Ted Alexander

 Ted “Red” Alexander was born Theodore Roosevelt Alexander…

George Altman

As the title of his 2013 autobiography showed, George Altman’s…

Sandy Amorós

On October 4, 1955, outfielder Edmundo Amorós helped “Next…

Walter Ball

Right-hander Walter Ball was one of the top pitchers in early…

Dan Bankhead

Dan Bankhead is best known for two things. He was the first African-American…

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…

Ed Bolden

Before Ed Bolden began his career in baseball, he was a domestic…

Bob Boston

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

James Boyd

This biography is included in the book The Newark Eagles…

Bob Boyd

Even in a wheelchair, he obviously is an athlete. He strokes…

John Britton

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

Raymond Brown

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

Willard Brown

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

Clarence Bruce

Clarence Bruce belongs to the majority of Negro League players…

Harry Butts

This biography is included in the book The Newark Eagles…

Roy Campanella

Roy Campanella was the sixth acknowledged black player to appear…

Octavius Catto

While the North’s Civil War victory and the 13th Amendment…

Jimmy Claxton

On the morning of May 28, 1916, a lean, lefthanded pitcher took…

Luther Clifford

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

Cecil Cole

This biography is included in the book The Newark Eagles…