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Players who Played in the Major Negro Leagues and had a .300 Career Average

Posted by Adam Darowski on May 2, 2024

Based on current data available, there are 386 players who played in the major Negro Leagues and hit .300 in their careers. Here are the player with at least 1,500 plate appearances:

  1. Willie Mays
  2. Jackie Robinson
  3. Cool Papa Bell
  4. Willie Wells
  5. Turkey Stearnes
  6. Oscar Charleston
  7. Mule Suttles
  8. Jud Wilson
  9. Biz Mackey
  10. Branch Russell
  11. Hurley McNair
  12. Wilson Redus
  13. Wade Johnston
  14. Judy Johnson
  15. Clint Thomas
  16. Vic Harris
  17. George Carr
  18. Buck Leonard
  19. George Scales
  20. Cristóbal Torriente
  21. Ben Taylor
  22. Sandy Thompson
  23. Henry Kimbro
  24. Chaney White
  25. Josh Gibson
  26. Roy Parnell
  27. Clarence Smith
  28. Bullet Rogan
  29. Dick Lundy
  30. Fats Jenkins
  31. Homer Curry
  32. Edgar Wesley
  33. Valentín Dreke
  34. Charlie Blackwell
  35. John Beckwith
  36. Dobie Moore
  37. Heavy Johnson
  38. George Giles
  39. Nat Rogers
  40. Walter Cannady
  41. Mitchell Murray
  42. Sammy Hughes
  43. John Henry Lloyd
  44. Rap Dixon
  45. Willard Brown
  46. Steel Arm Davis
  47. Ed Rile
  48. Bernardo Baró
  49. Johnny Washington
  50. Ed Stone
  51. Oliver Marcell
  52. Martín Dihigo
  53. Jim Williams
  54. Robert Hudspeth
  55. Henry Spearman
  56. Wild Bill Wright
  57. Bill Hoskins

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