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List of Negro league baseball players (A–D)

 

List of Negro league baseball players (A–D)

This list consists of players who have appeared in Negro league baseball.


      Player inducted as a member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum

Contents

  • A 1
  • B 2
  • C 3
  • D 4
  • References 5

A

Name Debut Last Game Position Teams Ref
Hank Aaron 1952 1952 Shortstop Indianapolis Clowns [1]
José Acosta 1912 1930 Starting pitcher Cuban League
Koke Alexander 1918 1921 Outfielder Dayton Marcos, Columbus Buckeyes, Chicago Giants [2]
Herbert "Todd" Allen 1908 1919 Third baseman Indianapolis ABCs, French Lick Plutos, New York Lincoln Giants [3]
Newt Allen 1922 1947 Second Baseman / Manager All Nations, St. Louis Stars, Detroit Wolves, Homestead Grays, Kansas City Monarchs, Indianapolis Clowns [4]
Sam Allen 1957 1959 Outfielder Kansas City Monarchs [5]
Toussaint Allen 1914 1928 First Baseman Havana Red Sox, Hilldale Club, Wilmington Potomacs, Newark Stars, Philadelphia Tigers [6]
Rafael Almeida 1904 1925 Third baseman Cuban League
George Altman 1955 1955 Outfielder Kansas City Monarchs [7]
Theodore M. Anderson 1920 1935 Second Baseman Denver White Elephants, Kansas City Monarchs, Washington Potomacs, Birmingham Black Barons, Indianapolis ABCs [8]
Jimmie Armstead 1938 1949 Pitcher / Outfielder Indianapolis ABCs, St. Louis Stars, Baltimore Elite Giants, Philadelphia Stars [9]
Mule Armstrong 1909 1913 Catcher Buxton Wonders, St. Paul Colored Gophers, Twin City Gophers, French Lick Plutos, Chicago Giants [10]

