball player

1983-04-19

Alberto Callaspo, Venezuelan baseball player

1983-04-19

Zack Duke, American baseball player

1983-04-19

Joe Mauer, American baseball player

1983-04-19

Curtis Thigpen, American baseball player

1983-04-25

J.P. Howell, American baseball player

1983-05-09

Tyler Lumsden, American baseball player

1983-05-17

Jeremy Sowers, American baseball player

1983-05-18

Luis Terrero, Dominican baseball player

1983-05-28

Humberto Sanchez, Dominican baseball player

1983-06-05

Bill Bray, American baseball player

1983-06-07

Mark Lowe, American baseball player

1983-06-09

Danny Richar, Dominican baseball player

1983-06-11

José Reyes, Dominican baseball player

1983-07-08

John Bowker, American baseball player

1983-07-17

Adam Lind, American baseball player

1983-08-14

Leo Núñez, Dominican baseball player

1983-08-17

Dustin Pedroia, American baseball player

1983-09-09

Kyle Davies, American baseball player

1983-09-09

Edwin Jackson, Major League Baseball pitcher

1983-09-11

Jacoby Ellsbury, American baseball player

1983-09-15

Luke Hochevar, American baseball player

1983-09-19

Joey Devine, American baseball player

1983-09-19

Charlie Haeger, American baseball player

1983-09-20

Ángel Sánchez, Puerto Rican baseball player

1983-10-04

Kurt Suzuki, American baseball player

1983-10-21

Zack Greinke, American baseball player

1983-10-21

Andy Marté, Dominican baseball player

1983-10-26

Francisco Liriano, Major League Baseball pitcher

1983-10-27

Brent Clevlen, American baseball player

1983-10-29

Dana Eveland, American baseball player

1983-11-11

Matt Garza, American baseball player

1983-11-17

Ryan Braun, Los Angeles, California, American baseball player (Milwaukee Brewers)

