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Old 01-19-2019, 01:35 PM   #81
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1912-1913 Offseason

The off season saw the MLB still struggling to find ways to improve crowd numbers as attendances continued to remain below that of 1909. They were happy with the on field product but could not find a way to get the fans through the door. As part of the ideas to get new fans in the New York Highlanders decided that they would change their name to the New York Yankees. This was approved by the league.

Notable Retirements
1B Frank Chance
1B Harry H Davis
RF Charlie Hemphill
LF Charlie Hickman
Pitcher Earl Moore
Pitcher Roy Patterson
SS Bobby Wallace
C Lew Drill
Pitcher Elmer Stricklett
RF George R Stone
Pitcher Mordecai Brown
2B Ed Abbaticchio
Pitcher Bill Donovan
RF Elmer Flick
Pitcher Harry Howell
3B Harry Steinfeldt

The Hall of Fame committee had another quiet year as the retirement class was again a poor one. The only player that came to the fore was SS Bobby Wallace. Wallace played 18 years in professional baseball and it was enough that his longevity saw him inducted into the hall of fame.

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Off season transactions
New York Giants swap RF Doc Gesslet with Philadelphia Athletics CF Matty McIntyre and 1B Babe Borton.
New York Yankees swap Pitcher Richard Kauffman with Chicago Cubs C John P Henry and Pitcher Chick Harper.
Pittsburgh Pirates swap SS Harry Welchonce and Pitcher Fred Toney with Chicago White Sox Pitcher Bill Hogg.
Boston Red Sox swap LF John Titus and C Les Nunamaker with Brooklyn Dodgers RF Harry Hooper.
New York Yankees swap Pitcher Thomas Doyle and Pitcher Carl Cashion with Chicago White Sox 3B Angel Aragon.
New York Yankees swap Pitcher Hooks Wiltse with Detroit Tigers Pitcher Brad Hogg and SS Ralph Young.
Boston Red Sox swap Pitcher Edward O'Connor, Pitcher Jim Baskette and Pitcher Alva Gipe with St. Louis Cardinals C Rip Williams.
Detroit Tigers swap 1B Fred Luderus and LF Walton Cruise with New York Giants Pitcher George |Daly.
New York Yankees swap Pitcher George Suggs and Pitcher Dave Gregg with Philadelphia Athletics Pitcher King Bader and C Rowdy Elliott.
New York Yankees swap 1B Art Grigg and Pitcher Clint Rogge with St. Louis Cardinals Pitcher Charles Baum.
St. Louis Browns swap 3B Sammy Strang with Philadelphia Athletics CF Pete Hill and RF Larry Chappell.
New York Giants swap Pitcher Babe Adams with Detroit Tigers 2B Del Pratt.

First Year Player Draft (first 3 rounds only)

Round 1
Philadelphia Phillies 1B Harry Heilmann
Cincinnati Reds LF George W Harper (Did not sign)
Boston Red Sox CF O. Swain
Chicago Cubs LF William Rumler
New York Yankees SS Ray Chapman
Detroit Tigers SS Happy Felsch
Chicago White Sox Pitcher Leon Cadore
New York Giants Pitcher Bill L James
Philadelphia Athletics 1B George H Burns
Washington Senators Pitcher Jesse Barnes
Cleveland Naps RF Irish Meusel
Pittsburgh Pirates 3B Eddie Brown
Brooklyn Dodgers Pitcher Ralph Comstock
St. Louis Browns 1B Wally Pipp
Boston Braves Pitcher Guy Morton
St. Louis Cardinals Pitcher Pete Schneider
St. Louis Cardinals LF Elmer Smith

Round 2
Philadelphia Phillies Pitcher George Pierce
Cincinnati Reds Pitcher Carl East
Boston Red Sox Pitcher Art Nehf
Chicago Cubs C Dan Kennard
New York Yankees Pitcher Joe Boehling
Detroit Tigers C Johnny Bassler
Chicago White Sox Pitcher Carl Mays
New York Giants Pitcher Burleigh Grimes
New York Giants Pitcher Dave Davenport
New York Giants Pitcher Allan Sothoron
Philadelphia Athletics 2B Earl L Smith
New York Yankees Pitcher Jim Shaw (Did not sign)
Washington Senators Pitcher Lee Meadows
Cleveland Naps C John W Peters
Pittsburgh Pirates Pitcher Paul Carter
Brooklyn Dodgers Pitcher Rube Bressler
Cincinnati Reds Pitcher Al Mamaux
St. Louis Browns Pitcher Dan Griner
Washington Senators Pitcher Sherry Smith
Boston Braves Pitcher Fred Herbert
St. Louis Cardinals Pitcher Les Stevenson

