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The Start Of Baseball Statistics

Depository year end stats for my Start of Baseball thread.
So far we have seen stats from 1871 up to 1920.
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1921 By The Numbers

World Series
Washington Senators over Brooklyn Robins 5-1 MVP Eddie Collins

New Records
Slugging %: 0.738 Babe Ruth (Boston Braves)
On Base plus Slugging %: 1.228 Babe Ruth (Boston Braves)
Total Bases: 430 Babe Ruth (Boston Braves)
Home Runs: 48 Babe Ruth (Boston Braves)

Accomplishments
Reb Russell (Brooklyn Robins) and Edgar Wesley (Cincinnati Reds) hit 3 HR in a game
Lu Blue (Brooklyn Robins) and Ray Chapman (St Louis Browns) 6 hits in one game
Eric Bruns (Pittsburgh Pirates) fires a No Hitter
Babe Ruth (Boston Braves) and Walter Johnson (Washington Senators) Triple Crowns
8 pitchers won 20 or more games
4 players hit for the cycle
Walter Johnson (Washington Senators) 3000th strike out
Zack Wheat (Boston Red Sox) 2500th hit
Dave Robertson (Philadelphia Phillies) 31 game hitting streak
Eppa Rixey (Washington Senators) 14 game winning streak and 17 game undefeated streak

The Slam File
Deadball goes out with a bang
26 were hit with Austin McHenry (Boston Red Sox) and Frank Snyder (Brooklyn Robins) hitting 2
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April 17th 1921 Babe Ruth (Boston Braves)
April 18th 1921 Jim Poole (Detroit Tigers) walk off
April 26th 1921 Pat Collins (Pittsburgh Pirates)
April 28th 1921 Harry Heilmann (Boston Red Sox)
May 12th 1921 Ben Mallonee (St Louis Cardinals)
June 5th 1921 Biz Mackey (Brooklyn Robins)
June 5th 1921 Ralph Shinners (New York Yankees) PH walk off
June 8th 1921 Babe Ellison (Chicago White Sox)
June 13th 1921 Bubbles Hargrave (Boston Braves)
June 13th 1921 Ira Flagstead (Washington Senators)
June 14th 1921 Charlie High (Chicago Cubs)
June 24th 1921 Charlie Grimm (Chicago Cubs)
June 25th 1921 Dan Krantz (Pittsburgh Pirates)
July 4th 1921 Dave Robertson (Philadelphia Phillies)
July 5th 1921 Edgar Wesley (Cincinnati Reds)
July 12th 1921 Austin McHenry (Boston Red Sox)
July 16th 1921 Jack Smith (Cincinnati Reds)
July 18th 1921 Clarence Smith (Brooklyn Robins)
July 26th 1921 Frank Snyder (Brooklyn Robins)
July 28th 1921 Rube Lutzke (Pittsburgh Pirates)
August 5th 1921 Mike Burke (Chicago Cubs) walk off
August 10th 1921 Whitey Witt (Chicago White Sox)
September 5th 1921 George Carr (New York Giants)
September 12th 1921 Austin McHenry (Boston Red Sox)
September 13th 1921 Bob Meusel (Pittsburgh Pirates)
September 17th 1921 Frank Snyder (Brooklyn Robins)
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I'm curious since you don't retire the players like in real life... What kind of career Charlie Ferguson had? He was one of the best players of his time before he died tragically at 25 years old...
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1922 By The Numbers

World Series
Washington Senators over Philadelphia Phillies 4-3 MVP Rogers Hornsby (Washington Senators)

New Records
Hits (tie) 251 Lew Fonseca (New York Giants)

Accomplishments
George Harper (Washington Senators) hit for the cycle
8 pitchers won 20 or more games.
Walter Johnson (Washington Senators) 350th win
Tris Speaker (Chicago White Sox) 3000th hit
Ty Cobb (Boston Red Sox) 3500th hit
Pete Alexander (Washington Senators) 250th win

The Home Run King
AL: Hack Wilson (Washington Senators) 36
NL: Lou Gehrig (Pittsburgh Pirates) 34

