In 1884, African-American Moses Fleetwood Walker played for the Toledo Blue Stockings, which was a major league team in the American Association -- the first to do so. His brother, Welday Walker, later played for the same team, thus becoming the second African American to do so.
Larry Doby of the Cleveland Indians was the first African American to play in the American League. Jackie Robinson was the first African American to play in the National League, Brooklyn Dodgers. In addition, Jackie Robinson get a lot of racist criticism because of his colour and different etnicity. He wore number "42". He played as Second Base. By the way, in 2013, a movie named by his number "42" were released. The movie tell us about a true story of an African American playing in American baseball and get a lot of criticm (some of them are death threats).
'AA' stands for 'American Association'. It can also mean the second highest level of minor league baseball (below AAA) and includes the Eastern League, Southern League and the Texas League.
To play in the major leagues, that would be Larry Doby, Cleveland Indians
ALCS stands for American League Championship Series. The ALCS is the second, and final round of the American League play-offs, to decide the which team goes to the World Series.
The National League defeated the American League, 5-1. It was the second consecutive All-Star Game victory for the N.L.
The first organized league of teams consisting solely of African-Americans -- it was called the Negro National League -- was in 1920. This first league lasted until 1931. A second league, also called the Negro National League, was organized in 1933. Another league, the Negro American League, was launched in 1937. The former folded after the 1949 season, the latter held on until 1962.
The Oakland Athletics have the second most American League World Series titles with 9.
The Los Angeles Dodgers have 18 National League Pennants second to the New York Yankees with 40 Amearican League Pennants. The Oakland Athletics have the second most in the American League with 14 pennants.
That would be Roy Campanella of the Negro Leagues and the Brooklyn Dodgers who was elected in 1968.
The Oakland Atheletics have the second most world Series titles in the American League.
The Oakland Athletic have the second most World Series titles in the American League with 9.