Nickname: Big Hut
Team: Kansas City Monarchs
Born: June 21, 1937, Lynch, Kentucky
Baseball Career Highlights:
"In 1958, I was 13-4 and had won my first game in Yankee Stadium. I lost my father, who was a coal miner in Kentucky, on August 25, 1958. I had to come off the road for personal reasons."
"I was hired by the Eastman Kodak Company on February 12, 1959. I worked as a machine operator, film printer and inspector. I continued playing baseball in the Chicago area and won many championships. I took business management and accounting courses at a junior college for two years. I then became a supervisor at Kodak and retired after 33 years. Now, I help out with little league teams and bowl. Presently, I have a 192 average and bowl in tournaments throughout the country."
Awards, Honors, Titles, Championships,
• Two-Time Chicago White Sox/Douglas Park Champions
• Bowling Awards and Certificates
Source: NLBM Legacy 2000 Players' Reunion Alumni Book, Kansas City Missouri: Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, Inc., 2000.