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Adrian Constantine Anson (1871-97)
   had the nickname   
“Cap”
Albert Benjamin Chandler (executive)
   had the nickname   
“Happy”
Albert William Kaline (1953-74)
   had the nickname   
“Salty" "Line" or “Mr. Tiger
Aloysius Harry Simmons (1924-44)
   had the nickname   
“Bucketfoot Al”
Amos Wilson Rusie (1889-1901)
   had the nickname   
“The Hoosier Thunderbolt”
Andrew Foster (manager)
   had the nickname   
“Rube”
Anthony Keith Gwynn (1982-2001)
   had the nickname   
"Captain Video"
Anthony Michael Lazzeri (1926-39)
   had the nickname   
"Poosh 'Em Up Tony"
Billy Leo Williams (1959-76)
   had the nickname   
“Sweet Swingin' Billy from Whistler”
Brooks Calbert Robinson Jr. (1955-77)
   had the nickname   
“Hoover” or “The Vacuum Cleaner”
Burleigh Arland Grimes (1916-34)
   had the nickname   
“Ol' Stubblebeard”
Byron Bancroft Johnson (executive)
   had the nickname   
“Ban”
Calvin Edwin Ripken Jr. (1981-2001)
   had the nickname   
“Iron Man”
Carl Michael Yastrzemski (1961-83)
   had the nickname   
“Yaz”
Carl Owen Hubbell (1928-43)
   had the nickname   
“King Carl” or “The Meal Ticket”
Carlton Ernest Fisk (1969-93)
   had the nickname   
"Pudge"
Charles Albert Bender (1903-25)
   had the nickname   
“Chief”
Charles Albert Comiskey (1882-94)
   had the nickname   
“Commy” or “The Old Roman”
Charles Augustus Nichols (1890-1906)
   had the nickname   
“Kid”
Charles Dillon Stengel (player, 1912-25; Manager, 1934-65)
   had the nickname   
“The Old Perfessor”
Charles Gardner Radbourn (1881-91)
   had the nickname   
“Old Hoss”
Charles Herbert Klein (1928-44)
   had the nickname   
“The Hoosier Hammerer”
Charles Herbert Ruffing (1924-47)
   had the nickname   
“Red”
Charles James Hafey (1924-37)
   had the nickname   
“Chick”
Charles Leo Hartnett (1922-41)
   had the nickname   
“Gabby” or “Old Tomato Face”
Charles Leonard Gehringer (1924-42)
   had the nickname   
“The Mechanical Man”
Christopher Mathewson (1900-16)
   had the nickname   
“Big Six"
Clarence Arthur Vance 1915-35)
   had the nickname   
“Dazzy”
Clark Calvin Griffith (manager, 1901-20)
   had the nickname   
“The Old Fox”
Cornelius Alexander Mack (manager, 1894-1950)
   had the nickname   
“Connie” or “The Tall Tactician”
David James Bancroft (1915-30)
   had the nickname   
“Beauty”
Dennis Joseph Brouthers (1879-96)
   had the nickname   
"Big Dan"
Dennis Lee Eckersley (1975-98)
   had the nickname   
“The Eck”
Denton True Young (1890-1911)
   had the nickname   
“Cy” or “Cyclone”
Donald Howard Sutton (1966-88)
   had the nickname   
“Black & Decker”
Donald Scott Drysdale (1956-69)
   had the nickname   
“Big D”
Don Richard Ashburn (1948-62)
   had the nickname   
“Whitey”
Earle Bryan Combs (1924-35)
   had the nickname   
“The Kentucky Colonel”
Earl Sidney Weaver (manager, 1968-86)
   had the nickname   
“Doodles”
Early Wynn Jr. (1939-63)
   had the nickname   
"Gus"
Eddie Clarence Murray (1977-97)
   had the nickname   
“Steady Eddie”
Edward Charles Ford (1950-67)
   had the nickname   
"Whitey"
Edward Hugh Hanlon (player & Manager, 1880-1907)
   had the nickname   
“Ned”
