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Old 08-18-2019, 07:14 PM   #1
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The rewritten history of Baseball 1901-

Several months back, I started a sim from 1901 with the plan to make it into the present day. I didnt think anyone really cared about this sort of thing (Sort of like hearing about someone's Fantasy Football roster), but I'm watching a movie, and I'm bored.


I am currently in the back half of the 1921 season. So from 1901-1920 will have basic updates.

Note: Changes from the normal historical path.

-Players will be granted free agency.
-There will be a player draft.
-The color barrier has been eliminated
-The leagues have been split into two divisions with a 7 game LCS being played
-All Star Games will begin in 1901.
-The seasons will be 162 games from 1901-
-Interleague play will be utilized.

If there are any questions, please do not hesitate.
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Old 08-18-2019, 07:16 PM   #2
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1901 Season:

AL ROY- Win Conroy, Milwaukee (.310 BA, 7 HR's, 95 RBI's)
AL Cy Young- Cy Young, Boston (26-14, 2.57 ERA, 131 K's)
AL MVP- Nap Lajoie, Philadelphia A's (.449 BA, 15 HR's, 91 RBI's)

NL ROY- Doc White, Philadelphia (29-17, 2.63 ERA, 293 K's
NL Cy Young- Doc White, Philadelphia
NL MVP- Honus Wagner, Pittsburgh (.378 BA, 4 HR's, 108 RBI's)

Notable Games:
Jimmy Sheckard of Brooklyn goes 6-6, hitting for the cycle and tallies 6 RBI's

Mike Donlin from Baltimore and Jimmy Barrett from Detroit also hit for the cycle.

Ned Garvin of the Milwaukee Brewers earns the pitching Triple Crown, going 27-14 with a 2.35 ERA and 162 K's

Mike Donlin sets the modern hitting streak record, getting a hit in 30 consecutive games.

Cy Young of the Boston Red Sox earns his 300th win

Playoffs:

NLCS- Pittsburgh Pirates over Philadelphia Phillies
ALCS- Philadelphia A's over Milwaukee Brewers
World Series Champs- Pittsburgh Pirates

Hall of Fame Inductees:
Cap Anson
Dan Brothers
John Clarkson
Tim Keefe
Bobby Matthews
Jim O'Rourke
Old Hoss Radborn
Monte Ward
Mickey Welch

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1902 Season:

AL ROY- George Mullin, St. Louis Browns (14-18, 3.33 ERA, 130 K's)
AL Cy Young - Cy Young, Boston Red Sox (18-10, 2.10 ERA, 68 K's)
AL MVP- Nap Lajoie, Philadelphia A's (.413 BA, 10 HR's, 72 RBI's)

NL ROY- Chappie McFarland, Boston Braves (21-18, 2.44 ERA, 128 K's)
NL Cy Young- Noodles Hahn, Cincinnati Reds (31-8, 1.41 ERA, 226 K's)
NL MVP- Ginger Beaumont, Cincinnati Reds (.406 BA, 6 HR's, 84 RBI's

Notable Moments:

Doc Newton of the Brooklyn Dodgers sets a new record with 15 K's in a 9 inning game.

On April 25th, Cy Young no-hits the Chicago White Sox, striking out two and walking two.

Archie Stimmel of the Cincinnati has one of the more under appreciated seasons of all time, going 31-7 with a 2.11 ERA, overshadowed by his teammate, Noodles Hahn.

George Van Haltren, Hugh Duffy, and Ed Delahanty all reach the 2500 hit milestone.

Honus Wagner and Nap Lajoie both set a new modern hitting streak record, hitting safely in 32 consecutive games.

Postseason:

NLCS- Cincinnati Reds over Philadelphia Phillies
ALCS- Boston Red Sox over Philadelphia A's
World Series Champs- Cincinnati Reds

Hall of Fame Inductees:
Pud Galvin
Tony Mullane

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1903 Season:

AL ROY- Red Ames, Cleveland Indians (26-14, 1.60 ERA, 308 K's)
AL Cy Young- Red Ames
AL MVP- Chick Stahl, Boston Red Sox (.341 BA, 7 HR's, 94 RBI's

NL ROY- Weldon Henley, Pittsburgh Pirates (25-8, 2.14 ERA, 171 K's)
NL Cy Young- Noodles Hahn, Cincinnati Reds (24-10, 1.98 ERA, 219 K's)
NL MVP- Nap Lajoie, Philadelphia Phillies (.369 BA, 9 HR's, 103 RBI's)

Other Notable Achievements:

Tom Hughes of the Brooklyn Dodgers strikes out 15 Cubs in a 14 inning game.

