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Willie Wells was once called "the greatest living player not in the baseball hall of fame." He is a Negro League shortstop from Austin, Texas. Wells played in the Negro Leagues from the 1920s to the early 1940s and led the St. Louis Stars to three league titles. He also was a player-manager for the Chicago American Giants in the early 1930s and again in the 1940s for the Newark Eagles. Wells batted .368 and hit a league record 27 homeruns for the Stars in 1929. He played in eight All-Star games and finished his career with a batting a

Willie "El Diablo" Wells