Edward James Delahanty (1888-1903)
   had the nickname   
“Big Ed”
Edward Trowbridge Collins Sr. (1906-30)
   had the nickname   
"Cocky"
Edwin Donald Snider (1947-64)
   had the nickname   
“The Silver Fox” of "Duke"
Enos Bradsher Slaughter (1938-59)
   had the nickname   
"Country"
Eppa Rixey (1912-33)
   had the nickname   
“Jeptha”
Ernest Banks (1953-71)
   had the nickname   
“Mr. Cub”
Ernesto Natali Lombardi (1931-47)
   had the nickname   
“Bocci” or “Schnozz”
Frank Francis Frisch (1919-37)
   had the nickname   
“The Fordham Flash”
Frank Leroy Chance (1898-1914)
   had the nickname   
“Husk,” “The Peerless Leader”
Fred Clifford Clarke (manager, 1897-1915)
   had the nickname   
“Cap”
Frederick Charles Lindstrom (1924-36)
   had the nickname   
“Lindy”
Gary Edmund Carter (1974-92)
   had the nickname   
“The Kid”
George Charles Scott Jr. (1966-1979)
   had the nickname   
"Boomer"
George Edward Waddell (1897-1910)
   had the nickname   
“Rube”
George Harold Sisler (1915-30)
   had the nickname   
“Georgeous George”
George Herman Ruth (1914-35)
   had the nickname   
“Sultan of Swat”
George Lange Kelly (1915-32)
   had the nickname   
“Highpockets”
George Lee Anderson
   had the nickname   
"Sparky"
George Thomas Seaver (1967-86)
   had the nickname   
"Tom Terrific"
Gordon Stanley Cochrane (1925-37)
   had the nickname   
“Black Mike” or “Mickey”
Grover Cleveland Alexander
   had the nickname   
"Old Pete”
Harmon Clayton Killebrew (1954-75)
   had the nickname   
“Killer”
Harold Henry Reese (1940-58)
   had the nickname   
“Pee Wee” or “The Little Colonel”
Harold Joseph Traynor (1920-37)
   had the nickname   
“Pie”
Harold Newhouser (1939-55)
   had the nickname   
“Prince Hal
Harry Bartholomew Hooper (1909-25)
   had the nickname   
“Hoop”
Harry Edwin Heilmann (1914-32)
   had the nickname   
“Slug”
Hazen Shirley Cuyler (1921-38)
   had the nickname   
“Kiki”
Henry Benjamin Greenberg (1930-47)
   had the nickname   
"Hammerin’ Hank"
Henry Emmett Manush (1923-39)
   had the nickname   
"Heinie"
Henry Louis Aaron
   had the nickname   
"Hammerin’ Hank"
Henry Louis Gehrig (1923-39)
   had the nickname   
"The Iron Horse"
Herbert Jefferis Pennock (1912-34)
   had the nickname   
“The Knight of Kennett Square”
Howard Earl Averill (1929-41)
   had the nickname   
“Earl of Snohomish”
Hugh Ambrose Jennings (player & Manager, 1891-1924
   had the nickname   
: “Ee-Yah”
Jacob Nelson Fox (1947-65)
   had the nickname   
"Nellie"
Jacob Peter Beckley (1888-1907)
   had the nickname   
“Eagle Eye”
James Alvin Palmer (1965-84)
   had the nickname   
“Cakes”
James Augustus Hunter (1965-79)
   had the nickname   
“Catfish”
James Emory Foxx (1925-45)
   had the nickname   
“Double X”
James Henry O'Rourke (1872-1904)
   had the nickname   
“Orator Jim”
James Leroy Bottomley (1922-37)
   had the nickname   
“Sunny Jim”
James Thomas Bell (Negro Leagues)
   had the nickname   
“Cool Papa”
Jay Hanna Dean (1930-41)
   had the nickname   
“Dizzy”
Jesse Cail Burkett (1890-1905)
   had the nickname   
“Crab”
Jesse Joseph Haines (1918-37)
   had the nickname   
“Pop”
John Alexander McPhee (1882-99)
   had the nickname   
