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List of Negro league baseball players (S–Z)

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

S

Name Debut Last Game Position Teams Ref
Thomas Sampson 1940 1949 Second baseman / Manager Birmingham Black Barons, Chicago American Giants, New York Cubans [1]
James Sanders 1956 1958 Outfielder Kansas City Monarchs [2]
Carlos Manuel Santiago 1945 1946 Second baseman Atlanta Black Crackers, New York Cubans
José Santiago 1947 1948 Pitcher New York Cubans
Louis Santop 1909 1926 Catcher / Manager Philadelphia Giants, New York Lincoln Giants, Brooklyn Royal Giants, Chicago American Giants, New York Lincoln Stars, Hilldale Daisies [3]
George Scales 1921 1948 Second baseman / Manager Montgomery Grey Sox, Pittsburgh Keystones, St. Louis Giants, St. Louis Stars, New York Lincoln Giants, Homestead Grays, Newark Stars, Baltimore Elite Giants, New York Black Yankees, Philadelphia Stars, Birmingham Black Barons [4]
Joe Scotland 1909 1919 Outfielder Birmingham Giants, Indianapolis ABCs, Louisville White Sox, Chicago Union Giants, Indianapolis Jewell's ABCs [5]
Ed Scott 1940 1952 Outfielder Indianapolis Clowns [6]
Eugene Scott 1917 1920 Catcher Texas All Stars, Lincoln Giants, Detroit Stars [7]
Joe B. Scott 1936 1956 Outfielder New York Black Yankees, Pittsburgh Crawfords, Chicago American Giants, Memphis Red Sox, Zulu Cannibal Giants [8]
Robert "Bob" Scott 1919 1923 Outfielder St. Louis Giants, Brooklyn Royal Giants [9]
Robert Scott 1946 1950 Pitcher New York Black Yankees, Memphis Red Sox [10]
Eugene Scruggs 1957 1958 Pitcher Detroit Stars, Kansas City Monarchs [11]
John Shackleford 1924 1930 Outfielder Cleveland Browns, Harrisburg Giants, Chicago American Giants, Birmingham Black Barons [12]
James Shawler 1908 1913 Outfielder Indianapolis ABCs, Chicago Union Giants, Minneapolis Keystones [13]
George Shively 1910 1924 Outfielder West Baden Sprudels, Indianapolis ABCs, Atlantic City Bacharach Giants, Brooklyn Royal Giants, Washington Potomacs [14]
Pedro Sierra 1954 1958 Pitcher Indianapolis Clowns, Detroit Stars [15]
Arthur Simmons 1957 1958 Pitcher Kansas City Monarchs [16]
Hubert Simmons 1950 1951 Pitcher Baltimore Elite Giants [17]
Silas Simmons 1913 1929 Pitcher / Outfielder Homestead Grays, New York Lincoln Giants, Cuban Stars (East)
Willie Simms 1936 1943 Outfielder Monroe Monarchs, Cincinnati Tigers, Kansas City Monarchs, Chicago American Giants [18]
Herbert Simpson 1951 1951 First baseman Chicago American Giants [19]
Orville Singer 1921 1932 Infielder New York Lincoln Giants, Cleveland Browns, Cleveland Tigers, Cleveland Cubs, Cleveland Stars [12]
Al Smith 1946 1948 Third baseman Cleveland Buckeyes [20]
Chino Smith 1925 1931 Outfielder / Second baseman Philadelphia Giants, Brooklyn Royal Giants, New York Lincoln Giants [21]
Clarence Smith 1921 1933 Right fielder / Manager Columbus Buckeyes, Detroit Stars, Atlantic City Bacharach Giants, Birmingham Black Barons, Baltimore Black Sox, Chicago American Giants, Cleveland Cubs [22]
Gene Smith 1939 1950 Pitcher St. Louis Stars, Kansas City Monarchs, New York Black Yankees, Pittsburgh Crawfords, Homestead Grays, Cleveland Buckeyes, Chicago American Giants, among several others [23]
George Smith 1950 1951 Outfielder Chicago American Giants [24]
Hilton Smith 1932 1948 Pitcher Monroe Monarchs, New Orleans Black Creoles, New Orleans Crescent Stars, Kansas City Monarchs [25]
James "Jimmy" Smith 1902 1909 Infielder Chicago Columbia Giants, Cuban X-Giants, Leland Giants, St. Paul Colored Gophers [26]
Quincy Smith 1943 1946 Outfielder Cleveland Buckeyes [27]
William "Big Bill" Smith 1903 1914 Third baseman Cuban X-Giants, Brooklyn Royal Giants, Philadelphia Quaker Giants, Cuban Giants, Illinois Giants, Philadelphia Giants, New York Black Sox, Schenectady Mohawk Giants, Brooklyn All Stars [28]
Felton Snow 1929 1950 Third baseman Nashville Elite Giants, Columbus Elite Giants, Washington Elite Giants, Baltimore Elite Giants
Turkey Stearnes 1923 1942 Outfielder Nashville Elite Giants, Montgomery Grey Sox, Memphis Red Sox, Detroit Stars, New York Lincoln Giants, Kansas City Monarchs, Cole's American Giants, Philadelphia Stars, Chicago American Giants [29]
Jake Stephens 1921 1937 Shortstop Hilldale Daisies, Philadelphia Giants, Homestead Grays, Pittsburgh Crawfords, Philadelphia Stars, New York Black Yankees [30]
Toni Stone 1953 1954 Second baseman Indianapolis Clowns, Kansas City Monarchs [31]
George Stovey 1886 1896 Pitcher Cuban Giants, Cuban X-Giants [32]
Joseph Strong 1922 1937 Pitcher Cleveland Tate Stars, Milwaukee Bears, Chicago American Giants, Baltimore Black Sox, Hilldale Club, Homestead Grays, St. Louis Stars, Pittsburgh Crawfords [33]
Tim Strothers 1908 1916 Catcher, First baseman Leland Giants, Chicago Giants [34]
Alfred Surratt 1947 1952 Outfielder Detroit Stars, Kansas City Monarchs [35]
Mule Suttles 1918 1944 First baseman / Manager Birmingham Black Barons, St. Louis Stars, Baltimore Black Sox, Detroit Wolves, Washington Pilots, Cole's American Giants, Newark Eagles, Indianapolis ABCs, New York Black Yankees [36]
George Sweatt 1922 1927 Second baseman Kansas City Monarchs, Chicago American Giants [37]

