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Walter Ball

Walter Ball

Walter Ball (1880–1946), one of St. Paul’s best amateur pitchers in 1898, became a premier hurler among Minnesota semi-professionals by 1902. In 1903 Ball moved to Chicago where he became one of the greatest pitchers in black baseball through 1921. (COURTESY AUTHOR’S COLLECTION AND ST. PAUL PIONEER PRESS)

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