1983-11-17

Scott Moore, American baseball player

1983-11-17

Nick Markakis, American baseball player

1983-11-18

Travis Buck, American baseball player

1983-12-07

Fausto Carmona, Dominican baseball player

1983-12-23

Hanley Ramírez, Dominican baseball player

1983-12-27

Cole Hamels, American baseball player

1984-01-07

Jon Lester, American baseball player

1984-01-08

Jeff Francoeur, American baseball player

1984-01-12

Scott Olsen, American baseball player

1984-01-14

Mike Pelfrey, American baseball player

1984-01-24

Scott Kazmir, American baseball player

1984-01-30

Jeremy Hermida, American baseball player

1984-02-09

Dioner Navarro, Venezuelan baseball player

1984-02-10

Alex Gordon, American baseball player

1984-04-09

Adam Loewen, Canadian baseball player

1984-04-25

Robert Andino, Baseball player

1984-05-04

Kevin Slowey, American baseball player

1984-05-07

James Loney, American baseball player

1984-05-09

Prince Fielder, American baseball player

1984-05-10

Edward Mujica. Venezuelan baseball player

1984-05-16

Jensen Lewis, American baseball player

1984-05-18

Joakim Soria, Mexican baseball player

1984-06-09

Yulieski Gourriel, Cuban baseball player

1984-06-15

Tim Lincecum, American baseball player

1984-06-26

Elijah Dukes, American baseball player

1984-07-11

Yorman Bazardo, Venezuelan baseball player

1984-07-20

Alexi Casilla, Dominican baseball player

1984-07-29

Chad Billingsley, American baseball player

1984-08-11

Melky Cabrera, Dominican baseball player

1984-08-13

Boone Logan, American baseball player

1984-08-14

Clay Buchholz, American baseball player

1984-08-21

B.J. Upton, American baseball player

1984-09-23

Matt Kemp, American baseball player

1984-09-27

John Lannan, American baseball player

1984-09-28

Ryan Zimmerman, American baseball player

1984-10-01

Matt Cain, American baseball player

1984-10-10

Troy Tulowitzki, American baseball player

1984-11-09

Joel Zumaya, American baseball player

1984-12-19

Ian Kennedy, Major League Baseball pitcher

1985-02-14

Tyler Clippard, American baseball player

1985-02-20

Ryan Sweeney, American baseball player

1985-04-15

John Danks, American baseball player

1985-04-15

Aaron Laffey, American baseball player

1985-05-02

Jarrod Saltalamacchia, American baseball player

1985-05-21

Andrew Miller, Major League Baseball player

1985-05-27

Chien-Ming Chiang, Taiwanese baseball player

1985-09-14

Delmon Young, American baseball player

1985-09-23

Joba Chamberlain, American baseball player

1985-10-07

Evan Longoria, American baseball player

1985-11-13

Asdrúbal Cabrera, Venezuelan baseball player

1985-12-04

Andrew Brackman, American baseball player

1985-12-04

Carlos Gómez, Dominican baseball player

1985-12-14

Julio Pimentel, Dominican baseball player

1986-01-30

Nick Evans, American baseball player

1986-03-06

Jake Arrieta, Baseball

1986-04-08

Félix Hernández, Venezuelan baseball player

1986-04-18

Billy Butler, American baseball player

1986-06-24

Phil Hughes, American baseball player

1986-08-24

Nick Adenhart, American baseball player

1986-09-09

Michael Bowden, American baseball player

1987-03-25

Hyun-jin Ryu, Namyangju Little Baseball Park

1987-04-03

Jay Bruce, American baseball player

1987-04-04

Cameron Maybin, American baseball player

1987-08-25

Justin Upton, American baseball player

1988-12-04

Karis Rossi, Baseball's Last Hero: 21 Clemente Stories

1988-12-27

Rick Porcello, American baseball player

1991-12-25

Jules Starr, Everybody Hates Baseball

Baseball - Notable Weddings

Connie MackNov 2, 1887

Babe RuthOct 14, 1914

Leo DurocherSep 27, 1934

Joe DiMaggioNov 19, 1939

Ted WilliamsMay 4, 1944

Jackie RobinsonFeb 10, 1946

Hank GreenbergFeb 18, 1946

Ty CobbSep 24, 1948

Tom LasordaApr 14, 1950

Ernie BanksApr 6, 1953

Hank AaronOct 6, 1953

Reggie JacksonJul 8, 1968

Darryl StrawberryJan 5, 1985

Cal Ripken JrNov 13, 1987

Johnny BenchDec 19, 1987

George BrettFeb 15, 1991

Sammy SosaJan 13, 1992

Barry BondsJan 10, 1998

Keith HernandezFeb 14, 2005

Baseball - Weddings
Date Event
1887-11-02

Baseball legend Connie Mack (24) weds Margaret Hogan

1910-10-27

Baseball legend Connie Mack (47) weds Katherine Holahan

1914-10-14

Baseball legend Babe Ruth (19) weds Helen Woodford

1929-04-17

Baseball great Babe Ruth (34) marries 2nd wife Claire Merritt Hodgson (31)

1934-09-27

Baseball player and manager Leo Durocher (28) weds businesswoman Grace Dozier

1939-11-19

Baseball legend Joe DiMaggio (24) weds "Freshies" actress Dorothy Arnold at St. Peter and Paul Church in San Francisco

1944-05-04

Baseball player Ted Williams marries Doris Soule (divorced 1954)

1946-02-10

1st black pro-baseball player Jackie Robinson marries Rachel Isum

1946-02-18

MLB baseball player Hank Greenberg (35) weds heiress Caral Gimbel in Sea Island, Georgia

1948-02-16

Baseball player and manager Leo Durocher (41) weds actress Laraine Day (27) in Santa Monica, California

1948-09-24

American Major League Baseball outfielder Ty Cobb (61) weds Frances Cass (40)

1950-04-14

Baseball manager Tom Lasorda (22) weds Joan Miller

1953-04-06

MLB baseball player Ernie Banks (22) weds Mollye Louise

1953-10-06

MLB baseball player Hank Aaron (19) weds Barbara Lucas

1961-09-10

Baseball player Ted Williams marries model Lee Howard (divorced 1967)

1966-07-09

Major League Baseball pitcher Tom Seaver (21) weds Nancy Lynn McIntyre

1966-11-18

MLB baseball player Hank Greenberg (55) weds actress Mary Jo Tarola

1968-07-08

MLB baseball player Reggie Jackson (22) weds his college sweetheart Jennie Campos

1969-06-19

Baseball manager Leo Durocher (63) weds socialite Lynne Walker Goldblatt (40) at the Ambassador West Hotel in Chicago

1973-11-12

MLB baseball player Hank Aaron (39) weds Billye Aaron

1984-06-14

MLB baseball player Ernie Banks (53) weds Marjorie Wardlawholm

1985-01-05

Baseball player Darryl Strawberry (22) weds Lisa Andrews

1987-11-13

MLB baseball player Cal Ripken Jr (27) weds Kelly Geer at Towson United Methodist Church in Maryland

1987-12-19

Retired baseball catcher Johnny Bench (40) weds Laura Cwikowski

1991-02-15

Baseball superstar George Brett (37) weds Leslie Davenport in Manhattan Beach, California

1992-01-13

MLB baseball right fielder Sammy Sosa (23) weds Sonia Rodriguez

1993-12-03

Baseball player Darryl Strawberry (31) weds Charisse Simon (26)

1998-01-10

Major League Baseball outfielder Barry Bonds (33) weds Elizabeth Watson (28) at Ritz-Carlton Hotel in San Francisco

2005-02-14

Retired baseball player Keith Hernandez (51) weds Kai Thompson in Miami Beach, Florida

2006-10-01

Baseball player Darryl Strawberry (44) weds Tracy Boulware

2010-11-13

Major League Baseball pitcher Kyle Kendrick (26) married three-time "Survivor" contestant Stephanie LaGrossa (30) at Silverado Resort and Spa in Napa, California

2012-12-01

Minnesota Twins baseball catcher Joe Mauer (29) weds Maddie Bisanz at Nativity of Our Lord Catholic Church in St. Paul, Minnesota

Baseball - Notable Divorces

Ernie BanksJul 2, 1959

Pete RoseJul 31, 1980

Darryl StrawberryOct 15, 1993

Barry BondsJun 9, 2009

Baseball - Divorces
Date Event
1959-07-02

MLB baseball player Ernie Banks (28) divorces Mollye Louise after 6 years of marriage

1980-07-31

Karolyn Englehardt divorces baseball manager Pete Rose (39) after 15 years of marriage

1993-10-15

Baseball player Darryl Strawberry (31) divorces Lisa Andrews after more than 8 years of marriage

2009-06-09

Elizabeth Watson (39) divorces Major League Baseball outfielder Barry Bonds (44) due to irreconcilable differences after 11 years of marriage

Baseball - Notable Deaths

Babe RuthAug 16, 1948

Honus WagnerDec 6, 1955

Connie MackFeb 8, 1956

Ty CobbJul 17, 1961

Jackie RobinsonOct 24, 1972

Hank GreenbergSep 4, 1986

cool papaMar 7, 1991

Leo DurocherOct 7, 1991

Mickey MantleAug 13, 1995

Toni StoneNov 2, 1996

Joe DiMaggioMar 8, 1999

Jack BuckJun 18, 2002

Ted WilliamsJul 5, 2002

Kirby PuckettMar 6, 2006

Sparky AndersonNov 4, 2010

Baseball - Deaths
Date Event
1862-10-18

James Creighton, amateur American baseball player, dies of ruptured bladder from hitting home run on Oct 14th