“Bid”
John Bertrand Conlan (umpire)
   had the nickname   
“Jocko”
John Dwight Chesbro (1899-1909)
   had the nickname   
“Happy Jack”
John Franklin Baker (1908-22)
   had the nickname   
“Home Run”
John Henry Lloyd (Negro Leagues)
   had the nickname   
“Pop”
John Joseph Evers (1902-29)
   had the nickname   
“The Crab”
John Joseph McGraw (manager, 1899-1932)
   had the nickname   
“Little Napoleon” or “Mugsy”
Johnny Lee Bench (1967-83)
   had the nickname   
“Little General”
John Peter Wagner (1897-1917)
   had the nickname   
“The Flying Dutchman” or “Honus”
John Robert Mize (1936-53)
   had the nickname   
"The Big Cat"
Joseph Floyd Vaughan (1932-48)
   had the nickname   
“Arky”
Joseph Jerome McGinnity (1899-1908)
   had the nickname   
“Iron Man”
Joseph Michael Medwick (1932-48)
   had the nickname   
“Ducky”
Joseph Paul DiMaggio Jr. (1936-51)
   had the nickname   
“The Yankee Clipper” or “Joltin Joe"
Joseph Vincent McCarthy (manager, 1926-50)
   had the nickname   
“Marse Joe”
Joseph Williams (Negro Leagues)
   had the nickname   
“Smokey Joe” or “Cyclone”
Juan Antonio (Sanchez) Marichal (1960-75)
   had the nickname   
“Dominican Dandy"
Lawrence Peter Berra (1946-65)
   had the nickname   
"Yogi"
Leo Ernest Durocher (player & Manager 1925-73)
   had the nickname   
“The Lip” or “Lippy”
Leon Allen Goslin (1921-38)
   had the nickname   
"Goose"
Leroy Robert Paige (1948-53)
   had the nickname   
“Satchel”
Lewis Robert Wilson (1923-34)
   had the nickname   
“Hack”
Lloyd James Waner (1927-45)
   had the nickname   
“Little Poison”
Louis Clark Brock (1961-79)
   had the nickname   
“The Franchise”
Lucius Benjamin Appling (1930-50)
   had the nickname   
"Old Aches & Pains,
Luis Ernesto (Montiel) Aparicio (1956-73)
   had the nickname   
"Little Louie"
Lynn Nolan Ryan Jr. (1966-93)
   had the nickname   
“The Ryan Express”
Max George Carey (1910-29)
   had the nickname   
“Scoops”
Melvin Thomas Ott (1926-47)
   had the nickname   
“Master Melvin”
Michael Jack Schmidt (1972-89)
   had the nickname   
"Schmidty"
Michael Joseph Kelly (1878-93)
   had the nickname   
“Honest Joe” or ”King”
Mickey Charles Mantle (1951-68)
   had the nickname   
"The Mick," "The Commerce Comet," or "Muscles"
Montford Merrill Irvin (1949-56)
   had the nickname   
“Mr. Murder”
Mordecai Peter Centennial Brown (1903-16)
   had the nickname   
“Three Finger”
Napoleon Lajoie (1896-1916)
   had the nickname   
“Larry” or “Poli” or “Nap”
Norman Thomas Stearnes (Negro Leagues)
   had the nickname   
“Turkey'”
Orlando Manuel (Penne) Cepeda (1958-74)
   had the nickname   
“Baby Bull” or “Cha Cha”
Osborne Earl Smith (1978-96)
   had the nickname   
“The Wizard of Oz” or “The Wizard”
Paul Glee Waner (1926-45)
   had the nickname   
“Big Poison"
Paul Leo Molitor (1978-98
   had the nickname   
: “The Ignitor” or “Molly”
Philip Francis Rizzuto (1941-56)
   had the nickname   
“Scooter”
Philip Henry Niekro (1964-87)
   had the nickname   
“Knucksie”
Raymond William Schalk (1912-29)
   had the nickname   
“Cracker”
Reginald Martinez Jackson (1967-87)
   had the nickname   
“Mr. October”
Richard William Marquard (1908-25)
