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Old 04-26-2013, 12:39 AM   #41
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1886 Playoffs





Browns pick up first title.

Leaders in Hits and Wins



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1887 Season

Top 100 Prospects List Published
Tuesday, April 5th, 1887

The season is about to start, so it's time to publish the annual Top 100 Prospects list. This year 22-year-old reliever Dan Bickham of the Brooklyn Grays is the #1 prospect overall.

Here is the top 10:
1) MR Dan Bickham, 22, Brooklyn Grays
2) RF Mike Tiernan, 20, Chicago White Sox
3) SP Jim Handiboe, 20, Brooklyn Grays
4) CF Mike J Griffin, 22, Chicago White Stockings
5) RF George Van Haltren, 21, Pittsburg Alleghenys
6) MR Henry Gruber, 23, Baltimore Orioles
7) LF Ed McKean, 22, Pittsburg Alleghenys
8) SP Ed Beatin, 20, Brooklyn Grays
9) MR Ice Box Chamberlin, 19, New York Giants
10) SS Heinie Kappel, 23, Boston Americans



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1887 World Series




The first same city Championship.

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Old 04-27-2013, 04:32 PM   #44
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1888 Season

Top 100 Prospects List Published
Monday, April 2nd, 1888

The season is about to start, so it's time to publish the annual Top 100 Prospects list. This year 20-year-old second baseman Ed Delahanty of the Pittsburg Alleghenys is the #1 prospect overall.

Here is the top 10:
1) 2B Ed Delahanty, 20, Pittsburg Alleghenys
2) LF Billy Hamilton, 22, Chicago White Sox
3) MR Dan Bickham, 23, Brooklyn Bridegrooms
4) SP Scott Stratton, 18, Cincinnati Red Stockings
5) SS Hugh Duffy, 21, Washington Nationals
6) MR Mickey Hughes, 21, Boston Americans
7) MR Bill Sowders, 23, Cleveland Blues
8) MR Gus Krock, 21, St. Louis Browns
9) SP Ben Sanders, 23, Chicago White Stockings
10) 2B Cupid Childs, 20, Louisville Colonels



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Athletics make it twice in a row. Oyster Burns collects the third Triple Crown.
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1889 Season

Top 100 Prospects List Published
Monday, April 1st, 1889

The season is about to start, so it's time to publish the annual Top 100 Prospects list. This year 21-year-old catcher Billy Earle of the Chicago White Sox is the #1 prospect overall.

Here is the top 10:
1) C Billy Earle, 21, Chicago White Sox
2) CF Bug Holliday, 22, Chicago White Stockings
3) MR Amos Rusie, 17, St. Louis Browns
4) SP Sadie McMahon, 21, Brooklyn Bridegrooms
5) SP Lee Viau, 22, Brooklyn Bridegrooms
6) MR Jack Stivetts, 21, Boston Americans
7) SS Herman Long, 22, Washington Nationals
8) 2B Cupid Childs, 21, Louisville Colonels
9) CF Dusty Miller, 20, Louisville Colonels
10) SP Hank Gastright, 24, New York Giants



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Pittsburgh picks up first title.
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1890 Season

Top 100 Prospects List Published
Monday, April 7th, 1890

The season is about to start, so it's time to publish the annual Top 100 Prospects list. This year 24-year-old third baseman Bill Joyce of the Louisville Colonels is the #1 prospect overall.

Here is the top 10:
1) 3B Bill Joyce, 24, Louisville Colonels
2) MR Cy Young, 23, St. Louis Browns
3) SP Billy Rhines, 21, Washington Statesmen
4) MR Kid Nichols, 20, Philadelphia Phillies
5) RF Jesse Burkett, 21, Boston Americans
6) C Jack Doyle, 20, Cincinnati Reds
7) SP Ed Stein, 20, Baltimore Orioles
8) C Jake Stenzel, 22, Brooklyn Bridegrooms
9) SP George Meakim, 24, Cleveland Spiders
10) 3B George Davis, 19, Boston Beaneaters



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Athletics sweep Reds for their 4th World Series.
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Nice work, very well put together and fun to read. Good luck and keep it coming good sir.
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1891 Season

Top 100 Prospects List Published
Monday, April 6th, 1891
The season is about to start, so it's time to publish the annual Top 100 Prospects list. This year 19-year-old left fielder Joe Kelley of the Chicago Colts is the #1 prospect overall.

