LEAGUE RECORD BOOK
Tuesday, 4/25/1915
American League Batting Single Season Records :
Batting Average : .409, Ty Cobb (1907, Boston (A))
Homeruns : 23, Hercules Burnett (1897, Boston (A))
Runs Batted In : 137, Ed Delahanty (1893, Indianapolis)
At Bats : 682, George Stone (1908, Washington)
Hits : 244, Ty Cobb (1907, Boston (A))
Doubles : 72, Buck Freeman (1898, Baltimore)
Triples : 22, Honus Wagner (1908, Cleveland)
Runs : 141, Fred Clarke (1898, Baltimore)
Bases On Balls : 124, Bill Joyce (1898, Indianapolis)
Strikeouts : 216, Billy Kinloch (1902, Detroit)
Stolen Bases : 108, George Flynn (1905, New York (A))
Hitting Streak : 39, Will Sawyer (1886, Cleveland)
Rookie AVG : .396, Ty Cobb (1905, Boston (A))
Rookie Hits : 243, Ty Cobb (1905, Boston (A))
Rookie Homeruns : 11, Harry Heilmann (1914, Washington)
Rookie RBI : 95, Benny Bowcock (1905, Boston (A))
American League Pitching Single Season Records :
ERA : 1.30, Jim St.vrain (1909, Detroit)
Games : 51, Ed Begley (1890, Columbus)
Games Started : 48, Bill Vinton (1890, Columbus)
Wins : 35, Charlie Geggus (1885, Baltimore)
Losses : 30, Ed Trumbull (1893, Baltimore)
Saves : 16, Gene Ford (1912, Washington)
Bases On Balls : 199, Joseph Myers (1909, Detroit)
Strikeouts : 466, Dick Redding (1913, Washington)
Rookie Wins : 35, Charlie Geggus (1885, Baltimore)
Rookie Saves : 13, Jot Goar (1899, Columbus)
Rookie K's : 341, Charlie Geggus (1885, Baltimore)
BB's in one Game: 14, Erv Lange (4/21/1915, St. Louis (A))
K's in one Game : 19, Sam Crawford (8/22/1914, Philadelphia (A))
American League Batting Single Game Records :
At Bats X-Innings : 10, Frank Chance (4/27/1907, St. Louis (A))
At Bats 9 Innings : 12, Charlie Geggus (6/12/1893, Baltimore)
Hits X-Innings : 7, Ty Cobb (4/27/1907, Boston (A))
Hits 9 Innings : 7, Heinie Reitz (9/21/1897, Louisville)
Doubles : 5, Orator Shaffer (8/6/1889, Kansas City)
Triples : 3, Bobby Veach (6/24/1913, Detroit)
Homeruns : 3, Roger Peckinpaugh (9/17/1910, St. Louis (A))
RBI : 10, Curt Welch (9/26/1892, Baltimore)
Runs : 6, Cub Stricker (6/8/1892, Philadelphia (A))
Stolen Bases : 5, Roger Bresnahan (5/7/1914, New York (A))
Bases On Balls : 5, Tim Jordan (8/21/1910, Boston (A))
Strikeouts : 6, Daisy Davis (10/3/1893, Baltimore)
National League Batting Single Season Records :
Batting Average : .399, Jesse Burkett (1893, Pittsburgh)
Homeruns : 18, Hugh Duffy (1900, New York (N))
Runs Batted In : 125, Willie Clark (1901, Brooklyn)
At Bats : 690, Joe Battin (1884, Pittsburgh)
Hits : 242, Emmet Heidrick (1900, St. Louis (N))
Doubles : 78, Dave Orr (1890, Brooklyn)
Triples : 26, Fred O'neill (1895, Brooklyn)
Runs : 135, Joe Kelley (1895, Chicago (N))
Bases On Balls : 116, Bill Joyce (1899, Boston (N))
Strikeouts : 228, Fred Jacklitsch (1903, Cincinnati)
Stolen Bases : 98, Jack Crooks (1893, Cincinnati)
