Charles Ruffin

Charles Leon Ruffin (February 11, 1912 – August 14, 1970) was an American catcher in Negro league baseball. He played for the Brooklyn Eagles, Newark Eagles, Pittsburgh Crawfords, and Philadelphia Stars between 1935 and 1946.[1]

Charles Ruffin
Born: February 11, 1912
Portsmouth, Virginia
Died: August 14, 1970 (aged 58)
Portsmouth, Virginia
Batted: Right Threw: Right
1935, for the Brooklyn Eagles
Last appearance
1946, for the Newark Eagles
Negro National League statistics
Batting average.204
Home runs3
Runs scored52
Career highlights and awards


  1. ^ "Charles Ruffin Negro League Statistics & History". Retrieved June 11, 2012.

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Charles R. Hook Sr.

Charles Ruffin Hook Sr. (July 12, 1880 - November 15, 1963) was an American industrialist, second president of Armco Steel Corp., and recipient of the Henry Laurence Gantt Medal in 1950.

Fred Preaus

Frederick Tidwell Preaus, known as Fred Preaus (April 25, 1912 – July 13, 1987), was a businessman and politician from the U.S. state of Louisiana, a native of Farmerville, the seat of government of Union Parish near the Arkansas state line. He was an unsuccessful Democratic candidate in the 1956 Louisiana gubernatorial election.

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