The Cleveland Tate Stars was a professional African-American baseball team.
During the late 1800s and the early 1900s, professional baseball teams and leagues were segregated. African Americans did not play on teams with white players. White teams and black teams did not play in the same professional leagues. As a result of this segregation, there were separate leagues and teams for whites and blacks in professional baseball's early decades.
The Cleveland Stars played its home games in Cleveland, Ohio. The team played in the Negro East West League. Established in 1932, the Cleveland Stars played for one season. The Negro East West League also disbanded in 1932.