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1942 Cincinnati/Cleveland Buckeyes

1942 > Class Negro Majors > 1942 Negro American League
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Affiliation: none or n/a
Manager: n/a
Represented: Cincinnati, OH and Cleveland, OH
Ballpark: n/a
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Team Batting

Bold indicates they played in the majors or are a HOFer
1Alonzo Boone343300000000.
2Bob Boone*224400000000. for 2 teams
3Gene Bremer254400000000.
4Joe Brown22101000000000.
5Ted Christopher--2200000000.
6Thad Christopher*29121222000000.
7Howard Cleveland*--343114010003. for 2 teams
8Sugg Cornelius358814000100.500.500.5001.00040Stats for 2 teams
9Johnnie Cowan295502000100.400.400.400.80020
10Billy Horne--272637000101.
11Tice James27201813000112. for 2 teams
12Bill Jefferson371100000000.
13Sam Jethroe#25262637100310.269.269.308.57780
14John Lyles#30161612000000.
15Raymond Owens*30131214000001.333.385.333.71840Stats for 2 teams
17Raymond Taylor327700000000.
18Eugene Tyler--4412000100.500.500.5001.00020
19Archie Ware*24232115001402.238.304.381.68580
20Emmett Wilson#297600000001.
21Parnell Woods30312949020612.310.355.448.803130Stats for 2 teams
21 Players27.8
* - 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
1Alonzo Boone3421.66733025.0201050101.0007.
2Bob Boone*2203.0003008.0111145001.87512. for 2 teams
3Gene Bremer2562.75086161.2132844210.2761.
4Bill Jefferson3741.80054139.1141700000.3563.20.00.0
5Raymond Owens*3022.50033028.1111503000.3883.50.01.0Stats for 2 teams
6Ray Robinson--11.50022015.00400000.0000.00.00.0
6 Players29.2
* - 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
Alonzo Boone34RR6' 1.0"195Jan 13, 1908Decatur, AL, US
Bob Boone22LL6' 3.0"2101920East St. Louis, IL, US
Gene Bremer25RR5' 11.0"200Jul 18, 1916New Orleans, LA, US
Joe Brown22RR6' 2.0"2001920
Ted Christopher--RRUnknown
Thad Christopher29LR6' 0.0"180Dec 24, 1912Tampa, FL, US
Howard Cleveland--LR6' 1.0"190UnknownWest Palm Beach, FL, US
Sugg Cornelius35RR5' 8.0"180Sep 3, 1906Atlanta, GA, US
Johnnie Cowan29RR5' 9.0"172May 31, 1913Pleasant Hill, AL, US
Billy Horne--RR5' 6.0"165UnknownNew Orleans, LA, US
Tice James27RRDec 14, 1914Key West, FL, US
Bill Jefferson37RR5' 9.0"165Jul 16, 1904Clearview, OK, US
Sam Jethroe25SR6' 1.0"178Jan 23, 1917Lowndes County, MS, US
John Lyles30SR5' 9.0"190Mar 18, 1912St. Louis, MO, US
Raymond Owens30LL1912AL, US
Ray Robinson--RR6' 2.0"2081932Richmond, VA, US
Raymond Taylor32RR5' 11.0"1651910Memphis, TN, US
Eugene Tyler--RRUnknown
Archie Ware24LL5' 9.0"160Jun 19, 1918Greenville, FL, US
Emmett Wilson29SR5' 5.0"170Jan 10, 1913Yazoo City, MS, US
Parnell Woods30RR5' 9.0"170Feb 16, 1912Birmingham, AL, US

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