List of Negro league baseball players (E–L)

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This list consists of players who have appeared in Negro league baseball.


      Player inducted as a member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum

E[edit]

Name Debut Last Game Position Teams Ref
Charles Earle 1907 1919 Pitcher / Manager Cuban Giants, Philadelphia Giants, Brooklyn Royal Giants, New York Lincoln Giants, Grand Central Red Caps, Atlantic City Bacharach Giants [1]
Luke Easter 1946 1947 First baseman Homestead Grays [2]
Henry Elmore 1959 1962 Second baseman Philadelphia Stars, Birmingham Black Barons [3]
Oscar Estrada 1924 1925 Pitcher Cuban Stars (East), Cuban League [citation needed]
Felix Evans 1934 1949 Pitcher Atlanta Black Crackers, Memphis Red Sox, Jacksonville Red Caps, Indianapolis ABCs, Baltimore Elite Giants, Newark Eagles, Ethiopian Clowns, Birmingham Black Barons [4]
Frank Evans 1937 1950 Catcher Memphis Red Sox, Kansas City Monarchs, Detroit Stars, Cleveland Buckeyes, Birmingham Black Barons, Philadelphia Stars [5]
Lionel Evelyn 1949 1959 Pitcher Brooklyn Royal Giants, New York Cubans, Indianapolis Clowns, New York Black Yankees [6]

F[edit]

Name Debut Last Game Position Teams Ref
William Felder 1945 1954 Shortstop Newark Eagles, Indianapolis Clowns, Philadelphia Stars [7]
Albertus Fennar 1931 1946 Second baseman Harlem Stars, New York Black Yankees, Brooklyn Royal Giants, Atlantic City Bacharach Giants [8]
Bernard Fernandez 1938 1948 Pitcher Atlanta Black Crackers, Jacksonville Red Caps, Pittsburgh Crawfords, New York Black Yankees [9]
José Fernandez 1916 1950 Catcher Cuban Stars (East), Chicago American Giants, New York Cubans [10]
George Fiall 1920 1929 Infielder Lincoln Giants, Harrisburg Giants, Baltimore Black Sox, Brooklyn Royal Giants, Birmingham Black Barons [11]
Wilmer Fields 1940 1950 Pitcher / Third baseman Homestead Grays [12]
Robert Footes 1895 1906 Catcher Chicago Unions, Chicago Union Giants, Philadelphia Giants, Brooklyn Royal Giants [13]
Frank Forbes 1913 1919 Infielder Philadelphia Giants, New York Lincoln Stars, New York Lincoln Giants, Royal Poinciana Hotel, Pennsylvania Red Caps of New York, Atlantic City Bacharach Giants [14]
F. Sylvester 'Hooks' Foreman 1920 1923 Catcher Kansas City Monarchs, All Nations, Milwaukee Bears, Homestead Grays, Cleveland Browns (baseball), Indianapolis ABCs [15]
Bill Foster 1923 1937 Pitcher Memphis Red Sox, Chicago American Giants, Birmingham Black Barons, Homestead Grays, Kansas City Monarchs, Pittsburgh Crawfords [16]
Rube Foster 1902 1917 Pitcher / Manager / Owner Chicago Union Giants, Cuban X-Giants, Philadelphia Giants, Leland Giants, Chicago American Giants [17]
Bud Fowler 1878 1895 Second baseman / Manager Page Fence Giants, Cuban Giants [18]
William "Bill" Francis 1906 1925 Third baseman / Manager Philadelphia Giants, Matanzas, New York Lincoln Giants, Club Fé, Chicago American Giants, Detroit Stars, Hilldale Club, Atlantic City Bacharach Giants, Cleveland Browns [19]
John Frye 1890 1896 First baseman York Inter-State Base Ball Club, Cuban Giants [20]

G[edit]

