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Cincinnati Browns

The Cincinnati Browns were a professional baseball team in the National Colored Base Ball League, the first attempt at a professional Negro League in 1887. Although the league folded after just one week, the Browns continued to play for a time.


Cincinnati Clowns


Cleveland Browns (baseball)

The Cleveland Browns were a baseball team in the Negro National League, based in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1924. In their only season, they finished with a 17-34 record in league play. Their Manager that year was the baseball Hall of fame member Sol white.


Louisville Buckeyes

The Cleveland Buckeyes were a Negro league baseball team that played from 1942 to 1950 in the Negro American League. The Buckeyes played in two Negro World Series, defeating the Washington Homestead Grays in 1945, and losing to the New York Cuban ...


Cleveland Cubs


Cleveland Giants

The Cleveland Giants was a Negro Leagues baseball team. The team played only one year, 1933. Their home games were contested at Clevelands Luna Bowl in Luna Park. In 1933, the struggling Columbus blue birds of the Negro national League dropped ou ...


Coles American Giants


Columbus Elite Giants


Columbus Turfs


Dallas Black Giants

The Dallas Black Giants were professional and semi-professional baseball teams based in Dallas, Texas which played in the Negro Leagues. They were active on and off from 1908 to 1949. Among the leagues that the Black Giants played for were the Te ...


Dallas Green Monarchs

The Dallas Green Monarchs were a semipro baseball team in the Negro Leagues from 1940-1947 and again in 1953. The team was ostensibly the successor of the Dallas Black Giants which had disbanded after the 1938 season. The 1940s team played the ma ...


Dayton Marcos

The Dayton Marcos history predates the formal organized leagues of Negro league baseball. As an independent team, and also as the only black team in the Ohio-Indiana League they played black and white teams all over the country throughout the 191 ...


Detroit Stars

The Detroit Stars were an American baseball team in the Negro leagues and played at historic Mack Park. The Stars had winning seasons every year but two, but were never able to secure any championships. Among their best players was Baseball Hall ...


Detroit Wolves

In 1931 the Negro National League collapsed. It reformed in 1933, but in the interim Detroit was left without a Negro league team, as the Detroit Stars had been members of the NNL. In 1932, the city placed the Wolves in the new East-West League. ...


Detroit–New Orleans Stars

The Detroit–New Orleans Stars, originally the Detroit Stars and briefly the Detroit Clowns, were a minor Negro league baseball team that played in the Negro American League from 1954 until 1961 after the integration of white baseball. After the i ...


Ethiopian Clowns


Genuine Cuban Giants


Houston Eagles


Chicago Union Giants

The Leland Giants, originally the Chicago Union Giants, were a Negro league baseball team that competed independently during the first decade of the 20th century. The team was formed via a merge of the Chicago Unions and the Chicago Columbia Gian ...


Lincoln Giants

The Lincoln Giants can trace their origins back to the Nebraska Indians, of Lincoln, Nebraska, from the 1890s. According to Sol Whites History of Colored Base Ball, in 1890, the Lincoln Giants were founded as the first colored professional team i ...


Lincoln Stars (baseball)

The Lincoln Stars were a Negro league baseball team that played in New York City from 1914 to 1917. Their home stadium was the Lenox Oval, located at Lenox Avenue and 145th Street in Manhattan. Although they lasted less than four years, they were ...


Louisville Buckeyes


Memphis Red Sox

The Memphis Red Sox were a Negro League baseball team that was active from 1920 to 1959. The franchise won the 1938 Championship in their second season in the Negro American League but, despite assembling some talented line-ups in the 1940s, neve ...


Milwaukee Bears

The team was one of two the Toledo Tigers being the other created to fill one of the vacancies created in the NNL after the Cleveland Tate Stars and Pittsburgh Keystones had been dropped after the previous season. It drew much of its personnel fr ...


Nashville Elite Giants


Nashville Standard Giants


New Orleans Crescent Stars

The New Orleans Crescent Stars was an independent Negro league baseball club that existed from 1933 to 1934. The new Orleans team have helped to produce a few players like pepper Bassett, Gina Bremer Lloyd Davenport, Harrys, Barney Morris, Tom Pa ...


New Orleans Eagles


New York Black Yankees

The New York Black Yankees were a professional Negro league baseball team based in New York City, Paterson, NJ, and Rochester, NY that played in the Negro National League from 1936 to 1948. The Black Yankees played in Paterson, New Jersey from 19 ...


Omaha Rockets

The Omaha Rockets were a semi-pro, independent Negro league baseball team in Omaha, Nebraska from. Gene Collins and Bob Gibson both began their careers with the team. Satchel Paige spent his last season playing with the Rockets. Pro Football Hall ...


Original Cuban Giants


Page Fence Giants

The Page Fence Giants were a professional black American baseball team based in Adrian, Michigan from 1895 to 1898, performing as one of the nations top teams in the Negro leagues. Named after the Page Woven Wire Fence Company in Adrian, they wer ...


Pennsylvania Red Caps of New York

The Pennsylvania Red Caps of New York were an independent baseball club that played in the Negro leagues during 12 seasons spanning 1916–1934. The name of this team had little to do with Pennsylvania, but he had a close relationship with Penn sta ...


Philadelphia Stars (baseball)

The Philadelphia Stars were a Negro league baseball team from Philadelphia. The Stars were founded in 1933 when Ed Bolden returned to professional black baseball after being idle since early 1930. The Stars were an independent ball club in 1933, ...


Philadelphia Tigers

The Philadelphia Tigers were a Negro league baseball team that played briefly in the 1928 Eastern Colored League before the circuit disbanded in early June. The Tigers, organized by Smittie Lucas, featured a few well-known east coast players, suc ...


Pittsburgh Crawfords

The Pittsburgh Crawfords, popularly known as the Craws, were a professional Negro league baseball team based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The team, previously known as the Crawford Colored Giants, was named after the Crawford Bath House, a recrea ...


Pittsburgh Keystones (baseball)

The Pittsburgh Keystones was the name of two historic professional Negro league baseball teams that operated in 1887 and again in 1921 and 1922. The first team was a member of the first black baseball league in 1887, the League of Colored Basebal ...


Portland Rosebuds (baseball)

The Portland Rosebuds, sometimes called the Portland Roses, were a baseball team owned by Jesse Owens. The Rosebuds were part of the West Coast Baseball Association, an all-black league headed by Abe Saperstein, the owner of the Harlem Globetrott ...


St. Louis Stars (baseball)

The St. Louis Stars, originally the St. Louis Giants, were a Negro league baseball team that competed independently from as early as 1906 to 1919, and then joined the Negro National League for the duration of their existence. After the 1921 seaso ...


Washington Elite Giants


Washington Homestead Grays


West Baden Sprudels

The West Baden Sprudels were an early Negro league baseball team that played as an independent club owned by the Burnett-Pollard-Rogers Baseball Club Company, where Edward Rogers was the Chief Officer.


Atlanta Black Crackers players


Bacharach Giants players


Baltimore Black Sox players


Big Spring Cosden Cops players


Birmingham Black Barons players


Brooklyn Eagles players


Brooklyn Royal Giants players


Chicago American Giants players

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