Wilmer Fields

Wilmer Fields

Wilmer Leon Fields (August 2, 1922 – June 4, 2004) was a pitcher and third baseman in baseball's Negro Leagues. Wilmer was often referred to as "Red" or Wilmer "The Great" Fields.

Fields was born in Manassas, Virginia.

Read more about Wilmer Fields:  Recruited To Play For The Homestead Grays, Service in The U.S. Army, Played Baseball Throughout The Americas, After Baseball, Negro Leagues Baseball Players Association, Black Hockey and Sports Hall of Fame

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