Name Debut Last Game Position Teams Ref
Judy Gans 1908 1925 Pitcher / Manager Cuban Giants, Brooklyn Royal Giants, Matanzas, New York Lincoln Giants, Paterson Smart Set, Club Fe, Chicago American Giants, Chicago Giants, Jewell's ABCs of Indianapolis [21]
Jelly Gardner 1919 1933 Outfielder Detroit Stars, Chicago American Giants, New York Lincoln Giants, Homestead Grays [22]
Bill Gatewood 1906 1928 Pitcher / Manager Leland Giants, Chicago Giants, Chicago American Giants, New York Lincoln Giants, St. Louis Giants, Detroit Stars, Birmingham Black Barons, among several others [23]
Ernest Gatewood 1914 1927 Catcher Philadelphia Giants, Schenectady Mohawk Giants, New York Lincoln Giants, New York Lincoln Stars, Brooklyn Royal Giants, Atlantic City Bacharach Giants [24]
John Gibbons 1941 1941 Pitcher Philadelphia Stars [25]
Walter Gibbons 1941 1949 Pitcher Philadelphia Stars, New York Black Yankees, Indianapolis Clowns [26]
Josh Gibson 1930 1946 Catcher Homestead Grays, Pittsburgh Crawfords, Mexican League [27]
Josh Gibson, Jr. 1949 1950 Third baseman Homestead Grays [28]
George Franklin Giles 1927 1938 First baseman Kansas City Monarchs, St. Louis Stars, Homestead Grays, Brooklyn Eagles, New York Black Yankees, Philadelphia Stars, Pittsburgh Crawfords [29]
Jim Gilliam 1946 1950 Second baseman Baltimore Elite Giants [30]
Louis Gillis 1946 1953 Catcher Atlanta Black Crackers, Birmingham Black Barons [31]
Willie Gisentaner 1920 1936 Pitcher Jacksonville Red Caps, Atlanta Black Crackers, Chicago American Giants, Columbus Buckeyes, Kansas City Monarchs, Atlantic City Bacharach Giants, Washington Potomacs, Harrisburg Giants, Newark Stars, Lincoln Giants, Colored All-Stars, Havana Red Sox, Cuban Stars (East), Louisville White Sox, Louisville Black Caps, Pittsburgh Crawfords, Nashville Elite Giants, Homestead Grays, Louisville Red Caps [32]
Butch Glass 1923 1930 Pitcher Birmingham Black Barons, Memphis Red Sox, St. Louis Stars, Kansas City Monarchs, Louisville White Sox, Chicago American Giants [29]
Stanley Glenn 1944 1950 Catcher Philadelphia Stars [citation needed]
Mike González 1910 1936 Catcher Cuban League, Cuban Stars (West), New York Lincoln Giants [citation needed]
René González 1947 1956 First baseman / Outfielder Mexican League, New York Cubans [citation needed]
Herald Gordon 1950 1950 Pitcher Chicago American Giants [33]
Wallace Gordon 1907 1915 Utility Player Cuban Giants, New York Black Sox, New York Lincoln Giants, Cuban Giants of Buffalo, Brooklyn All Stars, Indianapolis ABCs, Chicago Black Sox [34]
Harold Gould 1946 1948 Pitcher Philadelphia Stars [35]
Willie Grace 1942 1951 Outfielder Cleveland Buckeyes, Houston Eagles [36]
Charlie Grant 1896 1916 Second baseman Page Fence Giants, Cuban X-Giants, Philadelphia Giants, New York Lincoln Giants [37]
Frank Grant 1889 1903 Second baseman Cuban Giants, Page Fence Giants, Cuban X-Giants, Philadelphia Giants [38]
Leroy Grant 1911 1924 First Baseman Chicago American Giants, Club Fé, Lincoln Giants, Breakers Hotel, Indianapolis ABCs, Cleveland Browns [39]
Bill Greason 1948 1950 Pitcher Birmingham Black Barons [40]
Charles "Joe" Green 1900 1921 Outfielder Chicago Clippers, Columbia Giants, Chicago Union Giants, Leland Giants, Chicago Giants [13]
Willie Green 1915 1924 Third baseman Chicago American Giants, Chicago Giants, Detroit Stars, Pittsburgh Keystones, Kansas City Monarchs [41]
Joe Greene 1932 1948 Catcher Atlanta Black Crackers, Homestead Grays, Kansas City Monarchs, Cleveland Buckeyes [42]
Bob Griffith 1933 1949 Pitcher Baltimore Elite Giants, Mexican League, New York Black Yankees, Kansas City Monarchs, Philadelphia Stars, Indianapolis Clowns [43]
Acie Griggs 1946 1951 Second baseman Atlanta Black Crackers, New York Cubans, Birmingham Black Barons [44]

