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1922 Cleveland Tate Stars

1922 > Class Negro Majors > 1922 Negro National League
Overall: n/a

Affiliation: none or n/a
Manager: Candy Jim Taylor
Represented: Cleveland, OH
Ballpark: n/a
Attendance: n/a
Other Years: 1923

Team Batting

Bold indicates they played in the majors or are a HOFer
1John Barnes*187777918510010.234.234.325.558250
2Robert Bonner281261251630653631.240.246.440.686550
3Fred Boyd?241221201231312421.258.264.350.614421
4Finis Branahan23332924000002.
5Walter Cannady205453919310141.358.370.453.823240
7George Henderson?--4540611101114.275.341.375.716151
8Claude Johnson?281421411641730141.291.296.383.679540
9Eugene Keeton?259911100000.
10James Leonard#--1191141932613325.281.311.430.741490
11Boots McClain2392901317320011.
12Gene Redd?226601000000.
13Curtis Ricks?28121212000000.
14Fulton Strong?18131323300000.231.231.462.69260
15Candy Jim Taylor381151121424511132.214.228.304.532341
15 Players26.3
* - 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
1Finis Branahan2325.28695180.293483243001.55010.
2Walter Cannady2033.50053044.138241717001.2417.
4Nat Howard?--01.0000005.05442001.8009. for 2 teams
5Wade Johnston*2433.50073055.258391221001.2579.
6Eugene Keeton?2503.00030022.1412488002.19416.
7James Leonard--000002.24202001.50013.50.06.8
8Bob McClure3122.50021024.223141115001.3788.
9Curtis Ricks?28000007.09823001.57111.
10Fulton Strong?1813.25032032.236191212001.4699.
11Candy Jim Taylor3801.0001008.011634001.75012.
11 Players23.5
* - 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
John Barnes18LR240Feb 12, 1904Camden, SC, US
Robert Bonner28RR5' 11.0"183Apr 1, 1894Fayetteville, TN, US
Fred Boyd24Jun 23, 1898Blocton, AL, US
Finis Branahan23RR5' 9.0"1751899
Slim Branham22RApr 7, 1900Castalian Springs, TN, US
Walter Cannady20RR5' 10.0"180Mar 6, 1902Norfolk, VA, US
Dolly Gray--LLUnknown
Willie Gray--LLUnknown
George Henderson--Unknown
Rube Henderson27RAug 23, 1894Wilson County, VA, US
McKinley Howard--RRUnknown
Nat Howard--UnknownMontgomery, WV, US
Harry Jeffries--RUnknown
Claude Johnson28R5' 6.0"165Jan 4, 1894Youngstown, OH, US
John Johnson--RLUnknownJacksonville, FL, US
Wade Johnston24LL142Apr 9, 1898Middleport, OH, US
Eugene Keeton25180Jul 29, 1896Hazelbee, KY, US
Bobo Leonard--Unknown
James Leonard--SRUnknown
Bill McCall--LL6' 0.0"190Unknown
Boots McClain23RR5' 2.0"137Mar 7, 1899Louisville, KY, US
Bob McClure31RR6' 1.0"185Mar 24, 1891Egypt, TX, US
Mitch Murphy26RR5' 9.0"170Jan 28, 1896Wyoming, OH, US
Gene Redd22ROct 31, 1899Kansas City, MO, US
Curtis Ricks285' 11.0"201Apr 26, 1894St. Louis, MO, US
Fulton Strong181904
Joe Strong19LR5' 9.0"190Aug 4, 1902Jackson, KY, US
Candy Jim Taylor38RRFeb 1, 1884Anderson, SC, US
Gerard Williams20R1902Mobile, AL, US

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