Hitting Streak : 40, Jim Burns (1896, St. Louis (N))
Rookie AVG : .355, Dave Orr (1884, Brooklyn)
Rookie Hits : 225, Dave Orr (1884, Brooklyn)
Rookie Homeruns : 9, Dave Orr (1884, Brooklyn)
Rookie RBI : 100, Dave Orr (1884, Brooklyn)
National League Pitching Single Season Records :
ERA : 1.33, Noodles Hahn (1906, Brooklyn)
Games : 75, Pete Dowling (1898, New York (N))
Games Started : 53, Ned Garvin (1897, Boston (N))
Wins : 33, Cy Young (1897, Chicago (N))
Losses : 37, Pete Conway (1903, Cincinnati)
Saves : 20, Ed Kent (1889, New York (N))
Bases On Balls : 187, John Doran (1897, St. Louis (N))
Strikeouts : 411, Larry Mckeon (1901, Chicago (N))
Rookie Wins : 28, Hooks Wiltse (1905, Brooklyn)
Rookie Saves : 16, Frank West (1901, St. Louis (N))
Rookie K's : 261, Harry Krause (1911, New York (N))
BB's in one Game: 16, King Brady (6/23/1912, Cincinnati)
K's in one Game : 18, Pete Conway (4/6/1898, Cincinnati)
National League Batting Single Game Records :
At Bats X-Innings : 10, Frank Isbell (5/25/1906, Cincinnati)
At Bats 9 Innings : 9, Nick Altrock (6/2/1903, St. Louis (N))
Hits X-Innings : 6, Sam Dungan (6/18/1897, Pittsburgh)
Hits 9 Innings : 6, John Dobbs (9/10/1903, Pittsburgh)
Doubles : 4, Sam Bennett (9/15/1912, Chicago (N))
Triples : 3, Ed Konetchy (9/18/1907, Boston (N))
Homeruns : 3, Jake Gettman (10/4/1904, St. Louis (N))
RBI : 8, Tommy Sheehan (7/29/1906, St. Louis (N))
Runs : 5, Dutch Zwilling (5/7/1914, Chicago (N))
Stolen Bases : 4, Jimmie Savage (7/10/1914, Chicago (N))
Bases On Balls : 5, Larry Doyle (4/8/1909, Chicago (N))
Strikeouts : 7, Sam Mertes (5/25/1906, Boston (N))
New York (A) Batting Single Season Records :
Batting Average : .353, Fred Clarke (1899, Baltimore)
Homeruns : 15, Buck Freeman (1897, Baltimore)
Runs Batted In : 128, Buck Freeman (1898, Baltimore)
At Bats : 672, Curt Welch (1885, Baltimore)
Hits : 224, Fred Clarke (1898, Baltimore)
Doubles : 72, Buck Freeman (1898, Baltimore)
Triples : 22, Perry Werden (1895, Baltimore)
Runs : 141, Fred Clarke (1898, Baltimore)
Bases On Balls : 95, Jake Virtue (1893, Baltimore)
Strikeouts : 158, Elmer Cleveland (1891, Baltimore)
Stolen Bases : 108, George Flynn (1905, New York (A))
Hitting Streak : 36, Roger Bresnahan (1910, New York (A))
Rookie Homeruns : 7, Bill Higgins (1894, Baltimore)
New York (A) Pitching Single Season Records :
ERA : 1.32, Rube Waddell (1903, New York (A))
Games : 46, Charlie Geggus (1891, Baltimore)
Wins : 35, Charlie Geggus (1885, Baltimore)
Losses : 30, Ed Trumbull (1893, Baltimore)
Saves : 12, Jock Menefee (1904, New York (A))
Bases On Balls : 159, Tony Madigan (1895, Baltimore)
Strikeouts : 401, Rube Waddell (1913, New York (A))
K's in one Game : 17, Jim St.vrain (5/6/1913, New York (A))
St. Louis (A) Batting Single Season Records :
Batting Average : .362, Fred Tenney (1898, Louisville)