H[edit]

Name Debut Last Game Position Teams Ref
Raymond Haggins 1949 1958 Pitcher Memphis Red Sox [45]
Harold Hair 1953 1958 Third baseman Birmingham Black Barons, Kansas City Monarchs [46]
Sam Hairston 19__ 19__ Catcher Birmingham Black Barons, Indianapolis Clowns [citation needed]
J. B. Hairstone 1916 1922 Outfielder Baltimore Black Sox, Bacharach Giants [citation needed]
Blainey Hall 1914 1923 Outfielder / Manager New York Lincoln Giants, Breakers Hotel, Brooklyn Royal Giants, Baltimore Black Sox [14]
Arthur Hamilton 1953 1959 Catcher Indianapolis Clowns, Detroit Stars [47]
Henry Hannon 1908 1920 Outfielder / Manager Cuban Giants, Philadelphia Giants, St. Louis Giants, Chicago Giants, French Lick Plutos, Louisville White Sox, Montgomery Grey Sox [48]
Chuck Harmon 1947 1947 Outfielder Indianapolis Clowns [49]
Chick Harper 1911 1920 Outfielder Kansas City Giants, Chicago Union Giants, Kansas City Monarchs, Detroit Stars [50]
Isaiah Harris 1948 1956 Pitcher Memphis Red Sox [51]
Lonnie Harris 1953 1960 Outfielder Birmingham Black Barons, Memphis Red Sox [52]
Nathan Harris 1898 1913 Third baseman Pittsburgh Keystones, Smoky City Giants, Columbia Giants, Cuban Giants, Leland Giants, Philadelphia Giants, Club Fe, Chicago Giants, Paterson Smart Set [13]
Willie Harris 1954 1957 First baseman Memphis Red Sox, Birmingham Black Barons [53]
Wilmer Harris 1945 1952 Pitcher Philadelphia Stars [54]
Vic Harris 1923 1950 Outfielder / Manager Cleveland Tate Stars, Homestead Grays, Pittsburgh Crawfords, Birmingham Black Barons [55]
J. C. Hartman 1955 1955 Shortstop Kansas City Monarchs [56]
John Head 1951 1951 Outfielder Kansas City Monarchs [57]
Jay Heard 19__ 19__ Pitcher Birmingham Black Barons, Memphis Red Sox, Houston Eagles [citation needed]
Neale Henderson 1949 1953 Shortstop Kansas City Monarchs [58]
Joe Henry 1950 1959 Second baseman / Third baseman Memphis Red Sox, Indianapolis Clowns, Detroit Stars [59]
Desiderio Hernández 1908 1916 First Baseman Habana Rojo Baseball Club, Habana, Almendares, All Nations [60]
José Hernández 1915 1927 Pitcher San Francisco Park, Cuban Stars (West), St. Petersburg Saints, Miami Hustlers [61]
Mike Herrera 1915 1928 Second baseman [citation needed]
Pancho Herrera 1952 1954 First baseman Kansas City Monarchs [62]
Joe Hewitt 1910 1931 Shortstop St. Louis Giants, Lincoln Giants, Lincoln Stars, Brooklyn Royal Giants, Grand Central Red Caps, Detroit Stars, Indianapolis ABCs, St. Louis Stars, Milwaukee Bears, Birmingham Black Barons, Chicago American Giants, Dayton Stars, Nashville Elite Giants, Cleveland Cubs [63]
