Who was the first African American to hit home run?
In the "modern' era of baseball, Jackie Robinson was the first African American to hit a home run in Major League baseball. As far as the history of baseball is concerned their is no record of such a feat as to amateur baseball games.
If you mean in major league baseball, that would be Jackie Robinson, who hit 12 homers in his rookie season of 1947. Moses Fleetwood Walker was the first African-American to play on a major league team, but he hit no home runs during his 42 games in 1884. Babe Ruth had some facial characteristics of people of African background, and was villified as a n----- by some of his opponents, explicitly by Ty Cobb. Any…
Who was the first hispanic major league baseball player to hit more than 60 home runs in three seasons?
Research shows Elston Howard was the first African American to play for the Yankees when he joined the team in 1955 as a 26 year old rookie. Howard played in 97 games that season, but only 9 as a catcher (the Yanks had Yogi Berra, who won the MVP that year), he was an outfielder in 75 games. Howard hit .290, with 10 home runs and 43 RBIs.
Who was the first player to hit a home-run for both American and National league in an all-star game?
In the 1971 All-Star Game at Detroit's Tiger Stadium, Frank Robinson of the Baltimore Orioles became the first player to hit home runs for both leagues. He hit a two-run blast for the American League in the third inning of the game eventually won by the AL, 6-4. Robinson had previously hit a home run for the National League in 1959, when he was a member of the Cincinnati Reds. Alfonso Soriano duplicated the feat…