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Old 05-17-2013, 10:35 PM   #81
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1905 Season

Top 100 Prospects List Published
Friday, April 14th, 1905

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 Ty Cobb of the Pittsburgh Pirates is the #1 prospect overall.

Here is the top 10:
1) CF Ty Cobb, 18, Pittsburgh Pirates
2) SP Orval Overall, 24, St. Louis Cardinals
3) MR Homer Hillebrand, 25, Chicago Cubs
4) LF John Hummel, 22, New York Giants
5) SP Ed Reulbach, 22, St. Louis Browns
6) SP Joe W Harris, 23, New York Highlanders
7) MR King Brady, 23, Philadelphia Athletics
8) 3B Bill Hinchman, 22, St. Louis Cardinals
9) SP Jake Thielman, 25, Boston Americans
10) 2B Frank LaPorte, 25, New York Highlanders



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St. Louis Defeats Boston
Thursday, October 19th, 1905
This is the time of the year when grown men are sometimes reduced to tears. This year the St. Louis Browns shed tears of joy and the Boston Beaneaters shed some sad ones, all because of a baseball game.

The Browns eliminated the Beaneaters today 5-2 at Sportsman's Park III and locked up their 8th Baseball History World Series championship, winning the series 4-2.
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Old 05-23-2013, 10:46 PM   #83
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1906 Season

Top 100 Prospects List Published
Thursday, April 12th, 1906

The season is about to start, so it's time to publish the annual Top 100 Prospects list. This year 18-year-old shortstop Eddie Collins Sr of the New York Highlanders is the #1 prospect overall.

Here is the top 10:
1) SS Eddie Collins Sr, 18, New York Highlanders
2) SP Jack Coombs, 23, Philadelphia Athletics
3) SP Glenn J Liebhardt, 23, New York Giants
4) RF Johnny Bates, 23, Cincinnati Reds
5) SP Ed Karger, 22, Chicago White Sox
6) 3B Ed Lennox, 22, Boston Americans
7) SP Carl Druhot, 23, St. Louis Cardinals
8) SP Ralph Glaze, 25, Brooklyn Superbas
9) SP Slow Joe Doyle, 24, Chicago Cubs
10) 2B Roy Hartzell, 24, Detroit Tigers



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Giants Sweep Detroit in World Series
Saturday, October 13th, 1906
The New York Giants stunned the Detroit Tigers by sweeping the World Series 4-0. The Giants dumped them 3-2 today at Bennett Park in the deciding game of the series.

This was the 3rd time New York has been the league champions. During the regular season the powerful Giants chalked up a 102-52 mark and finished in first place in the National League.
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1907 Season

Top 100 Prospects List Published
Thursday, April 11th, 1907

The season is about to start, so it's time to publish the annual Top 100 Prospects list. This year 19-year-old center fielder Tris Speaker of the New York Highlanders is the #1 prospect overall.

Here is the top 10:
1) CF Tris Speaker, 19, New York Highlanders
2) SP Walter Johnson, 19, Philadelphia Phillies
3) SP Heinie Berger, 25, Brooklyn Superbas
4) SP Elmer Steele, 20, Philadelphia Athletics
5) 3B Ed Lennox, 23, Chicago Cubs
6) CF Clyde Milan, 20, Cincinnati Reds
7) MR Elijah Jones, 25, St. Louis Browns
8) 2B Larry Doyle, 20, Chicago White Sox
9) SP Bill F Bailey, 18, Boston Americans
10) CF Harry Wolter, 22, Cincinnati Reds



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World Series Sweep to Tigers
Saturday, October 12th, 1907
It was a glorious moment at Washington Park III when Detroit claimed the 1907 World Series title with a 8-3 victory. Detroit players were jubilant as they swamped each other on the diamond after completing the fantastic sweep of the Brooklyn Superbas.

Chants of "Thank you, Tigers" reverberated all around the ballpark when it was over.

But in the losing dugout, sadness reigned. Commenting to reporters, the Superbas skipper described what it's like to lose. "Your heart is heavy... you are hurting... it's a very difficult time. And to be swept... it's embarrassing. You just want to forget it ever happened."

But it was a season to remember for the Detroit Tigers. Their season record was 100-54 and good enough for first place in the American League. Then they topped it off by winning the World Series 4-0.

What a year!
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1908 Season

Top 100 Prospects List Published
Tuesday, April 14th, 1908
The season is about to start, so it's time to publish the annual Top 100 Prospects list. This year 19-year-old starting pitcher Harry Krause of the Boston Red Sox is the #1 prospect overall.

Here is the top 10:
1) SP Harry Krause, 19, Boston Red Sox
2) CF Shoeless Joe Jackson, 18, Boston Doves
3) SP Smoky Joe Wood, 18, St. Louis Browns
4) 3B Home Run Baker, 22, Washington Senators
5) SP Frank Arellanes, 26, Cleveland Naps
6) SS Birdie Cree, 25, St. Louis Cardinals
7) SP Bill Grahame, 24, Cincinnati Reds
8) LF Bob Bescher, 24, Pittsburgh Pirates
9) MR Chick Brandom, 21, St. Louis Browns
10) C Fred Snodgrass, 20, Philadelphia Athletics



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Red Sox have yet to win.

Pirates KO Red Sox
Thursday, October 15th, 1908
The celebrations have begun. The streets are alive with people and the confetti is flying. The Pittsburgh Pirates have done it -- they won the 1908 World Series. The Pirates defeated the Boston Red Sox 5-1 at Exposition Park to take the title. Pittsburgh took the series 4-1 for their 3rd Baseball History championship.

After the game, the victorious Pirates manager told the secret to his team's great season and World Series triumph, "The harder you work, the luckier you get," he said. "As far as I'm concerned, I'm the luckiest guy in the world today."

The new champions finished first in the regular season with a 87-67 record in the National League.
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1909 Season

Top 100 Prospects List Published
Monday, April 12th, 1909
The season is about to start, so it's time to publish the annual Top 100 Prospects list. This year 20-year-old left fielder Zack Wheat of the St. Louis Cardinals is the #1 prospect overall.

Here is the top 10:
1) LF Zack Wheat, 20, St. Louis Cardinals
2) SP Russ Ford, 25, St. Louis Browns
3) SP Jim Scott, 20, Philadelphia Athletics
4) SP Willie Mitchell, 19, Cleveland Naps
5) SP Ray Collins, 22, Chicago Cubs
6) SS Donie Bush, 21, Brooklyn Superbas
7) SP Louis Drucke, 20, New York Giants
8) C Ted Easterly, 23, St. Louis Browns
9) CF Ward Miller, 24, Chicago Cubs
10) CF Amos Strunk, 20, New York Giants



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Cubs Win!
Cubs KO Highlanders
Thursday, October 14th, 1909
The celebrations have begun. The streets are alive with people and the confetti is flying. The Chicago Cubs have done it -- they won the 1909 World Series. The Cubs defeated the New York Highlanders 3-2 at West Side Park II to take the title. Chicago took the series 4-1 for their 4th Baseball History championship.

After the game, the victorious Cubs manager told the secret to his team's great season and World Series triumph, "The harder you work, the luckier you get," he said. "As far as I'm concerned, I'm the luckiest guy in the world today."
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