|James Blaine "Blainey" Hall|
|Outfielder / Manager|
|Born: January 17, 1889|
|Died: March 1, 1975 (aged 86)|
|1914, for the New York Lincoln Giants|
|1923, for the Baltimore Black Sox|
James Blaine "Blainey" Hall (born January 17, 1889 and died March 1975) was a Negro Leagues outfielder and manager for several years before the founding of the first Negro National League, and in its first few seasons.
Hall managed the Baltimore Black Sox in 1923.
He died in Baltimore, Maryland at the age of 86.