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List of Negro league baseball players (M–R)

 

List of Negro league baseball players (M–R)

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

  • M 1
  • N 2
  • O 3
  • P 4
  • R 5
  • References 6

M

Name Debut Last Game Position Teams Ref
Lee Mabon 1958 1960 Shortstop Indianapolis Clowns [1]
Biz Mackey 1920 1950 Catcher / Manager Indianapolis ABCs, New York Lincoln Giants, Hilldale Daisies, Philadelphia Royal Giants, Washington Elite Giants, Baltimore Elite Giants, Philadelphia Stars, Newark Dodgers, Newark Eagles [2]
Raydell Maddix 1947 1953 Pitcher Indianapolis Clowns [3]
Dave Malarcher 1916 1934 Third baseman / Manager Indianapolis ABCs, Detroit Stars, Chicago American Giants, Chicago Columbia Giants, Cole's American Giants [4]
Max Manning 1938 1949 Pitcher Newark Eagles [5]
Joseph Marbury 1957 1958 Outfielder Indianapolis Clowns [6]
Rendon Marbury 1956 1958 Infielder Birmingham Black Barons, Indianapolis Clowns [7]
Oliver Marcelle 1918 1934 Third baseman Brooklyn Royal Giants, Detroit Stars, Atlantic City Bacharach Giants, New York Lincoln Giants, Baltimore Black Sox [8]
Luis Márquez 1945 1948 Outfielder New York Black Yankees, Baltimore Elite Giants, Homestead Grays
Armando Marsans 1905 1923 Outfielder All Cubans, Cuban Stars (East)
Frank Marsh 1954 1958 First baseman Birmingham Black Barons, Kansas City Monarchs [9]
Bobby Marshall 1906 1923 First baseman Minneapolis Land-Lunds, Minneapolis Keystones, St. Paul Colored Gophers, Chicago Giants, All Nations [10]
Jack Marshall 1917 1928 Pitcher Tennessee Rats, Chicago American Giants, Detroit Stars, Lincoln Giants, Kansas City Monarchs [11]
Edward Martin 1951 1952 Pitcher Philadelphia Stars [12]
Horacio Martinez 1935 1947 Shortstop New York Cubans [13]
Hank Mason 1951 1954 Pitcher Kansas City Monarchs [14]
Verdell Mathis 1940 1950 Pitcher Memphis Red Sox, Philadelphia Stars [15]
Dell Matthews 1904 1905 Pitcher Chicago Union Giants, Leland Giants [10]
Willie Mays 1948 1950 Center fielder Birmingham Black Barons [16]
Tullie McAdoo 1908 1924 First baseman Kansas City Giants, St. Louis Giants, Chicago Giants, St. Louis Stars, Cleveland Browns [17]
Ernest McBride, Sr. 1930 1930 Memphis Red Sox
Dan McClellan 1903 1930 Pitcher / Manager Cuban X-Giants, Philadelphia Giants, Brooklyn Royal Giants, New York Lincoln Giants, Quaker Giants, Washington Potomacs [18]
Nathaniel McClinic 1946 1948 Outfield Cleveland Buckeyes, Birmingham Black Barons [19]
Butch McCord 1947 1950 First baseman / Outfielder Baltimore Elite Giants, Chicago American Giants [20]
Walter McCoy 1945 1949 Pitcher Chicago American Giants, Kansas City Monarchs [21]
William McCrary 1946 1947 Shortstop Kansas City Monarchs [22]
Gifford McDonald 1911 1921 Pitcher Brooklyn Royal Giants, Philadelphia Giants, New York Colored Giants, Bacharach Giants, Lincoln Giants, Detroit Stars [23]