Homeruns : 18, Jocko Fields (1892, Louisville)
Runs Batted In : 103, George Davis (1898, Louisville)
At Bats : 619, Pete Browning (1884, Louisville)
Hits : 207, Pete Browning (1888, Louisville)
Doubles : 61, Pete Browning (1888, Louisville)
Triples : 18, Dusty Miller (1892, Louisville)
Runs : 113, George Davis (1899, Louisville)
Bases On Balls : 91, Eddie Collins (1911, St. Louis (A))
Strikeouts : 144, John Titus (1910, St. Louis (A))
Stolen Bases : 73, John Mcgraw (1894, Louisville)
Hitting Streak : 26, Homer Smoot (1909, St. Louis (A))
Rookie Homeruns : 7, Cy Williams (1913, St. Louis (A))
St. Louis (A) Pitching Single Season Records :
ERA : 1.96, Pete Alexander (1914, St. Louis (A))
Games : 38, Bob Black (1885, Louisville)
Wins : 24, Guy Hecker (1884, Louisville)
Losses : 23, John Shaffer (1888, Louisville)
Saves : 10, Doc Mcjames (1908, St. Louis (A))
Bases On Balls : 120, Willie Mcgill (1901, Milwaukee)
Strikeouts : 229, Bob Black (1885, Louisville)
K's in one Game : 13, Jose Mendez (5/24/1914, St. Louis (A))
Detroit Batting Single Season Records :
Batting Average : .364, Joe Jackson (1911, Detroit)
Homeruns : 12, Charlie Nyce (1898, Columbus)
Runs Batted In : 125, Pat Callaghan (1894, Columbus)
At Bats : 657, Hughie Jennings (1894, Columbus)
Hits : 217, Nap Lajoie (1900, Columbus)
Doubles : 66, Nap Lajoie (1900, Columbus)
Triples : 18, Jake Beckley (1894, Columbus)
Runs : 128, Tommy Tucker (1889, Columbus)
Bases On Balls : 109, Paul Radford (1897, Columbus)
Strikeouts : 216, Billy Kinloch (1902, Detroit)
Stolen Bases : 106, Paul Radford (1893, Columbus)
Hitting Streak : 28, Nap Lajoie (1896, Columbus)
Rookie Homeruns : 8, Farmer Vaughn (1890, Columbus)
Detroit Pitching Single Season Records :
ERA : 1.30, Jim St.vrain (1909, Detroit)
Games : 51, Ed Begley (1890, Columbus)
Wins : 31, Bill Vinton (1890, Columbus)
Losses : 29, Ed Dugan (1887, Detroit)
Saves : 14, George Radbourn (1886, Detroit)
Bases On Balls : 199, Joseph Myers (1909, Detroit)
Strikeouts : 330, Walter Johnson (1910, Detroit)
K's in one Game : 14, Walter Johnson (4/19/1912, Detroit)
Boston (A) Batting Single Season Records :
Batting Average : .409, Ty Cobb (1907, Boston (A))
Homeruns : 23, Hercules Burnett (1897, Boston (A))
Runs Batted In : 113, Hercules Burnett (1895, Boston (A))
At Bats : 661, Bill Everitt (1900, Boston (A))
Hits : 244, Ty Cobb (1907, Boston (A))
Doubles : 60, Ty Cobb (1910, Boston (A))
Triples : 21, Ty Cobb (1905, Boston (A))
Runs : 140, Ty Cobb (1909, Boston (A))
Bases On Balls : 120, Jimmy Barrett (1907, Boston (A))
Strikeouts : 186, Heinie Kappel (1898, Boston (A))
Stolen Bases : 97, Bill Johnson (1891, Boston (A))
Hitting Streak : 27, Ty Cobb (1909, Boston (A))
Rookie Homeruns : 8, Mike Tiernan (1887, Kansas City )
Boston (A) Pitching Single Season Records :
