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…

George Crowe

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

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

Johnny Davis

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Piper Davis

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

Saul Davis

“Saul was a great man and one of my best friends. He was a…

Leon Day

"If we had one game to win, we wanted Leon to pitch." — Monte…

Bingo DeMoss

He was, by wide acclaim, one of the finest second basemen to…

Martin Dihigo

A league pennant was squarely on the line under the brutal Mexican…

Larry Doby

Larry Doby is best remembered for becoming the first black player…

John Donaldson

In 1908 John Donaldson was a tall, slender young man from small-town…

Luke Easter

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

Charles England

This biography is included in the book The Newark Eagles…

Clarence Evans

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

Benny Felder

This biography is included in the book The Newark Eagles Take…

Wilmer Fields

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

Bill Foster

“Willie Foster was the greatest left hander that I ever played…

Rube Foster

Jackie Robinson is considered by many to be the African-American…

Bud Fowler

John Fowler was one of the true pioneers of American baseball,…

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…