John Hill 1903 1910 Third Baseman / Shortstop Cuban X-Giants, Philadelphia Giants, Cuban Giants, Brooklyn Royal Giants, New York Black Sox [64]
Pete Hill 1899 1925 Outfielder Pittsburgh Keystones, Cuban X-Giants, Philadelphia Giants, Leland Giants, Chicago American Giants, Detroit Stars, Milwaukee Bears, Baltimore Black Sox [65]
Bruce Hocker 1913 1920 First Baseman West Baden Sprudels, Louisville White Sox, Chicago Black Sox, Indianapolis ABCs, Lincoln Stars, Pennsylvania Red Caps of New York, Hilldale Club, Dayton Marcos [66]
Carl Holden 1960 1960 Catcher Birmingham Black Barons [67]
Bill Holland 1920 1941 Pitcher / Manager Detroit Stars, Chicago American Giants, New York Lincoln Giants, Brooklyn Royal Giants, Hilldale Daisies, New York Black Yankees, Philadelphia Stars [68]
Billy Holland 1894 1908 Pitcher / Infielder Chicago Unions, Page Fence Giants, Columbia Giants, Leland Giants, Brooklyn Royal Giants, Philadelphia Giants [13]
Ulysses Hollimon 1948 1956 Pitcher Birmingham Black Barons, Baltimore Elite Giants [69]
Crush Holloway 1921 1939 Outfielder Indianapolis ABCs, Baltimore Black Sox, Hilldale Daisies, Detroit Stars, New York Black Yankees, Atlantic City Bacharach Giants, Brooklyn Eagles, Baltimore Elite Giants [70]
George Hopkins 1890 1909 Pitcher / 2nd Baseman Chicago Unions, Algona Brownies, Chicago Union Giants, Minneapolis Keystones [13]
Gordon Hopkins 1952 1954 First baseman Indianapolis Clowns [71]
Will Horn 1899 1910 Pitcher Chicago Unions, Algona Brownies, Philadelphia Giants, Philadelphia Quaker Giants, Leland Giants, Cuban Stars (West) [13]
Dave Hoskins 19__ 19__ Pitcher [citation needed]
Elston Howard 1948 1950 Catcher Kansas City Monarchs [72]
Jess Hubbard 1917 1935 Pitcher / Outfielder Brooklyn Royal Giants, Hilldale Daisies, New York Lincoln Giants, Atlantic City Bacharach Giants, Baltimore Black Sox, Homestead Grays, New York Black Yankees [73]
Sammy T. Hughes 1931 1946 Second baseman Louisville White Sox, Washington Pilots, Nashville Elite Giants, Columbus Elite Giants, Washington Elite Giants, Baltimore Elite Giants, Mexican League [74]
Cowan Hyde 1924 1954 Outfielder Memphis Red Sox, Birmingham Black Barons, Cincinnati Tigers, Memphis Red Sox, Mexican League, Chicago American Giants [75]
Harry Hyde 1902 1906 Infielder / Pitcher Chicago Union Giants [13]

I[edit]

Name Debut Last Game Position Teams Ref
Monte Irvin 1938 1948 Outfielder Newark Eagles [76]
James Ivory 1957 1960 First baseman Birmingham Black Barons [77]

J[edit]

