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Old 06-16-2018, 06:16 PM   #21
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Senators' Clarkson NO Hits Spiders
John Clarkson joins Mickey Welch and Jim Whitney as the only pitchers in the league to record two No Hitters.

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The Second No Hitter of the Season

Will Sawyer No Hits Phillies

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1892 by The Numbers

5 batters hit for the cycle
Mike Smith (Chicago Colts)
George Van Haltren (Washington Senators)
Bob Gilman Allen (St Louis Cardinals)
Billy Nash (Boston Beaneaters)
Ed Delahanty (Washington Senators)

John Clarkson (Washington) and Will Sayer (New York) pitch No Hitters

John Clarkson (Washington) 200th win
Jack Glasscock (St Louis Cardinals) 2000th hit
Jim O'Rourke (Washington) 2500th hit
Monte Ward (St Louis Browns) 250th win
Tommy Bond (Pittsburgh Pirates) 300th win
Charlie Ferguson (St Louis Cardinals) 200th win

New Records
Mike Tiernan (Washington) .663 slugging pct
Ed Delahanty (Washington) 158 runs and 365 total bases
Scoops Carey (St Louis Cardinals) 60 doubles
Lava Cross (Columbus Solons) 131 RBIs
Cy Young (Washington) 41 wins

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April 29th 1892 Jesse Burkett (Columbus Solons)
May 8th 1892 Charlie Duffee (Cleveland Spiders)
May 10th 1892 Jocko Milligan (Boston Reds)
May 10th 1892 Ballplayer Connor (Milwaukee Brewers)
May 15th 1892 Denny Lyons (Chicago Colts)
May 20th 1892 Eddie Burke (Chicago Colts)
May 22nd 1892 Sam Wise (Louisvile Colonels)
May 27th 1892 Harry Stovey (Milwaukee Brewers)
May 28th 1892 Buck Ewing (Boston Beaneaters)
June 8th 1892 Jospeh Katz (Boston Beaneaters)
June 11th 1892 Charles Zimmer (Pittsburgh Pirates)
June 19th 1892 Charlie Duffee (Cleveland Spiders)
June 19th 1892 Arlie Latham (St Louis Cardinals)
June 22nd 1892 George Davis (Washington Senators)
June 22nd 1892 Jim Fogarty (Brooklyn Grooms)
July 8th 1892 Robert Berryhill (Louisville Colonels)
July 14th 1892 Dummy Hoy (Cleveland Spiders) Walk Off
July 26th 1892 Bill Lange (Louisville Colonels)
July 31st 1892 Jake Stanzel (Baltimore Orioles)
August 23rd 1892 Otto Schomberg (St Louis Cardinals)
September 9th 1892 Jake Stanzel (Baltimore Orioles)
September 17th 1892 Reddy Mack (Boston Reds)
September 24th 1892 Reddy Mack (Boston Reds)
October 2nd 1892 Jim Canavan (Brooklyn Grooms) PH
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Our first 100 game winning team.
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Will Sawyer serves up his second No Hitter in less than a year.

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1893 By The Numbers

New Records
Bill Hamilton (Columbus) On-Base Pct .502
Jack Glasscock (St Louis Cardinals) AB 628
Hugh Duffy (Baltimore) Hits 238
Ed Crane (Washington) Wins 42
Ed Crane (Washington) BB 364

Accomplishments
Jocko Milligan hits the only cycle of the season
James Burke (NY) 300th win
Bill Sweeney (Chicago) 250th win

Will Sawyer (NY) Charlie Geggus (Cleveland) 200th win


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13 Grand Slams hit
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May 5th 1893 Perry Werden (Cleveland Spiders)
May 5th 1896 Joe Sugden (Pittsburgh Pirates) Walk Off
May 23rd 1893 Jack Huston (Boston Beaneaters) PH
May 26th 1893 Jack Stivetts (Boston Beaneaters)
June 1st 1893 Hugh Duffy (Baltimore Orioles)
June 14th 1893 Charles Zimmer (Columbus Solons)
July 12th 1893 Ed Silch (Cleveland Spiders)
July 14th 1893 Mike Griffin (Louisville Colonels)
July 18th 1893 George Davis (Washington Senators)
July 22nd 1893 Chippy McGarr (Washington Senators)
July 24th 1893 Billy Shindle (Pittsbught Pirates)
August 4th 1893 Frank Grant (Baltimore Orioles)
August 11th 1893 John Shearon (St Louis Cardinals)
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Mike Tiernan is the first player in league history to hit Grand Slams in consecutive days.


