Joseph Black was an American right-handed pitcher in Negro League and Major League Baseball for the Brooklyn Dodgers, Cincinnati Redlegs, and Washington Senators who became the first black pitcher to win a World Series game, in 1952. A native of Plainfield, New Jersey, he starred at Plainfield High School. Black attended Morgan State University on a baseball scholarship and graduated in 1950. He later received an honorary doctorate from Shaw University. He was a member of Omega Psi Phi fraternity. He appears prominently in Roger Kahn's classic book, The Boys of Summer.
About Joe Black
Rapper risen to fame through the release of his original mixtapes on SoundCloud and other digital outlets. Some of his popular albums include 2013's This Is CMG and 2011's Realionaire.
He made his debut on New Years Day 2007 with the release of his first mixtape Business As Usual to Mixtape Madness.
Some of his popular mixtapes include Realionaire 1.5 and King of the Underground 2.
He is a native of North London and has become the self-proclaimed "King of Islington."
His mixtape Realionaire includes the singles "Next Up" and "Easy Life," both of which include an appearance by Benny Banks.
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- Burials at Hillside Cemetery (Scotch Plains, New Jersey)
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- Baltimore Elite Giants players
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- Cangrejeros de Santurce (baseball) players
- Cincinnati Redlegs players
- Major League Baseball Rookie of the Year Award winners
- Seattle Rainiers players
- Tulsa Oilers (baseball) players
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- St. Paul Saints (AA) players
- Baseball players from New Jersey
- Montreal Royals players
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