|Louis "Dicta" Johnson|
June 29, 1887|
Louis "Dicta" Johnson (born June 29, 1887) was an American spitball pitcher  in Negro League baseball and during the pre-Negro League years. He played from 1908 until 1923, mostly for the Indianapolis ABCs  and the Chicago American Giants.
In 1910 and 1911, Johnson followed many of his fellow Chicago players to the St. Paul Colored Gophers team, which became the Twin Cities Gophers in 1911. There he would play with Candy Jim Taylor, William Binga, Mule Armstrong, Sherman Barton, Johnny Davis and future College Football Hall of Fame legend Bobby Marshall.
Johnson pitched for the 183rd Infantry Team in 1918.
- "Mohawks Play A.B.C.'s" Indianapolis Star, Indianapolis, IN, Sunday, July 12, 1914, Page 3, Column 7
- "Ottos Will Face Real Pitcher Here Sunday" Logansport Pharos-Reporter, Logansport, IN, Tuesday, April 24, 1917, Page 5, Columns 2 and 3
- "Giants Walk Away With 183rd Bacon" Rockford Morning Star, Rockford, Illinois, Sunday, May 12, 1918, Page 25, Column 6
- "A.B.C.s Win and Lose" Cleveland Gazette, Cleveland, Ohio,, Saturday, August 28, 1920, Page 3, Column 4
- Riley, James A. (1994). The Biographical Encyclopedia of the Negro Baseball Leagues. New York: Carroll & Graf. ISBN 0-7867-0959-6.
- "Dicta Johnson - Seamheads.com Negro Leagues Database Powered by The Baseball Gauge". Seamheads.com. Retrieved 2012-01-08.
- Negro league and Cuban League statistics and player information from Seamheads.com, or Baseball-Reference (Negro leagues)
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