T

Name Debut Last Game Position Teams Ref
Earl Taborn 1946 1950 Catcher Kansas City Monarchs [38]
Dangerfield Talbert 1900 1911 Third baseman Chicago Union Giants, Chicago Giants, Algona Brownies, Cuban X-Giants, Leland Giants [34]
Goose Tatum 1941 1949 First baseman / Outfielder Birmingham Black Barons, Indianapolis Clowns [39]
Ben Taylor 1910 1940 First baseman / Manager St. Louis Giants, New York Lincoln Giants, Chicago American Giants, Indianapolis ABCs, Hilldale Daisies, Washington Potomacs, Harrisburg Giants, Baltimore Black Sox, Atlantic City Bacharach Giants, Brooklyn Eagles, Washington Black Senators, New York Cubans [40]
C. I. Taylor 1904 1922 Second baseman / Manager Birmingham Giants, West Baden Sprudels, Indianapolis ABCs [41]
Candy Jim Taylor 1904 1948 Infielder / Manager Birmingham Giants, St. Paul Gophers, Chicago American Giants, Indianapolis ABCs, Dayton Marcos, St. Louis Stars, Detroit Stars, Nashville Elite Giants, Chicago American Giants, Homestead Grays, among several others [42]
George Taylor 1898 1906 First Baseman Page Fence Giants, Chicago Union Giants, Leland Giants [34]
Jim Taylor 1896 1896 Outfielder Cuban Giants [43]
Steel Arm Johnny Taylor 1903 1925 Pitcher / Manager Birmingham Giants, West Baden Sprudels, Indianapolis ABCs, among several others [44]
Ron Teasley 1948 1948 Infielder New York Cubans [45]
Clint Thomas 1920 1938 Outfielder / Second baseman Brooklyn Royal Giants, Columbus Buckeyes, Detroit Stars, Hilldale Club, Bacharach Giants, New York Lincoln Giants, New York Harlem Stars, Indianapolis ABCs, New York Black Yankees, Newark Eagles, Philadelphia Stars
Jules Thomas 1908 1923 Outfielder / Pitcher Brooklyn Royal Giants, St. Louis Giants, New York Lincoln Giants, New York Lincoln Stars [46]
Hank Thompson 1943 1948 Infielder / Outfielder Kansas City Monarchs [47]
Bob Thurman 1946 1949 Pitcher / Outfielder Homestead Grays, Kansas City Monarchs
Albert Toney 1901 1916 Shortstop Chicago Union Giants, Algona Brownies, Leland Giants, Kansas City Royal Giants, Chicago Giants, French Lick Plutos, Chicago American Giants [34]
Cristóbal Torriente 1913 1928 Outfielder Cuban Stars, All Nations, Chicago American Giants, Kansas City Monarchs, Detroit Stars [48]
Quincy Trouppe 1930 1949 Catcher / Manager St. Louis Stars, Kansas City Monarchs, Chicago American Giants, Indianapolis ABCs, Mexican League, Cleveland Buckeyes [49]
Donald Troy 1945 1945 Pitcher Baltimore Elite Giants [50]
Tom Turner 1947 1947 Pitcher Chicago American Giants [51]

