Frank Dyll was one of the five white professional baseball players to be the first to join the Negro American League. He was signed to the Chicago American Giants in 1950 by Ted "Double Duty" Radcliffe with the support of the team’s owner, Dr. J.B. Martin, who was concerned about black players joining Major League teams. The other four young white players were Lou Chirban, Lou Clarizio, Al Dubetts and Stanley Miarka.
- Luke, Bob (2009). The Baltimore Elite Giants: Sport and Society in the Age of Negro League. p. 129.
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