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Old 04-13-2019, 03:59 PM   #1
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MLB Revisited - OOTP 20 Alternate History

Going with an OOTP 20 league introducing an alternate history from 1901 forward.

I have created a 2 division league with 6 teams in each division. It is starting with just an MLB level but after the 1910 season I have added a AAA level.


The setup:
-140 game seasons
-No DH
-Finances and other settings will automatically adjust through time
-No automatic expansion (I will adjust it to 16 teams in the major league level; haven't decided the year for that yet)
-No previous history (I have learned that players are getting added to the career leaders from prior to 1901 when they come up for Hall of Fame voting)
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Old 04-13-2019, 04:05 PM   #2
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The League

East
Atlanta Braves
Boston Red Sox
Cincinnati Reds
New York Yankees
Philadelphia Phillies
Pittsburgh Pirates

West
Chicago Cubs
Detroit Tigers
Los Angeles Dodgers
Oakland A's
San Francisco Giants
St. Louis Cardinals


1st Two Rounds of Initial FA Draft
Round 1
1. 2B Nap Lajoie - Oakland A’s
2. 3B John McGraw - Boston Red Sox
3. SS Honus Wagner- Philadelphia Phillies
4. P Doc White - Cincinnati Reds
5. P Rube Waddell - Atlanta Braves
6. RF Elmer Flick - Pittsburgh Pirates
7. SS George Davis - Chicago Cubs
8. P Christy Mathewson - St. Louis Cardinals
9. P Cy Young - Los Angeles Dodgers
10. P Tom Hughes - San Francisco Giants
11. 3B Jimmy Collins - Detroit Tigers
12. LF Jesse Burkett - New York Yankees

Round 2
1. CF Billy Hamilton - New York Yankees
2. LF Ed Delahanty - Detroit Tigers
3. P Stan Yerkes - San Francisco Giants
4. P Mal Eason - Los Angeles Dodgers
5. SS Bobby Wallace - St. Louis Cardinals
6. C Frank Chance - Chicago Cubs
7. 3B Bill Bradley - Pittsburgh Pirates
8. P Bill Magee - Atlanta Braves
9. CF Jimmy Barrett - Cincinnati Reds
10. P Bill Donovan - Philadelphia Phillies
11. RF Socks Seybold - Boston Red Sox
12. LF Joe Kelley - Oakland A’s
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Decade 1 (1901-1910)

The first 10 years have seen the Chicago Cubs rise to become a "threepeat" champion as they won it all in 1907, 1908 and 1909 before losing their division in 1910.

The Cardinals were the first team to win two titles and they won in 1901 and 1903. They have not been back to the post season since.

The Pirates were the first repeat winner as they won in 1904 and 1905. They have won their division 2 other times but lost the series in 1903 and 1909.

The other teams to win were the Reds (1902), The Phillies (1906) and the Giants (1910).

1906 saw a great collapse by the Yankees as they led their division by 10 games in late July but then finished their final 48 games of the season 12-36 to drop all the way to 3rd place in the East.

The Cubs have the best overall record in the league through 10 seasons as they have 774 victories and a .553 win percentage to go along with 4 division crowns and 3 titles.

The Dodgers have struggled and have the worst record through 10 seasons with 638 victories and a .456 win percentage. They had a winning record in 1901 and 1902 but then went 7 seasons with a losing record before having a 71-69 record in 1910.

Oakland's Nap Lajoie has been the most dominant player in the first decade as he has won 5 MVP awards. No other player has won more than one.

Ty Cobb has just burst onto the scene as he won the 1910 MVP and set a new single season record with a .382 average.

Rube Waddel of Atlanta has dominated the decade with 5 Cy Young Awards. Chicago's Ed Walsh has won the last two as he has set records for ERA in a season in the process. Chicago's Jack Chesbro has also won two awards mixed within Waddell's run. The Cardinals's Christy Mathewson was the only other pitcher to win the award.

Rube Waddell has been the only pitcher to have a 15 strikeout game and he has done it twice.

