Here are the statistics for the Lincoln Giants’ stay in Havana during December, 1912.
Again, Holway’s Complete Book doesn’t mention this series. Figueredo has just 12 games, missing the December 22 contest, a 7-6 victory by the Lincolns over Habana. Overall the series was a poor showing for the Lincolns (5-8), who featured three future Hall of Famers in John Henry Lloyd (for some reason called “Sam Lloyd” by the Cuban papers), a young Louis Santop, and Joe Williams (called “Ciclón” in Cuba), who went just 1-5.
The box scores no longer name the batters hit by pitches (though they continue to give the number hit), which means that it’s not always possible to tell whether a given non-at-bat plate appearance is a walk or HBP. You’ll see how I dealt with it in the “Games” tab.
There are, to my knowledge, two more Negro League visits to Cuba in this decade: the Lincoln Giants again in 1914, and the Indianapolis ABCs in 1915. I haven’t compiled them yet, but will get to them in the next few weeks. That will give us statistics for nine of eleven series from 1900 to 1915, with only the first two—1900 and 1903—lacking.
Given that the available sources in English have missed quite a few games so far, it wouldn’t be too surprising to find that entire series have been missed, so stay tuned.