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Old 10-22-2018, 10:50 PM   #61
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1907 By The Numbers

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No new records

Accomplishments
Rube Waddell (Brooklyn) strikes out 15
Jesse Tannehill (Brooklyn) pitched the season's only No Hitter and 250th win
Bill Sweeney (Cleveland) 34 game hitting streak
Cy Young (Washington) 2500th strike out
Bill Lange (Philadelphia) 2500th hit
6 players earned their 2000th hit

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5 hit this year

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April 26th 1907 Jack Spratt (Chicago Cubs)
April 28th 1907 Fred Wills (Chicago Cubs)
April 30th 1907 Ernest Bradley (Philadelphia Phillies)
June 28th 1907 Mike Donlin (Boston Americans) Walk Off
September 10th 1907 John Morrisey (St Louis Cardinals)
September 17th 1907 John Hummel (Cincinnati Reds)
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Old 10-28-2018, 11:14 PM   #62
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Senators No Hit by Overall

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Old 10-29-2018, 06:38 PM   #63
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1908 By The Numbers

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Hits Allowed/9 IP: 5.66 Rube Waddell (Brooklyn)
Opponents AVG: .178 Rube Waddell (Brooklyn)
Opponents SLG: .222 Rube Waddell (Brooklyn)

Achievements
2 No Hitters: Orval Overall (Chicago) and Tom Hughes (New York)
Pitching Triple Crown: Rube Waddell (Brooklyn) (27-14, 2.14, 264 K)
Cy Young (Washington) 500th win

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8 this year

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June 4th 1908 Bert Niehoff (Philadelphia Phillies)
June 20th 1908 Honus Wagner (Cleveland Naps)
July 12th 1908 Beals Becker (Brooklyn Superbas)
July 22nd 1908 John Knight (Brooklyn Superbas)
July 24th 1908 John Hummell (Cincinnati Reds)
July 25th 1908 Charlie Hickman (Boston Doves)
August 1st 1908 Harry Hooper (Chicago White Sox)
August 20th 1908 Hank Gowdy (Brooklyn Superbas)
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Old 11-14-2018, 09:32 PM   #64
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Ed Walsh fires the first No Hitter of the 1909 Season

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Old 11-15-2018, 10:47 PM   #65
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Bert Maxwell No Hits Giants
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Old 11-18-2018, 08:45 PM   #66
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1909 By The Numbers

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Games: 154: Tony Smith (Boston Red Sox)
Hits Allowed/ 9 innings: 5.51 Doc Adkins (St Louis Cardinals)
Opponents AVG: 0.177 Doc Adkins (St Louis Cardinals)
Opponents OPS: 0 441 Doc Adkins (St Louis Cardinals)

Accomplishments
John Knight (Brooklyn) hit for the cycle
Ed Walsh (Boston Doves) and Bert Maxwell (Philadelphia Phillies) both toss no hitters
Walter Johnson (Washington Senators) Pitching Triple Crown
George Van Haltren (Washington Senators) 3500th hit
Jack Powell (Cleveland Naps) and Christy Mathewson (Washington Senators) 250th win
Rube Waddell (Brooklyn Superbas) 2500th strike out

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April 20th 1909 John Knight (Brooklyn Superbas)
April 28th 1909 Ed Konetchy (St Louis Browns)
May 7th 1909 Fred Beck (New York Highlanders)
June 11th 1909 Heinie Zimmerman (Boston Red Sox) Walk off
June 27th 1909 A Spanton (Cleveland Naps)
July 23rd 1909 Jack Berry (Pittsburgh Pirates)
July 30th 1909 Art Fletcher (New York Highlanders)
August 17th 1909 Dixie Walker (Boston Doves) Pitcher
August 23rd 1909 John Hummel (Cincinnati Reds) 
August 24th 1909 James Johnson (Cleveland Naps)
August 25th 1909 Tim Jordon (Pittsburgh Pirates)
October 4th 1909 Joe Birmingham (Boston Red Sox)
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Old 11-19-2018, 01:54 PM   #67
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Charles "Chief" Bender pitches the league's 3rd Perfect Game

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Old 11-21-2018, 09:24 PM   #68
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Reds' Scott fires No Hitter
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Old 12-03-2018, 08:11 PM   #69
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1910 By The Numbers

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Caught Stealing: Eddie Collins (Washington) 64
Saves: Ed Kusel (Cincinnati) 13

Accomplishments
Simon Nicholls (Philadelphia) 6 hits in one game
Bob Edmondson (Boston) Hit for the cycle
Charles Bender (New York) and Jim Scott (Cincinnati) toss no hitters
Fred Clarke (Cleveland) and Bill Lange (Philadelphia) 3000th hit
Nap Lajoie (Detroit) 31 game hitting streak

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May 13th 1910 Ed Konetchy (St Louis Browns)
July 15th 1910 Smoky Joe Wood (Detroit Tigers) P
July 18th 1910 Morrie Rath (Cincinnati Reds)
July 29th 1910 Davy Jones (Washington Senators)
August 10th 1910 Jim Delahanty (St Louis Cardinals)
August 24th 1910 Ed Karger (Philadelphia Phillies) P
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Old 12-11-2018, 06:24 PM   #70
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1911 By The Numbers

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Accomplishments
Ben Taylor (New York Highlanders) had 6 hits in one game
Shoeless Joe Jackson (Pittsburgh Pirates) hit for the cycle
No pitcher had a NO HITTER
15 pitchers won at least 20 games
Walter Johnson (Washington Senators) won his second Triple Crown
Vin Campbell (Washington Senators) hit in 27 straight games
Rube Waddel (Brooklyn Dodgers) and Christy Mathewson (Washington Senators) each win their 300th game