ERA : 2.00, Beany Jacobson (1913, Boston (A))
Games : 46, John Henry (1897, Boston (A))
Wins : 29, Bill Donovan (1910, Boston (A))
Losses : 25, Doc Parker (1899, Boston (A))
Saves : 12, Chris Mcfarland (1893, Boston (A))
Bases On Balls : 151, Bill Donovan (1913, Boston (A))
Strikeouts : 303, Beany Jacobson (1914, Boston (A))
K's in one Game : 16, Bill Donovan (8/4/1910, Boston (A))
Chicago (A) Batting Single Season Records :
Batting Average : .400, Willie Keeler (1897, Indianapolis)
Homeruns : 20, Bill Joyce (1895, Indianapolis)
Runs Batted In : 137, Ed Delahanty (1893, Indianapolis)
At Bats : 647, Marty Hogan (1904, Chicago (A))
Hits : 225, Willie Keeler (1897, Indianapolis)
Doubles : 69, Ed Delahanty (1898, Indianapolis)
Triples : 21, Ed Mckean (1894, Indianapolis)
Runs : 135, Jesse Burkett (1897, Indianapolis)
Bases On Balls : 124, Bill Joyce (1898, Indianapolis)
Strikeouts : 195, Ed Cartwright (1895, Indianapolis)
Stolen Bases : 95, Bill Joyce (1890, Indianapolis)
Hitting Streak : 24, Willie Keeler (1897, Indianapolis)
Rookie Homeruns : 9, Bill Joyce (1890, Indianapolis)
Chicago (A) Pitching Single Season Records :
ERA : 2.06, George Mullin (1906, Chicago (A))
Games : 47, Frosty Thomas (1910, Chicago (A))
Wins : 30, Pete Conway (1895, Indianapolis)
Losses : 27, Bobby Wallace (1903, Chicago (A))
Saves : 8, Frank Smith (1913, Chicago (A))
Bases On Balls : 184, Gus Williams (1894, Indianapolis)
Strikeouts : 376, Jack Stivetts (1898, Indianapolis)
K's in one Game : 15, Jack Stivetts (7/30/1898, Indianapolis)
Philadelphia (A) Batting Single Season Records :
Batting Average : .350, Steve Brodie (1891, Philadelphia (A))
Homeruns : 22, Harry Stovey (1891, Philadelphia (A))
Runs Batted In : 128, Harry Stovey (1891, Philadelphia (A))
At Bats : 678, Tom Mccreery (1907, Philadelphia (A))
Hits : 202, Steve Brodie (1892, Philadelphia (A))
Doubles : 49, Harry Stovey (1889, Philadelphia (A))
Triples : 17, Benny Kauff (1913, Philadelphia (A))
Runs : 117, Steve Brodie (1892, Philadelphia (A))
Bases On Balls : 109, Billy Lush (1908, Philadelphia (A))
Strikeouts : 194, Heinie Kappel (1894, Philadelphia (A))
Stolen Bases : 91, Tom Brown (1888, Philadelphia (A))
Hitting Streak : 32, Steve Brodie (1893, Philadelphia (A))
Rookie Homeruns : 7, Marty Sullivan (1888, Philadelphia (A))
Philadelphia (A) Pitching Single Season Records :
ERA : 2.04, Jack Chesbro (1902, Philadelphia (A))
Games : 44, Louis Drucke (1914, Philadelphia (A))
Wins : 29, Bobby Mathews (1884, Philadelphia (A))
Losses : 23, Chick Robitaille (1908, Philadelphia (A))
Saves : 11, Frank Buttery (1884, Philadelphia (A))
Bases On Balls : 144, Louis Drucke (1914, Philadelphia (A))
Strikeouts : 380, Sam Crawford (1913, Philadelphia (A))
K's in one Game : 19, Sam Crawford (8/22/1914, Philadelphia (A))
Washington Batting Single Season Records :
