Enjoy the "Boxscore of the Week," a new feature on pitchblackbaseball.com.
Each week we'll post an historically significant boxscore featuring the
greatest games and the greatest players in Negro League history.
Boxscores are archived here!
This week's boxscore is from the 1937 Denver Post Tournament. After winning the Dominican League pennant for President Trujillo, a team made up of Negro League stars (wearing Dominican uniforms) returned to the U.S. and won the top semipro tournament in the country. In this game, Cool Papa Bell's hard slide led to a half hour brawl!
MP3 Downloads of the 1935 Negro League East-West
and the Biography of Double Duty Radcliffe,
complete with interview clips with dozens of Negro Leaguers!
Also available on iTunes (under "Kyle McNary")
Listen to the biography of
Negro League great,
Double Duty Radcliffe
Listen to what the 1935 Negro League East-West All-Star Game would have sounded like if announced on the radio!
run by Earl Jackson,
the grandson of the greatest second baseman in
Negro League history,