Team Batting

  • Bold indicates they played in the majors or are a HOFer
Team Batting
1Agustin Aguinaga?--13128321013045.250.500.7501.2506000Stats for 2 teams
2Jesus Alcantar2143545081520060310.300.340.340.68017010
3Rodolfo Alvarado29320.000
4Juan Arias2110844440277113241106963226.281.338.420.758169505
5Virgilio Arteaga*341024423746512327337515838.329.422.441.863165361
6William Avila?--430.000
7Santiago Ayala*2713462054610318840312116145633.344.409.495.903270765
8David Cabrera?--4132.154
9Pedro Carrillo194495871117302170829.
10Rosendo Del Rio2313263053013117129466199244.323.421.426.847226134
11Jose Echeverria201036338920010037.273.333.333.66711000
12Manuel Fortes#4143968119242041601314.296.394.469.86338020
13Guillermo Frayde2285315277527915085613140.285.358.426.784118223Stats for 2 teams
14Guillermo Galindo212134305800340412.267.353.567.92017000Stats for 3 teams
15Mario Garcia?--1244914148913628289486043.329.423.464.886192962
16Jesus Gomez?--8134.308
17Rodolfo Gonzalez?--163131381002004.
18Guillermo Grajeda29192417310004073.059.333.059.3921000Stats for 2 teams
20Burro Hernandez3033147125214014122922123.320.415.496.91162001
21Orestes Hernandez22106488427103162256680215161.379.449.508.957217451
22Francisco Higuera25271171083035517260711.324.371.583.95463110
23Bernard LaFarga?--231.333
24Enrique Leduc26142524010003017.
25Leonardo Lopez?--640.000
26Jesus Martinez?--4154.267
27Ramon Martinez?--7264.154
28Minnie Mendoza2010147443689141352167963249.323.368.523.891228042
29Erubiel Morales?--141717251002002.294.294.353.6476000
30Luis Noriega?--6133.231
31Lucio Olivas*276715212223384001702631.311.440.344.78442220
32Lorenzo Ortiz?--44179164365212232331216.317.367.470.83777120
33Fernando Ramirez242165511117202521213.333.477.490.96725200
34Tito Reynolds23462.333
35Juan Rodriguez2384339289577721376024346.266.365.433.798125250
36Jose Roman268103.300
37Ramon Sandoval?--481421311630400133914. for 2 teams
38Joe Searcie?--230.000
39Manuel Serrano2927133100313010022403211.300.474.460.93446100
40Ramon Vargas39471791682662150237397.369.399.494.89383011
41Regino Vazquez2253605171100031820.216.322.216.53811010
42Adriano Wong242333304300000212.
43Alfonso Zaldivar?--482.250
44Roberto Zazueto23163830240104077.
44 Players25.214258645142103215973233010193281645662.311.385.444.82922834730

Team Pitching

  • Bold indicates they played in the majors or are a HOFer

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Team Roster

  • Bold indicates they played in the majors

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The Hall of Fame dataset

This data is constructed from the best available information as provided by Larry Lester, Wayne Stivers and Dick Clark of the Negro Leagues Researchers and Authors Group. It contains data culled from newspaper boxscores, covering league sanctioned games from 1920 to 1948, which was produced for a study sponsored by Major League Baseball and the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. It reflects totals as compiled by the NLRAG up to 2006. As new credible information is continually unearthed, these numbers will continue to change.

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