Negro Leagues Centennial
1917 Negro League Baseball Season Roster
- True Giants: Were Negro Leagues’ Chicago champs better than Cubs, White Sox?
- Blackball Stars: 9 Hall of Famers, 20 others from SOM’s Negro League Stars set
- Mound Masters: Dick Redding, Smokey Joe Williams, Tom Williams, Juan Padron
To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Negro Leagues, 10% of our sales of Negro Leagues products in 2020 will be donated to the Negro League Baseball Museum
Have fun with a slice of baseball history that takes you not only to New York, Chicago and St. Louis, but to Atlantic City and even Havana. Experience Chicago’s dominant pitcher, led by Dick Redding (32 wins, 1.57 ERA, league-best 159 Ks) and Tom Williams (23-9, 1.71) and New York’s pitching star Smokey Joe Williams (31 wins) and its power (Jewel Thomas led the league by hitting .359, with an OPS of .906, and catcher Louis Santop had a .948 OPS. But it was Havana pitcher Juan Padron who was king of the hill at 25-12 with a 1.56 ERA. (These stats calculated as Major-League equivalencies to a 150-game season.)
Gamers familiar with Strat-O-Matic’s Negro League Stars set will recognize 29 players from that set, including Hall of Famers Oscar Charleston, Rube Foster, Pete Hill, Pop Lloyd, Jose Mendez, Louis Santop, Ben Taylor, Cristobal Torriente and Smokey Joe Williams.
Requires Strat-O-Matic Baseball 2016 or higher to play
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