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Old 03-01-2020, 08:31 PM   #3541
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John Lyles

John Lyles played mostly shortstop (and a little second base) in a Negro Leagues career that lasted from 1932 to 1943. He enjoyed the greatest amount of playing time with the St. Louis-New Orleans-Harrisburg Stars. He appears here with the Chciago American Giants in a photo from Robert Retort's PICTORIAL NEGRO LEAGUE LEGENDS ALBUM.
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Old 03-01-2020, 08:47 PM   #3542
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Jack Marshall

Jack "Boss" Marshall pitched in the Negro Leagues from 1920 through 1929 (with a few gap years), mostly for the Chicago American Giants. He is shown with that team in the photo from Phil Dixon's THE NEGRO BASEBALL LEAGUES: A PHOTOGRAPHIC HISTORY.
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Old 03-01-2020, 10:04 PM   #3543
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John Reese

John Reese was an outfielder, mostly with the St. Louis Stars and Chicago American Giants during his 1918-31 career in the Negro Leagues. Later, he would become manager of the St. Louis Stars. The photo is from the Seamheads.com website.
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Old 03-01-2020, 10:19 PM   #3544
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Dick Wallace

Dick Wallace was an infielder (mainly shortstop) in the Negro Leagues from 1907 through 1921. He played with numerous teams, but with the St. Louis Stars more than any other. The photo is from the Seamheads.com website.
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Edward "Pep" Young

Edward "Pep" Young was a first baseman with the Chicago American Giants from 1938 through 1947, with time out for the war years. He is shown here with that team in a photo from Phil Dixon's THE NEGRO BASEBALL LEAGUES: A PHOTOGRAPHIC HISTORY.
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Old 03-02-2020, 10:51 AM   #3546
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Todd Allen

Todd Allen was a third baseman in the Negro Leagues from 1908 through 1925, mostly with the Indianapolis ABC's. The photo is from the Seamheads.com website.
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Old 03-02-2020, 11:25 AM   #3547
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James Gurley

James Gurley was the name used for this player in THE NEGRO LEAGUES BOOK by Dick Clark and Larry Lester. The caption to this photo, found in Phil Dixon's THE NEGRO BASEBALL LEAGUES: A PHOTOGRAPHIC HISTORY, calls him George Gurley. Seamheads.com, using a head shot of the same photo, says he is Earl Gurley.

By whatever first name, he was a versatile player who pitched and played the outfield and first base during his lengthy career in the Negro Leagues spanning from 1922 to 1932. Over that time, he was on seven different teams, topped by 84 games with the Memphis Red Sox. He is shown here with the Chicago American Giants.
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Alvin Gipson

Alvin "Bubber" Gipson pitched for the Birmingham Black Barons from 1941 through 1946, but he appeared in a team photo with the 1941 Chicago American Giants. He is shown here from that photo as it was presented in BLACK BASEBALL IN CHICAGO, by Larry Lester, Sammy T. Miller, and Dick Clark.
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Gervasio Gonzalez

Gervasio Gonzalez was a catcher and first baseman for various iterations of the Cuban Stars during the decade of the 1910's. He is shown here on a Cuban cigar card, which features him in the uniform of the Almendares team of Cuba.
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Grady Orange

Grady Orange was a shortstop and second baseman for the Birmingham Black Barons, Kansas City Monarchs, and Detroit Stars in a career that lasted from 1925 through 1931. He appears here in a Detroit Stars uniform in a photo from BLACK BASEBALL IN DETROIT, by Larry Lester, Sammy T. Hughes, and Dick Clark.
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James "Sandy" Thompson

James "Sandy" Thompson was an outfielder in the Negro Leagues from 1923 through 1933. He spent most of his time with the Birmingham Black Barons and Chicago American Giants. He is shown with the latter team in the photo from the Seamheads.com website.
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Lee Wade

Lee Wade pitched in the Negro Leagues from 1909 through 1918, hurling more games for the St. Louis Giants than for any other team. He is shown here with the St. Louis Giants in a photo from Robert Retort's PICTORIAL NEGRO LEAGUE LEGENDS ALBUM.
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John "Pop" Watkins

John "Pop" Watkins was a catcher and first baseman with the Cuban Giants in 1898. The photo is from Sol White's HISTORY OF COLORED BASEBALL.
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Emmett Wilson

Emmett Wilson was an outfielder with four Negro League teams over the period of 1936-43. The teams were the Chicago American Giants, Pittsburgh Crawfords, Cleveland Buckeyes, and Memphis Red Sox. The photo shows him with the 1935 Claybrook Tigers team based in Arkansas. It's posted on the website of arkbaseball.com.
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Martin Dihigo

Martin Dihigo was a versatile Hall-of-Famer who played in the Negro Leagues at various points during the 1922-45 time span. He played outfield, shortstop, third base, first base, shortstop, and pitched. He was on Hilldale, the New York Cubans, Homestead Grays, Baltimore Black Sox, and various iterations of the Cuban Stars. He is shown in a photo from the National Baseball Hall of Fame website in a Santiago, Cuba uniform. The Hall of Fame dates the photo as circa 1940.
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