Quincy Thomas Trouppe
- Bats Both, Throws Right
- Height 6' 2½", Weight 225 lb.
- High School Vashon High School
- Debut 1930
- American League Debut April 30, 1952
- Final Game May 10, 1952
- Born December 25, 1912 in Dublin, GA USA
- Died August 12, 1993 in Creve Coeur, MO USA
Quincy Trouppe was a catcher for many years in the Negro Leagues, the major leagues, in Mexico and Latin America, and in Canada. He also served as a manager and was a successful amateur boxer.
He was 39 when he finally appeared in the majors. He published an autobiography in 1977, titled 20 Years Too Soon: Prelude to Major-League Integrated Baseball. It was reprinted in 1995.
Year-By-Year Minor League Managerial Record
|1945||Cleveland Buckeyes||Negro American League||67-25||1st||Cleveland Buckeyes||Won Negro World Series|
|1946||Cleveland Buckeyes||Negro American League||36-40||3rd||Cleveland Buckeyes|
|1947||Cleveland Buckeyes||Negro American League||44-25||1st||Cleveland Buckeyes||Lost Negro World Series|
|1948||Chicago American Giants||Negro American League||27-50||5th||Chicago American Giants|
- 5-time NAL All-Star (1938 & 1945-1948)
- Won one Negro World Series with the Cleveland Buckeyes in 1945
- NAL Pennants: 2 (1945 & 1947)
- Managed one Negro World Series champion with the Cleveland Buckeyes in 1945