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Old 09-02-2018, 08:12 PM   #41
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Jack Chesbro pitches the league's second perfect game.
The last one was pitched by Mickey Welch in 1885 while playing for Detroit.

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1901 By The Numbers

New Records
Nap Lajoie 68 Doubles

Accomplishments
Sock Seybold (Philadelphia) Hits for the Cycle
Jack Powell (Cleveland) pitched a no hitter
Jack Cesbro (Philadelphia) pitched a perfect game
Rube Wadell (Brooklyn) Pitching Triple Crown
Honus Wagner (Cleveland) 45 game hitting streak
Cy Young (Washington) 350th win
Jake Beckley (Brooklyn), Billy Hamilton (Chicago), George Van Haltren (Washington), and Ed Delahanty (Washington) 2500th hit


The Slam File
17 hit this season
Ginger Beaumont (Cleveland) and Danny Green (Cincinnati) hit two

Code:
April 21st 1901 Robert Stafford (St Louis Cardinals)
May 10th 1901 Danny Murphy (New York Giants) PH
May 20th 1901 Danny Green (Cincinnati Reds)
May 21st 1901 Charlie Hickman (Boston Beaneaters)
June 22nd 1901 Chris Genegal (Washington Senators)
June 24th 1901 John Corcoran (Chicago Orphans)
July 23rd 1901 Thomas Hudson (Pittsburgh Pirates)
August 1st 1901 Pop Foster (Brooklyn Superbas)
August 2nd 1901 Topsy Hartsel (Milwaukee Brewers)
August 5th Fred Carroll (Cincinnati Reds)
August 11th 1901 Bert Schils (St Louis Cardinals)
August 12th 1901 Ginger Beaumont (Cleveland Blues)
August 30th 1901 Doc McJames (Milwaukee Brewers) P
August 31st 1901 Roger Bresnahan (Baltimore Orioles)
September 3rd 1901 Ginger Beaumont (Cleveland Blues)
September 13th 1901 Charlie Duffee (Chicago Orphans)
September 14th 1901 Danny Green (Cincinnati Reds)
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1902 By The Numbers

Records
No new records this year.

Accomplishments
Fred Clarke (Cleveland) 6 hits in one game
Ice Box Chamberlain (Boston) 350th win
Frank Meinke (Cleveland) 250th win
6 with their 2000th hit
Hugh Duffy (Baltimore) 1500th run scored

The Top Pitchers By Wins
Bill Sweeney: 409
James Burke: 396
Cy Young: 376
Charlie Ferguson: 364
Ice Box Chamberlain: 359
Charlie Geggus: 358
Will Sawyer: 340
Jim Handiboe: 337
Tommy Bond: 336
John Clarkson: 334

The Slam File
11 hit this past season

Code:
May 24th 1902 Bert Schils (St Louis Cardinals)
June 2nd 1902 Davy Jones (Washington Senators)
June 14th 1902 Ed Wheeler (Washington Senators)
June 19th 1902 Sy Seybold (Philadelphia Phillies)
July 29th 1902 Bill Keister (St Louis Cardinals)
August 1st 1902 Ed Delahanty (Washington Senators)
August 5th 1902 Billy Nattress (Boston Beaneaters)
August 6th 1902 Barry McCormick (Pittsburgh Pirates)
August 11th 1902 Dick Padden (Philadelphia Phillies)
August 19th 1902 Freddy Parent (Philadelphia Athletics)
August 19th 1902 Charlie Hickman (Boston Beaneaters)
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Earl Moore no hits Highlanders 4-0.

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1903 By The Numbers

No new records

Accomplishments
Bill Beyers (St Louis) had 6 hits in one game
Kip Selbach (Philadelphia) and John Anderson (St Louis) both hit for the cycle
Earl Moore (Detroit) pitched a no hitter
Ice Box Chamberlain(Cleveland) 3000th strike out
Jim Handiboe (Boston) 350th win
Tony Madigan (Chicago) 300th win

The Slam File
15 were hit this year. A pitcher and two walk offs were highlights

Code:
April 15th 1903 Edward Jackson (Boston Beaneaters)
April 23rd 1903 Bill Phyle (Cincinnati Reds) P
April 29th 1903 Charlie Hickman (Boston Beaneaters)
April 29th 1903 Pat Moran (Detroit Tigers)
May 8th 1903 Harry Steinfeldt (St Louis Browns)
May 25th 1903 Ed McFarland (Chicago Cubs)
June 6th 1903 Bob Wood (Boston Americans)
July 7th 1903 E Pennell (Boston Americans) Walk Off PH
July 15th 1903 Ernie Courtney (Boston Beaneaters)
July 24th 1903 Joe Tinker (New York Highlanders)
July 28th 1903 Jack Doyle (Cleveland Naps)
August 5th 1903 John Anderson (St Louis Browns)
August 29th 1903 Joe Kelley (Chicago Cubs) Walk off
August 29th 1903 Mike Mitchell (Washington Senators)
September 7th 1903 Kid Nance (St Louis Cardinals)
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Pitching and Batting Leaders
Wins and Strike Outs


Hits and Batting Average
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1904 By The Numbers

New Records
Harry Bay (Chicago White Sox) 679 AB
Bill Bradley (Cleveland) 72 Doubles

Accomplishments
Mike Griffin (Philadelphia), Ed Delahanty (Washington) and George Van Haltren (Washington) each 3000th hit
Cy Young (Washington) 400th win
George Davis (Washington) 2500th hit

The Slam File
Only 4 were hit!! Can you say Deadball

Code:
May 8th 1904 Harry Lumley (New York Giants)
May 28th 1904 Doc Gessler (Cincinnati Reds)
June 21st 1904 Hobe Ferris (St Louis Cardinals)
August 25th 1904 Suter Sullivan (Boston Americans)
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Third No Hitter for the season. Rube Waddell pitches one this time around.

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1905 By The Numbers

Records
No new records

Accomplishments
Cy Young (Washington) Fanned 16
5 No Hitters, one being in a losing cause.

Jake Beckley (Brooklyn) 3000th hit
Willie Keeler (Pittsburgh) 2500th hiit
Jim Handiboe (Boston) 3000th strikeout

The Slam File
Only 4 were hit
Code:
April 17th 1905 Sammy Strang (Cincinnati Reds) Walk Off
April 26th 1905 Red Kleinow (St Louis Cardinals)
September 9th 1905 Dave Tucker (Brooklyn Superbas)
September 23rd Sam Mertes (Philadelphia Phillies)
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Cubs' Watty Lee fires NO Hitter against Brooklyn
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1906 By The Numbers
Cleveland Naps win their 5th WS title. The New York Giants are the only other team with 5. Each team has won at least one.

Records Set
No new Records

Accomplishments
3 No Hitters, Ginger Clark (Cincinnati), Watty Lee (Chicago Cubs), and Wiley Piatt (Cleveland)
Cy Young (Washington) 450th win
Jim Handiboe (Boston Beaneaters) 400th win
Fred Clarke (Cleveland) 2500th hit
Nobody had a 20 or more game hitting streak

Cy Young and Jim Handiboe are the only active pitchers with more that 250 wins. Closest is Jesse Tannehill (Brooklyn) with 240.

The Slam File
Only 3 were hit. And in the last part of the season.
Code:
August 1st 1906 Harry Lumley (New York Giants) Walk off
September 19th 1906 Honus Wagner (Cleveland Naps)
September 30th 1906 Charlie Dexter (Boston Americans)
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