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May 26, 2006

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Roger Brewer

In copy of the original print-copy that I found elswewhere (I do not know if this is from Pittsburgh Courier or different paper as source is not referenced), "J. Williams" of team "G" (Homestead Grays) is shown between P. Charleston and Albrecht. Stats are: 41 AB / 4 R / 6 H / 3 PO (probably?) / 30 AST / 2 (or 1?) ERR / 0 SH / 0 SB / 2 (or 1?) 2B / 0 3B / 0 HR / .146 AVG. Some of the numbers are very difficult to make out, thus the question marks.

KJOK

Gary - Thru June, Williams was 2 - 4 in 7 games, per the Jul 6th Baltimore African American. Unfortuatley, on-line issues are missing from July 20 - December of 1929, so don't know what happened to him after that..

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