Webster McDonald 1920 1940 Pitcher Detroit Stars, Washington Potomacs, Chicago American Giants, St. Louis Stars, Homestead Grays, Little Falls, Minnesota, Baltimore Black Sox, Hilldale Club, Washington Pilots, Philadelphia Stars [24]
Henry McHenry 1930 1951 Pitcher / Outfielder Kansas City Monarchs, New York Harlem Stars, Newark Browns, New York Black Yankees, Philadelphia Stars, Indianapolis Clowns
Will McMurray 1908 1915 Catcher St. Paul Colored Gophers, West Baden Sprudels [25]
Hurley McNair 1911 1937 Outfielder Chicago Giants, Chicago Union Giants, Chicago American Giants, All Nations, Detroit Stars, Kansas City Monarchs, Gilkerson's Union Giants, Cincinnati Tigers [26]
Tom Means 1900 1907 Pitcher Chicago Unions, Chicago Columbia Giants, Chicago Union Giants, St. Paul Colored Gophers [10]
José Méndez 1908 1926 Pitcher / Manager Brooklyn Royal Giants, Cuban Stars (West), All Nations, Chicago American Giants, Detroit Stars, Kansas City Monarchs [27]
Stanley Miarka 1950 1950 Chicago American Giants
Ira McKnight 1952 1963 Catcher Memphis Red Sox, Kansas City Monarchs [28]
John "Mule" Miles 1946 1949 Third baseman Chicago American Giants [29]
Joseph "Cannon Ball" Miller 1895 1906 Pitcher Page Fence Giants, Columbia Giants, Chicago Union Giants, Brooklyn Royal Giants [10]
Louis Miller 1910 1923 Third baseman / Manager Brooklyn Royal Giants, Paterson Smart Set, Cuban Giants of Buffalo, Philadelphia Giants, New York Colored Giants, Cuban Giants, New York Lincoln Stars, Atlantic City Bacharach Giants, Baltimore Black Sox [30]
Eugene Milliner 1902 1911 Outfielder Chicago Union Giants, Brooklyn Royal Giants, St. Paul Colored Gophers, Kansas City Royal Giants, Kansas City Giants [31]
Minnie Miñoso 1945 1948 Third baseman New York Cubans [32]
Alonzo Mitchell 1923 1941 Pitcher / Manager Baltimore Black Sox, Atlantic City Bacharach Giants, Jacksonville Red Caps, Birmingham Black Barons, Atlanta Black Crackers, Indianapolis ABCs [33]
Jessie Mitchell 1954 1959 Outfielder Birmingham Black Barons [34]
John Mitchell 1957 1960 Outfielder Detroit Stars, Birmingham Black Barons [35]
Sam Mongin 1907 1922 Third baseman Philadelphia Giants, Brooklyn Royal Giants, Club Fé, St. Louis Giants, Chicago Giants, New York Lincoln Stars, New York Lincoln Giants, Atlantic City Bacharach Giants [36]
Bill Monroe 1896 1914 Infielder Chicago Unions, Cuban X-Giants, Philadelphia Giants, Brooklyn Royal Giants, Quaker Giants, Chicago American Giants, Chicago Giants [37]
Henry W. Moore 1894 1913 Utility player Chicago Unions, Columbia Giants, Algona Brownies, Cuban X-Giants, Philadelphia Giants, Leland Giants, Chicago Giants, French Lick Plutos [10]
Dobie Moore 1920 1926 Shortstop / Outfielder Kansas City Monarchs [38]
James Moore 1934 1948 First baseman Atlanta Black Crackers, Newark Eagles, Baltimore Elite Giants [39]
Connie Morgan 1954 1955 Second baseman Indianapolis Clowns [40]
Barney Morris 19__ 19__ Pitcher Monroe Monarchs, Bismarck Churchills, Pittsburgh Crawfords, New York Cubans
Dink Mothell 1920 1934 Catcher Kansas City Monarchs, All Nations