Rube Waddell of the Pittsburgh Pirates no-hits the Reds, striking out 10 and walking 1.

Doc White of the Philadelphia Phillies goes 29-10

Cy Young of the Boston Red Sox earns his 350th win

Hugh Duffy of the St. Louis Cardinals plates his 1,500th RBI

Jesse Burkett of the Boston Red Sox scores his 1,500th run.

Kid Nichols of the Brooklyn Dodgers earns his 350th win.

Jake Beckley of the Cincinnati Reds and Billy Hamilton of the Boston Braves reach hit # 2,500.

Charlie Hickman of the New York Giants sets a new modern hitting streak record with 33 games

Postseason:
NLCS- Cincinnati Reds over New York Giants
ALCS- Boston Red Sox over Philadelphia A's
World Series Champs- Cincinnati Reds

Hall of Fame Inductees:
Roger Conner
Sam Thompson

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1904 Season:

AL ROY- Frank Smith, Washington Senators (26-12, 2.05 ERA, 233 K's)
AL Cy Young- Red Ames, Cleveland Indians (26-14, 1.60 ERA, 331 K's)
AL MVP- Honus Wagner, Washington Senators (.369 BA, 4 HR's, 59 RBI's, 76 SB's)

NL ROY- Hooks Wiltse, Brooklyn Dodgers (31-9, 1.51 ERA, 280 K's)
NL Cy Young- Hooks Wiltse
NL MVP- Nap Lajoie, Philadelphia Phillies (.355 BA, 5 HR's, 93 RBI's, 44 2B's)

Other Notable Achievements:

Rube Waddell of the Pittsburgh Pirates strikes out 15 Phillies in 14.1 innings.

Doc White of the Philadelphia Phillies goes an outstanding 32-8, with a 1.77 ERA and 229 K's.

Jesse Burkett of the Boston Red Sox gets his 2,500 hit.

Jimmy Williams of the New York Yankees make the closest challenge to Charlie Hickman's hitting streak, but falls short with only a 25 game streak.

Postseason:

NLCS- Cincinnati Reds over Brooklyn Dodgers
ALCS- Washington Senators over New York Yankees
World Series Champs- Cincinnati Reds

Hall of Fame Inductees:
Charlie Buffinton
Cy Young

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1905 Season:

AL ROY- Ty Cobb, Chicago White Sox (.294 BA, 2 HR's, 66 RBI's)
AL Cy Young- Noodles Hahn, Chicago White Sox (22-19, 1.63 ERA, 240 K's)
AL MVP- Mike Donlin, New York Yankees (.339 BA, 12 HR's, 102 RBI's, 113 Runs)


NL ROY- Bris Lord, St. Louis Cardinals (.279 BA, 2 HR's, 74 RBI's, 52 2B's)
NL Cy Young- Hooks WIltse, Brooklyn Dodgers (25-17, 1.58 ERA, 254 K's)
NL MVP- Nap Lajoie, Philadelphia Phillies (.317 BA, 7 HR's, 66 RBI's)

Other Notable Achievements:

Jack McCarthy of the St. Louis Cardinals goes 6-6 with 3 RBI's against the Cubs

Red Ames of the Cleveland Indians strikes out 15 Tigers in 9 innings.

George Mullin of the St. Louis Browns no-hits the Indians, striking out 6 and walking 1.

Frank Kitson has a underrated season for the Detroit Tigers, going 26-8 with a 2.33 ERA

John McGraw and Fred Clarke reached the 2000 hit milestone

Jake Beckley and Ed Delahanty reached the 1500 RBI milestone

Fred Clarke of the St. Louis Cardinals has the longest hitting streak of 1905, hitting in 23 straight games.

Postseason:

NLCS- Boston Braves over New York Giants
ALCS- Boston Red Sox over Washington Senators
World Series Champs- Boston Braves

Hall of Fame Inductees:
Hugh Duffy
Paul Hines
Kid Nichols
Gus Weyhing
Deacon White
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1906 Season:

AL ROY- Fred Beebe, Boston Red Sox (22-16, 1.61 ERA, 220 K's)
AL Cy Young- Red Ames, Cleveland Indians (27-11 1.21 ERA, 287 K's 378.2 IP, 0.91 WHIP) ---PITCHING TRIPLE CROWN!!!
AL MVP- Mike Donlin, New York Yankees (.328 BA, 8 HR's, 87 RBI's, 207 Hits, 92 SB)

NL ROY- Ed Karger, Cincinnati Reds (24-15, 1 SV, 2.13 ERA, 188 K's)
NL Cy Young- Christy Mathewson, New York Giants (28-14, 1 SV, 1.24 ERA, 264 K's, 0.87 WHIP, 1.4 BB/9)
NL MVP- Nap Lajoie, Philadelphia Phillies (.342 BA, 6 HR's, 73 RBI's, .429 SLG)

Other Notable Achievements:

Ed Karger of the Cincinnati Reds no-hits the New York Giants. Striking out 1 and walking 2.

