Adam Rocap Adam Rocap (1854 - March 29, 1892) was a Major League Baseball player.
Al Reach Alfred James Reach (May 25, 1840 – January 14, 1928) was an Anglo-American sportsman who, after becoming one of the early stars of baseball in the National Association, went on to become an infl...
Bill Craver William H. Craver was an American Major League Baseball player from Troy, New York who played mainly as an infielder, but did play many games at catcher as well during his seven-year career.
Cap Anson Adrian Constantine Anson (April 18, 1852 – April 14, 1922), nicknamed "Cap" (for "Captain") and "Pop", was a Major League Baseball (MLB) first baseman.
Cherokee Fisher William Charles "Cherokee" Fisher (November 1844 – September 26, 1912), was an American baseball pitcher.
Count Gedney Alfred W. "Count" Gedney (May 10, 1849 – March 26, 1922), was an American professional baseball player.
Count Sensenderfer John Phillips Jenkins "Count" Sensenderfer (December 28, 1847 – May 3, 1903) was a professional baseball player who played for the Philadelphia Athletics from 1866 to 1874.
Dave Eggler David Daniel Eggler (April 30, 1849 – April 5, 1902) was a Major League Baseball center fielder.
Davy Force David W. "Davy" Force was a shortstop in Major League Baseball.
Denny Mack Dennis Joseph Mack, born as Dennis Joseph McGee, (1851 - April 10, 1888) was a professional baseball player who was a first baseman and shortstop in Major League Baseball for eight seasons f...
Dick McBride John Dickson "Dick" McBride (June 14, 1847 – January 20, 1916) was an American Major League Baseball player from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, who was the star pitcher and the player-manager for t...
Dickie Flowers Charles Richard "Dickie" Flowers (1850 – October 6, 1892) was an American professional baseball player in the National Association as a shortstop for the 1871 Troy Haymakers and the 1872 Philade...
Ezra Sutton Ezra Ballou Sutton was an American third baseman in the National Association and Major League Baseball from 1871 to 1888.
Fergy Malone Fergus G. Malone (August, 1844 – January 1, 1905) was a professional baseball player in the 1860s and 1870s.
Fred Treacey Frederick S. Treacey, was an American professional baseball player who played outfield in the National Association and National League 1871 to 1876.
George Bechtel George A. Bechtel (September 2, 1848 – April 3, 1921?) was an American right fielder and pitcher in professional baseball's early history who became one of the leading players of his era.
George Hall (baseball) George William Hall (March 29, 1849 – June 11, 1923) was a professional baseball player who played in the National Association and later the National League.
George Heubel George A. Heubel, was a German American professional baseball player.
Joe Battin Joseph V. Battin (November 1, 1851 – December 10, 1937) was a 19th-century Major League Baseball player.
John Clapp (baseball) John Edgar Clapp, nicknamed "Honest John", was a professional baseball player-manager whose career spanned 12 seasons, 11 of which were spent with the Major League Baseball Middletown Mans...
John McMullin John F. McMullin was an American professional baseball player.
John Radcliffe (baseball) John Y. Radcliffe (June 29, 1846-July 26, 1911) was a professional baseball player who played for the Philadelphia Athletics, Baltimore Canaries, Philadelphia White Stockings and Philadelphia Ce...
John Richmond (shortstop) John H. Richmond (March 5, 1855 – October 5, 1898) was an American Major League Baseball player for eight seasons.
Levi Meyerle Levi Samuel Meyerle (July 1849 – November 4, 1921) was an American Major League Baseball player who played for eight seasons in organized professional league play.
Lon Knight Alonzo P. "Lon" Knight, born Alonzo P. Letti (June 16, 1853 – April 23, 1932), was an American right fielder, right-handed pitcher and manager in Major League Baseball.
Mike McGeary Michael Henry McGeary was an American Major League Baseball player.
Nate Berkenstock Nathan "Nate" Berkenstock (1831 – February 23, 1900) was the earliest-born professional baseball player, a year older than the next-"oldest" player, Lew Carl, who was born in 1832 and play...
Ned Cuthbert Edgar Edward "Ned" Cuthbert (June 20, 1845 – February 6, 1905) was an American professional baseball player.