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1933 Homestead Grays

1933 > Class Negro Majors > 1933 Negro National League
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Represented: Pittsburgh, PA
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Other Years: 1932 / 1934

Team Batting

Bold indicates they played in the majors or are a HOFer
1Jimmy Binder3057546163001002.296.321.352.673191Stats for 2 teams
2George Britt376623000100.500.500.5001.00030
3Ameal Brooks*29595811215221310.362.362.621.983361Stats for 2 teams
4Ray Brown#25313046210411.200.226.333.559100
5Louis Dula215512100000.400.400.6001.00030
6Bill Evans#34232386400200.261.261.435.696100
7Robert Gaston23111121000100.
8William Gill--53521018400601.346.358.423.782220Stats for 2 teams
9Vic Harris*283934610300415.294.385.382.767130
10Charlie Hughes--252503010310. for 2 teams
11George McAllister*34111034010201.400.455.6001.05560
12Leroy Morney#24635912247101324.407.444.5591.004330Stats for 3 teams
13Tom Payne--241913010003. for 3 teams
16Double Duty Radcliffe304645615011610.333.333.444.778201Stats for 3 teams
17Joe Scott--777512212301012.280.299.387.685290Stats for 2 teams
18Joe Strong*30282637002702.269.321.500.821130
20Jap Washington36151304100302.308.400.385.78550
21Charles Williams*381100000000.
22Ches Williams2513012712297201601.228.234.315.549402Stats for 2 teams
23John Williams?--58576194201031.333.345.474.819270Stats for 2 teams
24Poindexter Williams358801000000. for 2 teams
24 Players27.9
* - bats left-handed, # - bats both, else - bats right, ? - unknown, for minors bold indicates they appeared in majors
Only players for whom we have stats are shown. See roster for more complete team list.

Team Pitching

Bold indicates they played in the majors or are a HOFer
1George Britt370021015.1101645000.9135.
2Ray Brown25101.00011011.014918001.36411.
3Roy Brown?--101.0001109.06214000.7786.
4Louis Dula21101.0000008.211424001.50011.
5Double Duty Radcliffe3011.50031018.0301759001.94415. for 3 teams
6Joe Strong3011.50022017.01671310001.7068.
7Charles Williams*38000002.03110002.00013.
7 Players31.1
* - throws left-handed, # - throws both, else - throws right, ? - unknown, for minors bold indicates they appeared in majors

Team Roster

Bold indicates they played in the majors
Jimmy Binder30RR5' 11.0"165Aug 2, 1902Bessemer, AL, US
George Britt37RR5' 8.0"175Jul 6, 1895Lexington, KY, US
Ameal Brooks29LR5' 8.0"165Jun 3, 1904New Orleans, LA, US
Ray Brown25SR6' 1.0"195Feb 23, 1908Alger, OH, US
Roy Brown--Unknown
Louis Dula21RR5' 11.0"180Mar 23, 1912Cincinnati, OH, US
Bill Evans34SR6' 0.0"160Mar 30, 1899Louisville, KY, US
Robert Gaston23RR6' 1.0"185Mar 19, 1910Chattanooga, TN, US
William Gill--RRUnknown
Vic Harris28LR5' 8.0"165Jun 10, 1905Pensacola, FL, US
Charlie Hughes--RRUnknown
George McAllister34LLOct 22, 1898
Leroy Morney24SR5' 10.0"170May 13, 1909Columbus, OH, US
Tom Payne--RRUnknown
Double Duty Radcliffe30RR5' 8.0"235Jul 7, 1902Mobile, AL, US
Joe Scott--RRUnknown
Joe Strong30LR5' 9.0"190Aug 4, 1902Jackson, KY, US
Jap Washington36RR6' 3.0"230Sep 13, 1896Dunbar, PA, US
Charles Williams38LL5' 6.0"165Sep 24, 1894Tanners, VA, US
Ches Williams25RR5' 9.0"1801908
John Williams--UnknownTX, US
Poindexter Williams35RR6' 0.0"200Sep 10, 1897AL, US

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