Socks Seybold, Pop Foster and Buck Freeman have hit for the cycle in a game but the last one was in 1903.

There have been 9 no hitters pitched in the decade. Detroit's Charles Bender has thrown 3 of them. There has not been a perfect game.

Rube Waddell broke the 200 strikeout mark in 1909 and he broke the 200 win mark in 1910.

Christy Mathewson broke the 200 win mark in 1910.

The Dodger's Jake Bentley had a 29 game hitting streak in 1901 which is the longest hit streak of the decade. Nap Lajoie has had 4 hitting streaks over 20 games.

Nearing Milestones:
Frank Chance (Chi), Jimmy Sheckard (Oak) and Harry Steinfeldt (Chi) are 103, 110 and 161 hits away from 1500 career hits.

Sherry Magee (Chi) is 1 stolen base away from 300. Jacke Stahl (LA), Elmer Flick (Pitt) and Jimmy Slagle (Chi) are 2, 7 and 7 away from 200.

Doc White (Cin) and Eddie Plank (Oak) are 14 and 19 wins away from 200.
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Old 04-13-2019, 05:52 PM   #4
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Decade 1 (1901-1910)

1st Round Draft History
1901
P Addie Joss, SF
2B Johnny Evers, NY
P George Mullins, Atl
SS Joe Tinker, Pitt
P Chappie McFarland, Det
SS Carl Lundgren, Phi
P Bob Ewing, Oak
LF Patsy Dougherty, Cin
P Ham Iburg, LA
C Harry Bemis, Chi
CF Homer Smoot, Bos
C Lew Drill, StL

1902
P Charles Bender, Det
P Fred Glade, SF
P Addie Joss, Bos
LF John Titus, Pit
P Mordecai Brown, Phi
P Jake Weimer, SF
CF Doc Gessler, Atl
CF Solly Hoffman, NY
P Ed Killian, LA
3B Hans Lobert, Oak
P Cy Falkenberg, Cin
1B Jake Stahl, Bos
P Weldon Henry, StL
SS Charlie Babb, Chi

1903
3B Art Devlin, NY
P Frank Smith, LA
2B Solly Hoffman, Cin
LF Frank Schulte, Bos
2B Miller Huggins, Phi
RF Harry Lumley, Atl
P Ed Walsh, Chi
P Hooks Wiltse, Det
P Frank Corridon, NY
P Barney Wolfe, SF
CF Moose McCormick, Pitt
P Ralph Caldwell, Oak
P Beany Jacobson, StL

1904
CF Ty Cobb, LA
LF Sherry Magee, Chi
P Orval Overall, Det
P Irv Young, NY
CF Brix Lord, Bos
3B Frank LaPorte, Atl
P Andy Coakley, Phi
P Harry Ables, Cin
P Jimmy Dygert, StL
P Ed Reulbach, Oak
LF Bill Hinchman, Pitt
P Lefty Leifield, SF
P Bill Hogg, StL

1905
SS Eddie Collins, At
P Ed Karger, LA
CF Johnny Bates, Bos
P Fred Beebe, NY
P Glenn Liebhardt, Cin
P Slow Joe Doyle, Det
P Charley Hall, StL
P Jack Coombs, Phi
P Babe Adams, Pit
P Tom Hughes, SF
LF Red Murray, Chi
P Rob Kroh, Oak

1906
CF Tris Speaker, LA
P Walter Johnson, Cin
2B Heinie Zimmerman, Bos
2B Larry Doyle, Pitt
P Nap Rucker, SF
3B Bill Sweeney, Det
P George McQuillan, NY
P Heinie Berger, StL
P Elijah Jones, Atl
P Hank Gehring, StL
P Sam Frock, Chi
1B Ed Konetchy, Phi
P Harry Coveleski, Oak

1907
CF Shoeless Joe Jackson, Bos
3B Frank Baker, SF
LF Gravvy Cravath, NY
CF Birdie Cree, Pitt
P Joe Lake, LA
CF Amos Strunk, Det
RF Beals Becker, Det
P Smoky Joe Woods, Oak
LF Fred Snodgrass, Phi
LF Bob Bescher, Cin
3B Larry Gardner, Atl
P Rube Marquard, StL
RF Steve Evans, Chi

