The Chicago American Giants were Negro League champs with a record of 41-21. Kansas City came in second. They were owned and managed by Rube Foster from 1911-1926. The Giants won titles in 1920, 1921 and 1922. The Giants, under Foster, played in the 5,000 seat stadium that White Sox owner Charles Comiskey gave up when he built the baseball palace of the world in 1910. They played 32 seasons.