Round 3
Philadelphia Phillies Pitcher George Johnson
Cincinnati Reds 3B Walter Barbare
Boston Red Sox RF Bill Cramer
Chicago Cubs 3B Mike Menosky
New York Yankees Pitcher Harry Trekell
Detroit Tigers Pitcher Al Huenke
Detroit Tigers SS Bill Wambsganss (Did not sign)
Chicago White Sox Pitcher Jack Bentley
New York Giants Pitcher Bill Cadreau
New York Giants Pitcher Mike Regan
Philadelphia Athletics Pitcher Bunny C Hearn
Washington Senators Pitcher Earl Moseley (Did not sign)
Cleveland Naps C Pete Shields
Pittsburgh Pirates CF Merwin Jacobson
Brooklyn Dodgers Pitcher Elmer Myers
St. Louis Browns SS Tait Clarke (Did not sign)
Boston Braves Pitcher Weldon Wyckoff
St. Louis Cardinals C Jesse Altenburg
St. Louis Cardinals RF Bill Stewart
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1913 Season

The new season started with more worries about attendance figures for the year as the club continued to report sluggish ticket sales. Everything the league has tried just does not seem to be increasing attendances and they remain stubbornly around an average 5,500 for the league. The teams will be hoping an excellent season of play on the field will help to bolster those attendance figures.

The 5th of June was not the most remarkable of days as Noodles Hahn pitched another shut out for the Cincinnati Reds. It was only after the game that he came to realise he had just overtaken the great Cy Young in career shut outs as he picked up number 65 of his career.

Addie Joss of the Chicago Cubs has always been a hard worker and the 7th July was no exception. He managed to pitch another winning performance to take his total to 200 for his career.

Ty Cobb of the Boston Braves cracked the 30 game hit streak on the 30th of July only to see it stopped at that point.

Ed Walsh of the St. Louis Browns has been lighting up the league for a number of years now. The 25th of August saw him continue to do so as he picked up his 200th win of his career.

Jake Daubert was getting the fans on their feet in Washington as he went on a strong hitting streak for the Senators. He made it all the way to 35 games before it was stopped on the 28th of August.

It has not taken long for Ty Cobb of the Boston Braves to show he has the makings of a great. At age 26 he already has 2000 hits as the 5th of September saw him clock up that mark.



In season transactions.

June
Chicago Cubs swap 2B Morrie Rath with St. Louis Browns Pitcher Hank Robinson.
Detroit Tigers swap 2B Enos Kirkpatrick and C Claude Robertson with Washington Senators Pitcher Curly Brown and CF Everitt Booe.
July
New York Giants swap Pitcher Tom J Hughes, SS Ollie O'Mara and Pitcher Elmer Criger with New York Yankees RF Joe F Connolly.
Cincinnati Reds swap CF Ballplayer Dodd and C Harry Lake with St. Louis Cardinals 2B Jimmy Walsh.
New York Yankees swap 2B Bill Sweeney with Washington Senators CF James Murray, Pitcher Sherry Smith and CF William Irving.
Philadelphia Athletics swap Pitcher Libe Washburn and SS Leo Callahan with Pittsburgh Pirates CF Buck Thrasher and 2B Ballplayer Moore.
Philadelphia Athletics swap Pitcher Rube Kisinger with Philadelphia Phillies Pitcher Ellis Johnson.
Detroit Tigers swap 3B Ivy Olson, SS Bill Stumpf and CF George Anderson with Philadelphia Phillies Pitcher Hippo Vaughn.

Early in the season it seemed as if the Championship Series was heading for another St. Louis lock out but in the end 2 exciting pennant races gave both leagues a new winner for this year. The National League was the one that went closest to the wire as the Boston Braves and Brooklyn Dodgers slugged it out for supremacy. In the end the Ty Cobb led Braves just had enough to beat the Dodgers by 1 game. In the American League the St. Louis Browns were leading the pennant chase from as early as mid May. At times they stretched their lead to 6 or 7 games but the Cleveland Naps hung in there. The Naps then put in a wonderful effort in the late September period to go on a run of 10 straight wins to take the NL pennant. They beat the St. Louis Browns by 3 games who faltered at the very end.

