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What teams were part of the Negro League?
Nevertheless, the Negro National League (NNL) was established during the two-day meeting. Its teams were Foster’s Chicago American Giants, the Indianapolis ABCs, Chicago Giants, Kansas City (Missouri) Monarchs, Detroit Stars, St. Louis Giants, Dayton (Ohio) Marcos, and the Cuban Stars, who had no home city.
How did baseball teams travel in the 1950s?
It was a technological innovation that made MLB’s move to California feasible: fast, reliable, and cost-effective jet air transportation. Even for short road trips, the conversion of team travel from trains to planes became nearly universal in the 1950s.
Who is the first African American to play major league baseball in the 1940’s?
On April 15, 1947, Jackie Robinson, age 28, becomes the first African American player in Major League Baseball when he steps onto Ebbets Field in Brooklyn to compete for the Brooklyn Dodgers.
When did the 1950 Major League Baseball season start and end?
This article is about the 1950 Major League Baseball season only. For information on all of baseball, see 1950 in baseball. The 1950 Major League Baseball season began on April 18 and ended on October 7, 1950 with the New York Yankees winning the World Series championship, over the Philadelphia Phillies.
When did the 1935 MLB season start and end?
1935 MLB season League Major League Baseball Sport Baseball Duration April 16 – October 7, 1935 Number of games 154
Who was the National League champion in 1935?
The 1935 Major League Baseball season was contested from April 16 to October 7, 1935. The Chicago Cubs and Detroit Tigers were the regular season champions of the National League and American League, respectively. The Tigers then defeated the Cubs in the World Series, four games to two.
Who was the World Series champion in 1950?
The 1950 Major League Baseball season began on April 18 and ended on October 7, 1950 with the New York Yankees winning the World Series championship, over the Philadelphia Phillies. The only no-hitter of the season was pitched by Vern Bickford on August 11, in the Boston Braves 7–0 victory over the Brooklyn Dodgers.