B

Name Debut Last Game Position Teams Ref
Otha Bailey 1949 1959 Catcher Birmingham Black Barons, Chattanooga Choo-Choos, Cleveland Buckeyes, Houston Eagles [11]
Walter Ball 1906 1923 Pitcher Chicago Union Giants, Leland Giants, Chicago Giants, Brooklyn Royal Giants, St. Paul Colored Gophers [12]
Dan Bankhead 19__ 19__ Pitcher Memphis Red Sox [13]
Sam Bankhead 1931 1951 Infielder Birmingham Black Barons, Louisville Black Caps, Nashville Elite Giants, Kansas City Monarchs, Pittsburgh Crawfords, Homestead Grays, Monterrey Industriales, Farnham Pirates [14]
Ernie Banks 1950 1952 Shortstop Kansas City Monarchs [15]
Jesse Barber 1909 1922 Outfielder Philadelphia Giants, Club Fe, Chicago Giants, Chicago American Giants, Louisville White Sox, Indianapolis ABCs, Hilldale Club, Atlantic City Bacharach Giants, Detroit Stars, Harrisburg Giants [16]
Al Barks 1957 1957 First baseman New York Black Yankees
Bernardo Baró 1913 1930 Outfielder Cuban Stars (West), Cuban Stars (East), Kansas City Monarchs [17]
William Barnes 1940 1947 Pitcher Baltimore Elite Giants, Memphis Red Sox, Indianapolis Clowns [18]
Dave Barnhill 1937 1949 Pitcher Zulu Giants, Ethiopian Clowns, New York Cubans [19]
Herb Barnhill 1938 1946 Catcher Jacksonville Red Caps, Cleveland Bears, Kansas City Monarchs, Chicago American Giants [20]
Sherman Barton 1899 1911 Outfielder Chicago Columbia Giants, Chicago Union Giants, Leland Giants, St. Paul Colored Gophers, Chicago Giants [21]
Pepper Bassett 1934 1954 Catcher New Orleans Crescent Stars, Philadelphia Stars, Homestead Grays, Pittsburgh Crawfords, Chicago American Giants, Nuevo Laredo Tecolotes, Birmingham Black Barons [22]
John Beckwith 1916 1938 Infielder / Manager Chicago Giants, Chicago American Giants, Baltimore Black Sox, Harrisburg Giants, Homestead Grays, Lincoln Giants, Baltimore Black Sox, Newark Browns, New York Black Yankees, among several others [23]
Cliff Bell 1921 1931 Pitcher Kansas City Monarchs, Memphis Red Sox, Cleveland Cubs [24]
Cool Papa Bell 1922 1950 Center fielder St. Louis Stars, Detroit Wolves, Kansas City Monarchs, Homestead Grays, Pittsburgh Crawfords, Memphis Red Sox, Chicago American Giants, Kansas City Stars [25]
William Bell 1923 1948 Pitcher / Manager Kansas City Monarchs, Detroit Wolves, Homestead Grays, Pittsburgh Crawfords, Newark Dodgers, Newark Eagles [26]
William Bell, Jr. 1949 1954 Pitcher Kansas City Monarchs, Birmingham Black Barons [27]
Sam Bennett 1908 1925 Outfielder St. Louis Giants, Chicago American Giants, Lincoln Giants, Louisville White Sox, Dayton Marcos, St. Louis Stars [28]
Gene Benson 1937 1948 Center fielder Philadelphia Stars, Homestead Grays
Junius Bibbs 1933 1944 Infielder Detroit Stars, Cincinnati Tigers, Kansas City Monarchs, Chicago American Giants, Cleveland Buckeyes
William Binga 1895 1926 3rd Baseman / Catcher Page Fence Giants, Columbia Giants, Chicago Union Giants, Philadelphia Giants, Chicago Union Giants, Leland Giants, Minneapolis Keystones, St. Paul Colored Gophers [21]
Bingo Bingham 1909 1921 Outfielder West Baden Sprudels, French Lick Plutos, Chicago Union Giants, Chicago Giants [29]
Joe Black 1943 1950 Pitcher Baltimore Elite Giants [30]
Henry Blackman 1920 1924 Third baseman New York Lincoln Giants, Indianapolis ABCs, Baltimore Black Sox [31]
Charlie Blackwell 1915 1929 Outfielder West Baden Sprudels, St. Louis Giants, Indianapolis ABCs, St. Louis Stars, Birmingham Black Barons, Detroit Stars, Bacharach Giants, Nashville Elite Giants [32]