N

Name Debut Last Game Position Teams Ref
Emilio Navarro 1928 1929 Shortstop Cuban Stars (East) [41]
Don Newcombe 1944 1945 Pitcher Newark Eagles [42]

O

Name Debut Last Game Position Teams Ref
Orlando O'Farrill 1949 1951 Shortstop Indianapolis Clowns, Philadelphia, Baltimore Elite Giants [43]
Alejandro Oms 1917 1935 Outfielder / Pitcher Cuban Stars (East), All Cubans, New York Cubans [44]
Buck O'Neil 1937 1955 First baseman / Manager Memphis Red Sox, Zulu Cannibal Giants, Kansas City Monarchs [45]
Warren O'Neil 1947 1947 Catcher Detroit Wolves [46]
Dip Orange 1925 1931 Infielder Birmingham Black Barons, Kansas City Monarchs, Cleveland Tigers, Detroit Stars [47]
Jackson Owens 1950 1955 Pitcher Chicago American Giants, Detroit Stars [48]
Walt Owens 1953 1955 Pitcher Detroit Stars [49]

P

Name Debut Last Game Position Teams Ref
Ted Page 1923 1937 Right fielder Brooklyn Royal Giants, Baltimore Black Sox, Homestead Grays, Pittsburgh Crawfords, Philadelphia Stars, among several others [50]
Satchel Paige 1926 1950 Pitcher Chattanooga Black Lookouts, Birmingham Black Barons, Pittsburgh Crawfords, Kansas City Monarchs, Philadelphia Stars, among several others [51]
Red Parnell 1926 1943 Outfielder / Manager Birmingham Black Barons, Monroe Monarchs, New Orleans Crescent Stars, Nashville Elite Giants, Philadelphia Stars, New York Black Yankees, Pittsburgh Crawfords [52]
Archie Pate 1909 1916 Pitcher / Outfielder St. Paul Colored Gophers, Minneapolis Keystones, Leland Giants, Brooklyn All Stars, Chicago Giants, Bowser's ABCs of Indianapolis [25]
John W. Patterson 1893 1907 Left fielder / Manager Page Fence Giants, Columbia Giants, Chicago Union Giants, Philadelphia Giants, Cuban X-Giants, Quaker Giants, Brooklyn Royal Giants [53]
Willie Patterson 1947 1957 First baseman Birmingham Black Barons, Memphis Red Sox, Chicago American Giants, Philadelphia Stars [54]
Jap Payne 1902 1919 Outfielder Philadelphia Giants, Cuban X-Giants, Brooklyn Royal Giants, Leland Giants, Chicago American Giants, Chicago Giants, New York Lincoln Stars, Chicago Union Giants [55]
Warren Peace 1945 1948 Pitcher Newark Eagles [56]
Lennie Pearson 1937 1950 First baseman / Outfielder / Manager Newark Eagles, Baltimore Elite Giants [57]
Eustaquio Pedroso 1907 1927 Pitcher Club Fé, Habana, Matanzas, Almendares, Cuban Stars (West) [58]
Charlie Peete 19__ 19__ Center fielder Indianapolis Clowns
Jim Pendleton 19__ 19__ Shortstop
