1927 A's field team with seven future Hall of Famers
Craig Muder is the director of communications for the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
Mack breaks up second A's dynasty, trades Cochrane
Athletics catcher Mickey Cochrane was sold to the Tigers following the 1933 season as Connie Mack broke up his A's dynasty.
Jimmie Foxx pitched in for Phillies during war-torn 1945 season
While major league rosters were ravaged by war, Hall of Fame slugger Jimmie Foxx helped out the last-place Phillies by spending the final months of his career on the mound.
Grove, Cochrane began Hall of Fame careers together
Future Hall of Famers Lefty Grove and Mickey Cochrane both debuted in the big leagues for the Athletics on April 14, 1925.
Simmons’ unorthodox stance led to Hall of Fame
Al Simmons' unusual approach at the plate produced a .334 career batting average and a plaque in Cooperstown.