Batting Average : .385, Dan Brouthers (1894, Washington)
Homeruns : 17, Emmett Seery (1891, Washington)
Runs Batted In : 122, Jack Rowe (1890, Washington)
At Bats : 682, George Stone (1908, Washington)
Hits : 223, Lou Bierbauer (1889, Washington)
Doubles : 65, Dan Brouthers (1890, Washington)
Triples : 19, Dan Brouthers (1891, Washington)
Runs : 132, Dan Brouthers (1890, Washington)
Bases On Balls : 94, Emmett Seery (1890, Washington)
Strikeouts : 157, Eddie Burke (1897, Washington)
Stolen Bases : 91, Jim Fogarty (1894, Washington)
Hitting Streak : 32, Lou Bierbauer (1889, Washington)
Rookie Homeruns : 11, Harry Heilmann (1914, Washington)
Washington Pitching Single Season Records :
ERA : 1.78, James Burke (1884, Washington)
Games : 47, Dick Redding (1913, Washington)
Wins : 30, James Burke (1884, Washington)
Losses : 28, Ralph Works (1910, Washington)
Saves : 16, Gene Ford (1912, Washington)
Bases On Balls : 126, Ralph Works (1910, Washington)
Strikeouts : 466, Dick Redding (1913, Washington)
K's in one Game : 17, Dick Redding (4/29/1912, Washington)
Cleveland Batting Single Season Records :
Batting Average : .373, Billy Hamilton (1899, Cleveland)
Homeruns : 12, Joe Quinn (1899, Cleveland)
Runs Batted In : 131, Dave Orr (1894, Cleveland)
At Bats : 667, Jack Glasscock (1885, Cleveland)
Hits : 216, Honus Wagner (1906, Cleveland)
Doubles : 59, Nap Lajoie (1908, Cleveland)
Triples : 22, Honus Wagner (1908, Cleveland)
Runs : 123, Honus Wagner (1906, Cleveland)
Bases On Balls : 117, Billy Hamilton (1900, Cleveland)
Strikeouts : 159, Joe Quinn (1900, Cleveland)
Stolen Bases : 89, Honus Wagner (1906, Cleveland)
Hitting Streak : 39, Will Sawyer (1886, Cleveland)
Rookie Homeruns : 7, Babe Ruth (1914, Cleveland)
Cleveland Pitching Single Season Records :
ERA : 1.86, Frank Wickware (1912, Cleveland)
Games : 45, Cy Young (1900, Cleveland)
Wins : 28, Jesse Tannehill (1907, Cleveland)
Losses : 25, Cyclone Miller (1892, Cleveland)
Saves : 13, Seth Sigsby (1907, Cleveland)
Bases On Balls : 157, Charlie Cady (1897, Cleveland)
Strikeouts : 393, Cy Young (1900, Cleveland)
K's in one Game : 17, Charlie Cady (9/19/1898, Cleveland)
Cincinnati Batting Single Season Records :
Batting Average : .361, Tris Speaker (1911, Cincinnati)
Homeruns : 13, Frank Baker (1913, Cincinnati)
Runs Batted In : 98, Podge Weihe (1894, Cincinnati)
At Bats : 686, Jim Manning (1889, Cincinnati)
Hits : 201, Harry Taylor (1898, Cincinnati)
Doubles : 64, Tris Speaker (1914, Cincinnati)
Triples : 20, Sam Thompson (1891, Cincinnati)
Runs : 115, Jack Crooks (1895, Cincinnati)
Bases On Balls : 102, Jack Crooks (1894, Cincinnati)
Strikeouts : 228, Fred Jacklitsch (1903, Cincinnati)
Stolen Bases : 98, Jack Crooks (1893, Cincinnati)
Hitting Streak : 23, Harry Taylor (1892, Cincinnati)
Rookie Homeruns : 8, Podge Weihe (1884, Cincinnati)
