Marlin Carter (TRADING CARD DB)

Marlin Carter

Despite missing two of his prime seasons while serving his country…
Russ Christopher (TRADING CARD DB)

Russ Christopher

At six years of age, Russ Christopher was diagnosed with rheumatic…
Walker Cooper (TRADING CARD DB)

Walker Cooper

In his prime in the 1940s, Walker Cooper was thought to be the…
Jimmie Crutchfield (NOIRTECH RESEARCH)

Jimmie Crutchfield

The 1935 East-West All-Star Game at Comiskey Park in Chicago,…

Sam Chapman

In Philadelphia, a city that once had two major-league franchises,…

Harry Danning

“The biggest thrill was being able to step on the field,”…
Spoon Carter (JAY-DELL MAH)

Spoon Carter

Although Ernest “Spoon” Carter was never in the top tier…

Joe Coleman (the Elder)

In the late 1930s, Malden (Massachusetts) Catholic High School…

Johnny Davis

Hall of Famer Monte Irvin, speaking to Negro League historian…

Babe Dahlgren

Rumor in Town is a very persuasive book. Subtitled "A Grandson's…

Roy Cullenbine

Roy Cullenbine’s greatest skill was unappreciated in his time.…

George Case

George Case was a four-time major-league All-Star who devoted…

Mort Cooper

Mort Cooper was a big, burly pitcher who anchored the pitching…

George Crowe

George Crowe was Indiana’s first Mr. Basketball and became…

Raymond Brown

In his heyday, Raymond Brown was on top of the Negro League baseball…

Phil Cavarretta

In 1934, at the height of the Great Depression, 17-year-old Phil…

Doc Cramer

Like many businessmen in the aftermath of the 1929 stock market…

Tony Cuccinello

A diminutive Italian from Astoria, New York, on Long Island,…

Webbo Clarke

A five-year veteran of the Negro Leagues, Ernesto Vibert Clarke…

Roy Campanella

Roy Campanella was the sixth acknowledged black player to appear…

Joe Cronin

Star player, manager, general manager, league president—only…

Willard Brown

Ese Hombre — That Man — was Willard Brown’s nickname…

Spud Chandler

Spurgeon Ferdinand “Spud” Chandler was a no-nonsense, take-charge…

Dolph Camilli

In his baseball career, Dolph Camilli experienced the best of…