The Slam File
27 hit this year. John Beckwith (Philadelphia Phillies) hit 2 in September. Bob Meusel (Pittsburgh Pirates) hit 2 within a month span
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April 14th 1922 George Scales (St Louis Browns)
April 18th 192 George Grantham (Boston Braves)
April 28th 1922 Johnny Mostil (Philadelphia Athletics)
May 1st 1922 Turkey Stearnes (Cleveland Indians)
May 10th 1922 Joe Bratcher (St Louis Browns)
May 16th 1922 Hack Wilson (Washington Senators)
May 24th 1922 Bernie Friberg (Cleveland Indians)
May 30th 1922 Cristobal Torriente (St Louis Browns)
June 3rd 1922 Ken Williams (New York Giants)
June 10th 1922 Lefty O'Doul (Boston Braves)
June 21st 1922 Goose Goslin (St Louis Cardinals)
July 4th 1922 Alejandro Oms (Cincinnati Reds)
July 24th 1922 Rogers Hornsby (Washington Senators)
July 25th 1922 Phil Todt (Washington Senators)
July 26th 1922 Clyde Barnhart (Detroit Tigers)
July 29th 1922 Lena Styles (Philadelphia Phillies)
August 1st 1922 Bubbles Hargrave (Boston Braves)
August 6th 1922 Happy Felsch (Cleveland Indians)
August 7th 1922 Russ Wrightstone (Chicago Cubs)
August 8th 1922 George Bliss (Boston Red Sox)
August 19th 1922 Clarence Smith (Brooklyn Robins)
August 19th 1922 Jack Fournier (St Louis Browns)
August 25th 1922 Bob Meusel (Pittsburgh Pirates)
September 1st 1922 Wadec Lefler (St Louis Browns)
September 4th 1922 John Beckwith (Philadelphia Phillies)
September 4th 1922 Rube Lutzke (Pittsburgh Pirates)
September 20th 1922 Bob Meusel (Pittsburgh Pirates)
September 25th 1922 John Beckwith (Philadelphia Phillies)
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1923 By The Numbers

World Series
Boston Braves over Washington Senators 4-3

New Records
None

Accomplishments
Pete Alexander (Washington Senators) pitches a Perfect Game
Paul Waner (Boston Braves, Max Carey (New York Giants), and Willie Kamm (Cincinnati Reds) 6 hit game
Rogers Hornsby (Washington Senators) hit for the cycle
9 pitchers won 20 or more games
Eddie Collins (Washington Senators) 3000th hit
Rogers Hornsby (Washington Senators) 32 game hitting streak

The Home Run King
AL: Turkey Stearnes (Cleveland Indians) 35
NL: Tony Lazzeri (Philadelphia Phillies) 27

The Slam File
31 hit this season.
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May 3rd 1923 Shoeless Joe Jackson (Pittsburgh Pirates)
May 5th 1923 Hack Wilson (Washington Senators)
May 6th 1923 Cristobal Torriente (St Louis Browns)
May 9th 1923 Yam Yaryan (Philadelphia Phillies)
May 11th 1923 Harvey Hendrick (Philadelphia Phillies)
May 16th 1923 Tony Lazzeri (Philadelphia hillies) 2
May 21st 1923 Zack Wheat (Boston Braves)
May 27th 1923 Ken Williams (New York Giants)
May 31st 1923 Turkey Stearnes (Cleveland Indians)
June 1st 1923 Pug Cavet (New York Giants) P
June 3rd 1923 Babe Ruth (Boston Braves)
June 7th 1923 Cleo Smith (Cleveland Indians)
June 23rd 1923 Heavy Johnson (Brooklyn Robins)
July 12th 1923 Bob Meusel (Pittsburgh Pirates)
July 22nd 1923 Frank Welch (St Louis Browns)
August 2nd 1923 Babe Ruth (Boston Braves)
August 3rd 1923 Dave Bancroft (New York Yankees)
August 9th 1923 Harry McCurdy (New York Giants)
August 12th 1923 Charlie High (Chicago Cubs)
August 12th 1923 Bill Terry (Cleveland Indians)
August 18th 1923 Bunny Roser (Chicago Cubs)
August 22nd 1923 Harvey Hendrick (Philadelphia Phillies)
August 23rd 1923 Ripper Collins (Philadelphia Athletics)
August 26th 1923 Cristobal Torriente (St Louis Browns)
September 8th 1923 Elliot Bigelow (NY Giants) Walk Off PH
September 14th 1923 Virgil Barnes (New York Yankees) P
September 18th 1923 Rube Bressler (Pittsburgh Pirates)
September 19th 1923 Jim Brown (Boston Braves)
September 20th 1923 Jim Poole (Detroit Tigers)
September 24th 1923 Hank Gowdy (Cleveland Indians)
September 25th 1923 Bing Miller (Philadelphia Athletics)
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1924 By The Numbers

