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Clarence Jenkins

Clarence Jenkins
Nickname: Full Bosom

Career: 1946-1947
Positions: 2b, ss
Team: Memphis Red Sox
Born: February 20, 1927, Verona, Mississippi

Baseball Career Highlights:
Jenkins was known for his dynamic speed and ability. His lifetime batting average was .300.

Professional/Personal Accomplishments:
Jenkins' love for baseball continued after leaving the Negro Leagues in 1947. As the sergeant-of-arms and an active member of the board of directors of the International Afro-American Sports Hall of Fame, Jenkins speaks to many students and other groups about African Americans contributions in sports.

After retiring from Kelsey Hayes, he became a devoted and faithful member of the Linwood Church of Christ. Considering baseball to be the greatest sport of all times, Jenkins has dedicated his life not only to the sport but also to sharing his knowledge about the history of the game.

Source: NLBM Legacy 2000 Players' Reunion Alumni Book, Kansas City Missouri: Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, Inc., 2000.

Clarence Jenkins photo

Clarence Jenkins