List of baseball nicknames

This is a list of nicknames of Major League Baseball teams and players. It includes a complete list of nicknames of players in the Baseball Hall of Fame, a list of nicknames of current players, nicknames of popular players who have played for each major league team, and lists of nicknames grouped into particular categories (e.g., ethnic nicknames, personality trait nicknames etc.). It also includes a list of nicknames of current Major League teams. Sports journalists, broadcasters and fans commonly refer to teams by a wide variety of nicknames. Many of the names are so established that newspapers routinely use the names in headlines.

Player nicknamesEdit

Hall of Fame inducteesEdit

Player Career Nickname Team Inducted As Ref
Henry Louis Aaron 1954–76 "Hammer", "Hammerin’ Hank" or "Bad Henry" Milwaukee Braves [1]
Grover Cleveland Alexander 1911–30 "Old Pete" Philadelphia Phillies [1]
Roberto Alomar Velazquez 1988–04 "Robbie" Toronto Blue Jays
Walter Alston 1954–76 "Smokey" Los Angeles Dodgers [1]
George Anderson 1970–95 "Sparky" or "Captain Hook" Cincinnati Reds [1]
Adrian Anson 1871–97 "Cap", "Pop", "Uncle" or "Captain" Chicago White Stockings [1]
Luis Aparicio 1956–73 "Little Louie" Chicago White Sox [1]
Luke Appling 1930–50 "Old Aches & Pains", "Luscious Luke", "Fumblefoot" or "Kid Boots" Chicago White Sox [2]
Richie Ashburn 1948–62 "Putt-Putt", "Whitey", or "The Tilden Flash" Philadelphia Phillies [1]
Earl Averill 1929–41 "Rock" or "Earl of Snohomish" Cleveland Indians [1]
Frank Baker 1908–22 "Home Run" Philadelphia Athletics [1]
Dave Bancroft 1915–30 "Beauty" Philadelphia Phillies [1]
Ernie Banks 1953–71 "Mr. Cub" Chicago Cubs [1]
Jake Beckley 1888–1907 "Eagle Eye" Pittsburgh Pirates [1]
James Bell 1922–1938, 1942, 1947–1950 "Cool Papa" St. Louis Stars [1]
Johnny Bench 1967–83 "Little General" Cincinnati Reds [1]
Charles Bender 1903–25 "Chief" Philadelphia Athletics [1]
Yogi Berra 1946–65 "Yogi" New York Yankees [1]
Wade Boggs 1982–99 "Chicken Man" Boston Red Sox [3]
Jim Bottomley 1922–37 "Sunny Jim" St. Louis Cardinals [1]
Roger Bresnahan 1897–1915 "The Duke of Tralee" New York Giants [1]
Lou Brock 1961–79 "The Franchise" St. Louis Cardinals [4]
Dan Brouthers 1879–96 "Big Dan" or "Alderman" Buffalo Bisons [1]
Mordecai Brown 1903–16 "Three Finger" or "Miner" Chicago Cubs [1]
Jesse Burkett 1890–1905 "Crab" Cleveland Spiders
Roy Campanella 1948–57 "Campy" Brooklyn Dodgers
Max Carey 1910–29 "Scoops" Pittsburgh Pirates
Steve Carlton 1965–88 "Lefty" Philadelphia Phillies
Gary Carter 1974–92 "The Kid" Montreal Expos
Orlando Cepeda 1958–74 "Baby Bull" or "Cha Cha" San Francisco Giants
Frank Chance 1898–1914 "Husk", "The Peerless Leader" and part of "Tinker to Evers to Chance" Chicago Cubs
Albert Chandler 1945–1951 "Happy" N/A
Jack Chesbro 1899–1909 "Happy Jack" New York Yankees [5]
Fred Clarke 1897–1915 "Cap" Pittsburgh Pirates
Roberto Clemente 1955–72 "Arriba" or "Bob" Pittsburgh Pirates
Ty Cobb 1905–28 "The Georgia Peach" Detroit Tigers
Mickey Cochrane 1925–37 "Black Mike" or "Mickey" Detroit Tigers
Eddie Collins 1906–30 "Cocky" Philadelphia Athletics
Earle Combs 1924–35 "The Kentucky Colonel" New York Yankees
Charlie Comiskey 1882–94 "Commy" or "The Old Roman" N/A
John Conlan 1941–1965 "Jocko" N/A
Stan Coveleski 1912–28 "Covey" Cleveland Indians
Sam Crawford 1899–1917 "Wahoo Sam" Detroit Tigers
William Cummings 1872–77 "Candy" Hartford Dark Blues
Kiki Cuyler 1921–38 "Kiki" or "Cuy" Chicago Cubs
Jay Dean 1930–41 "Diz", "Dizzy" or "The Great Man" St. Louis Cardinals
Ed Delahanty 1888–1903 "Big Ed" Philadelphia Phillies
Joe DiMaggio 1936–51 "The Yankee Clipper" or "Joltin Joe" New York Yankees
Don Drysdale 1956–69 "Big D" Los Angeles Dodgers
Hugh Duffy 1888–1906 "Sir Hugh" Boston Beaneaters
Leo Durocher 1925–73 "The Lip" or "Lippy" Brooklyn Dodgers
Dennis Eckersley 1975–98 "The Eck" Oakland Athletics
Johnny Evers 1902–29 "The Crab", "Trojan" and part of "Tinker to Evers to Chance" Chicago Cubs