Arthur D. Pennington 1940 1950 Outfielder Chicago American Giants, Pittsburgh Crawfords, Mexican League [59]
Bill Perkins 1928 1948 Catcher / Manager Birmingham Black Barons, Cleveland Cubs, Pittsburgh Crawfords, Cleveland Stars, Homestead Grays, Philadelphia Stars, Baltimore Elite Giants, New York Black Yankees [60]
William S. Peters 1887 1923 First Baseman / Manager / Owner Chicago Unions, Chicago Union Giants [10]
Bill Pettus 1909 1923 First baseman / Catcher / Manager Chicago Giants, New York Lincoln Giants, New York Lincoln Stars, Philadelphia Giants, Atlantic City Bacharach Giants, Hilldale Daisies, among several others [61]
Bruce Petway 1906 1925 Catcher / Manager Cuban X-Giants, Leland Giants, Brooklyn Royal Giants, Philadelphia Giants, Chicago American Giants, Detroit Stars [62]
Bill Pierce 1910 1924 Catcher / First Baseman / Manager Philadelphia Giants, Club Fé, Chicago American Giants, Mohawk Giants, New York Lincoln Stars, Royal Poinciana Hotel, New York Lincoln Giants, Pennsylvania Red Caps of New York, Atlantic City Bacharach Giants, Baltimore Black Sox, Detroit Stars [63]
Spot Poles 1909 1923 Center fielder Philadelphia Giants, New York Lincoln Giants, Brooklyn Royal Giants, New York Lincoln Stars, Hilldale Daisies, New York Bacharach Giants [64]
William Pope 1944 1948 Pitcher Pittsburgh Crawfords, Homestead Grays [65]
Andrew Porter 1932 1950 Pitcher Cleveland Cubs, Baltimore Elite Giants, Mexican League, Newark Eagles, Indianapolis Clowns [66]
Merle Porter 1946 1950 First baseman Kansas City Monarchs [67]
Bartolo Portuondo 1911 1923 Infielder Habana Park, Almendares, Cuban Stars (East), Cuban Stars (West), Kansas City Monarchs [68]
Cumberland Posey 1911 1946 Outfielder / Manager Homestead Grays, Detroit Wolves [69]
Russell Harold Powell 1914 1921 Catcher Indianapolis ABCs, Royal Poinciana Hotel [70]
William Powell 1945 1952 Pitcher Birmingham Black Barons [71]
Henry Presswood 1948 1952 Shortstop Cleveland Buckeyes, Kansas City Monarchs [72]
Marvin Price 1949 1952 First baseman Cleveland Buckeyes, Newark Eagles [73]
Charley Pride 1953 1958 Pitcher Memphis Red Sox, Birmingham Black Barons [74]
Mack Pride 1955 1956 Pitcher Memphis Red Sox, Kansas City Monarchs [75]
Anderson Pryor 1923 1933 Second Baseman Milwaukee Bears, Detroit Stars [76]
Wesley Pryor 1908 1914 Third baseman Chicago Union Giants, Cuban Stars (West), Leland Giants, Chicago American Giants, St. Louis Giants, Brooklyn Royal Giants, Lincoln Stars, Schenectady Mohawk Giants, Louisville White Sox [17]

