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Old 02-03-2019, 09:45 PM   #501
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May 1st 1916 Update
Babe Ruth (1-3, 3.00) makes his debut with the Boston Braves and wins 3-2. Reb Russell is leading the Robins with his 4-0, 0.25 record.

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Record 10-7: 3rd Place .5 GB
Lack of offense and good pitching are cancelling each other out.
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Old 02-04-2019, 11:08 PM   #503
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June 1st 1916 Update
There is a hot race heating up in the American League with Chicago, New York, and Washington battling it out to see who will advance to this year's World Series. Senator's
Harry Harper set a record for the most scoreless innings pitched with 44. Lefty Tyler of the New York Giants was the current holder with 36 scoreless innings. Babe Ruth
(Boston Braves .272) leads all batters with 4 home runs.

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Record 27-17: 2nd Place 1 GB
Harry Harper was 5-1 in May while George Sisler was once again named Rookie of the Month.


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William Thompson (Sacramento Sacts) in the Pacific Coast League has hit an astounding 11 home runs so far this season. Patrick Bohannon (Green Bay Green Babies) pitched 33 scoreless innings in a row.
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Old 02-05-2019, 08:40 PM   #504
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July 1st 1916 Update
The White Sox went south with misfortune against the St Louis Browns. Before the Browns came to town, Chicago was riding a 6 game losing streak. St Louis has stayed
in the hunt and trail the Senators by 2 games. Over in the National League, the Robins are enjoying a 4 game lead over the Cubs.

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Record 45-26: 1st place
A combination of a 18-9 month of June and a St Louis team that beat up on the White Sox have landed us in First Place. George Sisler was once again named Rookie of the Month.

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Gene Krapp (Gettysburg Ponies) of the Blue Ridge League has a record of 8-5, 1.10. In the Central Association, there are five batters leading with 12 home runs each.
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August 1st Update
The St Louis Browns came within a half game of the Senators thanks to an 11 game winning streak. Jeff Tesreau pitched the League's first No Hitter of the season against
the Athletics. Cubs are trying to stay in the race over in the National League, they are on a 9-1 run.

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Record 64-34: 1st Place
St Louis almost caught up to us, thanks to an 11 game winning streak, then they cooled off a bit. George Sisler is trying to make it a perfect Rookie season with al the Rookie of the Months.

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William Thompson (Sacramento Sacts) is up to 18 home runs over in the Pacific Coast League. San Fransisco Seals' Wallace Burge pitched a No Hitter on July 1st. Southern Association's
Emery Webb (Mobile Sea Gulls) has 6 shut outs.
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September 1st 1916 Update
The season is winding down with the last 30 games or so. The American League looks to crown the Senators as the champs.
Over in the National League it is still up in the air as Brooklyn hold a slight lead over the Cubs.

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Record 83-41: 1st Place
Senators reeled off a 19-7 August with Walter Johnson, Rogers Hornsby, and George Sisler named Pitcher of the Month, Batter of the Month, and Rookie of the Month respectfully.


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Joseph Bomers (Fond du lac Giants) in the Wisconsin State League has a career high 8 shut outs for the season. Another pitcher set the same career mark over in the
Western Association, John Younkman (Oklahoma City Mets) with his 8 shut outs for the second year in a row. Harry Delano (Scranton Miners) is set to win the
Pitching Triple Crown in the New York State League. Wish him luck, he has one game left to pitch in.
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September 16th 1916
We are winding down the season fast. Both divisions have some nice pennant races going on. In the American League, there is a crucial series between Washington and St Louis.
As in the National League, the Robins and Cubs do not play each other until later in the month.
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Final 1916 Standings
Washington Senators take on Brooklyn Robins
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The Washington Senators win their 5th Championship
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