Oscar McKinley Charleston | SIZE: 14" x 21"
- "Hoosier Comet"
- Born in Indianapolis, Indiana Oct. 14, 1896 - died Oct. 6, 1954
- Served 3 years in the US Army
- Began playing career with the Indianapolis ABC's
- Lifetime batting average .339
- 3x East-West All-Star selection
- Considered as the greatest centerfielder and one of the most reliable sluggers in black baseball
- Played in the inaugural Negro National League Double-Header on May 20, 1920
- Inducted to Baseball Hall of Fame in 1976