Greenwood pitcher Stan Poloczyk led the league with a 1.82 ERA.
Greenwood 3B Francis McCluskey and pitcher Fred Waters were chosen to the
August 20,1951, an old-timers baseball game was held at Legion Field in Greenwood
whereby the former pro baseball players in the area took on the Greenwood Dodgers of the Cotton States
On April 4, 1935, The New York Giants and Cleveland Indians played an
exhibition game at Legion Field in Greenwood.
On October 23,1952, Roy Campanella and his all-stars came to Legion Field in
Greenwood, MS to play an exhibition game against the Negro American League all-stars. Campanella's team
featured such all-stars as, Hank Thompson, Harry "Suitcase" Simpson, Larry Doby, George Crowe, Monte Irvin,
Joe Black, Leon Day, and Verdell Mathis. The Negro American League all-stars featured Frank Barnes, James
Tugerson, and Marshall Bridges. The game was won by the Negro American League all-stars, 3-0. Attendance
for the game was 2,080.