Bob “Buck” Rodgers

Perhaps better known as a manager, Rodgers spent nine seasons catching in the big leagues, all of them for the Los Angeles/California Angels. He appeared in 16 games for the Angels in 1961 then was their starting catcher the following season. He hit .258 that year with six home runs and 61 RBIs, as well […]

Eddie Robinson

A four-time all star, and a member of the last Cleveland Indians team to win the World Series, Robinson spent his life in baseball as a player, scout, coach and front office executive in a career that spanned well over 40 years. Robinson broke in with Cleveland in 1942, then saw his career put on […]

Bobby Richardson

A Yankee stalwart at second base for the better half of the 1960’s, Richardson won three World Series titles with New York in a career that lasted just 12 years. Richardson played in 16 total games in 1955 and 1956 but got much more playing time in 1957 and made the opportunity count, making the […]