About Ron Teasley

Ronald Teasley (born January 26, 1927) is an American former Negro league outfielder. A native of Detroit, Michigan, Teasley attended Northwestern High School and Wayne State University, where he was a standout baseball and basketball player. He served in the US Navy in 1945 and 1946. In 1947, Teasley was sent to try out with the Brooklyn Dodgers. He was signed after Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier to become the first African American to play major league baseball. Teasley was released shortly after. He joined the Negro Leagues and played with the New York Cubans in 1948. He went on to play for the Carman Cardinals of the
Mandak League in 1949 and 1950. Teasley was inducted into the Wayne State University athletic hall of fame in 1986. Teasley has also been inducted into 5 other Hall of Fames, including Michigan High School Coaches Association.

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