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1894 by the Numbers

Sam Thompson (Baltimore), Joe Kelly (Chicago), Fred Clarke (Cleveland) , and Ed Delahanty (Washington) all went cycling.
Ed McKean (Columbus), Ed Delahanty (Washington), George Davis (Washington), Jessie Burkett (Columbus), and Kip Selbach (Philadelphia) all had over 150 RBIs.
Charlie Ferguson (St Louis Cardinals) win #250
Buck Ewing (Boston Beaneaters) 2000 hits
Dan Brouthers (Chicago Colts) 2500 hits
Kip Selbach (Philadelphia) 35 game hitting streak

New Records
Billy Hamilton (Columbus) .433 BA
Lave Cross ((Columbus) 650 AB
Ed Delahanty (Washington) 251 Hits, 178 Runs, .678 Slugging pct, 1.202 On base + slugging pct
Jessie Burkett (Columbus) 172 RBIs.


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Offense went through the roof in 1894.
Total of 47 were hit.

Code:
April 22nd 1894 Charlies Zimmer (Columbus Solons) Walk Off
April 23rd 1894 George Van Haltren (Washington Senators)
May 6th 1894 Billy Nash (Boston Beaneaters)
May 7th 1894 Jake Stenzel (Baltimore Orioles)
May 12th 1894 Mike Tiernan (Washington Senators)
May 13th 1894 Mike Tiernan (Washington Senators)
May 15th 1894 Mike Smith (Chicago Colts)
May 22nd 1894 Jake Beckley (St Louis Browns) Walk Off
May 27th 1894 Buck Ewing (Boston Beaeaters)
May 30th 1894 Kip Selbach (Philadelphia Phillies)
May 30th 1894 Dick Burns (Louisville Colonels) P
May 30th 1894 Hub Collins (Louisville Colonels)
June 1st 1894 Lave Cross (Columbus Solons)
June 5th 1894 Steve Brodie (Boston Reds)
June 9th 1894 Hub Collins (Louisville Colonels)
June 13th 1893 George Davis (Washington Senators)
June 18th 1894 Jack Clements (St Louis Cardinals)
June 20th 1894 Tom Murray (Cincinnati Reds)
July 9th 1894 Fred Schaub (Pittsburgh Pirates)
July 14th 1894 Ed McKean (Columbus Solons)
July 16th 1894 Edward Breckenridge (New York Giants)
July 29th 1894 Charlie Newman (Cincinnati Reds)
August 2nd 1894 Jack O'Connor (Louisville Colonels)
August 2nd 1894 George Treadway (Philadelphia Phillies)
August 4th 1894 Jack Crooks (Philadelphia Phillies)
August 6th 1894 Bill Lange (Louisville Colonels)
August 12th 1894 Sam Thompson (Baltimore Orioles)
August 16th 1894 Bill Joyce (Philadelphia Phillies)
August 19th 1894 Frank Motz (Baltimore Orioles)
August 19th 1894 Heinie Peitz (Louisville Colonels)
August 23rd 1894 George Davis (Washington Senators)
August 28th 1894 Bill Joyce (Philadelphia Phillies)
September 2nd 1894 Jessie Burkett (Columbus Solons)
September 9th 1894 Tuck Turner (New York Giants)
September 10th 1894 Ad Gumpert (New York Giants)
September 13th 1894 Bill Joyce (Philadelphia Phillies)
September 15th 1894 Jack Clements (St Louis Cardinals)
September 16th 1894 Joe Quinn (St Louis Browns)
September 22nd 1894 Bid McPhee (Boston Beaneaters)
September 22nd 1894 Dan Potts (New York Giants)
September 25th 1894 Jessie Burkett (Columbus Solons)
September 27th 1894 Duff Cooley (Louisville Colonels)
September 27th 1894 Otto Schomberg (St Louis Cardinals)
October 2nd 1894 Jim Canavan (Brooklyn Grooms)
October 2nd 1892 Dave Orr (Cincinnati Reds)
October 11th 1892 Charles Zimmer (Columbus Solons) WS
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1895 By The Numbers

Offensive was less of a factor this season. Stolen Bases were over 20% and a lot more batters struck out.

