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Date of Birth January 10, 1900
Date of Death January 4, 1956
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John Christopher Beckwith (January 10, 1900 – January 4, 1956), nicknamed The Black Bomber, was an American infielder in baseball's Negro leagues.

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Born in Louisville, Kentucky, Beckwith was the younger brother of fellow Negro leaguer Stanley Beckwith.

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Over a career that spanned three decades, Beckwith with his signature 38-inch bat, routinely batted over .300 against official Negro league competition. Beckwith got his major league start with the Chicago Giants as a twenty-year-old in 1920. They played as a travelling team, which resulted in two last place finishes in their first two seasons as founding members of the Negro National League. However, Beckwith was a bright spot for the team, batting .285 in 1920 and .371 in 1921. Rube Foster of the Chicago American Giants decided to purchase him for his team after the 1921 season. Beckwith responded by batting .358 in 67 games with 52 runs batted in as the Giants won the league pennant that year. He played one more season with the team, batting .304 in 72 games with 77 runs batted in. In 1927, he unofficially bashed 72 home runs against all-comers (he hit 54 HRs in 1928). Beckwith went to Baltimore in 1924 to play for the Black Sox of the Eastern Colored League. He played 33 games and batted .371. In 1925, he batted .404 in fifty games with fifteen home runs. However, it was not enough to win the batting title, as Oscar Charleston trounced him with an .427 average (he also finished second to Charleston in home runs). It was the first and only time Beckwith finished in the top two for batting. Beckwith played 26 games for Baltimore before being shifted to the Harrisburg Giants in 1926 for 28 games. He batted .332. He stayed with Harrisburg for 1927 and batted .353 in 67 games. He left the league and returned to the Negro majors in 1929 with the American Negro League. He played 56 games (47 with the Homestead Grays and nine with the New York Lincoln Giants), batting .386 with sixty runs batted in. He played sporadically in Negro baseball afterwards, playing two games for the Newark Browns in 1932, one for the Newark Dodgers in 1934, and six for the Grays in 1935.

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Beckwith served as a pitcher on five occasions (with one start), throwing 22.1 total innings and allowing eight runs. The rifle-armed player would start at seven other positions in the field in 3,394 total innings of play, with third base (1,422.1) and shortstop (805) being his primary positions. A dead-pull hitter, Beckwith had one of the quickest bats around. In fact, opposing defenses sometimes employed an over-shift on the infield—a rare occurrence versus a righty. In 1921, the 19-year-old became the first basher to hit a ball over the laundry roof behind Crosley Field.

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Beckwith also took up managing, doing so for three different teams. He managed the Black Sox in 1925 to a 25-18-1 record before being replaced by Pete Hill. In 1927, he went 38-31 for the Giants for a second place finish. In 1932, he managed four games for the Newark Browns of the East-West League (all losses) before the team folded. In later years, he played for the Palmer House Indians (1936) and Brooklyn Royal Giants (1938)

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