1893-01-26

Abner Doubleday, credit with inventing baseball, dies on 74th birthday

1893-10-10

Lip Pike, American baseball player (b. 1845)

1894-03-03

Ned Williamson, American baseball player (b. 1857)

1903-07-02

Ed Delahanty, American Hall of Fame baseball player (b. 1867)

1905-09-10

Pete Browning, American baseball player (b. 1861)

1908-04-20

Henry Chadwick, sports reporter (baseball), dies at 85

1911-04-14

Addie Joss, American baseball player (b. 1880)

1911-08-05

Bob Caruthers, American baseball player (b. 1864)

1913-01-07

Jack Boyle, American baseball player (b. 1866)

1913-06-05

Chris von der Ahe, baseball pioneer (b. 1851)

1913-07-19

Jiggs Donahue, World Series Baseball Game

1914-08-17

Harry Steinfeldt, World Series Baseball Game

1915-02-05

Ross Barnes, baseball player (b. 1850)

1915-09-09

Albert Spalding, American baseball player and sporting goods manufacturer (b. 1850)

1918-06-25

Jake Beckley, baseball player (b. 1867)

1920-07-20

Bill O'Neill, World Series Baseball Game

1920-08-17

Ray Chapman, American baseball player (b. 1891)

1921-03-24

Larry McLean, Canadian baseball player (b. 1881)

1922-11-07

Sam Thompson, baseball player (b. 1860)

1924-03-07

Pat Moran, World Series Baseball Game

1924-09-15

Frank Chance, Baseball's Peerless Leader

1924-12-25

Doc Gessler, World Series Baseball Game

1925-03-04

John Montgomery Ward, American baseball player (b. 1860)

1925-10-07

Christy Mathewson, American baseball player (b. 1880)

1927-03-27

Joe Start, American baseball player (b. 1842)

1928-02-01

Hughie Jennings, American baseball player and manager (b. 1869)

1928-02-01

Hughie Jennings, The Baseball Revue of 1917

1929-05-13

George Stallings, The Baseball Revue of 1917

1929-09-25

Miller Huggins, The Baseball Revue of 1917

1929-11-14

Joseph McGinnity, baseball pitcher (NY Giants), dies at 58

1931-02-28

Ban Johnson, created (baseball's AL), dies after a long illness

1931-03-22

Ban Johnson, founder of baseball's American League, dies at 67

1931-10-26

Charles Comiskey, baseball team owner (b. 1859)

1932-07-21

Bill Gleason, late 19th century baseball player

1933-02-06

Lee Morris, Baseball at Mudville

1933-09-16

George Gore, baseball player (b. 1857)

1933-09-24

Mike Donlin, baseball player (b. 1878)

1934-03-13

Fielder Jones, World Series Baseball Game

1934-05-14

Lou Criger, American baseball player (b. 1872)

1934-08-08

Wilbert Robinson, baseball manager (Bkln Dodgers), dies

1935-06-29

Jack O'Neill, American baseball player (b. 1873)

1936-10-08

Red Ames, American baseball player (b. 1882)

1937-11-14

Jack O'Connor, American baseball player (b. 1869)

1938-02-16

Lee Tannehill, World Series Baseball Game

1938-03-04

Jack Taylor, American baseball player (b. 1874)

1938-10-29

Babe Towne, World Series Baseball Game

1939-01-19

Cliff Heathcote, American baseball player (b. 1898)

1939-06-17

Allen Sothoron, American baseball player (b. 1893)

1940-04-30

Patsy Dougherty, World Series Baseball Game

1940-10-17

George Davis, World Series Baseball Game

1940-12-16

Billy Hamilton, American baseball player (b. 1866)

1941-01-06

Charley O'Leary, American baseball player (b. 1882)

1941-01-24

Billy Mason, Baseball Bill -- Flirting with Marriage

1941-07-15

Frank Isbell, World Series Baseball Game

1941-10-29

Harvey Hendrick, American baseball player (b. 1897)

1941-11-29

Ed Hahn, World Series Baseball Game

1942-01-31

Henry Larkin, American baseball player (b. 1860)

1942-03-26

Jimmy Burke, American baseball player (b. 1874)

1942-11-24

Frank Owen, World Series Baseball Game

1943-08-14

Joe Kelley, American baseball player (b. 1871)

1943-12-28

Steve Evans, American baseball player (b. 1885)

1944-04-25

Tony Mullane, Irish-born American baseball player (b. 1859)

1944-06-16

Kate Mayhew, Baseball's Peerless Leader

1944-11-25

Kenesaw Mountain Landis, judge/baseball commisioner, dies at 78

1944-12-04

Roger Bresnahan, American baseball player (b. 1879)

1945-05-02

Joe Corbett, baseball player (b. 1875)

1946-03-28

Chick Fullis, baseball player (b. 1904)

1946-08-06

Tony Lazzeri, American baseball player (b. 1903)

1946-09-17

Frank Burke, American baseball player (b. 1880)

1946-12-10

Walter Johnson, The Baseball Revue of 1917

1947-01-15

Jimmy Sheckard, World Series Baseball Game

1947-01-31

Johnny Kling, World Series Baseball Game

1947-03-28

Johnny Evers, World Series Baseball Game

1947-05-05

Ty LaForest, Canadian baseball player (b. 1917)

1947-05-27

Ed Konetchy, American baseball player (b. 1885)

1947-07-14

Orval Overall, World Series Baseball Game

1948-02-14

Mordecai Brown, American baseball player (b. 1876)

