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Old 05-04-2013, 01:07 AM   #61
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1895 Playoffs




Athletics bag their 6th title.
John McGraw and Dan Brothers hit over .400.
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1896 Season

Top 100 Prospects List Published
Monday, April 6th, 1896

The season is about to start, so it's time to publish the annual Top 100 Prospects list. This year 21-year-old right fielder Nap Lajoie of the New York Giants is the #1 prospect overall.

Here is the top 10:
1) RF Nap Lajoie, 21, New York Giants
2) SP Buttons Briggs, 20, Cleveland Spiders
3) SP Jerry Nops, 20, Brooklyn Bridegrooms
4) 2B Bill Keister, 24, Washington Senators
5) CF Sam Mertes, 23, Baltimore Orioles
6) SS Sammy Strang, 19, Chicago White Sox
7) SP Chick Fraser, 22, Detroit Tigers
8) MR Monte McFarland, 23, Pittsburgh Pirates
9) RF Fielder Jones, 24, Chicago White Sox
10) SP Cy Seymour, 23, New York Giants



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Phillies keep momentum going to win their first title.
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1897 Season

Top 100 Prospects List Published
Monday, April 5th, 1897

The season is about to start, so it's time to publish the annual Top 100 Prospects list. This year 23-year-old first baseman Honus Wagner of the Cleveland Spiders is the #1 prospect overall.

Here is the top 10:
1) 1B Honus Wagner, 23, Cleveland Spiders
2) MR Rube Waddell, 20, Boston Americans
3) MR Jack J Powell, 22, Boston Americans
4) RF Walter Thornton, 22, St. Louis Browns
5) SS Jimmy Sheckard, 18, New York Giants
6) RF Chick Stahl, 24, Chicago Colts
7) SP Davey Dunkle, 24, Pittsburgh Pirates
8) MR Tully Sparks, 22, Detroit Tigers
9) MR Jack Cronin, 22, Chicago Colts
10) RF Kid Nance, 20, Boston Beaneaters



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Browns extend White Sox drought to 16 years.
Willie Keeler hits for .405!
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1898 Season

Top 100 Prospects List Published
Monday, April 4th, 1898

The season is about to start, so it's time to publish the annual Top 100 Prospects list. This year 22-year-old right fielder Elmer Flick of the Brooklyn Bridegrooms is the #1 prospect overall.

Here is the top 10:
1) RF Elmer Flick, 22, Brooklyn Bridegrooms
2) MR Harry Howell, 21, Boston Beaneaters
3) C Frank Chance, 21, Pittsburgh Pirates
4) MR Roy Evans, 24, Boston Americans
5) SP Vic Willis, 21, Detroit Tigers
6) SP Bill Dinneen, 21, Philadelphia Athletics
7) LF Danny Green, 21, New York Giants
8) RF Topsy Hartsel, 23, Chicago Orphans
9) 3B Tommy Leach, 20, Philadelphia Phillies
10) 3B Kid Elberfeld, 22, Chicago White Sox



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Spiders Top Bridegrooms in World Series
Wednesday, October 5th, 1898

"It was two outs in the last inning of the 1898 World Series and my heart is pounding. When the last out was made, a grand feeling came over me. We were the champs for today and forever. We were the champions." That is how the Cleveland manager described his feelings to reporters after the game. "This is the goal. This is the pinnacle of success. This is why we play the game."

The Cleveland Spiders won their 2nd league championship with a 5-2 win over the Brooklyn Bridegrooms. During the season the new champs compiled a 92-62 record in the American League and finished in first place in the standings. They triumphed over the Bridegrooms 4-3 in games.
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1899 Season

Top 100 Prospects List Published
Monday, April 3rd, 1899
The season is about to start, so it's time to publish the annual Top 100 Prospects list. This year 24-year-old reliever Jack Chesbro of the Chicago Orphans is the #1 prospect overall.