The pitching was a celebration of skills all year. In the American League Ed Walsh of the St. Louis Browns confirmed himself as the premier hurler. He took home the triple crown as he picked up the lowest ERA on 1.96. He had 26 wins and claimed 212 strikeouts over the season. In the national League Walter Johnson of the St. Louis Cardinals was top man again. He had a league leading ERA of 1.56. He also picked up 29 wins over the season. He just missed out on the triple crown as Smokey Joe Wood of the New York Giants pipped him to the strikeout crown with 259 victims.

Batting crown in the American League went to Heinie Zimmerman. He had a batting average of .384 over the season as he helped propel the Cleveland naps to the title. O. Swain of the Boston Red Sox had all the power any player could want over the season as he launched a MLB high 25 balls over the fence to take home the home run crown. He just missed out on the all time record by 2. Heinie Zimmerman was the top RBI getter in the American League with 99. In the National League it was all about star Braves batter Ty Cobb. Cobb was on fire all year to bring home another batting crown with a .396 average. Beals Becker of the new York Giants won the NL home run chase with 12 long balls. Gus Williams of the Philadelphia Phillies took the RBI title with 94.
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Game 1 saw the Cleveland Naps start the Championship Series on top as they beat the Boston Braves 3-1 in Boston. Lew Moran was solid on the mound giving up 8 hits and 1 run in his 9 innings.

The Cleveland Naps grew stronger in game 2 of the series as they shut out the Boston Braves in a 4-0 win. Joe Lake had only 2 hits in his 9 inning shut out to take the win.

The series continued to slip away from the Boston Braves as they went down 7-2 in Cleveland. The Naps were on top form as they had a home run from star batter Frank Baker as well as a strong 9 innings from Irv Higginbotham. Billy Allen of the Boston Braves got a home run in the game as well.

The Boston Braves finally got themselves into the series as game 4 saw them win 7-4. Ty Cobb was the star of the show as he had a 4-4 day with 2 runs and 2 RBI's. Les Mann of the Cleveland Naps hit one over the fence to try and help his team.

The Cleveland Naps were not going to let the title go as they made sure of the Championship in game 5 of the series. They won the game 7-5 with strong batting from Frank Baker. Amos Strunk of the Braves was player of the game with a 3-4 day along with a run and an RBI.

Ty Cobb was player of the series as he tried in vain to help his Boston Braves side turn the series in their favour. He finished with a record of 9-16 with 4 runs and 3 RBI's.
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1913-1914 Off Season

After several attempts to try and boost crowds over the past few seasons the league decided to take a different approach to the issue this year. The league announced that it would bring in it's first new league since its formation. This league would not be a major league but instead would be a feeder or minor league to the current 2 major leagues. The league was named the Federal league and would begin play in 1914.

This new league would consist of 8 teams in spread over cities in the north west and north of the country. Most of these cities matched with ones that already had a Major team but there were a couple that did not currently have baseball.

On the Major League front there was also 1 minor change. This was in the form of 1 team name change. The Brooklyn Dodgers decided to go for another name change and would now be called the Brooklyn Robins.

Notable Retirements

LF Fred Clarke
3B Wid Conroy
C Bill Maloney
RF Danny Murphy
3B Sammy Strang
Pitcher George Winter
Pitcher Doc Adkins
Pitcher Otto Hess
RF Homer Smoot
Pitcher Rube Vickers
Pitcher Rip Ragan
C Admiral Schlei
2B Jimmy T Williams

The hall of fame committee had a very difficult time of it this year as the retirement class of 1913 was lacking any quality. In the end they had to decide not to induct anyone into the hall of fame from the 1913 class.