1948-02-14

Mordecai Brown, World Series Baseball Game

1948-08-16

Babe Ruth, Baseball legend (NY Yankees), dies in NY at 53

1948-11-23

Hack Wilson, American baseball player (b. 1900)

1949-06-25

Buck Freeman, baseball player (b. 1871)

1949-10-02

Frank Schulte, World Series Baseball Game

1950-11-04

Grover Cleveland Alexander, American baseball player (b. 1887)

1951-03-25

Eddie Collins, American baseball player (b. 1887)

1951-03-25

Eddie Collins, The Baseball Revue of 1917

1951-07-09

Harry Heilmann, baseball hall of famer outfielder (Det), dies at 56

1951-12-05

"Shoeless" Joe Jackson, of baseball's black sox scandal, dies

1952-10-08

Joe Adams, American baseball player (b. 1877)

1953-04-11

Kid Nichols, American baseball player (b. 1869)

1953-05-27

Jesse Burkett, American baseball player (b. 1868)

1953-08-22

Jim Tabor, American baseball player (b. 1916)

1953-09-03

Jack Pfiester, World Series Baseball Game

1953-12-25

Patsy Donovan, Irish-born American baseball player (b. 1865)

1954-01-05

Rabbit Maranville, American baseball player (b. 1891)

1954-05-22

Big Chief Bender, The Baseball Revue of 1917

1954-11-26

Bill Doak, former Major League Baseball pitcher (b. 1891)

1955-10-27

Clark Griffith, baseball player/manager (NY Yankees), dies at 85

1955-11-04

Cy Young, American baseball player (b. 1867)

1955-12-06

Honus Wagner, baseball player, dies at 81

1956-02-08

Connie Mack, baseball manager (Phila A's, 1901-50), dies at 93

1956-03-02

Fred Merkle, American baseball figure (b. 1888)

1956-03-10

Solly Hofman, World Series Baseball Game

1956-07-10

Joe Giard, American baseball player (b. 1898)

1957-04-15

Jack Coombs, The Baseball Revue of 1917

1957-06-10

George Rohe, World Series Baseball Game

1957-07-03

Dolf Luque, baseball player (b. 1890)

1957-10-30

Fred Beebe, baseball player (b. 1880)

1958-08-10

Frank Demaree, baseball player (b. 1910)

1958-11-17

Mort Cooper, baseball player (b. 1913)

1958-11-21

Mel Ott, NY Giant baseball star (1926-1947), dies at 49

1958-12-08

Tris Speaker, American baseball player (b. 1888)

1959-02-07

Napoleon Lajorie, baseball player, dies at 83

1959-05-26

Ed Walsh, baseball pitcher (1.82 ERA), dies at 78

1959-05-26

Ed Walsh, World Series Baseball Game

1959-08-12

Mike O'Neill, Irish-born American baseball player (b. 1877)

1959-11-28

Ed McFarland, World Series Baseball Game

1959-12-11

Jim Bottomley, American baseball player (b. 1900)

1961-07-17

Ty Cobb, baseball great (Det Tigers), dies of cancer at 74

1961-07-17

Ed Reulbach, World Series Baseball Game

1961-08-28

Thomas Connolly, 1st baseball umpire elected to hall of fame, dies

1961-09-09

Rube Oldring, The Baseball Bug

1961-11-17

Benny Kauff, The Baseball Revue of 1917

1961-12-15

William "Dummy" Hoy, professional baseball player, dies at 99

1962-03-04

George Mogridge, Major League Baseball pitcher (b. 1889)

1962-06-28

Mickey Cochrane, baseball hall of fame catcher, dies at 59

1963-01-05

Rogers Hornsby, baseball player, dies of a heart ailment at 66

1963-03-01

Irish Meusel, American baseball player (b. 1893)

1964-04-20

Eddie Dyer, baseball player (b. 1899)

1964-07-29

Vean Gregg, American baseball player (b. 1885)

1964-12-31

Bobby Byrne, baseball player (b. 1884)

1965-01-28

Billy Sullivan, World Series Baseball Game

1965-03-05

Pepper Martin, American baseball player (b. 1904)

1965-05-23

Earl Webb, American baseball player (b. 1897)

1965-08-25

Moonlight Graham, American baseball player

1965-12-09

Branch Rickey, American baseball executive (b. 1884)

1966-07-06

Sad Sam Jones, American baseball player (b. 1892)

1966-11-07

Rube Bressler, Baseball player (b. 1894)

1967-01-06

Johnny Keane, baseball player/mgr (Cards, NY Yanks), dies at 55

1967-07-21

Jimmy Foxx, baseball hall of famer (Det Tigers/534 HRs), dies at 59

1968-03-31

Grover Lowdermilk, American baseball player (b. 1885)

1968-04-14

Al Benton, American baseball player (b. 1911)

1968-04-19

Tommy Bridges, US baseball pitcher (Detroit Tigers), dies at 61

1968-06-15

Samuel Earl "Wahoo Sam" Crawford, baseball pitcher, dies at 88

1968-07-27

Babe Adams, baseball player (b. 1882)

1968-10-16

Ellis Kinder, baseball player (b. 1914)

1969-01-24

Tom Zachary, baseball pitcher (Wash Senators), dies at 72

1969-12-07

Lefty O'Doul, American baseball player (b. 1897)

1970-01-14

John J "Johnny" Murphy, US baseball pitcher (NY Yankees), dies at 61

1970-02-05

Rudy York, American baseball player (b. 1913)

1970-04-15

Ripper Collins, American baseball player (b. 1904)

1971-01-09

Elmer Flick, baseball player (b. 1876)

1971-04-12

Ed Lafitte, American baseball player (b. 1871)

1971-05-12

Heinie Manush, American baseball player (b. 1901)