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John McGraw (Phillies) 201 runs
Tom McCreery (Cincinnati) 195 singles
John McGraw (Phillies) 130 stolen bases


Accomplishments
Mike Griffin (Louisville) 6 hits in one game
Ed Delahanty (Washington) went Cycling twice, while Fred Clarke (Spiders) and Harry Davis (Columbus) went once.
Joseph Knight (Phillies) Ed McKean (Columbus) Bill Joyce (Phillies) John Anderson (Browns) and Joe Kelley (Chicago) each drove in over 150 runs
Steve Brodie (Baltimore) 39 game hitting streak
Bill Sweeney (Chicago) 300th win
Dave Orr (Cincinnati) and Pete Browning (Baltimore) 2000th hit

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Only 16 were hit this season

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April 8th 1895 Bill Joyce (Philadelphia Phillies)
April 15th 1895 Frank Motz (Baltimore Orioles)
April 17th 1895 Hughie Jennings (Cincinnati Reds)
April 18th 1895 Jake Stenzel (Baltimore Orioles)
May 21st 1895 Mike Smith (Chicago Colts) Walk Off
May 31st 1895 Frank Shugart (St Louis Cardinals)
June 15th 1895 Bug Holliday (St Louis Browns)
June 15th 1895 Dusty Miller (Brooklyn Grooms)
June 16th 1895 Ed Lewee (Pittsburgh Pirates)
June 19th 1895 Dummy Hoy (Columbus Solons)
June 29th 1895 Frank Motz (Baltimore Orioles)
August 20th 1895 George Decker (Chicago Colts)
August 25th 1895 Bill Joyce (Philadelphia Phillies)
August 28th 1895 Joseph Knight (Philadelphia Phillies)
September 1st 1895 Jocko Halligan (Louisville Colonels) PH
September 2nd 1895 Gus Klopf (Boston Beaneaters)
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How does your career leaders look?
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Past Champions


Leaders as of 1895
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Roger Connor was pretty close to his real record as far as home runs.
The Toad does pretty well in strikeouts for me as well.
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1896 By The Numbers

All the past World Series champions


New Records
Harry Davis (Columbus) 39 Triples

Accomplishments
Fred Tenney (Louisville) 6 hits in one game
Charlie Duffee (Cleveland) Hits for the cycle
Willie Keeler (Pittsburgh) 35 game hitting streak
Roger Connor (Pittsburgh) 2500th hit
Bill Sweeney (Chicago) 350th win
Will Sawyer (NY) 250th win
James Burke (NY) 350th win
John Clarkson (Washington) 250th win
Cy Young (Washington) 200th win

The Slam File
Only 10 hit this season

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May 13th 1896 George Van Haltren (Washington Senators) PH
June 12th 1896 Sam Mertes (Washington Senators)
June 28th 1896 Zeke Wrigley (Louisville Colonels) 
July 10th 1896 Chris Genegal (Cincinnati Reds)
July 14th 1896 Henry Larkin (Columbus Solons) PH
August 18th 1896 Bill Lange (Louisville Colonels)
August 25th 1896 Bill Dahlen (Brooklyn Bridegrooms)
August 26th 1896 Malachi Kittridge (Washington Senators)
October 7th 1896 Willie Keeler (Pittsburgh Pirates)
October 16th 1896 Tom Daly (Brooklyn Bridegrooms)
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1897 By The Numbers

The Washington Senators have won the World Series in three different cities.

New Records
Willie Keeler (Pittsburgh) 209 Singles

Accomplishments
Sam Thompson (Baltimore) and Mike Tiernan (Washington) 2000th hit, along with 5 others hitters.
Charlie Ferguson (St Louis) 300th win
Tom Lee (Brooklyn), Charlie Geggus (Boston), Dick Burns (Louisville), and Jim Handiboe (Boston) 250th win
James Burke (New York) 3000th strike out

The Slam File
20 hit during the season

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May 4th 1897 John Anderson (St Louis Browns)
May 8th 1897 Bobby Lowe (Pittsburgh Pirates)
May 21st 1897 Joe Kelley (Chicago Colts)
May 23rd 1897 Jimmy Collins (Pittsburgh Pirates)
May 27th 1897 Bobby Lowe (Pittsburgh Pirates)
May 29th 1897 Billy Lush (New York Giants)
June 9th 1897 Doggie Miller (Boston Beaneaters)
June 9th 1897 Bill Joyce (Philadelphia Phillies)
June 24th 1897 Jimmy Williams (Cincinnati Reds)
June 25th 1897 John Hess (Cleveland Spiders)
July 24th 1897 George Yeager (Philadelphia Phillies)
July 24th 1897 Herm McFarland (Boston Beaneaters)
July 31st 1897 Edward Breckenridge (New York Giants)
July 31st 1897 Jimmy Collins (Pittsburgh Pirates)
August 27th 1897 Tommy Tucker (Washington Senators)
September 25th 1897 Billy Hamilton (Columbus Solons)
September 26th 1897 Sam Thompson (Baltimore Orioles)
September 30th 1897 Edward Breckenridge (New York Giants)
October 8th 1897 Jimmy Ryan (Boston Beaneaters)
October 12th 1897 Jack Boyle (St Louis Browns)
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1898 By The Numbers

New Records
Jessie Burkett (Columbus) 212 singles
Jack Doyle (Cleveland) 7 hits in one game.