World Series
Boston Braves sweep Cleveland Indians 4-0
MVP is Babe Genzel (Boston)

New Records
None

Accomplishments
Walter Johnson (Washington Senators) 400th win
Pete Daniels (Chicago White Sox) 3 HR in one game
Jimmy Wilson (Chicago White Sox) 6 hits in one game
Edgar Wesley (Boston Braves) hit for the cycle
11 pitchers with 20 or more wins
Dazzy Vance (Washington Seantors) narrowly missed the Pitching Triple Crown by .657
Goose Goslin (St Louis Cardinals) 38 game hitting streak

The Home Run King
AL: Pete Daniels (Chicago White Sox) 21
NL: Lou Gehrig (Pittsburgh Pirates) 21

The Slam File
23 hit this season. Including 3 pitchers. Ike Eichrodt (St Louis Cardinals) hit 2
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April 21st 1924 George Brovold (Chicago Cubs)
April 28th 1924 Babe Ruth (Boston Braves)
May 2nd 1924 Chick Hafey (Boston Red Sox)
May 11th 1924 Lu Blue (Brooklyn Robins)
May 13th 1924 Happy Felsch (Cleveland Indians)
May 17th 1924 Charlie High (Chicago Cubs)
May 21st 1924 Ike Eichrodt (St Louis Cardinals)
May 30th 1924 Carmen Hill (Philadelphia Athletics) P
June 4th 1924 Dutch Henry (St Louis Cardinals) P
June 14th 1924 Clyde Barnhart (Detroit Tigers) PH walk off
July 12th 1924 Rube Lutke (Pittsburgh Pirates)
July 22nd 1924 Ike Eichrodt (St Louis Cardinals)
July 24th 1924 Walter Davis (Pittsburgh Pirates)
July 26th 1924 Russ Wrightstone (Chicago Cubs)
August 10th 1924 Sam Gray (Philadelphia Athletics) P
August 13th 1924 Harvey McDonald (Chicago White Sox)
August 13th 1924 Red Shannon (Boston Red Sox)
August 21st 1924 Heinie Sand (Cincinnati Reds)
September 1st 1924 Wally Schang (Chicago Cubs)
September 10th 1924 Ira Flagstead (Washington Senators)
September 12th 1924 George Grantham (Boston Braves)
September 12th 1924 Ken Williams (New York Giants)
September 18th 1924 Heavy Johnson (Brooklyn Robins)
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1925 By The Number

World Series
Washington Senators over Boston Braves 4-2
MVP Joe Sewell (Washington)

Batting Champions
AL Riggs Stephenson (Detroit Tigers) .409
NL Paul Waner (Boston Braves) .376

The Home Run Kings
AL Turkey Stearnes (Cleveland Indians) 33
NL Lou Gehrig (Pittsburgh Pirates) 32

New Records
None

Accomplishments
Rogers Hornsby (Washington Senators) 3 HR in a single game
Happy Foreman (St Louis Cardinals) and George Harper (Washington Senators) hits for the cycle
9 pitchers won 20 or more games
Dazzy Vance (Washington Senators) Pitching Triple Crown. The 3rd Senators to do so, Pratt, Johnson (3 times) and Vance
Ty Cobb (Boston Red Sox) 4000th hit
Eddie Collins (Washington Senators) and Tris Speaker (Chicago White Sox) 3500th hit

The Slam File
Includes 3 walk off pinch hits. Rogers Hoprnsby (Washington Senators), Oscar Charleston (Washington Senators), Lou Gehrig (Pittsburgh Pirates), and Ossie Bluege (Philadelphia Phillies) all hit 2

