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1887 Pittsburgh Keystones

1887 > Class Negro > 1887 National Colored Baseball League
Overall: 3-4
Scored 72 runs, Allowed 75 runs. Pythagorean W-L: 3-4

Affiliation: none or n/a
Manager: Walter Brown
Represented: Pittsburgh, PA
Ballpark: n/a
Attendance: n/a

Team Batting

Bold indicates they played in the majors or are a HOFer
1David Allen?--73811121004.316.34213
3John Brady?--15011000.200.4002
6Ben Gross?--629750201.172.3109
7Sam Jackson?--421460201.286.47610
8Frank Miller?--421580001.381.3818
11Welday Walker?26525690103.360.44011
12Sol White197395123005.308.38515
13William Wilson?--7367152104.417.52819
13 Players21.873273277210696026.324.324.388.713127
* - 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
2Ben Gross?--201.00062228.040340221.42912.90.07.1
3Frank Miller?--201.00022218.01612241.0008.
3 Players34.429772561.080757281.42611.
* - 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
David Allen--Unknown
John Brady--Unknown
Ben Gross--Unknown
Sam Jackson--Unknown
Frank Miller--Unknown
Welday Walker26Jul 27, 1860Steubenville, OH, US
Sol White19RR5' 9.0"170Jun 12, 1868Bellaire, OH, US
William Wilson--Unknown

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