Dummy Taylor of the St. Louis Cardinals goes 29-11 with a 1.93 ERA, and 148 K's

Ed Delahanty of the New York Giants gets his 3000th hit.

Nap Lajoie of the Philadelphia Phillies scores his 1000th run.

POSTSEASON:

NCLS: St. Louis Cardinals over Philadelphia Phillies
ALCS: New York Yankees over Washington Senators
World Series Champs: New York Yankees

Hall of Fame Inductees:
No Inductees
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1907 Season:

AL ROY: Walter Johnson, St. Louis Browns (28-8, 1.42 ERA, 251 K's, 366.1 IP)
AL Cy Young: Walter Johnson
AL MVP: Walter Johnson

NL ROY: Charles Bender, Boston Braves (27-13, 1.52 ERA, 218 K's) PITCHING TRIPLE CROWN!!!!
NL Cy Young: Charles Bender
NL MVP: Charles Bender

Other Notable Achievements:

Danny Green of the New York Giants goes 6-7 with 3 RBI's against the Pirates

Slow Joe Doyle of the New York Yankees goes 29-8 with a 1.87 ERA

Jesse Burkett of the Boston Red Sox gets his 3000th hit.

Jesse Tannehill of the Detroit Tigers, Vic Willis of the Chicago White Sox, and Noodles Hahn of the White Sox all earn their 200th win.

Ed Delahanty from the Philadelphia Phillies has the longest hitting streak, but only reaches 20 games.

POSTSEASON:
ALCS- Washington Senators over Chicago White Sox
NLCS- Brooklyn Dodgers over Chicago Cubs
World Series Champs- Brooklyn Dodgers

HOF Inductees:
Billy Hamilton
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1908 Season:

AL ROY- Joe Lake, Boston Red Sox (24-18, 1.53 ERA, 208 K's)
AL Cy Young- Joe Lake
AL MVP- Eddie Collins, Philadelphia A's (.335 BA, 1 HR, 69 RBI's, 200 Hits, 28 3B)

NL ROY- Rube Marquard, Chicago Cubs (25-13, 1.77 ERA, 202 K's, 0.94 WHIP)
NL Cy Young- Christy Mathewson, New York Giants (28-14, 1 SV, 1.74 ERA, 205 K's)
NL MVP- Honus Wagner, New York Giants (.306 BA, 2 HR's, 65 RBI's)

Other Notable Achievements:

Amby McConnell of the Chicago White Sox goes 7 for 9 against the Red Sox on the final day of the regular season.

Big Jeff Pfeffer of the Pirates and Nixey Callahan of the White Sox throw no-hitters.

Oscar Jones of the Detroit Tigers throws a perfect game against the Senators. Striking out five.

Ed Karger of the Cincinnati Reds goes 26-14 with a 2.17 ERA

Jake Beckley of the Detroit Tigers gets hit #3000

Joe Kelley of the Cincinnati Reds scores his 1500th run

Nap Lajoie of the Phillies and Bobby Wallace of the Yankees get RBI #1000

Red Donahue of the White Sox and Doc White of the Senators get win #200

Mike Donlin of the Yankees has the season's longest hitting streak at 21 games.

POSTSEASON:
ALCS- Philadelphia A's over Washington Senators
NLCS- Chicago Cubs over Cincinnati Reds
World Series Champions- Chicago Cubs

HOF Inductees:
George Van Haltren
King Kelley
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1909 Season:

AL ROY- Russ Ford, Chicago White Sox (28-10, 1.43 ERA, 269 K's) PITCHING TRIPLE CROWN!!!
AL Cy Young- Russ Ford
AL MVP- Eddie Collins, Philadelphia A's (.335 BA, 1 HR, 41 RBI's, 206 Hits, 83 SB's

NL ROY- Charles Parkins, Philadelphia Phillies (17-21, 2.27 ERA, 168 K's)
NL Cy Young- Charles Bender, Boston Braves (25-11, 1.96 ERA, 239 K's)
NL MVP- Honus Wagner, New York Giants (.312 BA, 2 HR's, 63 RBI's)

Other Notable Achievements:

Tris Speaker of the Pittsburgh Pirates goes 6-6 with 4 RBI's against Cleveland.

Jimmy Dygert of the New York Giants strikes out 16 Senators in 13 innings

Nap Rucker of the Giants, Noodles Hahn of the White Sox, Russ Ford of the White Sox, Ed Summers of the A's, Doc White of the Phillies, Jesse Tannehill of the Reds, and Ray Collins of the Browns all throw No-Hitters.