1908
SS Russ Ford, Atl
LF Zack Wheat, Det
C John Meyers, SF
RF Harry Hooper, Bos
SS Donnie Bush, LA
P Ray Collins, StL
RF Beals Becker, NY
2B Dots Miller, Det
P Jim Scott, Oak
SS Stuffy McInnis, Phi
1B Fred Luderus, Pitt
CF Burt Shotton, Cin
P Pat Ragan, Chi

1909
CF Max Carey, Bos
RF Doc Miller, Atl
1B Jake Daubert, Cin
SS Roger Peckinpaugh, Oak
P Frank Lange, LA
LF Bert Daniels, StL
1B Chick Gandil, NY
1B Fred Merkle, Phi
SS Eddie Foster, Det
P George Kahler, SF
LF Duffy Lewis, Pitt
SS Steve Yerkes, Chi

1910
C Steve O’Neill, StL
C Hank Severeid, NY
LF Tillie Walker, Bos
CF Jimmy Johnston, Pitt
P Pete Alexander, Oak
CF Tim Hendryx, Phi
P Joe Benz, Cin
Red Smith, Atl
P Vean Gregg, Oak
LF George Burns, Chi
P Claude Hendrix, LA
P Fred Toney, Det
P Larry Cheney, SF
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Old 04-13-2019, 06:05 PM   #5
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Decade 1 (1901-1910)

Hall of Fame Updates
There have been 2 players voted in who had pre-1901 careers. This has caused an issue with the record book as each time a new player gets introduced as a possible vote they end up being put in the record books.

I am ignoring those two as they didn't have any history in this "universe".


Notable Retirements
Pitcher Jack Chesbro has retired after the 1909 season. He retires with a 132-107 record with a career 2.55 ERA. He won 2 Cy Young awards in his career. He started his career with the Cubs but was traded to the A's before the 1905 season. His Cy Young seasons were with Oakland (the 2 seasons immediately after the trade; that's how you handle getting traded).
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Old 04-13-2019, 06:10 PM   #6
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AAA Added

Starting the 1911 season there will be a AAA minor league. The teams (and their parent club):

Miami Marlins (Braves)
Washington Nationals (Phillies)
New York Mets (Yankees)
Baltimore Orioles (Red Sox)
Chicago White Sox (Cubs)
Montreal Expos (Pirates)
San Diego Padres (Dodgers)
California Angels (Giants)
Kansas City Royals (Cardinals)
Toronto Blue Jays (Reds)
Colorado Rockies (A's)
Arizona Diamondbacks (Tigers)
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Decade 2 (1911-1920)

1911
The Reds beat the Dodgers 4-3 to win the World Series.

6/22 Oakland CF Fred Beck hits for the cycle against New York.

8/1 Cincinnati pitcher Doc White reaches the 200 win milestone.

8/4 Los Angeles pitcher Harry Krause throws a no hitter against St. Louis.

Cy Young retires after the season.

1st Round
1B Jack Fournier, NY
P Hugh Bedient, StL
LF Cy Williams, Bos
2B Jim Viox, Pitt
LF Bobby Veach, Oak
2B Heinie Groh, Phi
C Frank Snyder, Chi
2B Del Pratt, Det
P Jeff Tesreau, Atl
P Cal Weilman, SF
P Bert Gallia, LA
SS Ray Chapman, Cin



1912
The Braves beat the Tigers 4-3 to win the World Series.

5/16 Los Angeles LF Ty Cobb hits for the cycle against Cincinnati.

6/30 Atlanta pitcher Eddie Joss reaches 200 wins.

7/19 Oakland 2B Nap Lajoie reaches 2000 hits.

8/12 Boston pitcher Addie Joss throws a no hitter against Detroit.

8/14 Atlanta SS Art Fletcher has a 6 hit game against San Francisco.

