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Old 01-29-2019, 11:46 AM   #81
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1915 By The Numbers

New Records
Bing Miller (Philadelphia Athletics): Struck out 144 times
Mario Cortes (Chicago White Sox): 26 Saves

Accomplishments
Bill James, (St Louis Browns), Jim Shaw (Chicago White Sox), and Harry Coveleski (Chicago Cubs) all pitched No Hitters
13 20+ Game winners
Eddie Plank (St Louis Cardinals) 300th win
Walter Johnson (Washington Senators) 200th win and 2000th strike out
Sam Crawford (Cleveland Indians) 3000th hit
Charles Bender (New York Yankees) 250th win

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12 hit this year with Happy Flesch hitting 2

Code:
April 20th 1915 Les Channell (Brooklyn Robins)
April 22nd 1915 Joe Gedeon (St Louis Cardinals)
May 6th 1915 Billy Harm (New York Yankees) Walk off
June 12th 1915 Rogers Hornsby (Washington Senators)
June 15th 1915 Billy Roes (New York Giants)
June 21st 1915 Thomas Miller (Philadelphia Athletics) PH
July 16th 1915 Sherry Magee (St Louis Cardinals)
July 17th 1915 Larry Doyle (New York Yankees)
August 5th 1915 Happy Felsch (Cleveland Indians)
August 31st 1915 Hary Smith (Detroit Tigers)
September 13th 1915 Edd Roush (Cleveland Indians)
September 21st 1915 Happy Felsch (Cleveland Indians)
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Old 02-05-2019, 09:37 PM   #82
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Old 02-10-2019, 09:48 PM   #83
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1916 By The Numbers

New Records
No new records

Accomplishments
Jeff Tesreau (St Louis Browns) pitched the only No Hitter of the season
12 pitchers win 20 or more games.
Sherry Magee (St Louis Cardinals) 2000th hit and 1000th run scores
Honus Wagner (Cleveland Indians) 1500th RBI
Ken Williams (New York Giants) 25 game hitting streak

The Slam File
10 hit this seaqson

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April 15th 1916 Brad Singleton (Cincinnati Reds) PH
April 24th 1916 Dan Krantz (Pittsburgh Pirates)
May 8th 1916 Casey Stengel (Brooklyn Robins)
May 22nd 1916 George McBride (Boston Braves)
June 29th 1916 Ray Chapman (St Louis Browns)
July 11th 1916 John Blake (Washington Senators)
August 14th 1916 Alex Carson (Detroit Tigers) P
August 19th 1916 Jack Tobin (Cleveland Indians)
August 19th 1916 Benny Kauff (Cleveland Indians)
September 6th 1916 Zac Wheat (Detroit Tigers)
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Old 02-20-2019, 09:31 PM   #84
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1917 By The Numbers

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No new records

Accomplishments
5 Minor League No Hitters
14 pitchers with 20+ wins
Ty Cobb (Boston Red Sox) 25 game hitting streak
Honus Wagner (Cleveland Indians) 3500th hit
Ty Cobb (Boston Red Sox) 2500th hit
Gavvy Cravath (St Louis Browns) Eddie Collins (Washington Senators), and Tris Speaker (Chicago White Sox) 2000th hit
Walter Johnson (Washington Senators) 250th win

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8 hit this year
Code:
May 10th 1917 Wilson White (Washington Senators)
May 23rd 1917 Larry Doyle (New York Yankees)
June 7th 1917 Roy Leslie (Philadelphia Phillies)
July 4th 1917 Edgar Wesley (Cincinnati Reds)
August 8th 1917 Tillie Shafer (New York Giants)
August 30th 1917 George Harper (Philadelphia Athletics)
September 15th 1917 Lu Blue (Brooklyn Robins)
September 15th 1917 Ray Grimes (St Louis Cardinals) PH
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Old 02-28-2019, 10:20 PM   #85
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1918 By The Numbers

New Records
No new records

Accomplishments
Charlie Hollocher (Philadelphia Phillies) hits for the cycle
12 pitchers won 20 or more games.
Zach Wheat (Boston Braves), Larry Doyle (New York Yankees), and Bill Sweeney (Philadelphia Phillies) 2000th hit
Walter Johnson (Washington Senators) 2500th strike out
Happy Felsch (Cleveland Indians) 29 game hitting streak
11 no hitters were seen between all the minor leagues