Here is the top 10:
1) MR Jack Chesbro, 24, Chicago Orphans
2) RF Sam Crawford, 18, Philadelphia Phillies
3) CF Roy A Thomas, 25, Boston Beaneaters
4) CF Ginger Beaumont, 22, New York Giants
5) CF Jimmy Barrett, 24, Philadelphia Athletics
6) MR Nick Altrock, 22, St. Louis Perfectos
7) SP Cowboy Jones, 24, Baltimore Orioles
8) SP Joe Yeager, 23, Cincinnati Reds
9) RF Emmet Heidrick, 22, Philadelphia Athletics
10) 3B Jimmy Williams, 22, Chicago White Sox



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Louisville win their 7th title then promptly move to Milwaukee.

Colonels Win World Series
Tuesday, October 3rd, 1899
You could hear the cheering all over Louisville as the Colonels secured the final out of a 6-2 win over the St. Louis Perfectos to capture the 1899 Baseball History World Series 4-2. It was the 7th time in the team's history to win it.

"The Perfectos are a good ballclub," said the winning skipper, "We had to play at our best to beat them."

"Anytime you make big plays, it changes the momentum of the game," the losing manager said. "The Colonels made 'em and we didn't -- end of story."

During the season the new champs compiled a 91-63 record in the American League and finished in first place in the standings.
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1900 Season

Top 100 Prospects List Published
Thursday, April 5th, 1900

The season is about to start, so it's time to publish the annual Top 100 Prospects list. This year 21-year-old center fielder Mike Donlin of the Washington Senators is the #1 prospect overall.

Here is the top 10:
1) CF Mike Donlin, 21, Washington Senators
2) SP Christy Mathewson, 19, Boston Beaneaters
3) SP Noodles Hahn, 20, New York Giants
4) SP Doc Newton, 22, Boston Americans
5) SP Dummy Taylor, 25, Detroit Tigers
6) 2B Danny Murphy, 23, Cincinnati Reds
7) 1B Jiggs Donahue, 20, Pittsburgh Pirates
8) C Johnny Kling, 24, Boston Americans
9) 2B Otto Krueger, 23, Brooklyn Superbas
10) MR Jack Harper, 22, Baltimore Orioles



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1900 Playoffs



Unusual to have both Leagues to produce a tie breaker.



Orphans claim third title.
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The dawn of modern baseball is upon us. Time for some records to be seen.

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Strike Outs


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1901 Season

Top 100 Prospects List Published
Thursday, April 18th, 1901

The season is about to start, so it's time to publish the annual Top 100 Prospects list. This year 20-year-old center fielder Davy Jones of the Cincinnati Reds is the #1 prospect overall.

Here is the top 10:
1) CF Davy Jones, 20, Cincinnati Reds
2) SP Tom J Hughes, 22, Cleveland Blues
3) SP Mike O'Neill, 23, Washington Senators
4) C Fred Jacklitsch, 24, Chicago Orphans
5) LF Lefty Davis, 26, St. Louis Cardinals
6) SP Bob Wicker, 22, St. Louis Cardinals
7) SP Happy Townsend, 22, Baltimore Orioles
8) SP Doc White, 22, Detroit Tigers
9) 3B Jim Delahanty, 21, Baltimore Orioles
10) SP George Winter, 22, New York Giants



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Giants finally win one.
New York Wins World Series Crown
Tuesday, October 15th, 1901
"It was two outs in the last inning of the 1901 World Series and my heart is pounding. When the last out was made, a grand feeling came over me. We were the champs for today and forever. We were the champions." That is how the New York manager described his feelings to reporters after the game. "This is the goal. This is the pinnacle of success. This is why we play the game."

The New York Giants won their 1st league championship with a 10-4 win over the Philadelphia Athletics. During the season the new champs compiled a 89-51 record in the National League and finished in first place in the standings. They triumphed over the Athletics 4-2 in games.
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1902 Season

Top 100 Prospects List Published
Thursday, April 17th, 1902

The season is about to start, so it's time to publish the annual Top 100 Prospects list. This year 22-year-old starting pitcher Addie Joss of the Cincinnati Reds is the #1 prospect overall.

