August 10, 1919
"Akron Team Set to Meet Cubans - Gay-Lords Have Stiff Competition Booked for Sunday Sport. - Ralph Lattimore's Akron Gay-Lords are all set to repel the invation of the Cuban Stars, who are to meet the locals at Lakeside Park Sunday afternoon. Francis Karpp will probably get the call to do the mound duty for the Akron team. The Cuban Stars have hung up a good record during their barnstorming tour this summer. They have met some of the best semi-pro clubs in the West and have won a big percentage of their games. Rube Foster, who has backed many famous colored teams in previous years, is piloting the Cubans. Sunday will be another ladies' day at Lakeside Park."
"Cubans Swamp Akron 10 to 1 - Ralp Lattimore, manager of the Akron semi-pros, had a poor hunch when he scheduled the Cuban Stars for a game Sunday. The Cubans swamped the Akron bunch 10 to 1, pounding both Jack Kolp and Francis Karpp hard. Hard hitting marked the Cuban attack, their blows including seven doubles. Two of these were by Eustaquio Pedroso in the seventh in which six runs were scored."
August 11, 1919
"A great deal of interest is being shown in the game between Rube Foster's Cuban Stars and the Akron Gaylords at Lakeside Park, tomorrow afternoon. The Cuban team bears the reputation of being one of the best colored nines in the country. Manager Ralph Lattimore of the Gaylords will use Cuip on the mound against the Cuban team. Burt Farr, who lost last Sunday's Massillon-Akron game by dropping an easy fly, will not appear in the lineup of the locals tomorrow. Either Bernie Byatt or Chic Evans will go to right field, where Farr made his costly slip. The game will be called at 3:30."
August 18, 1919
"Play at Redland - The Marcos of Dayton, Ohio, and the Cuban All-Stars of Chicago were booked to start a series of four games Monday at Redland Field. The Cubans are rated one of the fastest clubs in the country while the Marcos claim the colored baseball championship of Ohio."
August 19, 1919
"Cubans Again Victors - The Cuban All-Stars again defeated the Dayton Marcos at Redland Field Tuesday, 7 to 1. The two teams meet Wednesday and Thursday. Returns of the Reds' game will be posted. Next week the Cubans play Rube Foster's American Giants, one of America's greatest colored teams, at Redland Field."
August 25, 1919
"Cuban Star With Foster's Giants - Rube Foster's American Giants and the Cuban Stars start a series of three games Tuesday at Redland Field. They also play Wednesday and Thursday. The score of the Cincinnati and New York National League teams will be posted by innings. Josh (Christobal) Torrienti, rated Cuba's greatest hitter, and Oscar Charleston, known as the black Ty Cobb of baseball, are members of the American Giants."
August 26, 1919
"Giants Trim Cubans - The American Giants defeated the Cuban Stars in the first game of a series of three at Redland Field Tuesday, 12 to 4. Two more games will be played Wednesday and Thursday."
September 4, 1919
"Stanley Baumgartner Wins - With Stanley Baumgartner, the former Phillie southpaw pitcher, hurling an invincible article of ball, Germantown for the second time this season last night defeated the Cuban Stars, 7 to 2."
September 7, 1919
"Rube Foster's Cuban Stars - Akron, Ohio - Rube Foster's Cuban Stars defeated the Akron Gay-Lords for the second time this season at Liberty Park, Sunday afternoon, 7 to 1. Shields allowed but five scattered hits until the eighth inning, when the Gay-Lords blew and the Cubans scored five runs on six hits, a sacrifice and an error. Akron hit Lebane but failed in the pinches. A double and two singles were made in the seventh, but fast fielding prevented the home team from scoring. The largest crowd of the season saw Akron score but one run, which came in the eighth on Storch's double to the left field bleachers and Hildebrand's two-base hit to the same place."
"Akron's Buried 7-1 by Cubans - The Akron semi-pros, who come here next Sunday, should lay off of the Cuban Stars, who handed them another lacing yesterday 7 to 1. Several weeks ago the Cubans gave Akron an even more decisive beating. Akron hit the Cuban twirler hard but could get nothing out of its hits, doubles by Storch and Hildenbrand in the eighth producing the only run. The game drew the largest crowd of the Akron season."
July 26, 1919
"Holland, Michigan, July 28. - The Cuban Stars defeated the Holland Independents in a slugfest here Saturday afternoon 11 to 9. Steggarda pitched the entire game for Holland, while the Cubans used two pitchers. The teams lead each other at intervals and twice the score was a tie."