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Old 05-11-2018, 08:50 PM   #1
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The Start Of Baseball Statistics

The Start Of Baseball Statistics

This will be the repository for anything and everything statistic wise in my thread The Start Of Baseball.

http://www.ootpdevelopments.com/boar...d.php?t=286359

We are currently up to 1886:

The past champions.

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wow, the league averages really drop from the 1870s to the 80s don't they? The curveball got invented by Candy Cummings I think, in the meantime.

Instead, 1886 was a big year for labor strikes and pitchers as you can see. But wait for 1894, even the numbers from the steroid era a century later hardly match up with it.
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Yeah, my team had maybe one or two hitters anywhere close to 0.300.
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One Stat that I am keeping track is how many Grand Slams in the league. Here are those up until the end of the 1886 Season.

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May 27th 1871 Gat Stires (NY Mutuals)
April 3rd 1872 Jimmy Wood (Troy Haymakers)
May 8th 1872 Marshall King (Baltimore Canaries)
May 2nd 1873 Mike Brannock (Baltimore Marylands)
July 13th 1973 Lou Say (Brooklyn Eckfords)
August 31st 1873 Tom Barlow (Washington Blue Legs)
May 28th 1874 Cap Anson (Hartford Dark Blues)
June 25th 1874 John McMullin (Brooklyn Atlantics) P
July 7th 1874 Marshall King (Baltimore Canaries)
August 11th 1874 Gat Stires (NY Mutuals)
May 24th 1875 Charley Jones (Philadelphia Whites)
April 25th 1876 Marshall King (St Louis Brown Stockings)
June 14th 1876 Lew Brown (Keokuk Westerns)
August 29th 1876 Jim Foran (Cincinnati Reds) PH
July 2nd 1877 George Hall (Boston Red Caps)
September 1st 1877 Bill Barrett (Keokuck Westerns)
July 29th 1878 Wes Fisler (Chicago White Stockings)
May 3rd 1879 Marshall King (St Louis Brown Stockings)
June 21st 1879 Asa Brainard (Cleveland Blues) P
July 22nd 1879 Ned Williamson (Cincinnati Reds)
October 25th 1879 Paul Hines (Cincinnati Reds) WS
April 24th 1880 Joe Blong (Keokuk Westerns) P
July 10th 1880 Lew Brown (Keokuk Westerns)
July 26th 1880 Roger Connor (Philadelphia Centennials)
October 22nd 1881 Dan Brothers (Chicago White Stockings)
April 22nd 1882 Lew Brown (Detroit Wolverines)
June 16th 1882 Emil Gross (Providence Grays)****
June 27th 1882 Ezra Sutton (Boston Red Caps)
July 4th 1882 Charlie Eden (Chicago White Stockings)
August 7th 1882 Ezra Sutton (Boston Red Caps)
August 24th 1882 Charlie Bennett (Pittsburgh Alleghenys)
September 13th 1882 Monk Cline (Detroit Wolverines)
September 23rd 1882 Ned Hanlon (St Louis Brown Stockings)
April 19th 1883 Sam Trott (Philadelphia Quakers)
July 7th 1883 Fred Pfeffer (Cleveland Blues)
July 24th 1883 Lee Richmond (Philadelphia Quakers) P
July 24th 1883 Gid Gardner (Cincinnati Red Stockings)
August 7th 1883 Gid Gardner (Cincinnati Red Stockings)
July 18th 1884 Mickey Welch (Detroit Wolverines) P
June 27th 1884 John Richmond (Cleveland Blues)
June 28th 1884 Jerry Denny (Providence Grays)
May 3rd 1884 Tom York (Cincinnati Red Stockings)
May 15th 1884 John Coogan (Philadelphia Quakers)
May 20th 1884 Sam Wise (Detroit Wolverines)
May 21st 1884 Dave Rowe (Cleveland Blues)
April 19th 1884 Joe Flynn (Louisville Eclipse)
August 20th 1884 Bill Crowley (Cincinnati Red Stockings) WS
April 14th 1885 Dave Rowe (St Louis Maroons)
May 2nd 1885 Fred Pfeffer (St Louis Maroons)
June 16th 1885 Mox McQuery (St Louis Maroons) PH
July 17th 1885 Hardy Richardson (Buffalo Bison)
July 30th 1885 Tom Burns (Philadelphia Athletics)
May 29th 1886 Dick Johnston (Philadelphia Quakers) PH
June 12th 1886 Elmer Foster (Brooklyn Grays)
July 22nd 1886 King Kelly (Kansas City Cowboys)
July 29th 1886 Tom Poorman (Chicago White Stockings)
August 8th 1886 Jack McGeachey (Detroit Wolverines)
August 11th Sam Wise (Philadelphia Athletics)
August 27th 1886 Dick Johnston (Philadelphia Quakers)
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No Hitters
As of the 1887 Season