Bill Blair 1946 1951 Pitcher Cincinnati Clowns, Cincinnati Crescents [33]
Frank Blattner 1912 1921 Utility player All Nations, Kansas City Monarchs
Robert Bonner 1921 1926 Infielder Cleveland Tate Stars, Toledo Tigers, St. Louis Stars, Cleveland Browns, Cleveland Elites [34]
Pete Booker 1907 1917 First baseman, Catcher Leland Giants, Habana, Lincoln Giants, Philadelphia Giants, Chicago American Giants, Chicago Giants [21]
Lyman Bostock, Sr. 1938 1954 First baseman Brooklyn Royal Giants, Birmingham Black Barons, Chicago American Giants
Bob Boyd 1947 1949 First baseman Memphis Red Sox [35]
Philip "Phil" Bradley 1907 1914 Catcher / Manager Cuban Giants, Brooklyn Royal Giants, Matanzas, Leland Giants, New York Lincoln Giants, Paterson Smart Set, Schenectady Mohawk Giants [36]
Jesse Bragg 1907 1918 Third Baseman Cuban Giants, Habana, Brooklyn Royal Giants, Schenectady Mohawk Giants, Cuban Giants of Buffalo, Philadelphia Giants, New York Lincoln Stars, New York Lincoln Giants [37]
William Breda 1950 1955 Outfielder Kansas City Monarchs, Birmingham Black Barons [38]
Chet Brewer 1924 1948 Pitcher Kansas City Monarchs, Washington Pilots, Brooklyn Royal Giants, New York Cubans, Mexican League, Philadelphia Stars, Cleveland Buckeyes, Chicago American Giants [39]
Sherwood Brewer 1948 1957 Outfielder / Infielder Kansas City Monarchs, Indianapolis Clowns, New York Cubans [40]
Chippy Britt 1920 1944 Pitcher / Catcher Baltimore Black Sox, Philadelphia Royal Giants, Homestead Grays, Hilldale Daisies, Newark Dodgers, Washington Black Senators, Baltimore Elite Giants, Brooklyn Royal Giants, Cleveland Buckeyes, among several others [41]
Irvin Brooks 1918 1922 Pitcher / Second Baseman Brooklyn Royal Giants [42]
Clifford Brown 1949 1951 Infielder Philadelphia Stars [43]
Dave Brown 1917 1925 Pitcher Chicago American Giants, Bacharach Giants, Cuban League, New York Lincoln Giants [44]
George Brown 1909 1921 Outfielder West Baden Sprudels, Indianapolis ABCs, St. Louis Giants, Dayton Marcos, Columbus Buckeyes, Cleveland Tate Stars, Detroit Stars [45]
Ike Brown 19__ 19__ Kansas City Monarchs
Larry Brown 1919 1938 Catcher / Manager Birmingham Black Barons, Indianapolis ABCs, Pittsburgh Keystones, Memphis Red Sox, Detroit Stars, Chicago American Giants, New York Lincoln Giants, New York Black Yankees, Philadelphia Stars [46]
Ray Brown 1930 1948 Pitcher Dayton Marcos, Indianapolis ABC's, Detroit Wolves, Homestead Grays [47]
Willard Brown 1936 1950 Outfielder Kansas City Monarchs [48]
Barney Brown 1931 1949 Pitcher / Outfielder New York Cubans, Philadelphia Stars, New York Black Yankees, among several others
Harry Buckner 1896 1918 Pitcher / Outfielder Chicago Unions, Columbia Giants, Philadelphia Giants, Cuban X-Giants, Brooklyn Royal Giants, New York Lincoln Giants, Chicago Giants [49]
Walter Burch 1931 1946 Catcher / Manager Atlantic City Bacharach Giants, Newark Dodgers, Chicago American Giants, St. Louis Stars, Cleveland Buckeyes, among several others [50]
Ernest Burke 1946 1949 Pitcher / Outfielder Baltimore Elite Giants [51]
Peter Burns 1890 1900 Catcher Chicago Unions, Columbia Giants [21]
Frank Butler 1894 1895 Pitcher / Outfielder Chicago Union Giants [21]
Bill Byrd 1932 1950 Pitcher Columbus Blue Birds, Nashville Elite Giants, Cleveland Red Sox, Homestead Grays, Columbus Elite Giants, Washington Elite Giants, Baltimore Elite Giants [52]

