1922 Baseball Season Roster

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1922 Baseball Season Roster

  • The Browns – the Browns! – almost win a pennant
  • Triple Crown: Rogers Hornsby’s mega .401-42-152
  • The second straight Subway Series: Giants win again

With Babe Ruth and Bob Meusel suspended until May 20 for off-season barnstorming, the St. Louis Browns nearly stole the Yankees’ crown. George Sisler set a modern record, hitting .420. Ken Williams did steal Ruth’s HR crown, swatting 39 in a huge year (.332-39-155, 37 steals). But the Yanks won the pennant by one game, then lost the World Series to the on the cross-town Giants, who had eight men hit above .320.   


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