Cincinnati Pitching Single Season Records :
ERA : 1.50, Jim Handiboe (1898, Cincinnati)
Games : 73, Dave Foutz (1888, Cincinnati)
Wins : 32, Jim Handiboe (1898, Cincinnati)
Losses : 37, Pete Conway (1903, Cincinnati)
Saves : 15, Slow joe Doyle (1911, Cincinnati)
Bases On Balls : 142, Jim Handiboe (1902, Cincinnati)
Strikeouts : 397, Jim Handiboe (1898, Cincinnati)
K's in one Game : 18, Pete Conway (4/6/1898, Cincinnati)
Pittsburgh Batting Single Season Records :
Batting Average : .399, Jesse Burkett (1893, Pittsburgh)
Homeruns : 11, Sam Thompson (1887, Pittsburgh)
Runs Batted In : 110, Harry Moore (1885, Pittsburgh)
At Bats : 690, Joe Battin (1884, Pittsburgh)
Hits : 223, John henry Lloyd (1908, Pittsburgh)
Doubles : 63, Sam Thompson (1885, Pittsburgh)
Triples : 25, Honus Wagner (1899, Pittsburgh)
Runs : 115, Sam Thompson (1887, Pittsburgh)
Bases On Balls : 102, Jimmy Barrett (1903, Pittsburgh)
Strikeouts : 197, John Kelty (1892, Pittsburgh)
Stolen Bases : 76, John henry Lloyd (1910, Pittsburgh)
Hitting Streak : 31, John henry Lloyd (1908, Pittsburgh)
Rookie Homeruns : 8, Bill Lange (1893, Pittsburgh)
Pittsburgh Pitching Single Season Records :
ERA : 1.47, Christy Mathewson (1904, Pittsburgh)
Games : 66, Al Atkinson (1889, Pittsburgh)
Wins : 31, Christy Mathewson (1912, Pittsburgh)
Losses : 32, Case Patten (1905, Pittsburgh)
Saves : 16, Ed Murphy (1904, Pittsburgh)
Bases On Balls : 160, Jack Coombs (1913, Pittsburgh)
Strikeouts : 372, Christy Mathewson (1911, Pittsburgh)
K's in one Game : 16, Christy Mathewson (6/28/1913, Pittsburgh)
Boston (N) Batting Single Season Records :
Batting Average : .364, Patsy Donovan (1893, Boston (N))
Homeruns : 12, Eddie Burke (1899, Boston (N))
Runs Batted In : 107, Paul Hines (1885, Boston (N))
At Bats : 641, Tub Welch (1902, Boston (N))
Hits : 226, Patsy Donovan (1893, Boston (N))
Doubles : 57, Paul Hines (1886, Boston (N))
Triples : 17, Bill Joyce (1900, Boston (N))
Runs : 116, Patsy Donovan (1893, Boston (N))
Bases On Balls : 116, Bill Joyce (1899, Boston (N))
Strikeouts : 227, Conny Doyle (1892, Boston (N))
Stolen Bases : 94, Tommy Mccarthy (1885, Boston (N))
Hitting Streak : 30, Steve Evans (1915, Boston (N))
Rookie Homeruns : 5, Jimmy Bannon (1893, Boston (N))
Boston (N) Pitching Single Season Records :
ERA : 1.90, Mal Eason (1909, Boston (N))
Games : 56, Earl Moore (1913, Boston (N))
Wins : 27, Jim Whitney (1888, Boston (N))
Losses : 29, Shorty Wetzel (1891, Boston (N))
Saves : 13, Bob Blewett (1910, Boston (N))
Bases On Balls : 164, Jack Sharrott (1897, Boston (N))
Strikeouts : 304, Shorty Wetzel (1893, Boston (N))
K's in one Game : 15, Eddie Cicotte (6/24/1910, Boston (N))
Philadelphia (N) Batting Single Season Records :
Batting Average : .329, John Grim (1900, Philadelphia (N))