C

Name Debut Last Game Position Teams Ref
Joe Caffie 19__ 19__ Catcher Cleveland Buckeyes
Jack Calvo 19__ 19__ Outfielder Cuban League
Andrew Campbell 1903 1910 Catcher Chicago Union Giants, Minneapolis Keystones, Illinois Giants, Kansas City Royal Giants [21]
Roy Campanella 1937 1945 Catcher Baltimore Elite Giants [53]
Rev Cannady 1921 1945 Infielder / Pitcher Homestead Grays, Harrisburg Giants, New York Lincoln Giants, Hilldale Daisies, Pittsburgh Crawfords, New York Black Yankees, Cincinnati-Indianapolis Clowns, among several others [54]
George Carr 1920 1934 Firstbaseman / Outfielder Kansas City Monarchs, Hilldale Club, New York Lincoln Giants, Atlantic City Bacharach Giants, Philadelphia Stars
Charles "Kid" Carter 1903 1906 Pitcher Philadelphia Giants, Brooklyn Royal Giants [55]
Marlin Carter 1932 1948 Infielder Monroe Monarchs, Memphis Red Sox, Cincinnati Tigers, Chicago American Giants
Paul Casanova 1961 1961 Catcher Indianapolis Clowns
Bill Cash 1943 1950 Catcher Philadelphia Stars [56]
Pelayo Chacón 1908 1931 Shortstop Club Fe, Almendares, Azul, Habana, Cuban Stars (West), Hilldale Club, Cuban Stars (East), Gilkerson's Union Giants, Cuban House of David [57]
Oscar Charleston 1915 1945 Center fielder / Manager Indianapolis ABCs, Harrisburg Giants, Hilldale Club, Homestead Grays, Pittsburgh Crawfords, among several others [58]
Lou Chirban 1950 19__ Chicago American Giants
Lou Clarizio 1950 19__ Chicago American Giants
Morten Clark 1908 1923 Shortstop Birmingham Giants, West Baden Sprudels, Philadelphia Giants, Schenectady Mohawk Giants, Brooklyn Royal Giants, New York Lincoln Stars, Indianapolis ABCs, Lincoln Giants, Washington Potomacs, Baltimore Black Sox [59]
Buster Clarkson 1937 1950 Shortstop / Third baseman Pittsburgh Crawfords, Newark Eagles, Philadelphia Stars
Nathaniel Clifton 1949 1949 First baseman Chicago American Giants
Phil Cockrell 1917 1934 Pitcher / Outfielder New York Lincoln Giants, Hilldale Daisies, Atlantic City Bacharach Giants, Philadelphia Stars [60]
Jim Cohen 1946 1952 Pitcher Indianapolis Clowns [61]
Francisco Coimbre 1940 1946 Outfielder New York Cubans [62]
Clarence Coleman 1914 1928 Catcher Chicago Union Giants, All Nations, Chicago Union Giants, Cleveland Tate Stars, Gilkerson's Union Giants, among several others
Jim Colzie 1946 1952 Pitcher Indianapolis Clowns, Atlanta Black Crackers [63]
Andy Cooper 1920 1940 Pitcher Detroit Stars, Kansas City Monarchs [64]
Sug Cornelius 1928 1946 Pitcher Nashville Elite Giants, Memphis Red Sox, Birmingham Black Barons, Cole's American Giants, Chicago American Giants, Cincinnati Buckeyes [65]
Sam Crawford 1910 1938 Pitcher / Manager Chicago Union Giants, Chicago American Giants, Kansas City Monarchs, Birmingham Black Barons, among several others
Sam Crow 1912 1916 Infielder All Nations, French Lick Plutos [66]
George Crowe 1948 1948 First baseman New York Black Yankees
Jimmie Crutchfield 1930 1941 Outfielder Birmingham Black Barons, Indianapolis ABCs, Pittsburgh Crawfords, Newark Eagles, Chicago American Giants
Chance Cummings 1916 1928 First baseman Bacharach Giants, Hilldale Club
Herman Cunningham 1920 1931 Shortstop Montgomery Grey Sox [67]
John Cunningham 1912 1920 Shortstop French Lick Plutos, St. Louis Giants, Dayton Marcos [68]
Rube Currie 1919 1932 Pitcher / Manager Chicago Union Giants, Kansas City Monarchs, Hilldale Club, Chicago American Giants, Detroit Stars, Baltimore Black Sox