Off Season transactions
Detroit Tigers swap Pitcher Babe Adams with Cleveland Naps RF Dave Robertson, RF Les Mann and Pitcher Harry M Smith.
Philadelphia Athletics swap C Gus Fisher with New York Giants 3B Eddie Foster.
Philadelphia Phillies swap Pitcher Jimmy Foulks with Philadelphia Athletics 3B Eddie Grant.
New York Yankees swap LF Dodo Paskert with Cincinnati Reds RF Bill Hinchman.
Brooklyn Robins purchased the contract of Pitcher Jose Acosta from the St. Louis Terriers.
Brooklyn Robins swap SS Heinie Wagner and 2B Ed Fitzpatrick with Chicago White Sox Pitcher Al Demaree.
Philadelphia Athletics swap LF Bert Daniels with New York Yankees 3B Angel Aragon and CF James Murray.
Washington Senators swap 2B Frank LaPorte and Pitcher Lee Meadows with Cincinnati Reds SS Donie Bush.
Philadelphia Athletics purchased contract of Pitcher Chuck Tompkins from Chicago Whales.
New York Yankees purchased contract of Pitcher Harold Justin from the Kansas City Packers.
Detroit Tigers swap LF Bob Bescher with St. Louis Cardinals C Ernie Krueger and LF Jimmy Lyons.
New York Yankees Purchased contract of Pitcher Al Gould from the Brooklyn Tip-Tops.

First Year Player Draft (first 3 rounds)

Round 1
Boston Red Sox CF George W Harper
Philadelphia Athletics LF Bing Miller
Cincinnati Reds CF Cliff W Lee
New York Giants 2B Ross Youngs
Pittsburgh Pirates 1B High Pockets Kelly
Chicago Cubs 1B Joe Judge
Detroit Tigers Pitcher Stan Dougan
New York Yankees Pitcher Hod Eller
Philadelphia Phillies Pitcher Wilbur Cooper
Chicago White Sox 1B Jack Tobin (Did not sign)
Cincinnati Reds CF Harry Harper
Washington Senators Pitcher Babe Ruth
St. Louis Cardinals CF Dutch Wetzel
Brooklyn Robins Pitcher Ben Tincup
Boston Braves C Patsy Gharrity
St. Louis Browns C Alex Gaston
Cleveland Naps SS Tait Clarke

Round 2
Boston Red Sox Pitcher Zeke Lohman
Philadelphia Athletics Pitcher Frank Brower
New York Giants Pitcher Jasper Efird
Pittsburgh Pirates Pitcher Fritz Coumbe
Chicago Cubs SS Pete Kilduff
Detroit Tigers CF Dave Hillyard
New York Yankees Pitcher Earl Moseley
Philadelphia Phillies Pitcher Henry Peterson
Chicago White Sox Pitcher Tom Rogers
Cincinnati Reds RF Greasy Neale
Washington Senators Pitcher Howard Ehmke
St. Louis Cardinals Pitcher Red Causey
New York Yankees Pitcher George Cunningham
Brooklyn Robins Pitcher Alois Kirmayer
Boston Braves Pitcher Frank McHenry
St. Louis Browns Pitcher Red Hoff
Cleveland Naps 1B Norm Glockson

Round 3
Boston Red Sox SS Fred McMullin
Philadelphia Athletics LF Shags Horan
New York Giants C Robert Marshall
Pittsburgh Pirates 3B Ike Caveney
Chicago Cubs RF Frank Gilhooley
Detroit Tigers C Wilson White
New York Yankees C Cy Perkins
Detroit Tigers 2B Zeb Terry
Philadelphia Phillies Pitcher Dick Crutcher
Chicago White Sox LF Bill Bankston
Cincinnati Reds LF Blainey Hall
Washington Senators Pitcher Erv Lange
Washington Senators Pitcher Bob Wright
St. Louis Cardinals 3B Wilson Walters
Brooklyn Robins SS Sidney Miller
Boston Braves Pitcher Wiley Marshall
St. Louis Browns 3B Fred H Thomas
St. Louis Browns LF Frank Warfield
Cleveland Naps 3B Johnny Butler
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1914 Season

As the new season came round the commissioners office was fearing the worst as news came in that ticket sales in the major leagues was down by half as the new minor league teams took spectators away from the major league teams. This new minor league project was not looking good for any of the major league teams but the experiment had to go forward even just for a season as contract had been signed and it would cost more to wind the league up than finish out the season.

The accomplishments got going early this year as Tommy Leach of the Pittsburgh Pirates reach the mark of 2000 hits in his career on the 17th of April.

The 22nd of May was a career day for Willie Mitchell as he pitched a masterpiece of 11 innings. He went the full game without a hit to record the first no hitter of his career. He finished with 2 walks that stopped it being a perfect game.