Jesse Tannehill of the Reds and Joe Harris of the Tigers, both win 25 games this year.

Jimmy Williams of the Browns and Honus Wagner of the Giants get their 1000th RBI, respectively.

Tom Hughes of the Chicago Cubs gets his 1000th strikeout.

Jesse Tannehill of the Reds and Noodles Hahn of the White Sox, get win #250

Willie Keeler of the Pittsburgh Pirates scores run #1500

Nap Lajoie of the Philadelphia Phillies gets hit #2500

Ginger Beaumont of the Pittsburgh Pirates has the season's longest hitting streak at 23 games

POSTSEASON:
ALCS- Chicago White Sox over Cleveland Indians
NLCS- New York Giants over Boston Braves
World Series Champs- Chicago White Sox

HOF Inductees:
Jesse Tannehill
George Davis

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1910 Season:

AL ROY- Herbert Benham, St. Louis Browns (.222 BA, 7 HR's, 50 RBI's)
AL Cy Young- Russ Ford, Chicago White Sox (27-11, 1.44 ERA, 275 K's)
AL MVP- Ty Cobb, Chicago White Sox (.367 BA, 4 HR's, 79 RBI's, 92 Runs, 208 Hits)

NL ROY- Tillie Shafer, Pittsburgh Pirates (.267 BA, 1 HR, 52, RBI's)
NL Cy Young- Hooks Wiltse, Brooklyn Dodgers ( 22-15, 1.93 ERA, 189 K's)
NL MVP- Tris Speaker, Pittsburgh Pirates (.350 BA, 5 HR's, 51 RBI's, .924 OPS)

Other Notable Achievements:

Heinie Zimmerman of the Reds and Solly Hoffman of the Braves both hit for the cycle

Jimmy Dygert of the Giants no-hits the Chicago Cubs

Addie Joss of the Yankees throws a Perfect Game against the White Sox

Walter Johnson of the St. Louis Brown goes 29-11 with a 1.72 ERA

Jesse Burkett of the Reds and Ed Delahanty of the Phillies each get hit #3500 on back to back days.

Bobby Wallace of the Dodgers, Elmer Flick of the Indians, Jimmy Sheckard of the Dodgers, and Jimmy Williams of the Browns all score run #1000

Tom Hughes of the Chicago Cubs gets win #200

Fred Clarke of the Boston Braves gets RBI #1000

Ty Cobb of the Chicago White Sox has the season's longest hitting streak at 22 games.

POSTSEASON:

ALCS: Chicago White Sox over New York Yankees
NLCS: Chicago Cubs over Brooklyn Dodgers
World Series Champs; Chicago Cubs

HOF Inductees:
Joe Kelley
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1911 Season:

AL ROY- Claude Hendrix, Philadelphia A's (11-15, 1 SV, 2.94 ERA, 118 K's)
AL Cy Young- Russ Ford, Chicago White Sox (27-10, 1 SV, 2.01 ERA, 251 K's, 1.02 WHIP)
AL MVP- Frank Baker, Detroit Tigers (.377 BA, 20 HR's 93 RBI's, 118 Runs)

NL ROY- Ping Bodie, Cincinnati Reds (.286 BA, 1 HR, 46 RBI's)
NL Cy Young- Charles Bender, Boston Braves (24-15, 2.15 ERA, 239 K's)
NL MVP- Tris Speaker, Pittsburgh Pirates (.344 BA, 3 HR's, 80 RBI's, 28 Triples)

Other Notable Achievements:

Walter Johnson of the St. Louis Browns strikes out 15 Indians in 12.2 innings

Nap Rucker of the New York Yankees goes 24-15 with a 2.06 ERA

Christy Mathewson of the Braves and Red Ames of the Indians each notch their 2000th strikeout

Tom McCreery of the Cardinals and Mike Donlin of the Yankees each plater their 1000th RBI

New members of the 200 hit club include:
Danny Green of the Phillies
Sam Crawford of the Giants
Charlie Hickman of the Braves
Harry Steinfeldt of the Giants
Bill Bradley of the Dodgers

John McGraw of the Cardinals scores his 2000th run

Doc White of the Phillies gets his 250th win.

Shoeless Joe Jackson of the Pirates and Joe Birmingham of the Tigers each notch 20 game hitting streaks

POSTSEASON:

ALCS- St. Louis Browns over Chicago White Sox
NLCS- Brooklyn Dodgers over St. Louis Cardinals
World Series Champs: Brooklyn Dodgers

HOF Inductees:
Jesse Burkett
Willie Keeler
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