Here is the top 10:
1) SP Addie Joss, 22, Cincinnati Reds
2) SS Joe Tinker, 21, Detroit Tigers
3) SS Johnny Evers, 20, Chicago Orphans
4) C Lew Drill, 24, Philadelphia Phillies
5) SP Carl Lundgren, 22, Baltimore Orioles
6) SP Alex Pearson, 25, Cleveland Bronchos
7) SP George Winter, 23, New York Giants
8) 2B Larry Schlafly, 23, Philadelphia Phillies
9) SS Danny Shay, 25, St. Louis Cardinals
10) MR Rube Vickers, 23, Boston Americans



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Giants Sweep Chicago
Sunday, October 12th, 1902

The New York Giants stunned the Chicago White Sox by sweeping the World Series 4-0. The Giants dumped them 9-6 today at South Side Park II in the deciding game of the series.

This was the 2nd time New York has been the league champions. During the regular season the powerful Giants chalked up a 85-55 mark and finished in first place in the National League.
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1903 Season

Top 100 Prospects List Published
Wednesday, April 15th, 1903

The season is about to start, so it's time to publish the annual Top 100 Prospects list. This year 22-year-old left fielder Doc Gessler of the Detroit Tigers is the #1 prospect overall.

Here is the top 10:
1) LF Doc Gessler, 22, Detroit Tigers
2) SP Chief Bender, 18, St. Louis Browns
3) SP Red Ames, 20, Pittsburgh Pirates
4) 3B Hans Lobert, 21, New York Highlanders
5) SP Barney Pelty, 22, Cincinnati Reds
6) SP George Winter, 24, New York Giants
7) SS Solly Hofman, 20, Detroit Tigers
8) SP George Mullin, 22, St. Louis Browns
9) 2B Peaches Graham, 26, Washington Senators
10) CF George Moriarty, 17, St. Louis Cardinals



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Washington Senators Take World Series
Sunday, October 11th, 1903

How does it feel to win the World Series?

"It's strange. Weird," is the way the Washington manager put it. "Like it was supposed to happen. Whenever something did happen, it didn't surprise us. We truly believed we would win."

Today at Polo Grounds III, Washington completed its magical run to the World Series title with a 8-2 triumph over the New York Giants. It was the 1st time they have won it all. In the regular season, Washington notched a 85-55 mark and took first place in the American League standings.

And how does it feel to lose the World Series?

"Your heart is heavy and your stomach is empty," is the way the dejected New York skipper described it. "It's the lowest of lows when you lose ... and the highest of highs when you win."
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1904 Season

Top 100 Prospects List Published
Thursday, April 14th, 1904

The season is about to start, so it's time to publish the annual Top 100 Prospects list. This year 19-year-old right fielder Sherry Magee of the Detroit Tigers is the #1 prospect overall.

Here is the top 10:
1) RF Sherry Magee, 19, Detroit Tigers
2) SP Ed Walsh, 22, Cincinnati Reds
3) CF Moose McCormick, 23, St. Louis Browns
4) 3B Art Devlin, 24, Brooklyn Superbas
5) SP Frank E Smith, 24, Chicago White Sox
6) SP Frank Corridon, 23, Boston Beaneaters
7) 2B Miller Huggins, 26, Philadelphia Athletics
8) SP Chick Robitaille, 25, New York Highlanders
9) SP Hooks Wiltse, 24, Boston Americans
10) MR Cy Falkenberg, 24, New York Giants



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Philadelphia Triumphs in World Series
Monday, October 17th, 1904

Nobody played better baseball this season than the Baseball History champions, the Philadelphia Phillies.

They defeated the Philadelphia Athletics 3-2 today at Columbia Park and hauled in the World Series trophy for the 2nd time in their history.
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