1912 Baseball Season Roster

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1912 Baseball Season Roster

  • “No man throws harder than Smokey Joe Wood” – Walter Johnson
  • Rube Marquard wins 19 straight
  • Owen Wilson’s record 36 triples

The Red Sox opened Fenway Park and disrupted the A’s dynasty thanks to 22-year-old flamethrower Smokey Joe Wood (34-5, 1.91, 258 strikeouts, plus three World Series wins). Boston cut down the Giants, 26-game winner Rube Marquard and 23-game winner Christy Mathewson. Wood might not have been the best pitcher in 1912. Walter Johnson was 33-12, 1.39 with 303 whiffs.  


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