|Born: November 24, 1884|
|Died: June 16, 1961|
|1908, for the Kansas City Giants|
|1924, for the Cleveland Browns|
Tullie McAdoo (November 24, 1884 – June 16, 1961) was an American baseball first baseman in the Negro Leagues. He played from 1908 to 1924 with several teams, playing mostly with the St. Louis Giants.
McAdoo worked first base for the Salt Lake City Occidental Club in 1910. The team finished second that year in the Utah state league. He moved back east to join the French Lick Plutos for the 1911 season, but came back to the Occidentals in May 1911. At some point in 1911, McAdoo moved East again to join the St. Louis Giants.
- "Baseball in the Windy City" Indianapolis Freeman, Indianapolis, IN, July 27, 1912
- "American Giants Win Fourth Straight Game" Indianapolis Freeman, Indianapolis, Indiana, Saturday, May 23, 1914, Page 4, Column 4 and 5
- Riley, James A. (1994). The Biographical Encyclopedia of the Negro Baseball Leagues. New York: Carroll & Graf. ISBN 0-7867-0959-6.
- "M'Adoo Arrives; Negroes Rejoice" Salt Lake Tribune, Salt Lake, Utah, Wednesday Morning, May 10, 1911, Page 11, Column 3
- "Giants Winners Over Kansas City, 7 to 5" St. Louis Globe-Democrat, St. Louis, Missouri, July 4, 1920, Page 12
- Negro league baseball statistics and player information from Seamheads.com, or Baseball-Reference (Negro leagues)
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