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African– American Studies: Negro Baseball League Mr. Schneider’s Social Studies Classes with Melvin Harris Asbury Park Middle School Asbury Park, New Jersey,

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1 African– American Studies: Negro Baseball League Mr. Schneider’s Social Studies Classes with Melvin Harris Asbury Park Middle School Asbury Park, New Jersey, USA

2 American Negro Baseball League

3 Created by: Mr. Schneider’s Social Studies Classes

4 Students used a combination of books and online data bases to gather their information for their projects. They had to cite their sources. Students then selected appropriate clip art and photos to give the card the appearance of an old fashioned baseball card. They then used Microsoft Word for the format of the card. Cards were then put into a PowerPoint presentation.

5 BORN FEBRUARY 28,1894.REMINGTON,va. DIED JUNE 24,1963 in Washington DC. HT 5’8.WT 200.BATTED left and THREW RIGHT POSITION, Third base first base.Years Teams Baltimore Philadelphia SOX HOMESTEAD grays PISTBURGH CRAWFORDS Philadelphia stars. I started playing professional in 1922 with the Baltimore Black SOX. WILSON was short and built like a professional player and was a manager of the Encyclopedia of Negro League Baseball. He was a powerful hitter. Source:http://www.pitchblackb aseball.com/images/judwilsonla rge.jpg Source: wilsonjud.html

6 He was also known as: Waiter Fanner Leonard, Walter Leonard Born: 1907 Died: 1997 Occupation: baseball first baseman From: The Encyclopedia of Negro league baseball He was a left-handed hitter Born in Rocky mount, North Carolina Was 5-foot-10, 180 pounds His best year was in 1934, his rookie season Source: sakoguchi-038-buck-leonard-lou-gehrig- yankees-grays.jpg dpi-jpeg Source: ss/ ss/ baseball/Buck%60.jpg

7 Source: reference.com/bpv/images/e/e5/Con nieMorgan.jpghttp://www.baseball- reference.com/bpv/images/e/e5/Con nieMorgan.jpg cess/BH/BH16/BH dpi.jpeg Born: October 17, 1935 in Philadelphia, PA Died: October 14, 1996 in Philadelphia, PA Team: Indianapolis Clowns Height: 5’ 4” Weight: 140 lbs Batting average:.368 Position: Second Base and she was right-handed. Career highlights: She was one of three females playing in the Negro Leagues. Source: access/BH/BH16/BH dpi.jpeg

8 NAME: Constance Enola Morgan. BORN: October 17, 1935 Philadelphia HEIGHT: 5’4” WEIGHT: 140lbs CAREER: TEAM: Indianapolis Clown POSITION: Second base BATTING AVERAGE: 368 CAREER HIGHLIGHT: Morgan reported second-base and the first woman in the league Toni Stone in the Indianapolis Clowns in1954. DIED: October 14,1963 Philadelphia Source: - thumbs/696685/Con nie%20Morgan.jpg - thumbs/696685/Con nie%20Morgan.jpg - thumbs/696685/Con nie%20Morgan.jpg duke.edu/adaccess/B H/BH15/BH dpi.jpeg Source: H/BH15/BH dpi.jpeg H/BH15/BH dpi.jpeg thumbs/696685/Connie%20Morgan.jpg

9 Source: /images/tonistone.jpg Career: Position: Position Teams: Indianapolis Clowns, Kansas City Monarchs Height: 5’ 7” Weight: 135 lbs. Born: July 17, 1931 St. Paul, Minnesota Died: November 2, 1996 Alameda, California Batting Average:.240 Career Highlight: Toni Stone got a base hit off of Satchel Paige. Source: /publish/article_0425.shtml

10 Date of birth: 1896 Died : 1954 Position: Baseball outfielder Born in : Indianapolis, Indiana on October 1896 Played for: Indianapolis ABC’s, New York Lincoln stars, Chicago American giants, St. Louis giants, Harrisburg Giants, Hilldale, Homestead Grays, Pittsburgh Crawford’s, Toledo Crawford’s, Indianapolis Crawford’s, Philadelphia stars, Brooklyn Brown Doger’s, Indianapolis Clowns Weight : 6-foot, 190 pounds Where he lived: Indianapolis Career Highlights : In 60 league games in 1921, he batted.434 while leading the Negro national league in doubles, triples, home runs and stolen bases. Source: Source : d_honorees/hofer_bios/charleston_oscar.htm


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