- Card series: Pioneer Portraits II: 1875-1899
- City: Brooklyn
- Team: Grays (AA)
- League: American Association
William H. Terry (1864-1915) was the first pitcher in the MLB history of the Brooklyn franchise and went on to win 197 games in his 14 year career. He won 20+ 4x. Threw 2 no-hitters and led the Bridegrooms to the ’89 AA title with 22 wins, then led them to the NL title in ’90 with 26 wins.
- Surrendered all 4 of Ed Delahanty’s HRs but won the game 9-8 on 7/13/96
- Adoring fans gave him his nickname, reflecting both his appealing appearance and character