1916 Baseball Season Roster
- Go figure: Giants win record 26 straight – and finish fourth
- Red Sox, Dodgers each finish first in three-way pennant races
- Speaker (.386), Cobb (.371), Ruth (23-12, 1.75), Alexander (33-12, 1.55)
The Red Sox traded Tris Speaker, who then won the batting title that ended Ty Cobb’s bid for 10 straight. But Babe Ruth won 23 games and the Sox another World Series. The White Sox, with heavy-hitting Shoeless Joe Jackson, and Cobb’s Tigers were within 4 games of Boston. In the NL, Pete Alexander’s Phillies and the Braves were within 4 games of first-place Brooklyn, which won its first pennant. Powered by official averages, stats and exclusive Strat-O research
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