Here’s a photo of the 1902 Philadelphia Giants, the first edition of that soon-to-be great ballclub, from the October 5, 1902, Philadelphia Inquirer. It was later printed in Sol White’s History of Colored Base Ball (1907), but without the players identified. Perhaps most importantly, that’s the veteran Frank Grant, second from left in the middle row.
You can click to enlarge the team photo, but in case the print is still too small, here are the players:
Top row, L to R: Farrell, 1B; John Nelson, 3B; Sol White, SS & captain; Kid Carter, P; Warrick, P.
Second row: W. Smith, CF; Frank Grant, 2B; H.W. Schlichter, manager; William Bell, P; Harry Smith, asst. manager; Andrew Payne, LF.
Front: Day, RF; Pete Burns, C.
Pete Burns, of course, is one of the people who blew the whistle on Charlie Grant’s attempt to pass as Indian.