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14 this year

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May 3rd 1911 Shano Collins (Pittsburgh Pirates)
May 6th 1911 Clyde Engle (New York Highlanders)
May 11th 1911 Ham Hyatt (Boston Rustlers)
May 18th 1911 Shano Collins (Pittsburgh Pirates)
May 18th 1911 Larry Doyle (New York Highlanders)
June 7th 1911 Tom Daley (Brooklyn Dodgers) PH
July 8th 1911 Monty Pfyl (Boston Rustlers)
July 22nd 1911 Ballplayer McDowell (New York Highlanders)
August 12th 1911 Hugh Leach (Detroit Tigers)
August 12th 1911 Doc Johnston (Chicago White Sox)
August 18th 1911 Ballplayer Ball (Brooklyn Dodgers)
September 9th 1911 Harry Lord (Brooklyn Dodgers)
September 28th 1911 Monty Pfyl (Boston Rustlers)
September 30th 1911 Joe F Connolly (Philadelphia Athletics)
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Cleveland Naps No Hit Browns Behind Lew Ritchie

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Old 01-07-2019, 01:51 PM   #72
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1912 By The Numbers

Records
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Accomplishments
Tillie Shafer (New York Highlanders) 6 hits in one game
Walter Johnson (Washington Senators) fans 15 Athletics
Lew Ritchie (Cleveland Naps) pitches the only No Hitter
17 pitchers won at least 20 games
Dick Hoblitzel (Washington Senators) and Eddie Collins (Washington Senators) both had 30 game hitting streaks
Nap Lajoie (Detroit Tigers) 3000th hit
Sam Crawford (Cleveland Naps) 2500th hit

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15 hit this year
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May 3rd 1912 George Hunter (Philadelphia Phillies) P
May 10th 1912 Hank Severid (New York Highlanders)
May 27th 1912 Sam Crawford (Cleveland Naps) 
May 29th 1912 Jules Thomas (Boston Red Sox)
June 14th 1912 Vin Campbell (Washington Senators)
June 18th 1912 Jimmy Walsh (Detroit Tigers) Walk off PH
June 19th 1912 Charlie Hickman (Detroit Tigers) Walk off
June 28th 1912 Billy Southworth (Pittsburgh Pirates)
June 29th 1912 Wally Schang (Chicago Cubs) Walk off
July 13th 1912 Bunny Brief (Philadelphia Athletics)
July 22nd 1912 Edd Roush (Cleveland Naps)
August 2nd 1912 Casey Stengel (Brooklyn Dodgers)
September 2nd 1912 Tommy Leach (St Louis Cardinals)
September 22nd 1912 Gavvy Cravath (St Louis Browns)
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Lefty Tyler No Hits Pirates
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1913 By The Numbers

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Accomplishments
Jimmy Austin (Cleveland Naps) hits for the cycle
Lefty Tyler (New York Giants) pitches the only No Hitter
16 pitchers won 20 or more games
The longest hitting streak was 24 games
Honus Wagner (Cleveland Naps) 3000th hit
Bobby Wallace (Boston Braves) 2500th hit

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Only five were hit.
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May 31st 1913 Joe Tinker (New York Giants)
June 10th 1913 Jim Viox (Washington Senators) 
August 8th 1913 Chick Gandil (Detroit Tigers)
August 26th 1913 Duffy Lewis (Cincinnati Reds)
August 27th 1913 Bobby Veach (Brooklyn Superbas)
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1914 By The Numbers

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Dick Hoblitzell (Washington Senators): 154 Games
Ryan Armata (Boston Red Sox): 18 saves
Rube Waddell (Brooklyn Robins) 9 Pitcher of the Year Awards

Accomplishments
11 pitchers won 20 or more games
Dave Robertson (Philadelphia Phillies) 23 game hitting streak
Bobby Veach (Brooklyn Robins) 20 game hitting streak
There were no No Hitters
Christy Mathewson (Washington Senators) 350th win
Walter Johnson (Washington Senators) won his 5th Pitcher of the Year Award and his 3rd Most Valuable Player Award
Shoeless Joe Jackson won his 4th Most Valuable Player Award (4th straight too)

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12 hit this year

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May 7th 1914 Sherry Magee (St Louis Cardinals)
May 21st 1914 Les Channell (Brooklyn Robins)
June 5th 1914 Louis Santop (Cincinnati Red)
June 6th 1914 Jake Daubert (Pittsburgh Pirates)
June 8th 1914 Billy Harms (New York Yankees)
June 13th 1914 Cy Swain (Detroit Tigers)
July 21st 1914 Pete Hill (New York Yankees)
August 5th 1914 Zack Wheat (Detroit Tigers)
August 8th 1914 Eddie Collins (Washingotn Senators)
September 12th 1914 Joe Harris (Chicago White Sox) Walk off
September 30th 1914 Tilie Shafer (New York Giants)
October 5th 1914 Billy Southworth (Pittsburgh Pirates)
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All The No Hitters from each and every league, except for the Federal League.

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American Association


Eastern League


Pacific Coast League


Southern Association


Western League


New England League
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Western Canada League


Central Association


Western Association


Wisconsin State League
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Bill James (St Louis Browns) hurls a No Hitter against the Yankees.
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Jim Shaw (Chicago White Sox) No Hits Philadelphia
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