The latest No Hitter by Hardie Henderson

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What did the careers of Paul Hines and Bobby Mathews look like? They always do well in my leagues.
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What did the careers of Paul Hines and Bobby Mathews look like? They always do well in my leagues.
Here you go. Hines is still going strong. Mathews is out the door to retirement.



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Washington Nationals Jim O'Rourke collects hit #2000

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Brothers Patsey and George Tabeau hit home runs for opposite teams on the same day.

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Triple Crowns

James Burke (New York Giants) hold three Triple Crowns
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By The Numbers 1889

The league saw some records set:
Roger Connor (Pittsburgh) 31 HRs
Roger Connor (Pittsburgh) 113 RBIs
Jack Glasscock (Kansas City) 213 Hits
Dave Orr (Columbus) 613 AB
Dan Brouthers (Chicago) 48 Doubles

30 GRAND SLAMS hit: May 5; June 5; July 6; August 6; September/October 7
2 pitchers hit GRAND SLAMS
1 was a walk off SLAM
Jerry Denny (New York) hit 4
Denny Lyons (Chicago) hit 2

Mike Tiernan (Washington) had 27 game hitting streak
Otto Schomberg (Indianapolis) hit the only Cycle
Fred Carroll (New York) had 6 hits in one game
Deacon White (Washington) 2000th hit
Cap Anson (Cleveland) 2500th hit
James Burke (New York) 200th win
Tommy Bond (Pittsburgh) 250th win
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By The Numbers 1890

New Records

Dan Brouthers (Chicago): On-Base Pct .462
Jack Doyle (Cleveland): AB 619
Bug Holliday (St Louis): Singles 168
Bug Holliday (St Louis): Caught Stealing 54
Daniel Roche (New York): Strike Outs 140
Charlie Geggus (Cleveland): HR Allowed 28

Monte Ward (St Louis) 200th win
Tommy Bond (Pittsburgh) and James Burke (New York) each have 2000 strike outs

Grand Slams (25)
May 4, June 3, July 7, August 5, September/Oct/WS 6
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Gus Weyhing earns the latest No Hitter.

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Cap Anson Retires
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By The Numbers 1891

New Records
Joe Kelly (Chicago Colts) played in 141 games
Henry Moore (Louisville) had 169 singles

Accomplishments
Mike Tiernan (Washington) 6 hits in one game
Mike Griffin (Philadelphia Athletics) hits the season's only cycle
Gus Wyehing (Boston Reds) tosses the only No Hitter of the season
James Burke (New York) 250th win
Bill Sweeney (Chicago) 200th win

The Slam File
Only 9 Grand Slams were hit this season.
Mike Sullivan (New York Giants)
Joe Kelley (Milwaukee Brewers)
Joe Flynn (Philadelphia Athletics) Walk Off
Fred Pfeffer (Cleveland Spiders)
Marty Sullivan (Cleveland Spiders)
Danny Richardson (Chicago Colts)
Mike Tiernan (Washington Statesmen)
Fred Pfeffer (Cleveland Spiders)
Hugh Duffy (Baltimore Orioles)
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