10:45 | Jul 3rd, 2012
Tony Cuccinello was a right handed hitting second baseman for the Cincinnati Reds, Brooklyn Dodgers, Boston Bees, New York Giants, Boston Braves and Chicago White Sox from 1930 through 1945. He went on to coach for the Cleveland Indians, Chicago Whit...Show More
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18:28 | Jun 27th, 2012
Stuffy McInnis was a right handed first baseman for the Philadelphia Athletics, Boston Red Sox, Cleveland Indians, Boston Braves, Pittsburgh Pirates, and Philadelphia Phillies from 1909 through 1927. He also managed the Philadelphia Phillies in 1927.
17:15 | Jun 5th, 2012
Sonny Siebert was a right-handed pitcher for the Cleveland Indians, Boston Red Sox, Texas Rangers, St. Louis Cardinals, San Diego Padres and Oakland Athletics in a career that lasted from 1964 to 1975.
16:52 | May 23rd, 2012
Clint Courtney was a left-handed catcher for the New York Yankees, St. Louis Browns, Baltimore Orioles, Chicago White Sox, Washington Senators, and Kansas City Athletics in a career that lasted from 1951 until 1961.
19:06 | May 15th, 2012
Wayne Simpson was a right-handed pitcher for the Cincinnati Reds, Kansas City Royals, Philadelphia Phillies, and California Angels in a career that spanned parts of the years 1970 to 1977.
14:26 | May 8th, 2012
Earl Moore was a right-handed pitcher for the Cleveland team, know during his time with them as the Blues, Broncos and Naps. He also pitched for the New York Highlanders, Philadelphia Phillies and Chicago Cubs, along with the Buffalo Buffeds of the F...Show More
28:12 | May 6th, 2012
Presentation at the SABR 41 convention by Steve Treder/Anthony Giacalone. Getting No Satisfaction: The San Francisco Giants of 1965 ----:"But for the Tense Situation Locally"…: The Los Angeles Dodgers and Summer of 1965.
22:52 | Apr 10th, 2012
Roger Maris was a left-handed slugging outfielder for the Cleveland Indians, Kansas City Athletics, New York Yankees and St. Louis Cardinals in a career that lasted from 1957 through 1968. He held the single season home run record from 1961 until 199...Show More
11:38 | Mar 6th, 2012
Pat Moran was a catcher for the Boston Beaneaters, Chicago Cubs and Philadelphia Phillies from 1901 through 1914. He went on to manage the Philadelphia Phillies and Cincinnati Reds from 1915 through 1923.