Buck Ewing 1880–97 "Buck" New York Gothams
Red Faber 1914–33 "Red" Chicago White Sox
Bob Feller 1936–56 "Rapid Robert" or "The Heater From Van Meter" Cleveland Indians
Rollie Fingers 1968–85 "Rollie" Oakland Athletics
Carlton Fisk 1969–93 "Pudge" Boston Red Sox
Whitey Ford 1950–67 "Whitey", "The Chairman of the Board", or "Slick"" New York Yankees
Rube Foster 1902–1926 "Rube" Chicago American Giants
Nellie Fox 1947–65 "Nellie", "Little Nel", or "The Mighty Mite"' Chicago White Sox
Jimmie Foxx 1925–45 "Beast" or "Double X" Boston Red Sox
Frankie Frisch 1919–37 "The Fordham Flash" St. Louis Cardinals
Pud Galvin 1875–92 "Pud", "Gentle Jeems", or "The Little Steam Engine" Buffalo Bisons
Lou Gehrig 1923–39 "The Iron Horse or "Buster" or "Biscuit Pants" New York Yankees
Charlie Gehringer 1924–42 "The Mechanical Man" and one of Detroit's "G-Men" Detroit Tigers
Bob Gibson 1959–75 "Hoot" or "Gibby" St. Louis Cardinals
Lefty Gomez 1930–43 "Lefty" or "Goofy" New York Yankees
Goose Goslin 1921–38 "Goose" and one of Detroit's "G-Men" Washington Senators
Rich Gossage 1972–94 "Goose" New York Yankees
Hank Greenberg 1930–47 "Hammerin’ Hank" and one of Detroit's "G-Men" Detroit Tigers
Clark Griffith 1901–20 "The Old Fox" N/A
Burleigh Grimes 1916–34 "Ol' Stubblebeard" Brooklyn Dodgers
Lefty Grove 1925–41 "Lefty" Boston Red Sox
Vladimir Guerrero 1996–2011 "Super Vlad", "Vlad the Impaler" or "Big Daddy Vladdy" Anaheim Angels
Tony Gwynn 1982–2001 "Captain Video" or "Mr. Padre" San Diego Padres
Chick Hafey 1924–37 "Chick" St. Louis Cardinals
Jesse Haines 1918–37 "Pop" St. Louis Cardinals
Billy Hamilton 1888–1901 "Sliding Billy" Boston Beaneaters
Ned Hanlon 1880–1907 "Ned" Baltimore Orioles (NL)
Bucky Harris 1919–56 "Bucky" Washington Senators
Gabby Hartnett 1922–41 "Gabby" or "Old Tomato Face" Chicago Cubs
Harry Heilmann 1914–32 "Slug" Detroit Tigers
Harry Hooper 1909–25 "Hoop" Boston Red Sox
Rogers Hornsby 1915–37 "Rajah" St. Louis Cardinals
Waite Hoyt 1918–38 "Schoolboy" New York Yankees
Carl Hubbell 1928–43 "King Carl" or "The Meal Ticket" New York Giants
Catfish Hunter 1965–79 "Catfish" N/A
Monte Irvin 1949–56 "Mr. Murder" Newark Eagles
Reggie Jackson 1967–87 "Mr. October" New York Yankees
Travis Jackson 1922–36 "Stonewall" New York Giants
Ferguson Jenkins 1965–83 "Fly" or "Fergie" Chicago Cubs
Hughie Jennings 1891–1924 "Ee-Yah" Baltimore Orioles (NL)
Bancroft Johnson 1900–1927 "Ban" N/A
Walter Johnson 1907–27 "The Big Train" or "Barney" Washington Senators
Al Kaline 1953–74 "Salty", "Line", or "Mr. Tiger" Detroit Tigers
Tim Keefe 1880–93 "Smiling Tim" or "Sir Timothy" New York Giants
Willie Keeler 1892–1910 "Wee Willie" or "Hit 'Em Where They Ain't" New York Highlanders
George Kelly 1915–32 "Highpockets" New York Giants
King Kelly 1878–93 "Honest Joe" or "King" Chicago White Stockings
Harmon Killebrew 1954–75 "Killer" Minnesota Twins
Chuck Klein 1928–44 "The Hoosier Hammerer" Philadelphia Phillies
Nap Lajoie 1896–1916 "Larry" or "Poli" or "Nap" Cleveland Indians
Tony Lazzeri 1926–39 "Poosh 'Em Up Tony" New York Yankees
Buck Leonard 1933–1950 "Buck" Homestead Grays
Freddie Lindstrom 1924–36 "Lindy" New York Giants
Pop Lloyd 1906–1932 "Pop" New York Lincoln Giants
Ernie Lombardi 1931–47 "Bocci" or "Schnozz" Cincinnati Reds
Ted Lyons 1923–46 "Sunday Teddy" Chicago White Sox
Connie Mack 1894–1950 "Connie", "Mr. Baseball", or "The Tall Tactician" Philadelphia Athletics
Greg Maddux 1986–2008 "Mad Dog" or "The Professor" N/A
Mickey Mantle 1951–68 "The Mick", "The Commerce Comet", or "Muscles" New York Yankees
Heinie Manush 1923–39 "Heinie" Washington Senators
Rabbit Maranville 1912–35 "Rabbit" Boston Braves
Juan Marichal 1960–75 "Manito", "Mar", or "The Dominican Dandy" San Francisco Giants
Rube Marquard 1908–25 "Rube" New York Giants
Christy Mathewson 1900–16 "Big Six", "Matty", or "The Christian Gentleman" New York Giants
Willie Mays 1951–73 "The Say Hey Kid" San Francisco Giants
Bill Mazeroski 1956–72 "Maz" Pittsburgh Pirates
