1922 Negro League Baseball Season Roster
- Indianapolis ABCs (Oscar Charleston) win five-team race in slugging 10-team league
- Black Ball stars: 13 Hall of Famers, 36 more from SOM’s Negro League Stars set
- Twice as nice: Rated for a 144-game season or integration with 1920, 1924 Majors
The 1922 Negro League showcased some of baseball’s brightest stars – batting heroes such as Oscar Charleston (1.072 OPS, 22 3B, 22 HR, CF-1), catcher Biz Mackey (.978 OPS, 21 3B) and Cristobal Torriente (.907 OPS, OF-1) two-way stars Bullet Joe Rogan (1.018 OPS; 24-13, 2.70 ERA) and Double Duty Radcliffe (1.018 OPS) and pitchers Smokey Joe Williams (22-12, 2.81) and Andy Cooper (22-11) … They were the stars of a pennant race in which only seven games separated the first-place Indianapolis ABCs (84-60) and the fifth-place Detroit Stars (77-67).
Like the Major Leagues of the 1920s, this collection of Negro Leaguers enjoyed Lively Ball offense – 13 everyday players with OPS averages above .900. Here’s your chance to play Cool Papa Bell, Judy Johnson, Pop Lloyd, Louis Santop, Ben Taylor, Jud Wilson and so many other all-time greats in a season format.
Requires Strat-O-Matic Baseball 2015 or higher to play
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