Name Debut Last Game Position Teams Ref
William Jackson 1890 1906 Pitcher / Outfielder York Monarchs, Ansonia Cuban Giants, Cuban X-Giants [78]
Augustus "Gus" James 1907 1912 Utility player Brooklyn Royal Giants, Paterson Smart Set [1]
Jim Jeffries 1913 1931 Pitcher/Outfielder Indianapolis ABCs, Royal Poinciana Team, Harrisburg Giants, Baltimore Black Sox, Birmingham Black Barons [79]
Clarence Jenkins 1946 1947 Second baseman Memphis Red Sox [80]
Fats Jenkins 1920 1940 Left fielder New York Lincoln Giants, Atlantic City Bacharach Giants, Harrisburg Giants, Hilldale Daisies, Baltimore Black Sox, Pittsburgh Crawfords, New York Black Yankees, Brooklyn Eagles, Brooklyn Royal Giants, Philadelphia Stars [81]
James Jenkins 1951 1954 Outfielder Indianapolis Clowns, Detroit Stars [82]
Pee Wee Jenkins 1944 1953 Pitcher Indianapolis Clowns, New York Cubans, Birmingham Black Barons [83]
Jeep Jessup 1940 1948 Pitcher Birmingham Black Barons, Chicago American Giants [84]
Sam Jethroe 1938 1948 Center fielder Indianapolis ABCs, Cincinnati Buckeyes, Cleveland Buckeyes [85]
Byron Johnson 1937 1940 Shortstop Kansas City Monarchs [citation needed]
Chappie Johnson 1896 1919 Catcher Page Fence Giants, Chicago Columbia Giants, Chicago Union Giants, Cuban X-Giants, Philadelphia Giants, St. Paul Colored Gophers, Leland Giants, Chicago Giants, St. Louis Giants, Brooklyn Royal Giants, Atlantic City Bacharach Giants [86]
Charles Johnson 19__ 19__ [citation needed]
Connie Johnson 1940 1950 Pitcher Kansas City Monarchs [87]
Curtis Johnson 1950 1950 Pitcher Kansas City Monarchs [88]
Dicta Johnson 1915 1923 Pitcher Chicago American Giants, Indianapolis ABCs, Detroit Stars, Pittsburgh Keystones, Toledo Tigers, Milwaukee Bears [citation needed]
Donald Johnson 1949 1952 Infielder Chicago American Giants, Philadelphia Stars [89]
Ernest Johnson 1949 1953 Pitcher / Outfielder Kansas City Monarchs [90]
George Johnson 1918 1928 Outfielder Hilldale Club, Brooklyn Royal Giants, Lincoln Giants, Philadelphia Tigers, Bacharach Giants [91]
Home Run Johnson 1895 1916 Shortstop Page Fence Giants, Chicago Columbia Giants, Chicago Unions, Cuban X-Giants, Philadelphia Giants, Brooklyn Royal Giants, Leland Giants, Chicago Giants, New York Lincoln Giants, New York Lincoln Stars [92]
Jack Johnson 1907 1911 Infielder / Manager Chicago Union Giants, Minneapolis Keystones, Kansas City Giants [93]
Judy Johnson 1918 1937 Third baseman Bacharach Giants, Hilldale Club, Homestead Grays, Pittsburgh Crawfords [94]
Lou Johnson 1955 1955 Outfielder Kansas City Monarchs [95]
Mamie Johnson 1953 1955 Pitcher Indianapolis Clowns [96]
Oscar Johnson 1922 1933 Outfielder / Catcher / Second baseman Kansas City Monarchs, Baltimore Black Sox, Harrisburg Giants, Cleveland Tigers, Memphis Red Sox [97]
Ralph Johnson 1950 1954 Infielder Birmingham Black Barons, Indianapolis Clowns, Kansas City Monarchs [98]
Thomas Johnson 1940 1940 Pitcher Philadelphia Stars [99]
Wade Johnston 1920 1933 Pitcher Detroit Stars, Indianapolis ABCs, Cleveland Tate Stars, Kansas City Monarchs, Baltimore Black Sox, St. Louis Stars [29]
Abe Jones 1887 1894 Catcher / Manager Unions, Chicago Unions [13]
Ralph Waldo Emerson Jones 19__ 19__ [citation needed]
Slim Jones 1932 1938 Pitcher Baltimore Black Sox, Philadelphia Stars [citation needed]
Willis Jones 1895 1909 Outfielder Chicago Unions, Chicago Union Giants, St. Paul Colored Gophers, Minneapolis Keystones [13]
Robert Jordan 1903 1907 First baseman Cuban X-Giants, Philadelphia Giants, Brooklyn Royal Giants [78]
Newt Joseph 1922 1939 Third baseman / Manager Kansas City Monarchs, All Nations, Gilkerson's Union Giants [100]

