Brown, Willard Baseball Hall of Fame

https://baseballhall.org/hall-of-famers/brown-willard His big league statistics – 21 games, a .179 batting average – tell the most incomplete story possible of the player who was Willard Brown. His Hall of Fame plaque, however, speaks volumes about the pioneer who was one of the Negro leagues’ greatest power hitters. “He was the most natural ballplayer I ever saw,” said Negro leagues legend Buck O’Neil.…

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http://www.baseballinwartime.com/player_biographies/brown_willard.htm Brown returned to the Kansas City Monarchs in 1946, batting .348 for second best in the league and leading the circuit with 13 home runs. With Jackie Robinson breaking the Organized baseball color-line in 1946, Willard Brown was signed by major league baseball’s St.…

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http://www.nlbemuseum.com/history/players/brownw.html National Baseball Hall of Fame Inductee (2006) Black baseball's premier home run hitter of the 1940s was a bundle of unlimited and largely unfulfilled potential. Willard Brown as a slugger who was exceptionally fast in the field, a good base runner, and an excellent gloveman with a great arm.…

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https://baseball.fandom.com/wiki/Willard_Brown Willard Jessie Brown (June 26, 1915 - August 4, 1996), nicknamed "Home Run" Brown, was an American outfielder in the Negro Leagues and Major League Baseball. Brown was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in February 2006. Born in Shreveport, Louisiana, he began his professional baseball career...…

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Willard Brown, Kansas City Monarchs – Act of Valor Award

http://www.actofvaloraward.org/willard-brown-kansas-city-monarchs/ Willard Brown, Kansas City Monarchs. From Wikipedia: Willard Jessie Brown (26 June 1915 – 4 August 1996), nicknamed “Home Run” Brown, was an American baseball player who played outfielder in the Negro leagues and in Major League Baseball (MLB). He is a member of the Baseball Hall of Fame.. He began his professional baseball career in 1934 with the Monroe Monarchs, a minor Negro league team.…

Buff Biographies: Willard Brown The Pecan Park Eagle

https://bill37mccurdy.com/2013/07/14/buff-biographies-willard-brown/ Jul 14, 2013 · Brown and Thompson both left the team before season’s end. Thompson, of course, would make a later return with the New York Giants, but it was a closing door on Willard Brown’s only shot. Willard Brown didn’t leave the St. Louis Browns with a empty hand.…

Willard Brown / Hank Thompson - Baseball Fever

https://www.baseball-fever.com/forum/the-teams-of-yesteryear/st-louis-browns/37318-willard-brown-hank-thompson Jan 31, 2008 · History has proven that Brown was right and that he was a great player, and that his St. Louis teammates were wrong in their attitudes and for their refusal to accept him and Thompson as their teammates. Willard Brown was elected to the Baseball Hall Of Fame in 2006.…

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Brown, Willard Baseball Hall of Fame

https://baseballhall.org/hall-of-famers/brown-willard His big league statistics – 21 games, a .179 batting average – tell the most incomplete story possible of the player who was Willard Brown. His Hall of Fame plaque, however, speaks volumes about the pioneer who was one of the Negro leagues’ greatest power hitters. “He was the most natural ballplayer I ever saw,” said Negro leagues legend Buck O’Neil.…

Willard Brown - Baseball-Reference.com

https://www.baseball-reference.com/register/player.fcgi?id=brown-003wil All Professional Baseball Statistics for Willard Brown. Every Sports Reference Social Media Account. Site Last Updated: Tuesday, December 10, 6:55AM Question, Comment, Feedback, or …Born: Jun 26, 1915…

Baseball in Wartime - Willard Brown

http://www.baseballinwartime.com/player_biographies/brown_willard.htm Brown returned to the Kansas City Monarchs in 1946, batting .348 for second best in the league and leading the circuit with 13 home runs. With Jackie Robinson breaking the Organized baseball color-line in 1946, Willard Brown was signed by major league baseball’s St.…

Negro Leagues Baseball eMuseum: Personal Profiles: Willard ...

http://www.nlbemuseum.com/history/players/brownw.html National Baseball Hall of Fame Inductee (2006) Black baseball's premier home run hitter of the 1940s was a bundle of unlimited and largely unfulfilled potential. Willard Brown as a slugger who was exceptionally fast in the field, a good base runner, and an excellent gloveman with a great arm.…

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https://baseball.fandom.com/wiki/Willard_Brown Willard Jessie Brown (June 26, 1915 - August 4, 1996), nicknamed "Home Run" Brown, was an American outfielder in the Negro Leagues and Major League Baseball. Brown was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in February 2006. Born in Shreveport, Louisiana, he began his professional baseball career...…

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http://www.actofvaloraward.org/willard-brown-kansas-city-monarchs/ Willard Brown, Kansas City Monarchs. From Wikipedia: Willard Jessie Brown (26 June 1915 – 4 August 1996), nicknamed “Home Run” Brown, was an American baseball player who played outfielder in the Negro leagues and in Major League Baseball (MLB). He is a member of the Baseball Hall of Fame.. He began his professional baseball career in 1934 with the Monroe Monarchs, a minor Negro league team.…

Buff Biographies: Willard Brown The Pecan Park Eagle

https://bill37mccurdy.com/2013/07/14/buff-biographies-willard-brown/ Jul 14, 2013 · Brown and Thompson both left the team before season’s end. Thompson, of course, would make a later return with the New York Giants, but it was a closing door on Willard Brown’s only shot. Willard Brown didn’t leave the St. Louis Browns with a empty hand.…

Willard Brown / Hank Thompson - Baseball Fever

https://www.baseball-fever.com/forum/the-teams-of-yesteryear/st-louis-browns/37318-willard-brown-hank-thompson Jan 31, 2008 · History has proven that Brown was right and that he was a great player, and that his St. Louis teammates were wrong in their attitudes and for their refusal to accept him and Thompson as their teammates. Willard Brown was elected to the Baseball Hall Of Fame in 2006.…

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