1911 Negro League Baseball Season Roster
- Chicago (Rube Foster) wins great three-way race with New York (Pop Lloyd) and St. Louis
- Black Ball stars: 7 Hall of Famers, 11 more from SOM’s Negro League Stars set
- Twice as nice: Rated for a 150-game season or integration with 1911 Majors
The 1911 season had a three-team pennant chase, superstar talent in its prime and a wealth of lessons about early Black Ball play. With teams and players rated for a 150-game season, Rube Foster (25-7, 1.87) was the king of the hill in a league with Smokey Joe Williams (25-12, 2.22), Frank Wickware (26-10, 2.52) and Dick Redding (23-13, 2.71) and four other 20-game winners in a six-team league … Foster’s teammate in Chicago, HOF OF Pete Hill, led the league with a 1.072 OPS. That added up to an 87-73 record, better than second-place New York’s 83-67 and St. Louis’ 82-68.
Other famous names that will come to life on your computer: Pop Lloyd, Spot Poles and Redding (New York); Jimmie Lyons, Ben Taylor (St. Louis); Bill Monroe, Bruce Petway (Chicago), Williams (Indianapolis); Jose Mendez (Havana); Wickware, Louis Santop and Home Run Johnson (Philadelphia).
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