8/29 San Francisco LF Sam Crawford reaches 2000 hits.

Walter Johnson wins the pitching triple crown. He goes 27-8 with an ERA of 1.83 and strikes out 230 in 325.0 innings while walking 50.

1st Round
C Wally Schang, NY
P Dutch Leonard, StL
C Bubbled Hargrave, LA
SS Roger Peckinpaugh, Chi
LF Ed Roush, Phi
CF Les Mann, Bos
P Doc Ayres, Pitt
P Ray Powell, Oak
RF Billy Southworth, SF
P Ralph Comstock, Det
LF Joe Connolly, Cin
P Lefty Tyler, Atl



1913
The Red Sox beat the Giants 4-2 to win the World Series.

6/21 Philadelphia SS Honus Wagner reaches the 2000 hit mark.

9/12 Philadelphia SS Honus Wagner reaches toe 1000 run mark.

1st Round
CF Harry Heilmann, Oak
1B Joe Harris, Chi
CF Braggo Roth, Phi
P Guy Morton, StL
RF Elmer Smith, Det
LF Irish Meusel, LA
RF Jack Tobin, NY
1B George Burns, SF
SS Wally Gerber, Pitt
3B Walter Barbare, Atl
RF Mike Menosky, Cin
LF Walton Cruise, Bos



1914
The Dodgers sweep the Phillies 4-0 to win the World Series.

5/12 Detroit pitcher Christy Mathewson reaches the 250 win mark.

7/8 Detroit pitcher Christy Mathewson reaches the 2000 K mark.

7/10 San Francisco LF Sam Crawford reaches the 1000 RBI mark.

7/24 Detroit pitcher Charles Bender reaches the 200 win mark.

7/26 San Francisco LF Sam Crawford reaches the 1000 run mark.

8/23 Atlanta pitcher Eddie Plank reaches the 2000 K mark.

Pitcher Doc White retires after the season.

Rogers Hornsby is drafted by Detroit but not signed and goes to college. Babe Ruth is drafted by Los Angeles and does sign.

1st Round
3B Rogers Hornsby, Det
RF Harry Heilmann, Oak
LF Ken Williams, Chi
1B George Sisler, StL
SS Dave Bancroft, NY
1B Joe Harris, Chi
P Dazzy Vance, SF
P Johnny Milijus, Oak
RF Baby Doll Jacobson, Pitt
CF Jack Smith, Cin
P Lee Meadows, Atl
1B High Pockets Kelly, Bos
CF Happy Felsch, Bos
CF Pat Duncan, Atl
P Babe Ruth, LA
P Carl Mays, Phi



1915
The Phillies beat the Cardinals 4-2 to win the World Series.

6/2 San Francisco RF Tom Long hits for the cycle against Detroit.

6/4 New York 1B Chick Gandil hits for the cycle against Oakland.

8/3 Atlanta pitcher Eddie Plank reaches the 250 win mark.

8/31 Detroit pitcher Charles Bender reaches the 2000 K mark.

2B Nap Lajoie, P Christy Mathewson, P Eddie Plank and SS Joe Tinker retire after the season.

1st Round
C Johnny Bassler, LA
RF George Harper, Det
CF Hack Miller, Pitt
RF Ben Paschal, Det
P Lefty Williams, Oak
LF Charlie Grimm, SF
SS Zeb Terry, Chi
LF Carson Bigbee, Atl
SS Whitey Witt, Cin
C Verne Clemons, NY
P Urban Shocker, Bos
P Bob Steele, StL
C Val Picinich, Phi
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Decade 2 (1911-1920)

1916
The Red Sox beat the Cardinals 4-1 to win the World Series.

7/25 Los Angeles LF Ty Cobb reaches 2000 hits.

8/13 Boston pitcher Addie Joss reaches 200 wins.

9/10 Cincinnati pitcher Walter Johnson reaches 200 wins.