It doesn't matter at what level of professional baseball you play a no hitter is a rare occurrence. For Williams Snow of the Baltimore Terrapins that rare day came on the 23rd of May as he saw a 13-0 win with only 1 error marring a perfect day.

Honus Wagner of the Pittsburgh Pirates just keeps on going. In his 18th season the 40 year old has picked up hit number 3000 of his career.

Bob Groom of the Detroit Tigers is not the pitcher you would expect to dominate but the 20th of June was his day. He pitched a wonderful no hitter that saw only 2 walks given in a 2-0 win.

Sam Crawford of the Cincinnati Reds is still going strong at 34. He picked up hit number 2500 of his career on the 2nd of July.

People in New York and Cincinnati will always be asking where were you on the 30th of July 1914. This is because that was the day pitcher Si Jensen of the Cincinnati Reds had his moment in the sun. He saw 27 batters come and 27 batters go as he spun the game every pitcher is striving for.
He will always be remembered as the first to record a perfect game in the MLB no matter what else he does in his career.

Charles Bender of the Boston Braves picked up win number 250 of his career on the 6th of August.

Joe Boehling of the New York Yankees put together a strong outing on the 3rd of September. He went through 9 innings with only 1 walk and 1 error in a no hitter.

Pitcher red Ames has put together a strong career and the Pittsburgh Pirates were glad of his 200th win on the 5th of September.

In Season Transactions
March
Philadelphia Athletics swap CF Hugh High, LF Earl L Smith and CF Buck Thrasher with New York Giants Pitcher Bill Cadreau.
Chicago White Sox purchased the contract of Pitcher Deacon Jones from the Baltimore Terrapins.
April
Chicago White Sox purchased the contract of Pitcher Cal Crum from the Baltimore Terrapins
St. Louis Browns purchased the contract of Pitcher Doc Shanley of the Pittsburgh Rebels
May
Boston Red Sox Purchased contract of Pitcher Bill Meehan from the St. Louis Terriers
Philadelphia Athletics Purchased contract of Pitcher Henry Keupper from the St. Louis Terriers
Boston Braves Purchased the contract of Pitcher Allan Collamore from the Indianapolis Hoosiers
New York Giants Purchased the contract of Pitcher Gus Griesel from the Kansas City Packers
Detroit Tigers Purchased the contract of Jose Acosta from the Brooklyn Tip-Tops (he was released by the Brooklyn Robins on the 14th April).
June
Brooklyn Robins Purchased the contract of Pitcher Gene Krapp from the Buffalo Blues
Pittsburgh Pirates Purchased the contract of Pitcher Brad Hogg from the Brooklyn Tip-Tops
St. Louis Browns Purchased the contract of Pitcher William Ellis from the St. Louis Terriers
July
Chicago White Sox swap Pitcher Ralph Caldwell and Pitcher Leon Cadore with Cincinnati Reds 1B Chick Gandil.
Cincinnati Reds Purchased the contract of Pitcher Chippy Gaw from the Brooklyn Tip-Tops
New York Giants Purchased the contract of Pitcher William Snow from the Baltimore Terrapins
Washington Senators swap SS Al Bridwell and C Eddie Ainsmith with Chicago White Sox LF Jay Kirke.
St. Louis Browns swap Pitcher Bob Rhoads with Cincinnati Reds C Harry Smith
Philadelphia Athletics swap 2B Nap Lajoie and CF James Murray with Chicago White Sox Pitcher Red Faber.
St. Louis Browns swap RF Frank Schulte and 3B Fred Brainard with Cleveland Naps LF Howie Shanks.
New York Yankees swap C Roger Bresnahan with New York Giants CF Doug Baird
August
Pittsburgh Pirates Purchased the contract of Pitcher Rube Schauer from the Brooklyn Tip-Tops
September
Cincinnati Reds Purchased the contract of CF Ballplayer O'Keefe from the St. Louis Terriers
Detroit Tigers Purchased the contract of Pitcher George Payne from the Chicago Whales.
October
Philadelphia Phillies Purchased the contract of Pitcher Louis Myers from the Buffalo Blues.