D

Name Debut Last Game Position Teams Ref
Ray Dandridge 1933 1949 Third baseman Detroit Stars, Nashville Elite Giants, Newark Dodgers, Newark Eagles, Mexican League, New York Cubans [69]
Leon "Pepper" Daniels 1921 1935 Catcher Detroit Stars, Harrisburg Giants, Chicago American Giants, Atlantic City Bacharach Giants, Brooklyn Eagles [24]
Frank "Bunch" Davis 1906 1911 Shortstop Chicago Union Giants, St. Paul Colored Gophers, Minneapolis Keystones, Chicago American Giants [70]
Charlie Davis 1950 1955 Pitcher Memphis Red Sox [71]
Johnny Davis 1902 1915 Pitcher Columbia Giants, Chicago Union Giants, Leland Giants, Philadelphia Giants, Club Fé, Cuban Stars, St. Paul Colored Gophers, French Lick Plutos, Chicago Giants [21]
Ross Davis 1940 1947 Pitcher Baltimore Elite Giants, Cleveland Buckeyes [72]
Piper Davis 1942 1950 Second baseman Birmingham Black Barons [73]
Walter C. Davis 1920 1926 Outfielder / Manager Dayton Marcos, Chicago Giants, Detroit Stars, Gilkerson's Union Giants
Leon Day 1934 1950 Pitcher Baltimore Black Sox, Brooklyn Eagles, Newark Eagles, Homestead Grays, Baltimore Elite Giants [74]
Connie Day 1917 1932 Infielder Indianapolis ABCs, St. Louis Giants, Baltimore Black Sox, Harrisburg Giants, Bacharach Giants [75]
Felix Delgado 1936 1949 Outfielder Cuban Stars (West), New York Cubans [76]
Bingo DeMoss 1910 1930 Second baseman / Manager Chicago Giants, Chicago American Giants, Indianapolis ABCs, Detroit Stars [77]
Wesley Dennis 1942 1955 First baseman / Outfielder Baltimore Elite Giants, Philadelphia Stars, Birmingham Black Barons [78]
Josh Devoe 1913 1920 Catcher / Manager Honolulu Team, Chicago American Giants, Chicago Giants, Cleveland Tate Stars [79]
Pedro Dibut 1923 1923 Pitcher Cuban Stars (West) [80]
Martín Dihigo 1922 1950 Pitcher / Second baseman Cuban League, Cuban Stars (East), Homestead Grays, Hilldale Giants, New York Cubans, Mexican League [81]
Dizzy Dismukes 1913 1951 Pitcher / Manager Brooklyn Royal Giants, Lincoln Stars, Indianapolis ABCs, Dayton Marcos, Pittsburgh Keystones, Birmingham Black Barons, Memphis Red Sox, St. Louis Stars, Chicago American Giants, Columbus Blue Birds, Kansas City Monarchs, among several others [82]
Rap Dixon 1922 1937 Outfielder Harrisburg Giants, Washington Potomacs, Chicago American Giants, Baltimore Black Sox, Hilldale Daisies, Pittsburgh Crawfords, Washington Pilots, Philadelphia Stars, Brooklyn Eagles, New York Cubans, Homestead Grays [83]
Larry Doby 1942 1946 Centerfielder Newark Eagles [84]
John Donaldson 1912 1934 Pitcher All Nations, Indianapolis ABCs, Brooklyn Royal Giants, Detroit Stars, Chicago American Giants, Kansas City Monarchs, Gilkerson's Union Giants [85]
Charles "Pat" Dougherty 1909 1918 Pitcher West Baden Sprudels, Leland Giants, Chicago American Giants, Chicago Giants [86]
Joe Douse 1952 1953 Pitcher Kansas City Monarchs [87]
Bunny Downs 1916 1928 Second baseman West Baden Sprudels, St. Louis Giants, Indianapolis ABCs, Hilldale Daisies, Atlantic City Bacharach Giants, Lincoln Giants, Brooklyn Royal Giants, Philadelphia Tigers [88]
Bill Drake 1915 1927 Pitcher All Nations, St. Louis Giants, St. Louis Stars, Kansas City Monarchs, Indianapolis ABCs, Dayton Marcos, Memphis Red Sox, Detroit Stars
Al Dubetts 1950 19__ Chicago American Giants
Clifford DuBose 1957 1959 Third baseman Memphis Red Sox, Birmingham Black Barons [89]
Mahlon Duckett 1940 1950 Infielder Philadelphia Stars, Homestead Grays [90]
James Dudley 1938 1947 Catcher Baltimore Elite Giants [91]
Louis Dula 1933 1939 Pitcher Homestead Grays [22]
William Dumpson 1950 1953 Pitcher / Outfielder Indianapolis Clowns, Homestead Grays, Philadelphia Stars, New York Black Yankees [92]
Ashby Dunbar 1908 1920 Outfielder Philadelphia Giants, Brooklyn Royal Giants, Club Fe, New York Lincoln Giants, Paterson Smart Set, Schenectady Mohawk Giants, Louisville White Sox, Chicago Black Sox, Indianapolis ABCs, New York Lincoln Stars, Pennsylvania Red Caps of New York [36]
Frank Duncan 1920 1935 Catcher Chicago Giants, Kansas City Monarchs, Pittsburgh Crawfords, New York Cubans [93]
Melvin Duncan 1949 1956 Pitcher / Outfielder Kansas City Monarchs, Detroit Stars [94]
Jake Dunn 1930 1940 Shortstop / Outfielder Detroit Stars, Washington Pilots, Baltimore Black Sox, Nashville Elite Giants, Philadelphia Stars [95]
Eddie Dwight 1925 1937 Center fielder Kansas City Monarchs, Indianapolis ABCs [96]
Frank Dyall 1950 19__ Chicago American Giants

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