Dec 26 2010

Martin Dihigo

The most versatile man to ever play the game of baseball was Martin Dihigo.

Dec 26 2010

Rube Foster

Rube Foster covered the entire spectrum of baseball and excelled at each phase of his participation.

Dec 26 2010

Ray Dandridge

There has never been a more masterful thirdbaseman than Ray Dandridge.

Dec 26 2010

Leon Day

The most consistently outstanding pitcher in the Negro National League during the late 1930′s and 1940′s, Leon Day was a heady pitcher whose money pitch was his fastball.

Dec 26 2010

Willie Wells

Willie Wells was one of the top shortstops of all time, black or white.

Dec 26 2010

Willie (Bill) Foster

A half-brother of the famous Rube Foster, Willie Foster was the greatest left-handed pitcher from the Negro Leagues.

Dec 26 2010

The Saga Of Dandy, The Devil And Day

UltraMagnetic MC's : Dandy, Day, and the Devil

Rare rap song from 1993 written by James A. Riley, recorded by the Ultramagnetic MC’s.

Dec 26 2010

Bullet Joe Rogan

An outstanding pitcher with a tremendous fastball, a fine curve and good control, “Bullet” Rogan was a star for the Kansas City Monarchs for almost 20 years.

Dec 26 2010

Smokey Joe Williams

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During the first half of its existence, Smokey Joe Williams was to black baseball what Satchel Paige was to the latter half.

Dec 26 2010

Turkey Stearnes

A left-handed power threat, Turkey Stearnes played “long ball” for 19 years in the Negro Leagues beginning in 1923, his first year in the league, when he hit 35 home runs.

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