MLB

The year was one to remember for many things on the field of play. This included the first perfect game in MLB history. In the American League the Cleveland Naps retained their AL pennant as they took the title by 8 games from the Washington Senators. This was helped by a late September run that saw them take 10 games on the trot. In the National League the Boston Braves repeated their 1913 heroics by again taking the NL pennant. They were in a tough battle with the Cincinnati Reds for that pennant but they finally came out on top by 4 games.

Heinie Zimmerman of the Cleveland Naps was top batter in the American League his .366 average saw him take the batting crown. O.Swain of the Boston Red Sox continued to blaze away at the home runs as this season saw him pick up 20 for the season. Casey Stengel of the Detroit Tigers had the top AL RBI title on 100. Eddie Collins Sr. of the St. Louis Cardinals was the top batter in the National League. He had an average of .361 over the season. Beals Becker of the New York Giants had the top home run record in the National League on 12. Shoeless Joe Jackson of the St. Louis Cardinals had the most RBI's with 103.

Willie Mitchell of the Washington Senators had the best ERA in the AL with a mark of 1.76. He also had the most wins on 25 which he shared with Lew Moren of the Cleveland Naps. Mitchell made it the triple crown as he picked up the most strikeouts on 238. Smokey Joe Wood of the New York Giants had the leagues best ERA as he went with a mark of 1.20. Charles Bender of the Boston Braves and Walter Johnson of the St. Louis Cardinals shared the win record for the year on 25. Walter Johnson also led the strikeout totals in the NL with 269.

Bill Hogg had an excellent season as the Pittsburgh Pirates Closer. He picked up 20 saves on his way to a new season record for the MLB.
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The Boston Braves started the championship series in strong fashion as they won the first game 7-5 in Cleveland. Cleveland Tommy Griffith had a strong game in the loss as he went 3-4 with 1 run and 3 RBI's. Jack Fournier picked up a home run for Cleveland.

The Cleveland Naps managed to bring the series back to even after winning a close one 5-4 in game 2. Jack Fournier had a solid game with the bat as he went 3-3 with 2 runs and an RBI.

The Series moved across to Boston for game 3 and the Braves used full advantage of their home stadium. They won the game 8-1. Reb Russell got the win from 7.1 strong innings of 6 hits and 1 run. Birdie Cree picked up a home run for the Braves.

Game 4 saw the Boston Braves move 1 game away from their second Championship Series. They won a close game 2-1. Charles Bender picked up his second win of the series with a 9 inning, 6 hit, 1 run outing.

The Boston Braves closed out the series to gain revenge for the previous years loss as they won game 5 9-0. Joe Benz picked up the shut out with only 4 hits against him. The fans of Boston really went to town after the game to celebrate their teams second championship.

Player of the series went to Ty Cobb of the Boston Braves with his 8-18 record. He also had 3 runs and 8 RBI's.
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The Federal League was a tight contest with the Buffalo Blues and Kansas City Packers in a head to head battle for the title all year. In the end the Buffalo Blues won the title by 4 games and moved into the play offs to face the wild card Kansas City Packers.

In the Play Offs the Kansas City Packers proved to be the stronger of the 2 teams as they won the series 4-2. Vern Duncan of the Packers was the player of the series.

Ted Kaylor of the Pittsburgh Rebels was the batting champion with an average of .344. Ballplayer Harm of the Indianapolis Hoosiers picked up 17 home runs. Frank Nesser had 78 RBI's. Red Oldham Of the Indianapolis Hoosiers had the best ERA on 2.03. Ed Kelly of the Pittsburgh Rebels had 23 wins to be the best. Bates Archer of the St. Louis Terriers picked up the most strikeouts on 186.
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1914-1915 Off Season

After a year of extremely poor crowds the MLB was left wondering if the introduction of the federal league was such a good idea. They decided to give the new minor league a second season but if the MLB crowds did not improve they would then close the minor league down and go back to concentrating on the big league only. The Cleveland Naps decided that they would try a different name for the following season and the league agreed to their choice of the Cleveland Indians.

