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Postcard photo of Riggs Stephenson, as a member of the Cleveland Indians.

Riggs Stephenson

George Murray as a member of the Kansas City Blues.

George Murray

Critz, as a member of the New York Giants, with sportswriter John Drohan.

Hughie Critz

Facts and RECORDS
  1. Clarksdale (22 - 7)
  2. Charleston (15 - 14)
  3. Jackson Roamers (13 - 15)
  4. Belzoni Boosters (12 - 16)
  5. Greenville (12 - 16)
  6. Greenwood (11 - 17)
  • Riggs Stephenson was a career .336 hitter, thought by some to be the best player not in the Hall of Fame. Riggs earned his nickname, "Old Hoss", while playing in Greenwood.
  • Bill Terry, the last National Leaguer to hit over .400, played a few games for Charleston towards the end of the 1920 Delta League season.