V

Name Debut Last Game Position Teams Ref
William Van Buren 1953 1953 Pitcher Kansas City Monarchs [52]
Tetelo Vargas 1927 1944 Center fielder Cuban Stars, New York Cubans [53]
Armando Vazquez 1944 1952 First baseman Indianapolis Clowns, New York Cubans [54]

W

Name Debut Last Game Position Teams Ref
Bert Wakefield 1899 1900 First baseman Chicago Unions [34]
Dick Wallace 1906 1924 Shortstop, Manager Paducah Nationals, Cuban Giants, Club Fé, Leland Giants, Lincoln Giants, St. Louis Giants, Bacharach Giants, Brooklyn Royal Giants, Hilldale Daisies [34]
Welday Walker 19__ 19__ Outfielder
Frank Warfield 1915 1932 Second baseman / Manager St. Louis Giants, Indianapolis ABCs, Dayton Marcos, Detroit Stars, Kansas City Monarchs, Hilldale Daisies, Baltimore Black Sox, Washington Pilots [55]
Johnny Washington 19__ 19__ Chicago American Giants, Houston Eagles
William Washington 1906 1911 Catcher Chicago Union Giants, Chicago Giants [13]
John "Pop" Watkins 1874 1924 Catcher / Manager Cuban Giants, Havana Red Sox [56]
Jack Watts 1913 1921 Catcher Indianapolis ABCs, Chicago American Giants, Chicago Black Sox, Dayton Marcos, Pittsburgh Keystones (baseball) [57]
Pearl Webster 1914 1918 Catcher / First baseman Brooklyn Royal Giants, Lincoln Stars, St. Louis Giants, Hilldale Club, Grand Central Red Caps, Bacharach Giants [58]
Willie Wells 1924 1949 Shortstop / Manager St. Louis Stars, Detroit Wolves, Homestead Grays, Kansas City Monarchs, Cole's American Giants, Newark Eagles, Mexican League, Chicago American Giants, New York Black Yankees, Baltimore Elite Giants, Indianapolis Clowns, Memphis Red Sox [59]
Edgar Wesley 1917 1931 First baseman Texas All Stars, Chicago American Giants, Detroit Stars, Harrisburg Giants, Brooklyn Royal Giants, Cleveland Hornets, Atlantic City Bacharach Giants [60]
Ernest Westfield 1959 1965 Pitcher Birmingham Black Barons [61]
Chaney White 1919 1936 Outfielder Hilldale Daisies, Chicago American Giants, Atlantic City Bacharach Giants, Washington Potomacs, Quaker Giants, Homestead Grays, Philadelphia Stars, Baltimore Black Sox, New York Cubans [62]
Eugene White 1947 1957 Shortstop Chicago American Giants, Kansas City Monarchs [63]
Sol White 1887 1912 Shortstop / Manager Pittsburgh Keystones, Cuban Giants, Page Fence Giants, Cuban X-Giants, Philadelphia Giants, Brooklyn Royal Giants, New York Lincoln Giants, among several others [64]
Carl Whitney 1942 1942 Outfielder New York Black Yankees
Davey Whitney 1952 1954 Shortstop Kansas City Monarchs [65]
Dick Whitworth 1914 1922 Pitcher Chicago Union Giants, Chicago American Giants, Hilldale Club
Frank Wickware 1910 1925 Pitcher Leland Giants, Chicago American Giants, Brooklyn Royal Giants, Mohawk Giants, New York Lincoln Giants, among several others [66]
Wabishaw Wiley 1910 1924 Catcher West Baden Sprudels, Brooklyn Royal Giants, Mohawk Giants, New York Lincoln Giants, Philadelphia Giants, Atlantic City Bacharach Giants [67]
Jimmy Wilkes 1945 1950 Center fielder Newark Eagles, Houston Eagles, Indianapolis Clowns [68]
Andrew "String Bean" Williams 1910 1928 Pitcher West Baden Sprudels, Indianapolis ABCs, Louisville White Sox, St. Louis Giants, Brooklyn Royal Giants, Pennsylvania Red Caps of New York, Dayton Marcos, Chicago American Giants, Bacharach Giants, Washington Potomacs, Lincoln Giants, Colored Athletics, Ewing's All Stars [69]
