Collins becomes sixth batter to join 3,000-hit club
He passed away on March 25, 1951.
Craig Muder is the director of communications for the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
Philadelphia A’s trade Jimmie Foxx to the Boston Red Sox
Trade of slugging first baseman sent the last piece of the A's dynasty out of Philadelphia.
Philadelphia A’s old-timers game in 1939 brought together two generations of legends
In the late summer of 1939, some 25,000 fans gathered at Philadelphia’s Shibe Park to celebrate two Athletics dynasties from years past.
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.
Mack trades final piece of $100,000 infield
On Jan. 10, 1918, Connie Mack and the Athletics tipped their caps to history when they traded the last member of the team’s famed $100,000 infield.