Chief Yellow Horse ~ Pawnee

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Chief Yellow Horse
Chief Yellow Horse

Chief Yellow Horse
Born: January 28, 1898
Died: April 10, 1964
Tribe: Pawnee

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Moses J. “Chief” Yellow Horse (also Yellowhorse), was an American baseball player who pitched for the Pittsburgh Pirates, from 1921 until 1922. A Native American from the Pawnee tribe, he is the first full-blooded American Indian to have played in the Major Leagues

Yellow Horse was born in Oklahoma, United States to Clara and Thomas Yellow Horse in the early part of 1898 (one source lists his given name as “Mose,” though all other sources give it as “Moses”). Yellow Horse was a full-blooded Native American since his parents were Native Americans of unmixed ancestry. Additionally, he was ordered to attend a traditional school by the Indian Agency. It was at the Chilocco Indian Agricultural School that Yellow Horse started his baseball career. In 1917, he performed at a high level for the school, and compiled a win–loss record of 17-0 Unabridged
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