Homeruns : 10, Jack Doyle (1902, Philadelphia (N))
Runs Batted In : 111, Jimmy Ryan (1888, Philadelphia (N))
At Bats : 638, Sid Farrar (1886, Philadelphia (N))
Hits : 204, John Grim (1900, Philadelphia (N))
Doubles : 53, Jimmy Ryan (1888, Philadelphia (N))
Triples : 19, Sam Mertes (1897, Philadelphia (N))
Runs : 111, Sid Farrar (1888, Philadelphia (N))
Bases On Balls : 96, Jimmy Sheckard (1910, Philadelphia (N))
Strikeouts : 214, Reddy Mack (1897, Philadelphia (N))
Stolen Bases : 73, Sam Mertes (1897, Philadelphia (N))
Hitting Streak : 26, Lefty Marr (1895, Philadelphia (N))
Rookie Homeruns : 6, George Treadway (1893, Philadelphia (N))
Philadelphia (N) Pitching Single Season Records :
ERA : 1.67, Chief Bender (1909, Philadelphia (N))
Games : 46, Walter Johnson (1913, Philadelphia (N))
Wins : 27, Walter Johnson (1914, Philadelphia (N))
Losses : 23, John Coleman (1884, Philadelphia (N))
Saves : 12, Ray Tift (1911, Philadelphia (N))
Bases On Balls : 124, Del Mason (1907, Philadelphia (N))
Strikeouts : 392, Walter Johnson (1913, Philadelphia (N))
K's in one Game : 15, Walter Johnson (8/31/1913, Philadelphia (N))
Brooklyn Batting Single Season Records :
Batting Average : .375, Dave Orr (1886, Brooklyn)
Homeruns : 15, Danny Green (1902, Brooklyn)
Runs Batted In : 125, Willie Clark (1901, Brooklyn)
At Bats : 655, Bid Mcphee (1888, Brooklyn)
Hits : 240, Dave Orr (1886, Brooklyn)
Doubles : 78, Dave Orr (1890, Brooklyn)
Triples : 26, Fred O'neill (1895, Brooklyn)
Runs : 128, Danny Green (1901, Brooklyn)
Bases On Balls : 80, George Gore (1887, Brooklyn)
Strikeouts : 223, Frank Fennelly (1887, Brooklyn)
Stolen Bases : 87, Fred O'neill (1890, Brooklyn)
Hitting Streak : 29, Ginger Beaumont (1911, Brooklyn)
Rookie Homeruns : 9, Dave Orr (1884, Brooklyn)
Brooklyn Pitching Single Season Records :
ERA : 1.33, Noodles Hahn (1906, Brooklyn)
Games : 47, Hooks Wiltse (1910, Brooklyn)
Wins : 32, Bill Hill (1907, Brooklyn)
Losses : 26, Shorty Wetzel (1901, Brooklyn)
Saves : 13, Jim Egan (1887, Brooklyn)
Bases On Balls : 130, Shorty Wetzel (1901, Brooklyn)
Strikeouts : 370, Larry Mckeon (1892, Brooklyn)
K's in one Game : 17, Larry Mckeon (9/6/1899, Brooklyn)
St. Louis (N) Batting Single Season Records :
Batting Average : .375, Emmet Heidrick (1900, St. Louis (N))
Homeruns : 13, Roger Connor (1890, St. Louis (N))
Runs Batted In : 106, Oyster Burns (1887, St. Louis (N))
At Bats : 650, Bill Keister (1902, St. Louis (N))
Hits : 242, Emmet Heidrick (1900, St. Louis (N))
Doubles : 59, Roger Connor (1889, St. Louis (N))
Triples : 19, Bill Keister (1902, St. Louis (N))
Runs : 116, Emmet Heidrick (1900, St. Louis (N))
Bases On Balls : 68, Roger Connor (1892, St. Louis (N))
Strikeouts : 177, Lew Camp (1902, St. Louis (N))
Stolen Bases : 73, Emmet Heidrick (1900, St. Louis (N))
Hitting Streak : 40, Jim Burns (1896, St. Louis (N))
