Oddly enough, the first "Black" players in the majors were the brothers Fleet and Welday Walker, who played for Toledo in the American Association (considered a "Major League") in 1884. Of course, the so called Major League "color line" in the modern era was broken in 1947 when Jackie Robinson joined the Brooklyn Dodgers of the National League. That same year both Hank Thompson and Willard Brown joined the St. Louis Browns in the American League, becoming the first three African-Americans to play in the majors in the modern era. Toward the end of the 1947 season, pitcher Dan Bankhead, joined Robinson with the Dodgers, and Larry Doby joined the Cleveland Indians.
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Omar Vizquel, Orlando Cabrera and Octavio Dotel are three players whose names begin with O.
The team is out when three players are out.
The most famous was Babe Ruth.
Tim Keefe, Hank Greenberg, Mordecai ''Three-Finger'' Brown.
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Traditionally, there are nine players on the field... the batter is not included, because he is not a 'field' player/position. There are three outfielders, three basemen, a shortstop, a pitcher and a catcher... that equals 9.
Ten: nine position players on defense (Catcher, pitcher, first base, second base, shortstop, third base and three outfielders) and a batter at the plate on offense.
According to Ken Burns Baseball. three.
Nine. Pitcher, Catcher, First base, Second base, Shortstop, Third base, Right Field, Center field, Left field. At bat there is one and at most three on base. so there can be 13 players at most (and a couple of coaches, plus usually three umpires).
Bobo Holloman, Ferris Fain and Bob Borkowski.