Winters at the 1924 Colored World Series.
|Died: December 1971
|1919, for the Norfolk Stars|
|1933, for the Philadelphia Stars|
James Henry "Jesse" "Nip" Winters, Jr. (1899 in Washington, D.C. – December 1971 in Hockessin, Delaware) was a pitcher in Negro league baseball, playing for many top eastern teams from 1920 to 1933, and considered one of the top left-handed pitchers of his day.
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