Rookie Homeruns : 4, Tommy Sheehan (1904, St. Louis (N))
St. Louis (N) Pitching Single Season Records :
ERA : 1.90, Tully Sparks (1907, St. Louis (N))
Games : 46, Tully Sparks (1905, St. Louis (N))
Wins : 31, Jake Hewitt (1902, St. Louis (N))
Losses : 24, Nick Altrock (1904, St. Louis (N))
Saves : 18, Al Mccauley (1893, St. Louis (N))
Bases On Balls : 187, John Doran (1897, St. Louis (N))
Strikeouts : 330, Fred Chapman (1901, St. Louis (N))
K's in one Game : 14, Fred Chapman (7/7/1901, St. Louis (N))
Chicago (N) Batting Single Season Records :
Batting Average : .354, Ed Swartwood (1887, Chicago (N))
Homeruns : 10, Joe Kelley (1898, Chicago (N))
Runs Batted In : 107, Joe Kelley (1901, Chicago (N))
At Bats : 663, Sam Bennett (1913, Chicago (N))
Hits : 220, Bill Lange (1896, Chicago (N))
Doubles : 59, John Grim (1898, Chicago (N))
Triples : 21, Jack Fournier (1912, Chicago (N))
Runs : 135, Joe Kelley (1895, Chicago (N))
Bases On Balls : 93, Miller Huggins (1907, Chicago (N))
Strikeouts : 195, Con Daily (1900, Chicago (N))
Stolen Bases : 97, Jake Beckley (1896, Chicago (N))
Hitting Streak : 26, Bill Lange (1896, Chicago (N))
Rookie Homeruns : 8, Jack Fournier (1912, Chicago (N))
Chicago (N) Pitching Single Season Records :
ERA : 1.73, Cy Young (1897, Chicago (N))
Games : 47, Jim Scott (1913, Chicago (N))
Wins : 33, Cy Young (1897, Chicago (N))
Losses : 31, Fred Olmstead (1910, Chicago (N))
Saves : 12, Darby O'brien (1900, Chicago (N))
Bases On Balls : 131, Cy Young (1899, Chicago (N))
Strikeouts : 411, Larry Mckeon (1901, Chicago (N))
K's in one Game : 18, Cy Young (5/16/1895, Chicago (N))
New York (N) Batting Single Season Records :
Batting Average : .350, Roger Connor (1885, New York (N))
Homeruns : 18, Hugh Duffy (1900, New York (N))
Runs Batted In : 105, Buck Ewing (1892, New York (N))
At Bats : 656, Mike Dorgan (1885, New York (N))
Hits : 216, Mike Dorgan (1886, New York (N))
Doubles : 58, Roger Connor (1885, New York (N))
Triples : 19, Buck Ewing (1892, New York (N))
Runs : 121, Hugh Duffy (1895, New York (N))
Bases On Balls : 74, Hugh Duffy (1899, New York (N))
Strikeouts : 177, Billy Goeckel (1908, New York (N))
Stolen Bases : 97, Hugh Duffy (1892, New York (N))
Hitting Streak : 29, George Van haltren (1893, New York (N))
Rookie Homeruns : 7, Mike Dorgan (1884, New York (N))
New York (N) Pitching Single Season Records :
ERA : 1.58, Harry Krause (1913, New York (N))
Games : 75, Pete Dowling (1898, New York (N))
Wins : 27, Harry Krause (1913, New York (N))
Losses : 26, Len Swormstedt (1902, New York (N))
Saves : 20, Ed Kent (1889, New York (N))
Bases On Balls : 155, Pete Dowling (1900, New York (N))
Strikeouts : 302, Harry Krause (1914, New York (N))
K's in one Game : 15, Toad Ramsey (7/23/1891, New York (N))

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