Don Mueller

A two-time all star, Mueller spent 12 years playing the outfield for the New York Giants and Chicago White Sox. Mueller was a fine hitter, finishing with a career mark of .296 and 1292 hits. His best season came in 1954 when he led the National League in hits with 212 while batting .343 for […]

Don Mossi

Mossi won 101 games in 12 years pitching in the big leagues. He came up with the Cleveland Indians in 1954 and pitched out of the bullpen for the Tribe for the next three seasons, saving 27 games over the span. He made 22 starts in 1957 and won 11 games. He also earned his […]

Bobby Morgan

An eight-year veteran of the major leagues, Morgan was a versatile infielder who played for the Brooklyn Dodgers, Philadelphia Phillies, St. Louis Cardinals and Chicago Cubs from 1950-1958. Morgan came up with Brooklyn and spent three years with the Dodgers, but had his best seasons in Philadelphia. Starting at shortstop for the Phillies in 1954, […]

Billy Moran

An all star in 1962, Moran spent seven years in the major leagues, playing for Cleveland and the Los Angeles Angels. Moran came up in 1958 and started at second base for the majority of the year for the Indians. He only got into 11 games for Cleveland in 1959 and spent 1960 in the […]

Zack Monroe

Monroe pitched in just 24 big league games during a brief two-year stint in the majors, but managed to secure a World Series ring for his efforts. A five-year Yankee farmhand, Monroe finally made it to the big leagues in 1958. He appeared in 21 games that year for New York, finishing with a 4-2 […]

Bill Monbouquette

A four-time all star, Monbouquette won 114 games in his major league career, pitching primarily for the Boston Red Sox. During a period from 1960-1965, Monbouquette won 10 or more games for the Red Sox, earning all of his All-Star Game trips in the process. His best season came in 1963 when he went 20-10 […]

Stu Miller

One of the top relief pitchers in baseball for much of the 1960’s, Miller spent 16 years pitching in the big leagues in a career that spanned from 1952-1968. Miller came up with the St. Louis Cardinals in 1952 and spent the next three seasons pitching for them. He returned to the minor leagues after […]