Here is the top 10:
1) LF Joe Kelley, 19, Chicago Colts
2) MR George Davies, 23, Washington Statesmen
3) SS Hughie Jennings, 22, Boston Americans
4) MR George Meakim, 25, Cleveland Spiders
5) SS Bill Dahlen, 21, Brooklyn Grooms
6) 2B Bill Eagan, 21, Baltimore Orioles
7) SP Ed Stein, 21, Baltimore Orioles
8) SP Mike Sullivan, 24, St. Louis Browns
9) C Tom Cahill, 22, Detroit Tigers
10) SP Frank Knauss, 22, Cincinnati Reds



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Pittsburgh picks up second title in three years.
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1892 Season

Top 100 Prospects List Published
Monday, April 4th, 1892

The season is about to start, so it's time to publish the annual Top 100 Prospects list. This year 18-year-old center fielder John J McGraw of the Boston Americans is the #1 prospect overall.

Here is the top 10:
1) CF John J McGraw, 18, Boston Americans
2) MR George Davies, 24, Washington Senators
3) 3B Willie Keeler, 20, St. Louis Browns
4) SP Fritz Clausen, 22, Chicago Colts
5) 2B Lew Camp, 24, Chicago White Sox
6) MR Henry Jones, 23, Cincinnati Reds
7) SS Heinie Peitz, 21, Philadelphia Phillies
8) MR Herb Goodall, 22, Boston Beaneaters
9) SP Willie McGill, 18, St. Louis Browns
10) SP Pat Luby, 23, Washington Senators



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Beaneaters have not won since the very first season. Athletics win their 5th Series title.
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1893 Season

Top 100 Prospects List Published
Monday, April 3rd, 1893

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 Bill Lange of the Boston Americans is the #1 prospect overall.

Here is the top 10:
1) CF Bill Lange, 21, Boston Americans
2) RF Jimmy Bannon, 21, Cleveland Spiders
3) MR Henry Jones, 24, Cincinnati Reds
4) MR Herb Goodall, 23, Boston Beaneaters
5) SP Pat Luby, 24, Washington Senators
6) 2B Heinie Reitz, 25, Philadelphia Phillies
7) MR Clark Griffith, 23, New York Giants
8) LF Charlie Frank, 22, Cincinnati Reds
9) MR Pink Hawley, 20, Chicago Colts
10) LF Tuck Turner, 20, Pittsburgh Pirates



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Another year for Beaneater loss. Tigers win for the first time.
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1894 Season

Top 100 Prospects List Published
Monday, April 2nd, 1894
The season is about to start, so it's time to publish the annual Top 100 Prospects list. This year 22-year-old shortstop Kip Selbach of the Brooklyn Grooms is the #1 prospect overall.

Here is the top 10:
1) SS Kip Selbach, 22, Brooklyn Grooms
2) LF Fred Clarke, 21, Baltimore Orioles
3) SP Bobby Wallace, 20, Washington Senators
4) MR Herb Goodall, 24, Boston Beaneaters
5) MR Jesse Tannehill, 19, St. Louis Browns
6) SS Gene DeMontreville, 21, Louisville Colonels
7) RF John J Anderson, 20, Boston Americans
8) SP Pat Luby, 25, Washington Senators
9) MR Bert Inks, 23, Cincinnati Reds
10) CF Fred Tenney, 22, Cincinnati Reds



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Reds win their first title.
There were 4, yes 4 batters, who hit over .400.
Fred Clarke (Baltimore)
Fred Tenney (Cincinnati)
Bug Holliday (Colts)
Tuck Turner (Pittsburgh)
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1895 Season

Top 100 Prospects List Published
Monday, April 1st, 1895

The season is about to start, so it's time to publish the annual Top 100 Prospects list. This year 22-year-old reliever Al Orth of the Cleveland Spiders is the #1 prospect overall.

Here is the top 10:
1) MR Al Orth, 22, Cleveland Spiders
2) C Mike Grady, 25, Chicago Colts
3) SP Doc McJames, 20, New York Giants
4) CF George Hogriever, 26, Baltimore Orioles
5) LF Harry H Davis, 21, Boston Americans
6) SP Brownie Foreman, 19, Pittsburgh Pirates
7) RF Billy Lush, 21, Chicago White Sox
8) SP Ed Doheny, 21, Louisville Colonels
9) MR Herb Goodall, 25, Boston Beaneaters
10) MR Jesse Tannehill, 20, St. Louis Browns



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