Bullet Campbell

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Campbell at the 1924 Negro World Series

William Henry Campbell

  • Bats unknown, Throws Right
  • Height 5' 10", Weight 190 lb.

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Biographical Information[edit]

Bullet Campbell, also known as "Zip" Campbell was a Negro League pitcher of the 1920s.

Campbell debuted with the Washington Potomacs in 1923 and had a 6.00 ERA and no decisions for Hilldale in 1924. He went 3-4 for Hilldale in 1925. He did not appear in either the 1924 Negro World Series or 1925 Negro World Series.

Zip had his big year in 1926, going 9-4 with a 2.00 RA. He led the Eastern Colored League in ERA and tied Oscar Levis for fourth in wins. Campbell fell all the way to 1-11 in 1927 and saw limited action in the next two years to end his career.


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