   had the nickname   
“Rube”
Robert Gibson (1959-75)
   had the nickname   
“Hoot” or “Gibby”
Robert Moses Grove (1925-41)
   had the nickname   
“Lefty”
Roberto Clemente (1955-72)
   had the nickname   
“Arriba” or “Bob”
Robert William Andrew Feller (1936-56)
   had the nickname   
“Rapid Robert”
Robin R Yount (1974-93)
   had the nickname   
“The Kid”
Roger Philip Bresnahan (1897-1915)
   had the nickname   
“The Duke of Tralee”
Rogers Hornsby (1915-37)
   had the nickname   
“Rajah”
Roland Glen Fingers (1968-850
   had the nickname   
“Rollie”
Roy Campanella (1948-57)
   had the nickname   
“Campy”
Royce Middlebrook Youngs (1917-26)
   had the nickname   
“Pep”
Ryne Dee Sandberg (1981-97)
   had the nickname   
“Ryno”
Samuel Earl Crawford (1899-1917)
   had the nickname   
“Wahoo Sam”
Samuel Luther Thompson (1885-98)
   had the nickname   
"Big Sam
Stanley Anthony Coveleski (1912-28)
   had the nickname   
“Covey”
Stanley Frank Musial (1941-63)
   had the nickname   
“Stan the Man”
Stanley Raymond Harris (player & Manager, 1919-56
   had the nickname   
“Bucky”
Steven Norman Carlton (1965-88)
   had the nickname   
“Lefty”
Theodore Amar Lyons (1923-46)
   had the nickname   
"Sunday Teddy"
Theodore Samuel Williams (1939-60)
   had the nickname   
“The Splendid Splinter” or “Teddy Ballgame"
Timothy John Keefe (1880-93)
   had the nickname   
“Smiling Tim” or “Sir Timothy”
Travis Calvin Jackson (1922-36)
   had the nickname   
“Stonewall”
Tristram E Speaker (1907-28)
   had the nickname   
“Tris"
Tyrus Raymond Cobb (1905-28)
   had the nickname   
"The Georgia Peach"
Urban Clarence Faber (1914-33)
   had the nickname   
“Red”
Vernon Louis Gomez (1930-43)
   had the nickname   
“Lefty” or “Goofy”
Wade Anthony Boggs (1982-99)
   had the nickname   
"Chicken Man"
Waite Charles Hoyt (1918-38)
   had the nickname   
“Schoolboy”
Walter Alston
   had the nickname   
“Smokey”
Walter Fenner Leonard (Negro Leagues)
   had the nickname   
“Buck”
Walter James Vincent Maranville (1912-35)
   had the nickname   
“Rabbit”
Walter Perry Johnson (1907-27)
   had the nickname   
“The Big Train” or "Barney"
Wesley Branch Rickey (player, 1905-07, Manager, 1913-25)
   had the nickname   
“The Mahatma”
Wilber Rogan (Negro Leagues)
   had the nickname   
“Bullet”
William Aloysius McGowan (umpire)
   had the nickname   
“Little Joe Chest”
William Arthur Cummings (1872-77)
   had the nickname   
“Candy”
William Ewing (1880-97)
   had the nickname   
“Buck”
,William Harold Terry (1923-36)
   had the nickname   
“Memphis Bill”
William Henry Keeler (1892-1910)
   had the nickname   
“Wee Willie” or “Hit ‘Em Where They Ain’t”
William Robert Hamilton (1888-1901)
   had the nickname   
“Sliding Billy”
William Stanley Mazeroski (1956-72)
   had the nickname   
“Maz”
Willie Howard Mays Jr. (1951-73)
   had the nickname   
“Say Hey”
Willie James Wells (Negro Leagues)
   had the nickname   
“Devil”
Willie Lee McCovey (1959-80)
   had the nickname   
“Stretch"
Wilver Dornel Stargell (1962-82)
   had the nickname   
“Pops”
Zachary Davis Wheat (1909-27)
   had the nickname   
“Buck”


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