K[edit]

Name Debut Last Game Position Teams Ref
Cecil Kaiser 1945 1949 Pitcher Homestead Grays, Pittsburgh Crawfords, Mexican League [101]
Dan Kennard 1913 1925 Catcher French Lick Plutos, West Baden Sprudels, Chicago American Giants, Indianapolis ABCs, Chicago Black Sox, St. Louis Giants, St. Louis Stars, Detroit Stars [102]
Harry Kenyon 1917 1929 Pitcher Texas All Stars, Brooklyn Royal Giants, Indianapolis ABCs, Hilldale Club, Chicago American Giants, New York Lincoln Giants, Detroit Stars, Memphis Red Sox, Kansas City Monarchs [103]
Henry Kimbro 1937 1950 Outfielder / Manager Washington Elite Giants, Baltimore Elite Giants, New York Black Yankees, Birmingham Black Barons [104]
Larry Kimbrough 1942 1947 Pitcher Homestead Grays, Philadelphia Stars [105]
Eddie Klep 1946 1946 Pitcher Cleveland Buckeyes [citation needed]

L[edit]

Name Debut Last Game Position Teams Ref
José Leblanc 1912 1921 Pitcher Almendares, Philadelphia Giants, Cuban Stars (West) [106]
Scrip Lee 1922 1934 Pitcher Baltimore Black Sox, Hilldale Daisies, Atlantic City Bacharach Giants, Philadelphia Giants, Philadelphia Stars [107]
Willie James Lee 1956 1958 Pitcher Birmingham Black Barons, Kansas City Monarchs [108]
Larry LeGrande 1957 1959 Catcher Memphis Red Sox, Detroit Stars, Kansas City Monarchs [109]
Frank Leland 1887 1912 Outfielder / Manager Chicago Unions, Chicago Union Giants, Leland Giants, Chicago Giants [110]
Buck Leonard 1933 1950 First baseman / Outfielder Brooklyn Royal Giants, Homestead Grays [111]
William "Bill" Lindsay 1909 1914 Pitcher Kansas City, Kansas Giants, Leland Giants, Chicago American Giants [112]
William Lindsay 1931 1934 Shortstop Atlantic City Bacharach Giants, Washington Pilots [113]
William Little 1952 1957 Catcher Memphis Red Sox, Kansas City Monarchs [114]
Anthony Lloyd 1959 1959 Second baseman Birmingham Black Barons [115]
John Henry Lloyd 1906 1932 Shortstop / Manager Philadelphia Giants, New York Lincoln Giants, Chicago American Giants, Brooklyn Royal Giants, Atlantic City Bacharach Giants, among several others [116]
Lester Lockett 1938 1950 Outfielder Birmingham Black Barons, Cincinnati Buckeyes, Chicago American Giants, Indianapolis Clowns, Baltimore Elite Giants [117]
Carl Long 1952 1953 Outfielder Birmingham Black Barons [118]
Ernest Long 1948 1950 Pitcher Cleveland Buckeyes [119]
Fred T. Long 1920 1926 Outfielder Detroit Stars, Indianapolis ABCs [citation needed]
Alonzo Longware 1920 1920 Third Baseman Indianapolis ABCs, Detroit Stars [120]
Dick Lundy 1916 1948 Infielder / Manager Atlantic City Bacharach Giants, Hilldale Daisies, Baltimore Black Sox, Newark Dodgers, Newark Eagles, among several others [121]
Dolf Luque 1912 1912 Pitcher Cuban Stars (West) [citation needed]
Jimmie Lyons 1910 1925 Outfielder / Manager St. Louis Giants, New York Lincoln Giants, Indianapolis ABCs, Chicago Giants, Chicago American Giants, among several others [122]
Clarence Lytle 1901 1911 Pitcher Chicago Union Giants, St. Paul Colored Gophers [13]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "Luke Easter Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-08. 
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  4. ^ "Felix Evans Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-16. 
  5. ^ "Frank Evans Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-16. 
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  8. ^ "Albertus Fennar Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-16. 
  9. ^ "Bernard Fernandez Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-16. 
  10. ^ "José Fernandez Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-08. 
  11. ^ "Harrisburg Takes Two From Chester Team" Chester Times, Chester, PA, Monday, July 28, 1924, Page 8, Column 1
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  17. ^ "Rube Foster Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-08. 
  18. ^ "Bud Fowler Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-08. 
  19. ^ "Hilldale Wins Final" Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Friday, August 8, 1919, Page 14, Column 4
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  27. ^ "Josh Gibson Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-08. 