Notable Retirements
Pitcher Noodles Hahn
SS Jimmy Sheckard
C Bill Bradley
3B Dave Brain
C Roger Bresnahan
3B Jim Delahanaty
RF Mike Donlin
Pitcher Tom J Hughes
1B Tim Jordan
C Johnny Kling
2B Nap Lajoie
2B Germany Schaefer
Pitcher Doc White
2B Harry Arndt
Pitcher Clarence Currie
C Red Dooin
C Ed Phelps
Pitcher Bob Rhoads
Pitcher Fred Burchell
LF Bob P Hall
Pitcher Hooks Wiltse
Pitcher Jack Pfiester
1B Jake Stahl

Pitcher Noodles Hahn finished his career as the leader in shut outs on 66. Nap Lajoie saw his career finish with him having the best career WAR of any batter at 129.3. While not considered a great, Pitcher Libe Washburn finished his career with the most Saves of any player over their career on 55.

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Off season transactions
October
Washington Senators Purchase the contract of Pitcher Rankin Johnson from the Chicago Whales.
Boston Braves Purchase the contract of Pitcher Ballplayer Keupper from the Brooklyn Tip-Tops.
Cincinnati Reds Purchase contract of Pitcher Spec Harkness from the Kansas City Pickers.
Philadelphia Athletics Purchase contract of Pitcher Karl Black from the Brooklyn Tip-Tops.
Boston Red Sox Purchase contract of Pitcher Charlie Whitehouse from the Kansas City Packers.
Pittsburgh Pirates Purchase contract of Pitcher Ballplayer Willis from the Pittsburgh Rebels.
Philadelphia Phillies purchase contract of Pitcher Ballplayer Sherrin from the Baltimore Terrapins.
St. Louis Cardinals Purchase contract of Pitcher Rip Hagerman from the Brooklyn Tip-Tops.
Boston Braves Purchase contract of Pitcher Ballplayer Meyers from the St. Louis Terriers.
New York Yankees swap Pitcher Fred Brown and CF Doug Baird with Chicago White Sox 2B Bienvenido Jimenez and CF James Murray.
Detroit Tigers swap 3B Mike Mowrey and Pitcher Oscar Tuero with Cincinnati Reds 2B Marty Kavanagh and 3B Bruno Betzel.
Philadelphia Athletics swap C Jack Lapp with New York Giants C John Leary and 2B Jack Hammond.
Cleveland Indians Purchase contract of Pitcher Wiley Marshall from the St. Louis Terriers.
New York Giants swap 1B Ed Lennox and Pitcher Allan Sothoron with New York Yankees RF Bill Hinchman.
November
St. Louis Cardinals Purchase contract of Pitcher James Keelet from the Brooklyn Tip-Tops.
St. Louis Browns swap 2B John Hummel with Pittsburgh Pirates RF Kenzie Kirkham and LF Bud Weiser.
Philadelphia Athletics swap Pitcher Red Faber with Cleveland Indians CF Tim Hendryx and C Mike A Gonzalez.
Philadelphia Athletics swap Pitcher Charlie Chech and LF Shags Horan with Detroit Tigers CF Red Smyth.
St. Louis Browns swap CF Pete Hill with Boston Braves RF Chick Shorten and C Harry Lake.
Pittsburgh Pirates swap SS Jack Ness , C Red McKee and 2B Bill Kindle with Chicago White Sox Pitcher Fred Toney.
Philadelphia Phillies swap 3B Eddie Grant, 3B Charlie Deal and 2B Goldie Rapp with New York Giants LF Beals Becker.
St. Louis Browns swap 3B Hans Lobert with Chicago White Sox Pitcher Tom Rogers and 3B Doug Baird.
St. Louis Browns swap Pitcher Charlie E Smith and LF Kenzie Kirkham with New York Giants 3B Harry Lunte and SS Billy Orr.
Washington Senators purchase contract of Jose Acosta from the Brooklyn Tip-Tops.
Boston Red Sox purchase contract of Pitcher Rex Dawson from the Kansas City Packers.
New York Giants purchase contract of Pitcher Gene Krapp from the Brooklyn Tip-Tops.
January
Philadelphia Phillies Purchased contract of Pitcher Elmer Ponder from the Kansas City Packers.
Pittsburgh Pirates Purchased contract of Pitcher Ernie Alten from the St. Louis Terriers.
Chicago White Sox Purchased contract of Pitcher Blaine Thomas from the Brooklyn Tip-Tops.
Washington Senators Purchased contract of Pitcher Ballplayer Jacobs from the St. Louis Terriers.
St. Louis Browns Purchased contract of Pitcher Bill Hopper from the Kansas City Packers.
Chicago White Sox Purchased contract of Pitcher Ray Kremer from the Pittsburgh Rebels.
St. Louis Cardinals swap Pitcher Carl Lundgren and RF Elmer Smith with Cincinnati Reds LF Duffy Lewis.
St. Louis Cardinals swap Pitcher Ed Hughes and CF Dutch Wetzel with Chicago Cubs 3B Ossie Vitt.
February
Cincinnati Reds Purchased contract of Pitcher Frank Allen from the Brooklyn Tip-Tops.
Boston Braves Purchased contract of Pitcher Carroll Barton from the Kansas City Packers.
Detroit Tigers Purchased contract of Pitcher Nick Maddox from the Brooklyn Tip-Tops.
Chicago Cubs swap RF Tillie Walker and RF Frank Gilhooley with Brooklyn Robins Pitcher Slim Sallee and Pitcher Elmer Myers.
Philadelphia Phillies swap Pitcher Nap Rucker and cash with New York Yankees 2B Duke Kenworthy.
New York Yankees swap Pitcher Lew Richie with Cincinnati Reds 3B Walter Barbare and 2B Carl Sawyer.
Philadelphia Phillies swap Pitcher Bill Lattimore with St. Louis Cardinals SS Doc Lavan and SS Henry Smoyer.
March
Philadelphia Phillies swap Pitcher Rube Kisinger with Washington Senators 3B Roy Corgan.
Detroit Tigers swap RF Steve Evans with St. Louis Browns CF Jacinto Calvo, LF Howie Shanks and Pitcher Willie Adams.
St. Louis Browns swap LF Bob Bescher with Pittsburgh Pirates CF George Maisel.
Philadelphia Athletics swap 1B Dick Hpblitzell with Boston Red Sox Pitcher Zeke Lohman.

