He was just a kid from Sudlersville… who went on to win three MLB MVP Awards. Today, we take a look back at Jimmie Foxx.
In 1910, William Taft inaugurated the tradition of throwing out the first pitch. But in 1912, he refused to do so due to the death of a close friend. Today is the anniversary of the Opening Day game from 1912.
John McGraw and Connie Mack, members of the Irish-American Baseball HOF in Foley’s Bar (Manhattan), had a deep mutual respect for one another.
On August 7, 1899, Vic Willis tossed what would be the last no-hitter of the 19th century. Well, sort of.
Cy Young threw the first perfect game of the 20th century. We look back.