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Saturnino (Arrieta) Miñoso (abt. 1925 - 2015)

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Saturnino (Orestes) "Minnie" Miñoso formerly Arrieta aka Armas
Born about in Perico, Cubamap
Son of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
[spouse(s) unknown]
[children unknown]
Died in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, United Statesmap
Profile last modified 10 Feb 2019 | Created 1 Feb 2019
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Biography

Minnie Miñoso was born about 1925 in Cuba. He passed away in Chicago, Illinois in 2015. He was the son of Carlos Arrieta and Cecilia Armas. [1] Minnie Miñoso was one of the first African-American Major League Baseball Players. He began his career in the Cuban Negro League, then joined the New York Cubans, one of the teams in the American version of a Negro League. [2] After the color barriers began to fall in 1951, he became the first black Cuban in the major leagues. He was a rookie for the Cleveland Indians. [3] He eventually was the first black player for the Chicago White Sox. He was one of the first Latin Americans to play in a Major League Baseball All-Star Game. [4]

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