1947 Negro League Baseball Windows Season

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  • NY Cubans thrive in evolving Negro League as MLB desegregates
  • Many stars make their case as future Major Leaguers
  • Eleven 20-game winners and seventeen .300 hitters
Full Summary

As Jackie Robinson began making his mark in the Major Leagues, many Negro League stars were making their cases for future promotion. The Homestead Grays’ Luke Easter would soon be a Cleveland Indian, but this year he led the Negro Leagues with 35 HR, one more than Monte Irvin, soon to be a New York Giant.

In all, you will re-enact the greatness of nine future Hall of Famers (such as Irvin and Kansas City’s Willard Brown, who posted a .991 OPS), 13 others included in Strat-O-Matic’s Negro League Stars set and such future Major Leaguers as Hank Thompson (.979 OPS).

In stats adjusted for a 154-game schedule, the New York Cubans (98-56) were the best in the National League, though Newark, Baltimore and Homestead can threaten in a replay. In the American League, the Cleveland Buckeyes (96-58) were tops, but Birmingham and Kansas City can challenge. “With so many familiar players, this is an addictive season to replay,” say the developers of Strat-O-Matic’s Negro League re-creations.

Requires Strat-O-Matic Baseball 2020 or higher to play the Windows game

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