1925 Baseball Season Roster
- The underdog chases and bites: Pirates first to rally from 3-1 Series deficit
- Rogers Hornsby’s second Triple Crown (.403-39-143) - while managing, too
- Lou Gehrig takes over at 1B for the Yankees
Washington won its second pennant, but after Walter Johnson won his first two World Series starts, he lost Game 7, 9-7 to Pittsburgh’s three future Hall of Famers: Kiki Cuyler (.357, 26 triples, 41 SB), Pie Traynor (.320, 106 RBI) and Max Carey (.343, 46 SB). None hit better than Hornsby, who won his second Triple Crown. But the Yankees had a promising young star: 1B Lou Gehrig, who hit 20 HR and 10 triples.
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