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1921 in the Negro Leagues

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1921 in the Negro Leagues saw the Negro Southern League become a minor league.

The Cincinnati Cuban Stars were no-hit on June 6 by the Detroit Stars' Bill Gatewood. On September 10, Phil Cockrell of the Philadelphia Hilldale Giants no-hit the Detroit Stars.

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[edit] Standings

Note: BOLD indicates League Champion

[edit] Negro National League

Source: agate type blog, Gary Ashwill
Rank Team NNL-only All Games
G W L T WPCT G W L T WPCT
1 Chicago American Giants 66 42 22 2 0.656 85 52 29 4 0.642
2 St. Louis Giants 71 40 30 1 0.571 76 44 31 1 0.587
3 Kansas City Monarchs 95 54 41 0 0.568 101 57 44 0 0.564
4 Indianapolis ABCs 71 37 32 2 0.536 106 54 49 3 0.524
5 Detroit Stars 62 28 34 0 0.452 79 35 44 0 0.443
6 Cincinnati Cuban Stars 68 30 38 0 0.441 78 36 41 1 0.468
7 Columbus Buckeyes 70 30 39 1 0.435 89 41 47 1 0.466
8 Chicago Giants 47 10 35 2 0.222 54 12 39 3 0.235

[edit] Associate and Non-League Clubs

Team versus NNL All Games
G W L T WPCT G W L T WPCT
Hilldale Club (Associate) 20 12 7 1 0.632 47 27 19 1 0.587
Bacharach Giants (Associate) 48 24 22 2 0.522 77 40 35 2 0.533
Pittsburgh Keystones (Associate) 14 5 8 1 0.385 21 7 13 1 0.350
Cleveland Tate Stars (Associate) 33 11 21 1 0.344 40 16 23 1 0.410
Tesreau Bears (Non-League) 2 1 1 0 0.500 13 5 8 0 0.385
All-Cubans (Non-League) 1 0 1 0 0.000 9 3 6 0 0.333
Baltimore Black Sox (Non-League) 3 1 2 0 0.333

[edit] Independant Teams

Records are from The Complete Book of Baseball's Negro Leagues, John Holway

[edit] Leading Players

[edit] Batters

[edit] Pitchers

[edit] Postseason

The Atlantic City Bacharach Giants and Philadelphia Hilldale Giants held a four game championship series in September, with the champion to face the Chicago American Giants. The series ended tied at two games apiece and the American Giants traveled east to play one series versus both the Bacharach Giants and the Hilldale Giants. Chicago defeated the Bacharach Giants 2-1-1 and lost to the Hilldale Giants 3-2-1.

The Montgomery Grey Sox were swept in a championship series versus Nashville in four games.

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