Standing Tall at Short

 

Glancing Back, and Remembering Jose Pagan

Jose Pagan spent 15 years in the National League, primarily at shortstop, primarily because of his defensive prowess. The Puerto Rican-born Pagan was also a flexible asset to a major league roster, as at some point in his career he played every position except pitcher. Continue reading

NL All-Stars Turn Up the Heat; Perry Prevails

 

This Week in 1960s Baseball

(July 12, 1966) In St. Louis, the National League All-Stars edged the American League 2-1, in a game played at Busch Stadium in 105-degree weather. Continue reading