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Promotion and relegation was decided in a series of Test Matches between the bottom three clubs in Division 1 and the top three clubs in Division 2. The third from bottom club in Division 1 played the third club in Division 2, the second from bottom in Division 1 played the second club in Division 2 and the bottom club in Division 1 played the top club in Division 2 in first-to-two-wins test match series with the winners playing in Division 1 the following season and the losers in Division 2.

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Northwich Victoria resigned prior to the meeting. Seven non-league sides came up against the two League sides seeking re-election in the vote for the four places in the League. Voting (in number of votes):

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20      Newcastle United        Re-elected to the League
20	Leicester Fosse	        Elected to the League
17	Burton Wanderers	Elected to the League
17	Bury	                Elected to the League
8	Blackpool	        Not elected to the League
8	Loughborough	        Not elected to the League
7	Luton Town	        Not elected to the League
0	Rossendale	        Not elected to the League
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The almanac for the Baseball League 1893 season can be acquired here, to be perused at your leisure. (WinRAR required to unzip the almanac.)
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As if to underscore the effect that moving back of the mound by ten and a half feet had on run scoring throughout the League, we present three matches for your approval.

The first took place in the very first series of the season, as then current champion Aston Villa blasted erstwhile champion Burnley 22-0 at Perry Barr, completed in just a little over three hours, despite the twenty base hits and five errors that prolonged the agony for the Clarets:

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On the 4th of July, Second Division Walsall Town plated twenty-nine Swifts, while allowing ten Derby County Rams to score, in a match that saw catcher Edwin Sloan, a batsman of otherwise undistinguished quality, muscle his way to seven base hits for the Swifts in the victory. Rams reliever Little Oswald Gardner suffered the ignominy of surrendering ten runs, nine of them unearned, on five base hits and four walks whilst retiring only two batsmen:

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The wildest of matches occurred on 7th August, which saw the Owls of The Wednesday break a 13-13 draw with five runs in the top of the ninth, then nervously aided Burnley's bottom of the innings comeback with three errors to allow the Clarets to close the gap to a single run, but third basemen Gerald Pemberton saved The Wednesday's Monday by retiring Christopher Parkin for the last out of the match, stranding Billy Price on third:

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1893 Season News & Notes

As the Baseball League seeks to find its equilibrium between defence and offence, there was another substantial spike in runs scored in 1893 over 1892 in both divisions, due to the lengthening of the pitching lane from 50 feet to 60 feet 6 inches, which kept the dimensions used by the League in line with those of the American baseball leagues. In the First Division, league hitting leapt from .245/.311/.326 and 4.7 RPG in 1892 to .279/.347/.377 and 5.8 RPG this year; in the Second Division, the increase went from .243/.312/.318 and 4.6 RPG last year to .275/.344/.368 and 5.4 RPG in 1893. The fans of the League seemed to approve of the change, as attendance skyrocketed in the First Division. The top level attendance leapt by +75% from 1,151,006 to 2,018,932. (Per game attendance in the second level actually feel by -11% in part because of the move from an all-weekend to a full weekday schedule.)

This change manifested itself in a slew of new records, including batting average (.390, William Clark, Sunderland), runs scored (92, Fred Grant, Notts County), base hits (143, Dwaine Cooper, Newton Heath), doubles (33, William Smyth, Everton), triples (34, Grant), RBI (84, William Simmonds, Blackburn) and stolen bases (67, Frederick Elliott, The Wednesday). On the sabermetric side, Clark also set a season record for WAR with 6.1.

Similar record offensive levels abounded in D2, many of them ex-D1 players flexing their muscle against inferior pitching: Charles Smith of Preston North End set records for batting average (.394) and WAR (6.8); Richard Joseph, also with Preston, for Total Bases (173); Joshua Reeve with Derby County for runs (92); and Vivian "Mad Dash" Sharp, also with the Rams, for OBP (.549), SLG (.573) and OPS (1.122).

