Clarence "Cito" Gaston won back-to-back World Series championships in 1992 and 1993 as manager of the Toronto Blue Jays.
There have been eight: 1) Joe Black, Brooklyn Dodgers in the 1952 World Series. 2) Bob Gibson, St. Louis Cardinals in the 1964, 1967, and 1968 World Series. 3) Jim 'Mudcat' Grant, Minnesota Twins in the 1965 World Series. 4) John Wyatt, Boston Red Sox in the 1967 World Series. 5) John 'Blue Moon' Odom, Oakland Athletics in the 1974 World Series. 6) Grant Jackson, Pittsburgh Pirates in the 1979 World Series. 7) Dave Stewart, Oakland Athletics in the 1989 World Series. 8) Darren Oliver, Texas Rangers in the 2011 World Series If I have omitted anyone, please add to this answer.
The Chicago Whitesox. He was on the infamous 1919 " Black Sox" who threw the World Series.
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Larry Doby, of Paterson, New Jersey, was the 1st Black player to hit a home run in the World Series when he hit one on October 9, 1948.
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No. The only African-American to win the World Series as a manager was Cito Gaston of the Toronto Blue Jays in 1992 and 1993. He was a pretty good player who played in 1026 games over an 11 year MLB career but never played in a World Series.
1942 St. Louis Cardinals World Series Black BatYou might have what is called a World Series Black Bat. The World series "Black Bat" was given to participating players, and dignitaries from teams in the world series. They have facsimile signatures of the entire team in gold on a dark black ebony bat. Names in script for Hillerich & Bradsby endorsees and block letter for non endorsed players. "Black Bats" are highly sought after in excellent to near mint condition. Any grade lower will devalue the price considerably. A 1942 St. Louis Cardinals Black Bat is worth about $750. - $1,000.
The 1919 World Series.
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The Cincinnati Reds beat the Chicago "Black Sox" in the 1919 World Series
The Chicago 'Black Sox' never won a World Series. The 1919 Chicago White Sox team was nicknamed the 'Black Sox' after it was revealed that seven or eight of their players had taken money from gamblers to throw the World Series. The White Sox lost the 1919 World Series to the Cincinnati Reds 5 games to 3.
The black sox was the 1908 white sox. the were called "black" because they fixed the world series