2B Johnny Evers retires after the season

1st Round
RF Ross Youngs, Chi
P Hod Eller, Phi
RF Ira Flagstead, Pitt
3B Tony Boeckel, SF
RF Fred Nicholson, Atl
CF Bill Lamar, Cin
P Mike Regan, Oak
SS Whitey Witt, Det
SS Aaron Ward, LA
P Johnny Couch, Cin
SS Joe Dugan, NY
2B Pete Kilduff, Bos
2B Bill Wambsganss, StL



1917
The Reds beat the Dodgers 4-2 to win the World Series.

5/27 New York pitcher Tom Hughes throws a no hitter against Atlanta.

7/17 Cincinnati pitcher Walter Johnson reaches 2000 strikeouts.

7/20 Philadelphia SS Honus Wagner reaches 2500 hits.

LF Sam Crawford and SS Honus Wagner retire after the season.

SS Rogers Hornsby is drafted by the Cardinals.

1st Round
SS Rogers Hornsby, StL
LF Austin McHenry, Chi
SS Charlie Hollocher, Phi
2B Jimmy Dykes, Pitt
2B Johnny Mostil, Chi
CF Cliff Heathcote, SF
C Cy Perkins, NY
P Jake Northrop, Atl
P Rasty Wright, Det
3B Babe Pinelli, Oak
P Larry Jacobus, Bos
P Waite Hoyt, LA
2B Red Shannon, Cin



1918
The Red Sox beat the Cubs 4-3 to win the World Series.

5/12 Cincinnati RF Gravvy Cravath becomes the first player to hit 3 homeruns in one game, does it against Los Angeles.

6/19 Los Angeles LF Ty Cobb scores his 1000th run.

8/30 Boston CF Cy Williams hits for the cycle against New York.

3B Frankie Frisch is drafted by the Yankees.

Pitcher Rube Waddell is elected to the Hall of Fame.

1st Round
3B Frankie Frisch, NY
LF Al Wingo, Oak
C Cliff Lee, Pitt
C Earl Smith, SF
SF Curt Walker, Det
1B Dick Burrus, Atl
C Pat Collins, Cin
P Dickey Kerr, StL
P Jimmy Zinn, Phi
2B Bernie Friberg, Bos
CF Jigger Statz, LA
SS Gene Robertson, Chi



1919
The Cardinals sweep the Red Sox 4-0 to win the World Series.

6/13 Los Angeles LF Ty Cobb reaches 2500 hits.

6/30 Cincinnati pitcher Walter Johnson reaches 250 wins.

7/17 Chicago LF Austin McHenry hits for the cycle against Pittsburgh.

8/1 San Francisco RF George Burns hits for a cycle against Chicago.

8/2 Chicago pitcher Pat Ragan throws a no hitter against San Francisco.

2B Jimmy Delahanty and P Charles Bender retire after the season.

1B Ray Grimes is drafted by the Yankees. RF Bob Meusel is drafted by the A's. SS Pie Traynor is drafted by the Red Sox.

Pitcher Doc White is elected into the Hall of Fame.

1st Round
3B Clyde Barnhart, SF
1B Ray Grimes, NY
RF Bob Meusel, Oak
SS Joe Sewell, Chi
RF Ross Youngs, LA
LF Bibb Falk, Atl
P Fred Heimach, Phi
2B Cotton Tierney, Cin
P Johnny Morrison, Det
P Whitey Glazner, StL
2B Marty McManus, Pitt
SS Pie Traynor, Bos



1920
The Yankees beat the Tigers 4-3 to win the World Series.

5/27 Los Angeles LF Ty Cobb reaches 1000 RBI's.

7/9 Atlanta 2B Eddie Collins reaches 2000 hits.

9/18 Los Angeles CF Tris Speaker reaches 2000 hits.

9/20 Atlanta 2B Eddie Collins reaches 1000 RBI's.

RF Kiki Cuyler is drafted by the Reds. SS Joe Sewell is drafted by the A's.

2B Nap Lajoie, P Christy Mathewson, P Eddie Plank and P Jack Chesbro are elected to the Hall of Fame.

