Louisville White Sox

The Louisville White Sox were a baseball team in the Negro National League in 1931, based in Louisville, Kentucky. They competed as an independent team in 1930. In 1931, they finished with a 19–23 record in league play. Sammy T. Hughes and Felton Snow played for the White Sox in 1931.

After the 1931 season, they were replaced by the Louisville Black Caps.

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