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Baltimore Elite Giants
... The Baltimore Elite Giants were a professional baseball team that played in the Negro leagues from 1920 to 1950 ... Wilson, in Nashville, Tennessee as the semi-pro Nashville Standard Giants on March 26, 1920 ... The team was renamed the Elite Giants in 1933, and would move to Baltimore, Maryland in 1938, where it played until its final season in 1950 ...
Negro National League (1933–1948) - Negro National League Franchises
1943, 1944, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1948 Baltimore Black Sox (1933-1934) Brooklyn Royal Giants (1933) Cole's American Giants (1933-1935) Columbus Blue Birds / Akron Black Tyrites ...
Chattanooga Black Lookouts
... National League (1920–1931) Birmingham Black Barons Chicago American Giants Chicago Giants Cleveland Browns Cleveland Cubs Cleveland Elites Cleveland Hornets Cleveland Tate Stars Cleveland ... Louis Giants St ... Louis Stars Toledo Tigers Eastern Colored League (1923–1928) Bacharach Giants Baltimore Black Sox Brooklyn Royal Giants Cuban Stars (East) Harrisburg Giants Hilldale Club Homestead Grays Lincoln Giants ...
Brooklyn Bushwicks
... League (1920–1931) Birmingham Black Barons Chicago American Giants Chicago Giants Cleveland Browns Cleveland Cubs Cleveland Elites Cleveland Hornets Cleveland Tate Stars ... Louis Giants St ... Louis Stars Toledo Tigers Eastern Colored League (1923–1928) Bacharach Giants Baltimore Black Sox Brooklyn Royal Giants Cuban Stars (East) Harrisburg Giants Hilldale Club Homestead Grays ...

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