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April 14th 1925 Yam Yaryan (Philadelphia Athletics) Walk off PH
April 15th 1925 Pete Daniels (Chicago White Sox)
April 24th 1925 Herb Thomas (Brooklyn Robins) PH
April 27th 1925 Martin Dihigo (Brooklyn Robins)
April 30th 1925 Si Rosenthal (Cincinnati Reds)
May 3rd 1925 Frankie Frisch (Philadelphia Athletics)
May 4th 1925 Oscar Charleston (Washington Senators)
May 8th 1925 Andy Reese (New York Yankees)
May 12th 1925 Ossie Bluege (Philadelphia Phillies)
May 12th 1925 Oscar Charleston (Washington Senators)
May 14th 1925 Jim Poole (Philadelphia Athletics)
May 19th 1925 Lu Blue (Brooklyn Robins)
May 28th 1925 Lou Gehrig (Pittsburgh Pirates)
June 13th 1925 Frank Brazill (New York Giants)
June 14th 1925 Turkey Stearnes (Cleveland Indians)
July 4th 1925 Lou Gehrig (Pittsburgh Pirates)
July 20th 1925 Harvey McDonald (Chicago White Sox) Walk off PH
July 26th 1925 Jack Fournier (St Louis Browns) Walk off PH
July 30th 1925 Rogers Hornsby (Washington Senators)
July 31st 1925 Moose Clabaugh (Boston Braves)
August 1st 1925 Ossie Bluege (Philadelphia Phillies)
August 1st 1925 Jimmy O'Connell (Chicago White Sox)
August 4th 1925 Pat Duncan (Brooklyn Robins)
August 9th 1925 Marty McManus (Cincinnati Reds)
August 19th 1925 Jimmy Walsh (Pittsburgh Pirates)
August 24th 1925 Frank Sigafoos (St Louis Browns)
August 26th 1925 Rogers Hornsby (Washington Senators)
September 22nd 1925 Walter Davis (Pittsburgh Pirates)
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1926 By The Numbers

World Series
Washington Senators over Chicago Cubs 4-1
MVP Oscar Charleston (Washington)

Batting Champions
AL Riggs Stephenson (Detroit Tigers) .366
NL Bibb Falk (Chicago Cubs) .366

The Home Run Kings
AL Bill Terry (Cleveland Indians) 21
NL Babe Ruth (Boston Braves) 29

New Records
None

Accomplishments
Jakie May (Cincinnati Reds) Pitching Triple Crown
Rube Walberg (Chicago White Sox) No Hitter
Dave Barbee (Philadelphia Phillies) and Freddie Lindstrom (Chicago White Sox) hit for the cycle
7 Pitchers with 20 or more wins
Claude Hendrix (St Louis Cardinals) 250th win
Rogers Hornsby (Washington Senators) 39 hitting streak
Johnny Mostil (Philadelphia Athletics) 36 game hitting streak

The Slam File
Hack Wilson (Washington Senators) set a record with 4 hit
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April 15th 1926 Paul Waner (Boston Braves)
May 4th 1926 Bebe Herman (Chicago White Sox)
May 4th 1926 Hack Wilson (Washington Senators)
May 12th 1926 Sammy Hale (Chiago Cubs)
May 14th 19262 Al Simmons (Detroit Tigers)
May 18th 1926 Chick Hafy (Boston Red Sox)
May 22nd 1926 Edward Milton (Chicago White Sox)
May 22nd 1926 Hack Wilson (Washington Senators)
May 30th 19226 Pie Traynor (New York Yankees) walk off
June 5th 1926 Willie Kamm (Cincinnati Reds)
June 25th 1926 Martin Dihigo (Brooklyn Robins)
June 26th 1926 Ossie Bluege (Philadelphia Phillies)
June 28th 1926 Jack Rothrock (Cleveland Indians)
July 2nd 1926 Clyde Beck (St Louis Browns)
July 13th 1926 Jimmy O'Connell (Chicago White Sox)
July 15th 1926 Hack Wilson (Washington Senators)
July 23rd 1926 Tony Lazzeri (Philadelphia Phillies)
August 3rd 1926 Bunny Brief (Chicago White Sox)
August 16th 1926 Chick Hafy (Boston Red Sox)
August 17th 1926 Earl Averill (Boston Red Sox)
August 17th 1926 Red Shannon (Boston Red Sox)
September 4th 1926 Hack Wilson (Washington Senators)
September 9th 1926 John Beckwith (Philadelphia Phillies)
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1927 By The Numbers

World Series
Washington Senators over Cincinnati Reds 4-1
MVP Oscar Charleston (Washington)

Batting Champions
AL Al Simmons (Detroit Tigers) .391
NL Lou Gehrig (Pittsburgh Pirates) 378

The Home Run Kings
AL Jimmy Foxx (Boston Red Sox) and Rogers Hornsby (Washington Senators) 19
NL Lou Gehrig (Pittsburgh Pirates) 22