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  32. ^ "Colored Teams to Appear at Riverside Park" Portsmouth Times, Portsmouth, Ohio, September 16, 1936, Page 8, Column 7"
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  37. ^ "Charlie Grant Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-08. 
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  43. ^ "Bob Griffith Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-16. 
  44. ^ "Acie Griggs Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-16. 
  45. ^ "Raymond Haggins Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-16. 
  46. ^ "Harold Hair Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-16. 
  47. ^ "Arthur Hamilton Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-16. 
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  52. ^ "Lonnie Harris Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-16. 
  53. ^ "Willie Harris Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-16. 
  54. ^ "Wilmer Harris Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-16. 
  55. ^ "Vic Harris Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-08. 
  56. ^ "J. C. Hartman Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-16. 
  57. ^ "John Head Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-16. 
  58. ^ "Neale Henderson Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-16. 
  59. ^ "Joe Henry Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-08. 
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  68. ^ "Bill Holland Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-08. 
  69. ^ "Ulysses Hollimon Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-16. 
  70. ^ "Crush Holloway Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-16. 
  71. ^ "Gordon Hopkins Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-16. 
  72. ^ "Elston Howard Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-08. 
  73. ^ "Jess Hubbard Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-16. 
  74. ^ "Sammy T. Hughes Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-08. 
  75. ^ "Cowan Hyde Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-16. 
  76. ^ "Monte Irvin Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-08. 
  77. ^ "James Ivory Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-17. 
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  81. ^ "Fats Jenkins Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-08. 
  82. ^ "James Jenkins Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-17. 
  83. ^ "Pee Wee Jenkins Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-17. 
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  85. ^ "Sam Jethroe Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-08. 
  86. ^ "Chappie Johnson Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-08. 
  87. ^ "Connie Johnson Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-08. 
  88. ^ "Curtis Johnson Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-17. 
  89. ^ "Donald Johnson Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-17. 
  90. ^ "Ernest Johnson Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-17. 
  91. ^ "With Taber on Mound Chester Beats Hilldale" Chester Times, Chester, PA, Tuesday, July 29, 1924, Page 6, Column 1
  92. ^ "Home Run Johnson Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-08. 
  93. ^ "Keystones Trimmed Oelwein Saturday" Monday, July 13, 1908, Page 4, Column 3
  94. ^ "Judy Johnson Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-08. 
  95. ^ "Lou Johnson Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-17. 
  96. ^ "Mamie Johnson Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-08. 
  97. ^ "Oscar Johnson Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-08. 
  98. ^ "Ralph Johnson Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-17. 
  99. ^ "Thomas Johnson Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-17. 
  100. ^ "Newt Joseph Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-08. 
  101. ^ "Cecil Kaiser Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-08. 
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