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|Andrew H. Payne|
Payne in 1909
December 6, 1879|
|Died: August 22, 1942
New York, New York
|1902, for the Philadelphia Giants|
|1922, for the Philadelphia Giants of New York|
Payne was rumored to have gotten the nickname "Jap" due to his slanted eyes.
In August, 1907, Payne lost his temper and attacked an umpire, causing a near-riot, and his language occasionally forced umpires to throw him out of games.
- "Pottstown and Philadelphia Giants" Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Tuesday Morning, June 21, 1904, Page 10, Column 5
- "Cuban X-Giants are Champions" The Patriot, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Saturday, September 19, 1903, Page 7, Column 1
- "Frank Lelands' Chicago Giants Base Ball Club" Fraternal Printing Company, 1910
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- "Negro Leagues Baseball eMuseum: Personal Profiles: Jap Payne". coe.ksu.edu. Retrieved 2011-08-20.
- "The Base Ball Spirit In The East." Indianapolis Freeman, Indianapolis, Indiana, Saturday, December 25, 1909, Page 7, Columns 1 and 2
- Lester, Larry; Sammy J. Miller; Dick Clark (2000). Black baseball in Chicago. Arcadia Publishing. p. 28. ISBN 0-7385-0704-0.
- Negro league and Cuban League statistics and player information from Seamheads.com, or Baseball-Reference (Negro leagues)
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