1971-07-28

Myril Hoag, American baseball player (b. 1908)

1971-11-05

Sam Jones, baseball player (b. 1925)

1972-05-29

Moe Berg, American baseball player and spy (b. 1902)

1972-10-24

Jackie Robinson, 1st black baseball player (Bkln Dodgers), dies at 53

1973-03-12

Frankie "Fordham Flash" Frisch, baseball player, dies at 74

1973-05-08

Ralph Miller, last 19th century baseball player (Brooklyn Bridegrooms and Baltimore Orioles), dies aged 100

1973-07-02

Chick Hafey, baseball player (b. 1903)

1973-07-02

George McBride, baseball player (b. 1880)

1973-09-05

Jack Fournier, American baseball player (b. 1889)

1974-12-18

Harry Hooper, American baseball player (b. 1887)

1975-03-21

Joe Medwick, baseball player (b. 1911)

1975-05-22

Lefty Grove, American Baseball Player (b. 1900)

1975-12-01

Nellie Fox, American baseball player (b. 1927)

1976-05-30

Max Carey, American baseball player (b. 1890)

1976-06-11

Jim Konstanty, American baseball player (b. 1917)

1976-06-15

Jimmy Dykes, baseball player and manager (b. 1896)

1976-06-20

Lou Klein, American baseball player (b. 1918)

1976-06-30

Firpo Marberry, baseball player (b. 1898)

1976-12-02

Danny Murtaugh, baseball manager (Pittsburgh Pirates), dies at 59

1977-02-19

Mike González, Cuban baseball player (b. 1890)

1977-04-12

Philip K Wrigley, baseball owner (Chicago Cubs), dies at 82

1977-10-17

Robert C "Cal" Hubbard, US baseball player/umpire, dies at 77

1977-11-08

Bucky Harris, American baseball player (b. 1896)

1978-01-13

Joseph V McCarthy, baseball manager (NY Yankees), dies at 96

1978-03-07

Steve Bilko, American baseball player (b. 1928)

1978-04-08

Ford C Frick, baseball commissioner, dies at 83

1978-09-11

Mike Gazella, American baseball player (b. 1895)

1978-12-11

Paul O'Dea, American baseball player (b. 1920)

1979-06-17

Duffy Lewis, Boston Red Sox: 100 Years of Baseball History

1979-11-18

Freddie Fitzsimmons, baseball player (b. 1901)

1980-06-01

[Richard] Rube Marquard, US baseball pitcher, dies at 90

1980-08-06

Charles Urbanus, Dutch baseball player, dies at 66

1981-01-15

Emanuel Celler, Baseball's Changing Profile

1981-03-17

Paul Dean, American baseball player (b. 1913)

1981-10-04

Freddie Lindstrom, Major League Baseball Hall of famer (b. 1905)

1982-02-17

Nestor Chylak, American baseball umpire (b. 1922)

1982-06-08

[Leroy] Satchel Paige, US baseball pitcher, dies at 75

1982-07-06

Bob Johnson, American baseball player (b. 1905)

1982-09-07

Ken Boyer, American baseball player (b. 1931)

1982-09-29

Monty Stratton, baseball player (b. 1912)

1983-04-12

Carl Morton, American baseball player (b. 1944)

1983-08-16

Earl Averill, American baseball player (b. 1902)

1983-11-18

Hilton Smith, Negro Leagues Baseball

1984-07-14

Al Schacht, [Clown prince of baseball], baseball player, dies at 91

1984-10-01

Walter Alston, Baseball manager (LA Dodgers), dies at 72

1984-12-16

Debs Garms, American baseball player (b. 1907)

1984-12-20

Gonzalo Márquez, Venezuelan baseball player (b. 1946)

1985-02-10

Johnny Mokan, baseball player (b. 1895)

1985-06-10

Bob Prince, sportscaster (Monday Night Baseball), dies at 68

1985-07-27

Smokey Joe Wood, The Baseball Revue of 1917

1985-11-25

Ray Jablonski, American baseball player (b. 1926)

1985-12-06

Burleigh Grimes, US baseball pitcher, dies at 92

1986-01-02

Bill Veeck, American baseball executive (b. 1914)

1986-07-02

Peanuts Lowrey, baseball player (b. 1917)

1986-07-08

Skeeter Webb, American baseball player (b. 1909)

1986-09-04

Hank Greenberg, American baseball player (Detroit Tigers) dies aged 75

1986-09-04

Hank Greenberg, Baseball's Changing Profile

1986-10-03

Vince DiMaggio, American Baseball Player (b. 1912)

1986-10-12

Norm Cash, Monday Night Baseball

1986-12-20

Joe DeSa, American baseball player (b. 1959)

1987-07-27

Travis Jackson, baseball player (NY Giants), dies at 83

1987-11-16

Jim Brewer, Major League Baseball relief pitcher (b. 1937)

1988-03-29

Ted Kluszewski, American baseball player (b. 1924)

1988-11-21

Carl Hubbell, American baseball player (b. 1903)

1989-01-09

Bill Terry, baseball player (b. 1898)

1989-01-21

Carl Furillo, American Baseball player (b. 1922)

1989-02-24

Sparky Adams, American baseball player (b. 1894)

1989-09-01

A Bartlett Giamatti, baseball commissioner, dies of heart attack at 51

1989-09-02

A Bartlett Giamatti, baseball commisioner, dies at 51

1989-09-29

A A Busch Jr, brewer/baseball owner (St Louis Cards), dies at 90

1990-01-07

Horace Stoneham, baseball owner (Giants), dies at 86

1990-01-09

Spud Chandler, baseball player (b. 1907)