Joe McCarthy 1926–50 "Marse Joe" New York Yankees
Willie McCovey 1959–80 "Stretch", "Mac", or "Big Mac" San Francisco Giants
Joe McGinnity 1899–1908 "Iron Man" New York Giants
Bill McGowan 1925–1954 "Little Joe Chest" N/A
John McGraw 1899–1932 "Little Napoleon" or "Mugsy" New York Giants
Bid McPhee 1882–99 "Bid" Cincinnati Red Stockings
Joe Medwick 1932–48 "Ducky" or "Ducky Wucky" St. Louis Cardinals
Johnny Mize 1936–53 "The Big Cat" St. Louis Cardinals
Paul Molitor 1978–98 "The Ignitor" or "Molly" Milwaukee Brewers
Joe Morgan 1963–84 "Little Joe" Cincinnati Reds
Eddie Murray 1977–97 "Steady Eddie" Baltimore Orioles
Stan Musial 1941–63 "Stan the Man" St. Louis Cardinals
Hal Newhouser 1939–55 "Prince Hal" Detroit Tigers
Kid Nichols 1890–1906 "Kid" Boston Beaneaters
Phil Niekro 1964–87 "Knucksie" Atlanta Braves
Jim O'Rourke 1872–1904 "Orator Jim" New York Giants
Mel Ott 1926–47 "Master Melvin" New York Giants
Satchel Paige 1948–53 "Satchel" Kansas City Monarchs
Jim Palmer 1965–84 "Cakes" Baltimore Orioles
Herb Pennock 1912–34 "The Knight of Kennett Square" New York Yankees
Kirby Puckett 1984–95 "Puck" Minnesota Twins
Charles Radbourn 1881–91 "Old Hoss" Providence Grays
Pee Wee Reese 1940–58 "Pee Wee" or "The Little Colonel" Brooklyn Dodgers
Branch Rickey 1905–07, 1913–25 "The Mahatma" N/A
Cal Ripken, Jr 1981–2001 "Iron Man" Baltimore Orioles
Eppa Rixey 1912–33 "Jeptha" Cincinnati Reds
Phil Rizzuto 1941–56 "Scooter" New York Yankees
Brooks Robinson 1955–77 "Hoover" or "The Vacuum Cleaner" Baltimore Orioles
Bullet Rogan 1917, 1920–1938 "Bullet" Kansas City Monarchs
Red Ruffing 1924–47 "Red" New York Yankees
Amos Rusie 1889–1901 "The Hoosier Thunderbolt" New York Giants
Babe Ruth 1914–35 "Babe", "The Bambino", "Sultan of Swat" or "Colossus of Clout" New York Yankees [6]
Nolan Ryan 1966–93 "The Ryan Express" Texas Rangers
Ryne Sandberg 1981–97 "Ryno" Chicago Cubs
Ray Schalk 1912–29 "Cracker" Chicago White Sox
Mike Schmidt 1972–89 "Schmidty" Philadelphia Phillies
Tom Seaver 1967–86 "Tom Terrific" or "The Franchise" New York Mets
Al Simmons 1924–44 "Bucketfoot Al" Philadelphia Athletics
George Sisler 1915–30 "Gorgeous George" St. Louis Browns
Enos Slaughter 1938–59 "Country" St. Louis Cardinals
Ozzie Smith 1978–96 "The Wizard of Oz" or "The Wizard" St. Louis Cardinals
Duke Snider 1947–64 "The Silver Fox" of "Duke" Brooklyn Dodgers
Tris Speaker 1907–28 "Tris", "The Grey Eagle" or "Spoke" Cleveland Indians
Willie Stargell 1962–82 "Pops" Pittsburgh Pirates
Turkey Stearnes 1920–1942, 1945 "Turkey" Detroit Stars
Casey Stengel 1912–25, 1934–65 "Casey" and "The Old Professor" New York Yankees
Don Sutton 1966–88 "Black & Decker" Los Angeles Dodgers
Bill Terry 1923–36 "Memphis Bill" New York Giants
Frank Thomas 1990–2008 "The Big Hurt" Chicago White Sox
Sam Thompson 1885–98 "Big Sam Philadelphia Phillies
Pie Traynor 1920–37 "Pie" Pittsburgh Pirates
Dazzy Vance 1915–35 "Dazzy" Brooklyn Dodgers
Arky Vaughan 1932–48 "Arky" Pittsburgh Pirates
Rube Waddell 1897–1910 "Rube" Philadelphia Athletics
Honus Wagner 1897–1917 "The Flying Dutchman" or "Honus" Pittsburgh Pirates
Lloyd Waner 1927–45 "Little Poison" Pittsburgh Pirates
Paul Waner 1926–45 "Big Poison" Pittsburgh Pirates
Earl Weaver 1968–86 "Doodles" Baltimore Orioles
Willie Wells 1923, 1924–1936, 1942, 1944–1948 "Devil" St. Louis Stars
Zack Wheat 1909–27 "Buck" Brooklyn Dodgers
Billy Williams 1959–76 "Sweet Swingin' Billy from Whistler" Chicago Cubs
Hack Wilson 1923–34 "Hack" Chicago Cubs
Cyclone Joe Williams 1910–1932 "Smokey Joe" or "Cyclone" New York Lincoln Giants
Ted Williams 1939–60 "The Splendid Splinter", "Teddy Ballgame", "Thumper", or "Kid" Boston Red Sox
Dave Winfield 1973–95 "Winny" or the derogatory "Mr. May" San Diego Padres[7][8]
Early Wynn 1939–63 "Gus" Cleveland Indians
Carl Yastrzemski 1961–83 "Yaz" Boston Red Sox
Cy Young 1890–1911 "Cy" or "Cyclone" Cleveland Spiders
Ross Youngs 1917–26 "Pep" New York Giants
Robin Yount 1974–93 "The Kid" Milwaukee Brewers

