1920 Baseball Season Roster
- The team with four 20-game winners was the bad guys
- Good guys: After star SS was killed by a pitch, they won the World Series
- Believe it: Babe Ruth was a better slugger in ’20 than in ‘27
No chubby dude, in ‘20 Ruth was a lean, mean hitting machine (54 HR, .847 slugging), obliterating records beyond imagination. Baseball couldn’t imagine the rest of 1920, either: Cleveland SS Ray Chapman was the only player ever killed by a pitch. Then eight White Sox were banned for throwing the ‘19 World Series, just in time for Cleveland to win a three-team pennant race. Can’t get enough? Here’s more on the Roaring ‘20s.
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