On May 2, 1920, the first game in the history of the Negro National League is played. The Indianapolis ABCs host the Chicago American Giants, managed by Hall of Famer Rube Foster. The ABCs, featuring Hall of Famer Oscar Charleston, win the game, 4-2.
Smoky Joe Williams of the Homestead Grays strikes out 27 Kansas City Monarchs in a memorable 12-inning night game
August 2, 1930
August 11, 2019
Claude “Red” Grier of the Atlantic City Bacharach Giants pitches a post-season no-hitter against the Chicago American Giants
October 3, 1926