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1922 in the Negro Leagues

The Pittsburgh Keystones, which were added with the Cleveland Tate Stars to the NNL to replace the Columbus Buckeyes and Chicago Giants, folded after a the season.

Contents

[edit] Standings

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 Kansas City Monarchs 77 46 29 2 0.613 82 49 31 2 0.613
2 Chicago American Giants 63 37 24 2 0.607 78 45 31 2 0.592
3 Indianapolis ABCs 86 50 34 2 0.595 102 60 40 2 0.600
4 Detroit Stars 72 41 30 1 0.577 83 49 33 1 0.598
5 St. Louis Stars 58 23 35 0.397 63 26 37 0.413
6 Cleveland Tate Stars 36 12 23 1 0.343 43 17 24 2 0.415
7 Pittsburgh Keystones 34 10 22 2 0.313 34 10 22 2 0.313
8 Cuban Stars (West) 54 16 38 0.296 54 16 38 0.296

[edit] Negro Southern League

Source: The Complete Book of Baseball's Negro Leagues, John Holway
Rank Team Win Losses WPCT GB
1 Memphis 27 10 0.730 0
2 Nashville 23 13 0.639 3.5
3 Knoxville 22 13 0.629 4
4 Montgomery 17 11 0.607 5.5
5 Birmingham 26 17 0.605 9
6 New Orleans 13 17 0.433 10.5
7 Chattanooga 11 19 0.367 12.5
8 Louisville 5 24 0.172 18

[edit] Independent Teams

Source: Teams list from The Negro Leagues Book by Dick Clark and Larry Lester; records are from The Complete Book of Baseball's Negro Leagues, John Holway; agate type blog, Gary Ashwill

[edit] Professional teams

[edit] Semi-pro teams

[edit] Leading Players

[edit] Batters

[edit] Pitchers

[edit] Individual Achievements

There were three no-hitters in 1922:

Bill Force of the Detroit Stars beat the St. Louis Giants 3-0 on June 27.

Nip Winters of the Bacharach Giants beat the Indianapolis ABCs 7-1 on July 26 in a game between an NNL team and an associate team.

Phil Cockrell of the Hilldale Club beat the Chicago American Giants by an unknown score on August 19 in another associate game. It was his second no-hitter, having thrown one in 1921.

[edit] Postseason

Negro League Seasons

Early Era
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Middle Era
1920 · 1921 · 1922 · 1923 · 1924 · 1925 · 1926 · 1927 · 1928 · 1929
1930 · 1931 · 1932 · 1933 · 1934 · 1935 · 1936 · 1937 · 1938 · 1939
1940 · 1941 · 1942 · 1943 · 1944 · 1945
Late Era
1946 · 1947 · 1948 · 1949 · 1950
1950s · 1960s

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