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Malcolm Elmore Brown (July 18, 1899 – September 13, 1951), nicknamed "Scrappy", was an American Negro league shortstop between 1920 and 1930. A native of Sparrows Point, Maryland, Brown made his Negro leagues debut in 1920 with the Hilldale Club. He went on to play for several teams, including five seasons with the Baltimore Black Sox, and finished his career with a two-year stint with the Brooklyn Royal Giants in 1929 and 1930. Brown died in Washington, DC in 1951 at age 52.

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  • Malcolm Elmore Brown (July 18, 1899 – September 13, 1951), nicknamed "Scrappy", was an American Negro league shortstop between 1920 and 1930. A native of Sparrows Point, Maryland, Brown made his Negro leagues debut in 1920 with the Hilldale Club. He went on to play for several teams, including five seasons with the Baltimore Black Sox, and finished his career with a two-year stint with the Brooklyn Royal Giants in 1929 and 1930. Brown died in Washington, DC in 1951 at age 52.
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  • Malcolm Elmore Brown (July 18, 1899 – September 13, 1951), nicknamed "Scrappy", was an American Negro league shortstop between 1920 and 1930. A native of Sparrows Point, Maryland, Brown made his Negro leagues debut in 1920 with the Hilldale Club. He went on to play for several teams, including five seasons with the Baltimore Black Sox, and finished his career with a two-year stint with the Brooklyn Royal Giants in 1929 and 1930. Brown died in Washington, DC in 1951 at age 52.
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