Ted Alexander

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Sam Bankhead

Hall of Famer and Negro League legend Judy Johnson called Sam…

Lloyd Bassett

Lloyd Pepper Bassett made his name in Negro League baseball as…

Herman Bell

In his lifetime Herman Bell was a highly regarded defensive catcher…

Lefty Bell

A pitcher whom the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette first identified as…

Garnett Blair

Right-handed pitcher Garnett Blair had the opportunity to play…

Bob Boston

The 1948 Negro National League season was played on the cusp…

John Britton

John "Jack" Britton played professional baseball in four countries…

Clarence Bruce

Clarence Bruce belongs to the majority of Negro League players…

Luther Clifford

Luther Clifford grew up in an atypical town for the Depression-era…

Piper Davis

On June 12, 1996, the Birmingham Barons returned to historic…

Luke Easter

"I've seen a lot of powerful hitters in my time but for sheer…

Clarence Evans

Clarence Evans was a product of the District of Columbia’s…

Wilmer Fields

Josh Gibson has often been called “the black Babe Ruth” since…

Ervin Fowlkes

Ervin Fowlkes was born in Lake Charles, Louisiana, on January…

Charles Gary

When longtime third baseman and fan favorite Howard Easterling…

Robert Gaston

With the clarity of hindsight it seems appropriate that an action…

Bill Greason

Jackie Robinson was the trailblazer who integrated major-league…

Griffith Stadium (Washington, DC)

When the Washington Senators1 were founded in 1891, they played…

Wiley Griggs

Without war and baseball, it is likely Wiley Lee Griggs III might…

Vic Harris

The Homestead Grays were a dominant force in Negro League baseball…

Tom Hayes

Tom Hayes is a footnote in baseball history. To the extent that…

Jay Heard

Left-hander Jehosie Heard stepped onto a major-league mound for…

Rufus Jackson

Rufus “Sonnyman” Jackson was born on May 1, 1900, in Columbus,…