1990-02-24

Tony Conigliaro, baseball player (Red Sox), dies of pneumonia at 45

1991-01-03

Luke Appling, 1982 Cracker Jack Oldtimer's Baseball Classic

1991-01-07

Joe Hicks, baseball coach, dies of cancer at 64

1991-03-07

James "cool papa" Bell, American baseball league great, dies at 87

1991-06-15

Happy Chandler, American politician and Commissioner of Baseball (b. 1898)

1991-10-07

Leo Durocher, baseball player and manager (Dodgers, Giants), dies at 86

1991-12-12

Ken Keltner, US baseball player (Cleveland Indians), dies at 75

1992-06-04

Carl Stotz, founder (baseball's little league), dies at 82

1992-09-22

Aurelio López, Mexican baseball player (b. 1948)

1992-10-26

Dottie Green, female baseball player (Peaches), dies of cancer at 71

1992-12-09

Carl Barger, baseball pres (Pittsburgh Pirates, Fla Marlins), dies at 62

1993-01-22

Charlie Gehringer, baseball player, dies at 89

1993-04-21

Hal Schumacher, baseball pitcher, dies at 82

1993-04-22

Mark Koenig, baseball shortstop (NY Yankees), dies at 88

1993-06-02

Johnny Mize, baseball player, dies at 80

1993-07-03

Don Drysdale, American Major League Baseball player, dies of a heart attack at 56

1993-09-20

Loan Volkerijk, Dutch baseball coach (ADO), dies at 65

1993-10-21

Irving Torgoff, US baseball player (Detroit Tigers), dies at 75

1993-11-12

Bill Dickey, HOF baseball catcher (NY Yankees, 1928-46), dies at 86

1994-01-08

Harvey Haddix, Roberto Clemente: A Video Tribute to One of Baseball's Greatest Players and a True Humanitarian

1994-01-10

Charles "Chub" Feeney, baseball pres (National League), dies at 72

1995-01-18

Ron Luciano, American baseball umpire (b. 1937)

1995-04-28

Peaches Roy Davis, baseball pitcher, dies at 89

1995-07-17

Herbert Hippauf, baseball player, dies at 56

1995-08-03

Harry Craft, baseball manager, dies at 80

1995-08-04

Dick Bartell, baseball player, dies at 87

1995-08-13

Mickey Mantle, baseball great (NY Yankees), dies of cancer at 63

1995-08-20

Von McDaniel, baseball player, dies at 56

1995-08-20

William Kennedy, baseball player, dies at 76

1995-10-10

Edward Gill, baseball player, dies at 100

1995-11-02

Sal Gliatto, baseball player, dies at 93

1995-12-27

Al Barlick, First Annual All-Star Celebrity Baseball Game

1996-02-19

Charles O Finley, baseball owner (Oakland A's), dies at 76

1996-04-01

John McSherry, American baseball umpire (b. 1944)

1996-04-17

Michele Carew, daughter of baseball great Rod, dies of Leukemia at 18

1996-11-02

Toni Stone, first woman to play professional baseball in a men's league, dies at 75

1997-04-07

Luis Aloma, Cuban baseball player (b. 1923)

1997-09-09

Richie Ashburn, HOF baseball player (Phillies, Mets), dies at 70

1997-10-31

Sam Hairston, Negro Leagues Baseball

1997-11-02

Roy McMillan, baseball player (Reds), dies of heart failure at 68

1997-11-20

Dick Littlefield, baseball player (b. 1926)

1998-03-06

Frank Barrett, American baseball player (b. 1913)

1998-06-10

Jim Hearn, American baseball player (b. 1921)

1998-06-21

Al Campanis, American baseball executive (b. 1916)

1998-07-19

Elmer Valo, baseball player (b. 1921)

1998-09-30

Dan Quisenberry, American baseball player (b. 1953)

1998-10-06

Mark Belanger, American baseball player (b. 1944)

1999-01-31

Norm Zauchin, American baseball player (b. 1929)

1999-02-21

Wilmer David Mizell, baseball player (b. 1930)

1999-03-08

Joe DiMaggio, American baseball player (b. 1914)

1999-03-24

Birdie Tebbetts, American baseball player and manager (b. 1912)

1999-03-25

Cal Ripken, Sr., American baseball manager (b. 1936)

1999-04-04

Early Wynn, American baseball player (b. 1920)

1999-05-03

Joe Adcock, American baseball player (b. 1927)

1999-08-14

Pee Wee Reese, American baseball player (b. 1918)

1999-09-09

Catfish Hunter, American baseball player (b. 1946)

2000-01-11

Bob Lemon, American baseball player (Cleveland Indians), dies at 79

2000-04-14

Frenchy Bordagaray, American baseball player (b. 1910)

2000-06-05

Don Liddle, baseball player (b. 1925)

2000-09-23

Aurelio Rodríguez, Mexican Major League Baseball player (b. 1947)

2000-10-28

Andujar Cedeno, Dominican baseball player for the Houston Astros (b. 1969)

2000-11-25

Hugh Alexander, American baseball player (b. 1917)

2001-01-22

Tommie Agee, American baseball player (b. 1942)

2001-01-28

Curt Blefary, American baseball player, dies at 57

2001-02-16

Bob Buhl, baseball player (b. 1928)

2001-02-18

Eddie Mathews, American baseball player (b. 1931)

2001-03-20

Luis Alvarado, Puerto Rican baseball player (b. 1949)

2001-04-01

Jo-Jo Moore, American baseball player (b. 1908)

2001-04-09

Willie Stargell, American baseball player (b. 1940)

2001-08-10

Lou Boudreau, American baseball player and manager (b. 1917)

2001-11-23

Bo Belinsky, American baseball player (b. 1936)

2002-01-15

Steve Gromek, American baseball player (b. 1920)