Bucky Williams 1927 1936 Pittsburgh Crawfords, Homestead Grays
Chet Williams 19 19 Shortstop / Second baseman Pittsburgh Crawfords, Homestead Grays, Philadelphia Stars, Mexican League, Memphis Red Sox, Chicago American Giants [70]
Clarence Williams 1885 1912 Catcher / Manager Cuban Giants, Philadelphia Giants, Cuban X-Giants [71]
Clyde Williams 1947 1950 Pitcher Cleveland Buckeyes [72]
Eli Williams 1943 1945 Outfielder Harrisburg-St. Louis Stars, Kansas City Monarchs [73]
Eugene Williams 1950 1960 Pitcher Memphis Red Sox [74]
George Williams 1885 1902 Infielder Cuban Giants, Cuban X-Giants [75]
Cyclone Joe Williams 1905 1932 Pitcher / Manager San Antonio Black Bronchos, Chicago Giants, New York Lincoln Giants, Mohawk Giants, Chicago American Giants, Atlantic City Bacharach Giants, Hilldale Daisies, Brooklyn Royal Giants, Homestead Grays, Detroit Wolves [76]
Lawrence Williams 1954 1955 Outfielder Kansas City Monarchs [77]
Marvin Williams 1943 1950 second baseman Philadelphia Stars [78]
Robert Williams 1954 1954 Infielder / Outfielder Birmingham Black Barons [79]
Tom Williams 1916 1924 Pitcher Bacharach Giants, Chicago American Giants, Royal Poinciana Hotel, Brooklyn Royal Giants, Hilldale Club, Lincoln Giants, Detroit Stars [80]
Willie Williams 1945 1950 Infielder Newark Eagles, Houston Eagles [81]
Artie Wilson 1944 1948 Shortstop Birmingham Black Barons [82]
George Wilson 1895 1905 Pitcher / Outfielder Page Fence Giants, Columbia Giants, Chicago Union Giants [83]
Jud Wilson 1922 1945 Infielder / Manager Baltimore Black Sox, Homestead Grays, Pittsburgh Crawfords, Philadelphia Stars [84]
Clarence Winston 1900 1921 Outfielder Richmond, Virginia Reformers All Stars, Norfolk Red Stockings, Cuban X-Giants, Leland Giants, Habana, Philadelphia Giants, Chicago Giants [34]
Nip Winters 1920 1933 Pitcher Baltimore Black Sox, Atlantic City Bacharach Giants, Hilldale Daisies, New York Lincoln Giants, Homestead Grays, Philadelphia Stars [85]
Bill Wright 1932 1945 Outfielder Nashville Elite Giants, Columbus Elite Giants, Washington Elite Giants, Baltimore Elite Giants, Mexican League [86]
George Martin Wright 1908 1913 Shortstop, Second baseman Norfolk, Virginia Red Stockings, Brooklyn Royal Giants, Philadelphia Quaker Giants, Leland Giants, Chicago Giants, Lincoln Giants [34]
Johnny Wright 1937 1945 Pitcher Newark Eagles, Atlanta Black Crackers, Pittsburgh Crawfords, Homestead Grays
Dave Wyatt 1898 1906 Infielder Chicago Unions, Chicago Union Giants, Leland Giants [34]
John Wyatt 1953 1955 Pitcher Indianapolis Clowns

Y

Name Debut Last Game Position Teams Ref
Norman Yokely 1926 1944 Pitcher Baltimore Black Sox, Atlantic City Bacharach Giants, Philadelphia Stars, Washington Black Senators, Baltimore Elite Giants [87]
T.J. Young 1920 1941 Utility player Kansas City Monarchs, St. Louis Stars, Homestead Grays, Detroit Wolves, Pittsburgh Crawfords, Philadelphia Stars, Newark Eagles [88]
Willie Young 1945 1945 Pitcher Birmingham Black Barons [89]

Z

Name Debut Last Game Position Teams Ref
Jim Zapp 1945 1954 Outfielder Baltimore Elite Giants, Nashville Cubs, Atlanta Black Crackers, Birmingham Black Barons [90]

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