On the pitching front, the expanded season on the second level allowed for new marks to be set for wins (24, Tom Cartwright, Burslem Port Vale) and losses (20, Ernest Watkins, Bootle Bucks), as well as complete games (27, Alfred Fulton, Ardwick) and innings pitched (267, Roland McCann, Ardwick). And lest we believe that the new hitting environment made it impossible to have a transcendent single game performance, Frederick Lord of the Walsall Town DSwifts did manage to toss a 6-1 no-hit win against Lincoln City on 8/7/93.

In the top level, though, because they played the same number of games in '93 as in '92, the only new pitching records set were for games started (31, Ernest Rooney, Notts County) and hits allowed (315, William Stainton, Everton), neither of which is particularly eventful.

Willie Thompson set a D1 record for doubles in a game with 4 at Burnley on 6/19/93. Edwin Sloan of Walsall Town in D2 set a nine-inning game record for at bats and hits in a game when he went 7-for-8 in a 29-10 thumping of Derby County on 7/4/93.

Retirements of note include William Gregory of Wolverhampton, who leaves having amassed 406 hits and a slash line of .256/.363/.335, and his teammate Charles Adair, one of the original baseballers who took up the game with gusto in the wake of the Spalding Tour of 1878, and who hit .286/.371/.421 overall and is best known for his fantastic 1889 campaign in which he slugged eight homers and hit .372/.464/.601 in 61 games.
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Old 11-24-2013, 11:45 PM   #136
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1894 SEASON TO START WITH OPENING DAY TO-DAY!

“For lo, the winter is past, the rain is over and gone; the flowers appear on the earth; the time of the singing of birds is come, and the voice of the turtle is heard in our land.”
Song of Solomon 2:11-12

The Song of Solomon sings of a spring sprung anew, and with it the promise of a new base ball season to provide us with the thrills and moments of heroics on the pitch to remember and pass down to our progeny for generations hence.

The speed and grace of Vivian Mad Dash Sharp of the Rams of Derby County, on display again in the top level this year. The powerful strokes of batsmen William Roberts of the Villans of Aston Villa, The Foresters’ Clarence Laurence and the Red Devils’ Charley Brewer. The mound mastery of William Chapman of Bolton Wanderers, Kieran Bouvet of the Magpies of Notts County, and of course the return of the finest pitcher on the Island, Brendan Phillips of Derby County, all on display for the pleasure of the knowing and rabid base ball fan this year.

Many talents are bubbling up through the second level as well, as all clubs mired there seek to improve their lot for inclusion in the top flight one year from to-day. Do not discount the thirteen homers of Newcastle United’s Edwin Clark last year, or the stunning .394 hits average of Preston North End’s Charles Smith, or the twenty games won by Frederick Lord of Walsall Town, a club who just narrowly missed promotion and the attendant national spotlight the Burton Swifts and Rams earned last season. The fire of competition and desire burn brightly at the second level, and the base ball played there will be fierce and uncompromising.

Speaking of the second level, there are a couple of changes that may pique the interest of British base ball fans. For one thing, the Citizens of Ardwick (the baseballers, not the people) seek to broaden their appeal to the whole of their city by somewhat audaciously taking on the mantle of Manchester City as the appellation by which to identify their ballclub. The first level Red Devils of Newton Heath cannot have failed to take notice of this and surely must respond in kind at some point.

Secondly, the Walsall Town Swifts have quietly changed from their prior kits, identifiable by their sheer hideousness, to a more conservative and appealing kit more in line with their contemporaries. We are only too glad to trumpet the change if the Swifts won’t do so themselves, and if this clarion call can persuade the other clubs with awful designs, in particular the half a dozen or so clubs who insist on dressing their players no better than inmates in a paupers’ gaol, we will consider our sartorial objective as being met.

One last note: at the top level, the first Scotsmen in League history will be toiling in Manchester for the Red Devils in the person of Andrew MacCutcheon, a shining star aged twenty-seven, late of the Scottish League and mainly responsible for the Queen’s Park club ascend to four SBA Cup finals in the past five years, three of them resulting in actual Cup wins. This should augur strongly for a veritable invasion of jockies and sawneys from the highlands and lowlands to the green and pleasant land of English baseball pitches.

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