2002-02-11

Frank Crosetti, baseball player (b. 1910)

2002-06-18

Jack Buck, American baseball announcer, dies at 77

2002-06-22

Darryl Kile, American baseball player (b. 1968)

2002-07-05

Ted Williams, baseball hall of famer and last player to bat over.400 in a single season (Boston Red Sox) dies at 84

2002-08-12

Enos Slaughter, American baseball player (b. 1916)

2002-08-16

John Roseboro, American baseball player and coach (b. 1933)

2002-08-23

Hoyt Wilhelm, American baseball player (b. 1922)

2002-12-01

Dave McNally, American baseball player (b. 1942)

2003-02-12

Haywood Sullivan, Boston Red Sox: 100 Years of Baseball History

2003-05-06

Art Houtteman, baseball player (b. 1927)

2003-06-01

Johnny Hopp, baseball player (b. 1916)

2003-06-18

Larry Doby, American baseball player (b. 1923)

2003-08-07

Mickey McDermott, baseball player (b. 1929)

2003-08-23

Bobby Bonds, American baseball player and manager (b. 1946)

2003-09-12

Erik J. Bonowicz, Baseball and Glory

2003-11-24

Warren Spahn, Major League Baseball player (b. 1921)

2003-12-27

Iván Calderón, Puerto Rican baseball player (b. 1962)

2004-01-03

Leon Wagner, American baseball player (b. 1934)

2004-01-05

Tug McGraw, American baseball player, father of Tim McGraw (b. 1944)

2004-01-17

Harry Brecheen, American baseball player (b. 1914)

2004-02-22

Andy Seminick, American baseball player (b. 1920)

2004-03-02

Marge Schott, American baseball team owner (b. 1928)

2004-04-13

Lou Berberet, American baseball player (b. 1929)

2004-05-03

Darrell Johnson, American baseball player (b. 1928)

2004-06-08

Mack Jones, American baseball player (b. 1938)

2004-08-27

Willie Crawford, American baseball player (b. 1946)

2004-09-07

Bob Boyd, American baseball player (b. 1925)

2004-10-03

John Cerutti, baseball player and announcer (b. 1960)

2004-10-10

Ken Caminiti, American baseball player (b. 1963)

2004-10-20

Chuck Hiller, American baseball player (b. 1934)

2004-10-26

Bobby Avila, Major League Baseball player (b. 1924)

2004-11-29

Harry Danning, American baseball player (b. 1911)

2004-12-13

Andre Rodgers, Bahamian baseball player (b. 1934)

2004-12-14

Rod Kanehl, American baseball player (b. 1934)

2004-12-16

Ted Abernathy, American baseball player (b. 1933)

2004-12-22

Doug Ault, American baseball player (b. 1950)

2004-12-24

Johnny Oates, baseball player and manager (b. 1946)

2004-12-29

Ken Burkhart, American baseball player (b. 1915)

2005-01-22

César Gutiérrez, Venezuelan baseball player (b. 1943)

2005-02-13

Nelson Briles, baseball player (b. 1943)

2005-03-02

Rick Mahler, American baseball player (b. 1953)

2005-03-06

Danny Gardella, American baseball player (b. 1920)

2005-03-16

Dick Radatz, American baseball player (b. 1937)

2005-03-16

Dick Radatz, Boston Red Sox: 100 Years of Baseball History

2005-03-26

Marius Russo, American baseball player (b. 1914)

2005-03-27

Bob Casey, American baseball announcer (b. 1925)

2005-04-07

Bob Kennedy, American baseball player and manager (b. 1920)

2005-04-08

Eddie Miksis, American baseball player (b. 1926)

2005-04-13

Don Blasingame, American baseball player (b. 1932)

2005-04-23

Earl Wilson, American baseball player (b. 1934)

2005-05-26

Chico Carrasquel, Venezuelan baseball player (b. 1928)

2005-07-30

Ray Cunningham, American baseball player (b. 1905)

2005-08-08

Gene Mauch, American baseball player (b. 1925)

2005-10-30

Al Lopez, American baseball player and manager (b. 1908)

2005-12-03

Herb Moford, American baseball player (b. 1928)

2005-12-21

Elrod Hendricks, American baseball player and coach (b. 1940)

2006-03-06

Kirby Puckett, American baseball player, dies of a stroke at 45

2006-04-09

Billy Hitchcock, American baseball player, coach, and official (b. 1916)

2006-04-13

Bill Baker, American baseball player (b. 1911)

2006-06-20

Billy Johnson, American baseball player (b. 1918)

2006-08-30

Charlie Wagner, Boston Red Sox: 100 Years of Baseball History

2006-10-06

Buck O'Neil, American baseball player (b. 1911)

2006-10-11

Cory Lidle, American baseball pitcher (b. 1972)

2006-10-11

Eddie Pellagrini, Boston Red Sox: 100 Years of Baseball History

2006-10-27

Joe Niekro, American baseball player (b. 1944)

2006-11-07

Johnny Sain, American baseball pitcher (b. 1917)

2006-11-22

Pat Dobson, American baseball player (b. 1942)

2006-12-08

José Uribe, Dominican baseball player (b. 1959)

2006-12-17

Larry Sherry, American baseball player (b. 1935)

2006-12-31

George Sisler, Jr., baseball executive (b. 1917)

2007-01-01

Ernie Koy, American baseball player (b. 1909)

2007-02-01

Ray Berres, American baseball player (b. 1907)

2007-02-04

Steve Barber, American baseball pitcher (b. 1938)

2007-02-06

Lew Burdette, American baseball player (b. 1926)

2007-02-09

Hank Bauer, American baseball player (b. 1922)

2007-03-02

Clem Labine, American baseball player (b. 1926)