Accomplishments
Elmer Flick (Chicago) hits for the cycle
George Van Haltren (Washington) 2000th hit
Ed Delatanty (Washington) 1000th RBI.
John Clarkson (Washington) and Charlie Geggus (Boston) 300th win.

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April 15th 1898 Heinie Peitz (Louisville Colonels)
May 6th 1898 Jack O'Brien (Pittsburgh Pirates)
May 10th 1898 Jack Warner (Pittsburgh Pirates)
May 18th 1898 Jack Crooks (Baltimore Orioles) Walk Off
May 18th 1898 Edward Jackson (Boston Beaneaters)
May 23rd 1898 Harry Davis (Columbus Solons) Walk Off
May 23rd 1898 Chris Genegal (Cincinnati Reds)
May 31st 1898 Al Myers (Brooklyn Bridegrooms)
June 2nd 1898 Eddie Miles (New York Giants)
June 6th 1898 Chris Genegal (Cincinnati Reds) Walk Off
June 11th 1898 Deacon McGuire (Cleveland Spiders)
June 18th 1898 Ed McKean (Columbus Solons)
June 25th 1898 Herm McFarland (Boston Beaneaters)
June 25th 1898 Cy Seymour (Columbus Solons)
July 4th 1898 Bobby Wallace (Boston Beaneaters)
July 5th 1898 Jimmy Williams (Cincinnati Reds)
July 26th 1898 Bill Joyce (Philadelphia Phillies)
August 1st 1898 Jimmy Collins (Pittsburgh Pirates)
August 2nd 1898 Al Myers (Brooklyn Bridegrooms)
August 3rd 1898 Fielder Jones (Philadelphia Phillies)
August 3rd 1898 Hugh Duffy (Baltimore Orioles) 
August 25th 1898 Chris Genegal (Cincinnati Reds)
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1899 By the Numbers

New Records
Ed Delahanty (Washington) .442 BA

Accomplishments
Jessie Burkett (Columbus) 6 hits in one game
Jim Murray (St Louis) hits for the cycle
Jim Handiboe (Boston), Will Sawyer (NY), and Ice Box Chamberlain (Boston) each had their 300th win
Charlie Ferguson (St Louis) 350th win
Bill Sweeney (Chicago) 400th win
Jimmy Ryan (Boston) 2500th hit
Fred Clarke (Cleveland) 33 game hitting streak

The Slam File
There were only 14 hit this season.
Code:
May 15th 1899 John Anderson (St Louis Browns)
May 17th 1899 Freddy Parent (Louisville Colonels)
June 6th 1899 Mike Tiernan (Washington Senators)
June 6th 1899 Chick Stahl (St Louis Perfectos) Walk Off
June 16th 1899 Erve Beck (St Louis Perfectos)
June 21st 1899 Jack O'Brien (Pittsburgh Pirates)
July 4th 1899 Jimmy Ryan (Boston Beaneaters)
July 12th 1899 John Corcoran (Chicago Orphans)
July 19th 1899 Freddy Parent (Louisville Colonels)
July 23rd 1899 Oyster Burns (Pittsburgh Pirates)
August 2nd 1899 Bill Dahlen (Brooklyn Superbas)
October 12th 1899 John Grimm (Milwaukee Brewers)
October 13th 1899 Lou Nordyke (Baltimore Orioles)
October 13th 1899 Honus Wagner (Cleveland Spiders)
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1900 By The Numbers

No new records

Accomplishments
Charlie Hickman (Boston), Edward Jackson (Boston) and Nap Lajoie (Milwaukee) each hit for the cycle
Cy Young (Washington) 300th win
Charlie Geggus (Boston) 350th win
Mike Griffin (Louisville) and Hugh Duffy (Baltimore) 2500th hit

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Only 13 hit this season
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May 5th 1893 Perry Werden (Cleveland Spiders)
May 5th 1893 Joe Sugden (Pittsburgh Pirates) Walk Off
May 23rd 1893 Jack Huston (Boston Beaneaters) PH
May 26th 1893 Jack Stivetts (Boston Beaneaters)
June 1st 1893 Hugh Duffy (Baltimore Orioles)
June 14th 1893 Charles Zimmer (Columbus Solons)
July 12th 1893 Ed Silch (Cleveland Spiders)
July 14th 1893 Mike Griffin (Louisville Colonels)
July 18th 1893 George Davis (Washington Senators)
July 22nd 1893 Chippy McGarr (Washington Senators)
July 24th 1893 Billy Shindle (Pittsbught Pirates)
August 4th 1893 Frank Grant (Baltimore Orioles)
August 11th 1893 John Shearon (St Louis Cardinals)
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