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Only 6 were hit this year
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April 21st 1918 Gavvy Cravath (St Louis Browns)
April 28th 1918 Edgar Wesley (Cincinnati Reds)
May 9th 1918 Del Pratt (St Louis Cardinals)
July 15th 1918 Jack Fournier (St Louis Browns)
September 2nd 1918 Austin McHenry (Boston Red Sox) PH
September20th 1918 Rabbit Maranville (Chciago Cubs)
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Senators No Hit by McCabe
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1919 By The Numbers

World Series
Boston Braves over Washington Senators 4-3

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No new records

Accomplishments
Jack Tobin (Cleveland Indians) goes 6 for 6
Art Fletcher (Chicago White Sox), Harry Heilmann (Boston Red Sox), and Oscar Charleston (Washington Senators) all hit for the cycle
Dick McCabe (Boston Red Sox) pitches the only No Hitter and first since 1916.
Only 4 pitchers won 20 or more games
Edd Roush (Cleveland Indians) 34 game hitting streak
Pete Alexander (Washington Senators) 200th win
Ed Konetchy (Pittsburgh Pirates) 2000th hit

The Slam File
Oscar Charleston (Washington senators) set a record for 3 Grand Slams hit in one season

Code:
May 22nd 1919 Doug Baird (New York Yankees)
May 29th 1919 Oscar Charleston (Washington Senators)
May 30th 1919 Harry Heilmann (Boston Red Sox)
June 24th 1919 Bubbles Hargrave (Boston Braves)
July 1st 1919 Oscar Charleston (Washington Senators)
July 7th 1919 Bubbles Hargrave (Boston Braves)
July 11th 1919 Tillie Walker (St Louis Cardinals)
August 1st 1919 Walter Johnson (Washington Senators)
August 11th 1919 Oscar Charleston (Washington Senators)
August 16th 1919 Ken Williams (New York Giants)
September 1st 1919 Merwin Jacobson (Brooklyn Robins) Walk Off
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1920 By The Numbers

World Series
Pittsburgh over Washington 5-1

New Records
Babe Ruth 34 HR

Accomplishments
Harry Heilmann (Boston Red Sox) and Rabbit Maranville (Chicago Cubs) both 6 for 6 in a game
George Sisler (Washington Senators) hits for the cycle
10 pitchers win 20 or more games
Frankie Frisch (Philadelphia Athletics) 42 game hitting streak
Walter Johnson (Washington Senators) 300th win
Ty Cobb (Boston Red Sox) 3000th hit
Dick Rudolph (Pittsburgh Pirates) 250th win
Tris Speaker (Chicago White Sox) and Eddie Collins (Washington Senators) 2500th hit.

The Slam File
20 hit this year
Code:
April 16th 1920 Ed Spellman (St Louis Browns)
April 27th 1920 Dobie Moore (Detroit Tigers)
April 28th 1920 Brad Singleton (Cleveland Indians)
May 7th 1920 Bob Fothergill (Cleveland Indians)
May 15th 1920 Cristobal Torriente (St Louis Browns)
June 12th 1920 Harry Heilmann (Boston Red Sox)
June 14th 1920 Hank Gowdy (Cleveland Indians)
June 29th 1920 Aaron Ward (New York Giants)
July 1st 1920 Oscar Charleston (Washington Senators)
July 6th 1920 Denney Wilie (Detroit Tigers) PH
July 8th 1920 Babe Ruth (Boston Braves)
July 14th 1920 Babe Ellison (Chicago White Sox)
July 21st 1920 Bubbles Hargrave (Boston Braves)
July 31st 1920 Roger Peckinpaugh (Brooklyn Robins) walk off
August 23rd 1920 Heavy Johnson (Brooklyn Robins)
August 31st 1920 Tris Speaker (Chicago White Sox)
September 2nd 1920 Andy Stoltz (Detroit Tigers)
September 4th 1920 Charlie Blackwell (New York Yankees)
September 4th 1920 Rip Wade (Philadelphia Athletics)
September 6th 1920 Dan Krantz (Pittsburgh Pirates)
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