First Year Player Draft (first 3 rounds)

Round 1
New York Yankees LF Ben Paschal
Philadelphia Athletics SS Charlie Hollocher
New York Giants SS Rogers Hornsby
Chicago Cubs 1B George Sisler
St. Louis Browns LF Ken Williams
Philadelphia Phillies CF Oscar Charleston
Boston Red Sox CF Austin McHenry
Detroit Tigers CF Jack Smith
St. Louis Cardinals CF Cristobal Torriente
Brooklyn Robins RF Pat Duncan
Chicago White Sox Pitcher Dickey Kerr
Pittsburgh Pirates 3B Tony Boeckel
Cincinnati Reds 3B Clyde Barnhart
Chicago White Sox C Bob O'Farrell
Boston Braves Pitcher Harry Eccles
Washington Senators 1B Jack Tobin
Cleveland Indians C Muddy Ruel

Round 2
New York Yankees CF Hack Miller
Philadelphia Athletics LF Charlie Blackwell
New York Giants Pitcher Johnny Morrison
Chicago Cubs 2B Aaron Ward (Did not sign)
St. Louis Browns CF Bill Lamar
Philadelphia Phillies Pitcher Jakie May
Boston Red Sox 3B Frank Emmer (Did not sign)
Detroit Tigers Pitcher Dana Fillingim
St. Louis Cardinals Pitcher Bill Sherdel
Brooklyn Robins Pitcher Lefty Williams
Pittsburgh Pirates RF Bernado Baro
Cincinnati Reds 1B Fred Lear (Did not sign)
Chicago White Sox SS Art Koehler
Boston Braves Pitcher Scott Perry
Washington Senators Pitcher Jack Nabors
Cleveland Indians SS John Honig

Round 3
New York Yankees 1B Babe Ellison
Philadelphia Athletics RF John L Sullivan
New York Giants Pitcher Vic Aldridge
Chicago Cubs Pitcher Hal Carlson
St. Louis Browns Pitcher Dan Tipple (Did not sign)
Philadelphia Phillies Pitcher Ed Appleton
Boston Red Sox Pitcher Virgil Barnes
Detroit Tigers 2B Chick Fewster (Did not sign)
St. Louis Cardinals CF Alfred Ellis
Brooklyn Robins 3B Joe Evans
Pittsburgh Pirates C Fred Hofmann (Did not sign)
Cincinnati Reds Pitcher Ernie Koob
Chicago White Sox Pitcher Richard Goodbred
Boston Braves SS Red Shannon
Washington Senators Pitcher Rollie Naylor
Cleveland Indians 3B Sam Bohne
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