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Detroit Stars

The Detroit Stars were an American baseball team in the Negro leagues and played at historic Mack Park. There were several incarnations of the Stars; the original Stars from 1919–1931, the second incarnation in 1933, the third version in 1937 and a last resurrection in the 1950s when the Negro leagues were more of a minor league.

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... After a brief tenure with the Detroit Stars, Radcliffe played for the St ... Louis Stars (1930), Homestead Grays (1931), Pittsburgh Crawfords (1932), Columbus Blue Birds (1933), New York Black Yankees, Brooklyn Eagles, Cincinnati Tigers ... With the Detroit Stars, he was the regular catcher for the first half of the season ...
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