Mamie Peanut Johnson

Sep 27, 1935 – Dec 19, 2017 (Age 82)


Mamie "Peanut" Johnson, one of three women to play baseball in the Negro Leagues, died Tuesday, Dec. 19, 2017, according to The Associated Press. She was 82. For full obituary and coverage from, click here.

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My prayers are with the family of this great lady for breaking the chains on professional baseball for females, I know some of her family in Charlotte, NC

Your life will be remembered forever.

My condolences goes out to family and all who new of Mamie Johnson. Knowing she was a part of history. My thought goes to (Eccl.7:1 ),Where it speaks about making a good name for yourself. That's truly is heart warming. May the God of all comfort be with you at this time. RW Oh.

My condolences to the family of Mamie Peanut Johnson. Mamie was so kind and sweet. Her legacy is hermetically sealed into history of Negro League Baseball.

I have indelibly reposed memories of talking to Mamie and being touched by her kindness. You live forever in our hearts and minds.

I'm truly sorry for the loss your family is experiencing at this moment. Just know that the God of comfort can bind up your broken heart! ISAIAH 61:1,2.

With heartfelt sympathy. Please accept my deepest condolences. May you continue to cherish his precious memories together. May you find comfort in the God of all comfort to offer you comfort and to give you the strength to endure during these difficult times ahead.

My prayers are with the family of Ms Johnson. She was truly someone special. May the God who supplies endurance and comfort do so with the family at this time. Rom 15:5

What an amazing woman. Rest in peace. Deepest Sympathy and condolences to the family. I'm from Philadelphia and have heard her spoken of from Sonny Hill who has a sports radio program. She will not be forgotten.