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1887 Baltimore Lord Baltimores

1887 > Class Negro > 1887 National Colored Baseball League
Overall: 2-4
Scored 57 runs, Allowed 79 runs. Pythagorean W-L: 2-4

Affiliation: none or n/a
Manager: Joseph Callis and Hugh Cummings
Represented: Baltimore, MD
Ballpark: n/a
Attendance: n/a

Team Batting

Bold indicates they played in the majors or are a HOFer
1James Brooks?--210220002.200.2002
2Hugh Cummings?--826020000.077.0772
3F. Dorsey?--125814200004.345.34520
4William Gray?--104814202004.417.45822
5James Harris?--125814182004.310.34520
7James Proctor?--126212144004.226.29018
9J. Simms?--125614142206.250.35720
11Arthur Thomas?221262202822014.452.54834
12J. Wilson?--126614164206.242.36424
12 Players22.06265265577383022.275.275.328.60487
* - 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
1Hugh Cummings?--04.00064444.096682442.72719.
3 Players24.333662452.0109791522.38518.
* - 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
James Brooks--Unknown
Hugh Cummings--Unknown
F. Dorsey--Unknown
William Gray--Unknown
James Harris--Unknown
James Proctor--Unknown
J. Simms--Unknown
Arthur Thomas226' 4.0"Dec 10, 1864Washington, DC, US
J. Wilson--Unknown

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