1902 – Born on the 2nd of March in New York City, New York. American baseball player and spy.
1909 – Became part of the Roseville Methodist Episcopal Church baseball team.
1910 – Berg family moved to the Roseville section of Newark.
1918 – At the age of 16, Berg graduated from Barringer High School.
– Newark Star-Eagle selected Berg and was named the team’s third baseman.
1919 – He transferred to Princeton University.
– Berg received a B.A., magna cum laude in modern languages.
– Freshman year, he played first base on an undefeated team.
1923 – Berg getting two hits in four at bats (2-4) with a single and a double, and making several marvelous plays at shortstop.
– On 27th of June he signed his first big league contract for $5,000 with the Robins.
– Berg picked up by the Boston Red Sox.
1939 – Made his first of three appearances on the radio quiz show, Information, Please!.
1942 – Berg was on assignment in the Caribbean and South America.
1943 – Accepted a position with the Office of Strategic Services for a salary of $3,800 a year.
– September, he was assigned to the Secret Intelligence branch of the OSS and given a place at the OSS Balkans desk.
– Berg was assigned to Project Larson, an OSS operation set up by OSS Chief of Special Projects John Shaheen.
1944 – On 4th of May Berg left for London and the start of his mission.
1952 – Hired by the CIA to use his old contacts from World War II to find out about Soviet atomic science.
1960 – Berg received many requests to write his memoirs, but turned them down.
1972 – Moe Berg died on 29th of May from injuries sustained in a fall at home.
2000 – Inducted into the Baseball Reliquary’s Shrine of the Eternals.