2007-03-08

John Vukovich, American baseball player and coach.. (b. 1947)

2007-03-15

Bowie Kuhn, American commissioner of baseball (b. 1926)

2007-04-29

Milt Bocek, American baseball player (b. 1912)

2007-04-29

Josh Hancock, American baseball player (b. 1978)

2007-06-04

Clete Boyer, American baseball player (b. 1937)

2007-06-23

Rod Beck, American Major League Baseball relief pitcher, dies at 38

2007-07-22

Mike Coolbaugh former baseball player and coach (b.1972)

2007-07-22

Rollie Stiles, American baseball player (b. 1906)

2007-08-13

Phil Rizzuto, American baseball player and sportscaster (b. 1917)

2007-11-13

Kazuhisa Inao, Japanese baseball player (b. 1937)

2007-11-15

Joe Nuxhall, American baseball player and sportscaster (b. 1928)

2007-11-23

Joe Kennedy, American baseball player (b. 1979)

2008-01-02

Gerry Staley, American baseball player (b. 1920)

2008-01-13

Johnny Podres, American baseball player (b. 1932)

2008-03-16

Bob Purkey, Roberto Clemente: A Video Tribute to One of Baseball's Greatest Players and a True Humanitarian

2008-04-14

Tommy Holmes, American baseball player (b. 1918)

2008-04-19

John Marzano, American baseball player (b. 1963)

2008-09-24

Mickey Vernon, American baseball player (b. 1918)

2008-11-11

Herb Score, American baseball player (b. 1933)

2008-12-17

Dave Smith, American baseball player (b. 1955)

2008-12-19

Dock Ellis, American baseball pitcher (b. 1945)

2009-01-22

Billy Werber, American baseball player (b. 1908)

2009-03-24

George Kell, American baseball player (b. 1922)

2009-03-25

Johnny Blanchard, American baseball player (b. 1933)

2009-04-13

Mark Fidrych, American baseball player (b. 1954)

2009-05-08

Dom DiMaggio, American baseball player (b. 1917)

2010-01-05

Rory Markas, Angels baseball announcer (b.1955)

2010-04-02

Mike Cuellar, Cuban baseball player (b. 1937)

2010-04-30

Les Dennis, Major League Baseball: An Inside Look

2010-05-06

Robin Roberts, American baseball player (b. 1926)

2010-05-23

Jose Lima, Dominican baseball player (b. 1972)

2010-05-24

Morrie Martin, Former Major League Baseball (b. 1922)

2010-05-24

Morrie Martin, From the Ballpark to the Battlefield: Baseball and World War II

2010-08-16

Bobby Thomson, American baseball player

2010-10-03

Ben Mondor, Canadian-born American baseball executive (b. 1925)

2010-11-02

Clyde King, American baseball player and manager (b. 1924)

2010-11-04

Sparky Anderson, American baseball manager, dies at 76

2010-11-15

Ed Kirkpatrick, American baseball player (b. 1944)

2010-11-20

Danny McDevitt, American baseball player (b. 1932)

2010-11-22

Jean Cione, American All-American Girls Professional Baseball League player (b. 1928)

2010-11-28

Gil McDougald, American baseball player (b. 1928)

2010-12-02

Ron Santo, American baseball player and broadcaster (b. 1940)

2010-12-15

Bob Feller, American baseball player (b. 1918)

2010-12-17

Walt Dropo, American baseball player (b. 1923)

2010-12-18

Phil Cavarretta, American baseball player (b. 1916)

2011-02-08

Tony Malinosky, American baseball player (b. 1909)

2011-02-11

Chuck Tanner, American Baseball player (b. 1928)

2011-02-27

Duke Snider, American professional baseball player (b. 1926)

2011-04-01

Lou Gorman, Boston Red Sox: 100 Years of Baseball History

2011-05-17

Harmon Killebrew, American baseball player (b. 1936)

2011-08-24

Mike Flanagan, American baseball pitcher (b. 1951)

2011-08-24

Mike Flanagan, HTS: Baltimore Orioles Baseball

2012-01-17

Marty Springstead, American Major League baseball umpire and umpire supervisor, dies of heart attack at 74

2012-02-16

Gary Carter, American Hall of Fame baseball catcher dies from brain tumor at 57

2012-03-04

Don Mincher, American Major League Baseball first baseman, dies at 73

2012-03-15

Dave Philley, American Major League Baseball switch-hitter, dies at 91

2012-03-20

Mel Parnell [Melvin], American Major League Baseball pitcher, dies from cancer at 89

2012-03-20

Mel Parnell, Boston Red Sox: 100 Years of Baseball History

2012-08-13

Johnny Pesky, American baseball player and manager, dies at 92

2012-11-01

Pascual Perez, Dominican baseball player, bludgeoned to death at 55

2013-01-19

Stan Musial, St. Louis Cardinals: Baseball Heaven

2013-04-11

Grady Hatton, American baseball player and manager, dies from natural causes at 90

2013-06-15

Stan Lopata, American baseball player, dies from complications of a cardiac condition at 87

2013-07-16

Marv Rotblatt, Jews and Baseball: An American Love Story

2013-10-08

Andy Pafko, Americal baseball player, dies at 92

2013-12-22

Ed Herrmann, American baseball player, dies from prostate cancer at 67

2013-12-25

Mike Hegan, American baseball player, dies from heart failure at 71

2013-12-26

Paul Blair, American baseball player, dies at 69

2014-01-05

Jerry Coleman, American baseball player, dies from complications from brain bleeding and surgery at 89

2014-03-25

Eddie Lawrence, Abner the Baseball

2015-01-25

Bill Monbouquette, Boston Red Sox: 100 Years of Baseball History

2016-09-26

Major League Baseball star Jose Fernandez dies aged 24


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