1st Round
2B Riggs Stephenson, SF
LF Goose Goslin, Chi
2B Lew Fonseca, StL
RF Kiki Cuyler, Cin
SS Bill Barrett, Chi
SS Joe Sewell, Oak
C Butch Henline, LA
LF Bing Miller, Atl
1B Earl Sheely, Bos
P Garland Braxton, Det
P Pete Donahue, Phi
1B Lu Blue, Pitt
LF Johnny Mokan, NY
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Old 04-15-2019, 09:29 PM   #9
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Decade 2 (1911-1920)

The top 3 teams in terms of lifetime wins are:
1) Reds 1450
2) Cubs 1442
2) Cardinals 1442

The bottom 3 teams are:
1) Yankees 1311
2) Dodgers 1359
3) Giants 1375

The Cubs, Cardinals and Red Sox have been to 5 World Series.

The Yankees have been to 1 World Series. he A's have been to 2.

The Reds, Cubs, Cardinals and Red Sox have won 3 titles.

The Tigers have yet to win a title.

There have not been any repeat MVP or Pitcher of the Year in 8 seasons.


Minor League Sound Byte
AAA uses wild cards to expand their playoffs. The Orioles and Blue Jays have made the playoffs every season (10). The Angels, White Sox and Nationals have yet to make the post season.
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Old 04-15-2019, 09:52 PM   #10
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Decade 2 (1911-1920)

BA - Season
1) Shoeless Joe Jackson .4233 - 1911
2) Shoeless Joe Jackson .4154 - 1912
3) Rogers Hornsby .4080 - 1920
4) Shoeless Joe Jackson .3828 - 1920
5) George Sisler .3825 - 1918

Runs - Season
1) Shoeless Joe Jackson 110 - 1911
2) Ross Youngs 108 - 1920
3) Frank Chance 107 - 1902
4) Shoeless Joe Jackson 103 - 1913
4) Jimmy Barrett 103 - 1901

Runs - Career
1) Ty Cobb 1201 (A)
2) Honus Wagner 1173
3) Sam Crawford 1083
4) Eddie Collins 1000 (A)
5) Tris Speaker 922 (A)

Hits - Season
1) Shoeless Joe Jackson 218 - 1911
2) Shoeless Joe Jackson 211 - 1912
3) Rogers Hornsby 204 - 1920
4) Nap Lajoie 202 - 1902
4) Ty Cobb 202 - 1910

Hits - Career
1) Ty Cobb 2793 (A)
2) Honus Wagner 2513
3) Sam Crawford 2475
4) Nap Lajoie 2404
5) Eddie Collins 2092 (A)

HR - season
1) Babe Ruth 21 - 1920
2) High Pockets Kelly 19 - 1920
3) Rogers Hornsby 16 - 1920
4) Sherry Magee 15 - 1913
5) Zack Wheat 14 - 1913

HR - career
1) Fred Beck 77 (A)
2) Beals Becker 75 (A)
3) Frank Baker 74 (A)
4) Fred Luderus 70 (A)
5) Zack Wheat 68 (A)

RBI - season
1) Charlie Hickman 115 - 1902
2) Heinie Zimmerman 114 - 1913
3) Heinie Zimmerman 111 - 1912
4) Irish Meusel 105 - 1919
5) Bob Meusel 103 - 1920

RBI - career
1) Sam Crawford 1101
2) Ty Cobb 1059 (A)
3) Honus Wagner 966
4) Nap Lajoie 879
5) Tris Speaker 831 (A)

SB - season
1) Eddie Collins 78 - 1913
2) Clyde Milan 76 - 1913
3) George Sisler 68 - 1917
4) Art Devlin 63 - 1905
4) Ray Chapman 63 - 1918

SB - career
1) Ty Cobb 680 (A)
2) Eddie Collins 619 (A)
3) Clyde Milan 460 (A)
4) Frank Chance 427
5) Sherry Magee 424 (A)
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Decade 2 (1911-1920)

ERA - season
1) Eddie Plank 1.340 - 1908
2) Tom Hughes 1.443 - 1909
3) Ed Walsh 1.464 - 1909
4) Walter Johnson 1.476 - 1911
5) Jack Chesbro 1.497 - 1906