New Records
None

Accomplishments
Dazzy Vance (Washington Senators) No Hitter
David Miner (Cincinnati Reds) 3 HR in a single game
John Beckwith (Philadelphia Phillies) 6 hits in a single game
4 players hit for the cycle
9 pitchers with 20 or more wins
Dazzy Vance (Washington Senators) Pitching Triple Crown
Zack Wheat (Cincinnati Reds) and Ed Roush (Cleveland Indians) 3000th hit
Rogers Hornsby (Washington Senators) and Happy Felsch (Cleveland Indians) 2500th hit

The Slam File
12 hit this year with Mel Ott (Pittsburgh Pirates) hitting two
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April 16th 1927 Roy Johnson (Philadelphia Phillies)
April 27th 1927 W Wilson (Cleveland Indians) P
May 4th 1927 Ed Roush (Cleveland Indians)
May 21st 1927 Bill Dickey (St Louis Browns) PH
May 27th 1927 Dolph Camill (St Louis Browns)
June 7th 1927 Les Bell (Philadelphia Athletics)
July 16th 1927 Mel Ott (Pittsburgh Pirates)
August 5th 1927 Don Hurst (Boston Red Sox)
August 7th 1927 Micky Cochrane (St Louis Cardnials) PH
August 31st 1927 Mel Ott (Pittsburgh Pirates)
September 1st 1927 Bibb Falk (Chicago Cubs)
September 24th 1927 Bubbles Hargrave (Boston Braves)
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1928 By The Numbers

World Series
Washington Senators over St Louis Cardinals 4-3
MVP Hack Wilson (Washington)

Batting Champions
AL Babe Herman (Chicago White Sox) .386
NL Lou Gehrig (Pittsburgh Pirates) .383

The Home Run Kings
AL Willie Wilson (Detroit Tigers) 28
NL Babe Ruth (Boston Braves) 29

New Records
Games 154 Carl Reynolds (Philadelphia Phillies)
Games 88 (Pitcher) Boom-Boom Beck (Brooklyn Robins)

Accomplishments
Turkey Stearnes (Cleveland Indians) 3 HR is a single game
Lew Fonseca (New York Giants), Ethan Allen (Detroit Tigers) and Mel Ott (Pittsburgh Pirates)
Charlie Gehringer (St Louis Cardinals) and Walter Davis (Pittsburgh Pirates) each hit for the cycle
11 pitchers with 20 or more wins
Lefty Grove (Washington Senators) Pitching Triple Crown
Ty Cobb (Chicago Cubs) 4500th hit
Tris Speaker (Chicago Whiter Sox) 4000th hit
Harry Heilmann (Boston Red Sox) 3000th hit
George Sisler (Washington Senators) 2500th hit

The Slam File
25 hit this year with Earl Averill (Boston Red Sox) hitting two

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April 15th 1928 Earl Webb (Detroit Tigers)
April 19th 1928 Harry Heilmann (Boston Red Sox)
April 20th 1928 Goose Goslin (St Louis Cardinals)
May 11th 1928 Sam Leslie (New York Yankees)
May 16th 1928 Chick Hafy (Boston Red Sox)
May 17th 1926 Hod Ford (New York Giants)
May 17th 1928 Daniel Harris (Cincinnati Reds)
May 28th 1928 Les Bell (Philadelphia Athletics)
June 1st 1928 Pid Purdy (Boston Braves)
June 7th 1928 Earl Averill (Boston Red Sox)
June 8th 1928 Chino Smith (Brooklyn Robins)
June 16th 1928 Tony Lazzeri (Philadelphia Phillies)
July 1st 1928 Al Simmons (Detroit Tigers)
July 2nd 1928 Hack Wilson (Washington Senators)
July 10th 1928 Earl Sheely (New York Giants)
July 14th 1928 Martin Dihigo (Brooklyn Robins)
July 31st 1928 Moose Clabaugh (St Louis Browns) Walk off
August 3rd 1928 Chino Smith (Brooklyn Robins)
August 20th 1928 Gene Moore (Chicago Cubs)
September 15th 1928 Earl Averill (Boston Red Sox)
September 15th 1928 Jimmie Foxx (Boston Red Sox)
September 16th 1928 Marty McManus (Cincinnati Reds)
September 24th 1928 Red Badgro (Cleveland Indians) PH
September 25th 1928 David Miner (Cincinnati Reds)
September 27th 1928 Dave Barbee (Philadelphia Phillies) Walk off
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