R

Name Debut Last Game Position Teams Ref
Alex Radcliffe 1932 1946 Third baseman Chicago Giants, Cole's American Giants, New York Cubans, Chicago American Giants, Birmingham Black Barons, Indianapolis Clowns, Memphis Red Sox [77]
Ted Radcliffe 1928 1950 Catcher / Pitcher / Manager Detroit Stars, Homestead Grays, Chicago American Giants, Cincinnati Tigers, Memphis Red Sox, Birmingham Black Barons, among several others [78]
Samuel Ransom 1907 1907 Second Baseman St. Paul Colored Gophers [79]
Ted Rasberry 1954 1961 Second baseman Detroit Stars, Kansas City Monarchs [80]
Conrad L. Raiford 19__ 19__
Otto Ray 1920 1924 Catcher Kansas City Monarchs, Los Angeles White Sox, Chicago Giants, St. Louis Stars, Cleveland Tate Stars, Gilkerson's Union Giants [81]
Ulysses Redd 1940 1951 Infielder Birmingham Black Barons, Chicago American Giants [82]
Dick Redding 1911 1938 Pitcher / Manager New York Lincoln Giants, Brooklyn Royal Giants, Chicago American Giants, Atlantic City Bacharach Giants, among several others [83]
Wilson "Frog" Redus 1924 1940 Infielder Cleveland Browns, Indianapolis ABCs, St. Louis Stars, Kansas City Monarchs, Cleveland Stars, Columbus Blue Birds, Cleveland Giants, Cleveland Red Sox, Chicago American Giants [84]
Eddie Reed 1953 1955 Outfielder Memphis Red Sox [85]
Ben Reeves 1912 1913 Catcher All Nations
Othello Renfroe 1945 1950 Shortstop Kansas City Monarchs, Cleveland Buckeyes, Indianapolis Clowns [86]
George Richardson 1901 1903 Shortstop Chicago Union Giants, Algona Brownies
Bill Riggins 1920 1936 Shortstop Chicago American Giants, Detroit Stars, Cleveland Hornets, Homestead Grays, New York Lincoln Giants, Harlem Stars, New York Black Yankees, Brooklyn Royal Giants, Miami Giants [76]
Roy Roberts 1916 1934 Pitcher Bacharach Giants, Columbus Buckeyes
Charles Robertson 1919 1938 Pitcher Philadelphia Giants, Birmingham Black Barons, St. Louis Stars, Atlanta Black Crackers, Washington Black Senators [87]
Al Robinson 1905 1912 First baseman Brooklyn Royal Giants, Cuban X-Giants, Cuban Giants, Matanzas [88]
Bobby Robinson 1925 1942 Third baseman Indianapolis ABCs, Memphis Red Sox, Detroit Stars, St. Louis Stars, among several others [89]
Henry Robinson 1939 1950 Catcher Kansas City Monarchs, New York Black Yankees, Baltimore Elite Giants [90]
Jackie Robinson 1945 1945 Shortstop Kansas City Monarchs [91]
James Robinson 1952 1958 Second baseman Philadelphia Stars, Indianapolis Clowns, Kansas City Monarchs [92]
Neal Robinson 1934 1950 Outfielder Homestead Grays, Cincinnati Tigers, Memphis Red Sox [93]
Norman Robinson 1939 1950 Outfielder Baltimore Elite Giants, Birmingham Black Barons [94]
Robert "Ginney" Robinson 1902 1911 Catcher Chicago Columbia Giants, Leland Giants, Chicago Union Giants, Kansas City Giants [10]
William Robinson 1925 1942 Third baseman Indianapolis ABCs, Chicago American Giants, Birmingham Black Barons, Memphis Red Sox, Detroit Stars, St. Louis Stars [95]
Héctor Rodríguez 1939 1944 Third baseman New York Cubans
Vicente Rodríguez 1912 1923 Pitcher / Catcher Cuban Stars (West), Detroit Stars, Kansas City Monarchs, Cuban Stars (East)
Bullet Rogan 1917 1946 Pitcher / Manager All Nations, Kansas City Monarchs [96]
Jesse Rogers 1953 1954 Catcher Kansas City Monarchs [97]
Nat Rogers 1923 1946 Right fielder Harrisburg Giants, Chicago American Giants, Memphis Red Sox, Cole's American Giants [98]
Haywood Rose 1902 1910 First baseman Chicago Columbia Giants, Chicago Union Giants, Leland Giants, St. Paul Colored Gophers, Minneapolis Keystones, Louisville White Sox [10]
Merven Ryan 1915 1932 Pitcher / Outfielder Atlantic City Bacharach Giants, Hilldale Daisies, Homestead Grays, Baltimore Black Sox, New York Lincoln Giants, among several others [99]

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  2. ^ "Biz Mackey Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-09. 
  3. ^ "Raydell Maddix Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-17. 
  4. ^ "Dave Malarcher Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-09. 
  5. ^ "Max Manning Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-09. 
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  13. ^ "Horacio Martinez Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-09. 
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  45. ^ "Buck O'Neil Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-09. 
  46. ^ "Warren O'Neil Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-18. 
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  49. ^ "Walt Owens Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-18. 
  50. ^ "Ted Page Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-18. 
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  54. ^ "Willie Patterson Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-18. 
  55. ^ "Jap Payne Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-09. 
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  61. ^ "Bill Pettus Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-18. 
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  92. ^ "James Robinson Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-18. 
  93. ^ "Neal Robinson Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-09. 
  94. ^ "Norman Robinson Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-18. 
  95. ^ "William Robinson Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-18. 
  96. ^ "Bullet Rogan Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-09. 
  97. ^ "Jesse Rogers Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-18. 
  98. ^ "Nat Rogers Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-09. 
  99. ^ "Merven Ryan Profile". Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Kansas State University College of Education. Retrieved 2012-02-18. 
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