Player nicknames by teamEdit

Atlanta Braves players nicknamesEdit

Baltimore Orioles players nicknamesEdit

Boston Red Sox players nicknamesEdit

Chicago Cubs players nicknamesEdit

Cincinnati Reds players nicknamesEdit

Cleveland Indians players nicknamesEdit

Colorado Rockies players nicknamesEdit

Detroit Tigers player nicknamesEdit

Houston Astros players nicknamesEdit

Kansas City Royals players nicknamesEdit

Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim players nicknamesEdit

Los Angeles Dodgers players nicknamesEdit

Milwaukee Brewers players nicknamesEdit

Minnesota Twins players nicknamesEdit

Montreal Expos players nicknamesEdit

New York Mets players nicknamesEdit

New York Yankees nicknamesEdit

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Oakland Athletics players nicknamesEdit

Philadelphia Phillies players nicknamesEdit


Pittsburgh Pirates players nicknamesEdit

St. Louis Cardinals players nicknamesEdit

San Diego Padres players nicknamesEdit

San Francisco Giants players nicknamesEdit

Seattle Mariners players nicknamesEdit

Tampa Bay Devil Rays/Rays Player NicknamesEdit

Texas Rangers players nicknamesEdit

Toronto Blue Jays players nicknamesEdit

Washington Nationals players nicknamesEdit

Managers, coaches, etc. nicknamesEdit

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

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