Wins - season
1) Jack Chesbro 29 - 1905
2) Noodles Hahn 27 - 1901
2) Doc White 27 - 1902
2) Walter Johnson 27 - 1912
5) Rube Waddell 26 - 1906
5) Wilbur Cooper 26 - 1918

Wins - career
1) Christy Mathewson 272
2) Walter Jonson 270 (A)
3) Eddie Plank 255
4) Charles Bender 242
5) Rube Waddell 240

Saves - season
1) Ralph Caldwell 16 - 1915
2) Win Kellum 15 - 1915
3) Dick Scott 14 - 1916
4) Roy Mitchell 13 - 1914
4) Dick Scott 14 - 1914

Saves - career
1) Dick Scott 110 (A)
2) Ralph Caldwell 65
3) Harry Suter 55(A)
4) Win Kellum 37
5) Charlie Becker 30 (A)

Shutouts - season
1) Rube Waddell 10 - 1906
2) Ed Walsh 9 - 1909
2) Jack Chesbro 9 - 1905
2) Rube Waddell 9 - 1909
2) Rube Waddell 9 - 1903

Shutouts - career
1) Rube Waddell 63
2) Christy Mathewson 62
3) Walter Johnson 50 (A)
4) Eddie Plank 49
5) Charles Bender 45

Strikeouts - season
1) Rube Waddell 302 - 1904
2) Rube Waddell 274 - 1903
3) Rube Waddell 250 - 1905
4) Rube Waddell 233 - 1902
5) Walter Johnson 230 - 1912

Strikeouts - career
1) Rube Waddell 2485
2) Walter Johnson 2463 (A)
3) Charles Bender 2152
4) Christy Mathewson 2109
5) Eddie Plank 2108
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Waddell actually has the 6th, 7th and 8th best seasons for strikeouts as well. Johnson has done it more consistently as Waddell had a decline at the end as Johnson has been consistent and will have a longer career in this universe (actually already has).
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Old 04-20-2019, 10:21 PM   #13
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Decade 3 (1921-1930)

1921
The A's beat the Red Sox 4-2 to win the World Series.

6/27 Philadelphia's Ed Konetchy hits 3 homeruns against Cincinnati.

8/4 Oakland's Bob Meusel hits 3 homeruns against New York.

8/31 San Francisco's Babe Pinelli has 6 hits against St. Louis.

9/9 St. Louis' Austin McHenry has 6 hits against Detroit.


1922
The Red Sox beat the Dodgers 4-1 to win the World Series.

8/8 New York's Frankie Frisch has 6 hits against St. Louis.


1923
The Reds beat the Dodgers 4-3 to win the World Series.

5/11 New York's George Mogridge throws a no hitter against Philadelphia. The oddity for this one was that he had 0 strikeouts.

6/12 Detroit's Del Pratt has 6 hits against Pittsburgh.

6/12 San Francisco's Hack Wilson hits for the cycle against Cincinnati.


1924
The Dodgers beat the Yankees 4-1 to win the World Series.

5/11 San Francisco's Clyde Barnhart hits for the cycle against Boston.

6/11 Cincinnati's Jack Fournier hits for the cycle against San Francisco.


1925
The Reds beat the Giants 4-1 to win the World Series.

6/4 Detroit's Earle Combs has 6 hits against San Francisco.

6/18 Oakland's Jimmie Wilson has 6 hits against St. Louis.

Dazzy Vance gets the Triple Crown as he is 22-8 with a 2.66 ERA and 181 strikeouts.
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Will continue posting this tomorrow evening. Also forgot to add the first rounds of the draft to the last decade, will go back and add that.

Babe Ruth is being mismanaged by the Dodgers. They keep pitching him; giving him 90-100 games played most seasons. Only 4 seasons has he played more than 130 games and he has has put up big numbers including an MVP in one of them. Ironically the Dodgers also have Gehrig. He'll still have good numbers comparable to others in this era but nothing like what he could have had.
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