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  • Pirates rule, Cubs don’t: Wagner, Pittsburgh end Chicago’s dynasty
  • Two crowns in Detroit: Cobb’s Triple Crown, Tigers’ 3rd straight title
  • Maxed out: First World Series to go the distance
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  • Western front: Rube Foster and Chicago seize power from Eastern elites
  • Dynamic Duo: Foster (31-6, 1.57), Walter Ball (29-11) dominate for Chicago
  • Futures Game: Young Pop Lloyd and Pete Hill, three other future Hall of Famers star
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  • Outrage: “Merkle’s boner” allows Cubs to top Giants in wildest NL race ever.
  • Outrageous: Three AL teams also battle to the final day
  • Out of their minds: Ed Walsh wins 40, Mathewson 37, Three Finger Brown 29
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  • Lucky ’07: Cubs win their first World Series; Tigers their first pennant
  • This Peach is keen: Cobb wins batting championship in his first full season
  • Four AL teams fought for flag till late September
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  • Hitless Wonders stun 116-win Cubs in all-Chicago World Series
  • Three-fingered pitcher was 26-6 with 1.04 ERA
  • Teen Tiger: Ty Cobb, age 19, hits .316
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  • 0+0+0 = 3 (wins): Mathewson’s three World Series shutouts
  • Deep Cy: OF Seymour hits .377, 121 RBI, 40 doubles, 19 triples
  • Waddell’s pitching Triple Crown: 27 wins, 1.48 ERA, 287 Ks
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  • Wild One: One bad pitch spoils Chesbro’s 41-win season
  • McGinnity wins 35, Mathewson 33, Giants the pennant
  • Feud fight: McGraw refuses to play a World Series
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  • Red Sox (!) win the first World Series
  • Honus Wagner’s Pirates win third straight pennant
  • 30-30 ammo: Mathewson, McGinnity both win 30 for Giants
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  • Rube Waddell blows away the AL
  • Connie Mack’s first pennant
  • John McGraw fights the AL, then flees to become a Giant
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  • The American League and modern baseball begin
  • Nap Lajoie wins the Triple Crown
  • Cy Young jumps leagues, wins 33
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  • NL drops from 12 teams to 8
  • Brooklyn wins pennant in year before AL debuts
  • Batting champ Honus Wagner (.381)
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  • Brooklyn wins 100 and pennant
  • The Spiders get stomped on
  • John McGraw, Ed Delahanty set batting records
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  • Boston Beaneaters 1st to win 100
  • Teams play 150+ games for first time
  • Now 2 umps instead of 1 per game
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  • Good vs. Evil: Boston Beaneaters end Orioles’ reign of terror
  • Willie Keeler hits in record 44 straight games
  • Honus Wagner enters the big leagues
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  • Runaway champs: With 441 SB, Orioles win 3rd straight title
  • Delahanty (.397-13-126) 3rd in average, 1st in HR, RBI
  • Finally, every defender wears a glove
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  • Rowdy Orioles are repeat champions
  • Cy Young leads with 35 wins
  • Sam Thompson: .392-18-165
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  • Champion Orioles as rowdy as they are talented
  • Three .400 hitters in Philly outfield
  • It’s a 12-team National League (only) now
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  • New mound distance increases offense, attendance
  • Boston Beaneaters win pennant with 3 of league’s 25 future Hall of Famers
  • Philly OFs Hamilton, Thompson and Delehanty are 1-2-3 in batting race
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  • Boston wins 102 and first postseason series over Cleveland
  • Kid Nichols (Boston), Cy Young (Cleveland), Dan Brouthers (Brooklyn) star
  • NL, now the only major league, expands to 12 teams and 140-plus games
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  • Boston boasts: Beaneaters win NL pennant; Reds win final American Association flag
  • 30-30 ammo: Hall of Fame pitchers Clarkson, Nichols each win 30 for Beaneaters
  • Late greats: 29 HOF players include Anson, Brouthers, Delahanty, King Kelly, Cy Young
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  • Seeking freedom, players form own league
  • One-year Players League threatens NL, AA
  • Many stars and fans defect to new league
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  • Take your base: On 4 balls now, not 5
  • Offense soars 25 percent with new rule
  • Brouthers hits .373, Connor drives in 130
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  • Cap Anson wins 2nd NL batting title
  • Future HOFers Keefe, Welch, Connor, Ewing star for NY
  • Dan Brouthers, King Kelly, John Clarkson also top-shelf
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  • Vast rule changes drive offense higher
  • Tip O’Neill wins AA Triple Crown (.435-14-123)
  • NL’s Sam Thompson: .372, 166 RBI
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  • The Browns win a “World Series”
  • With new rules, walks and strikeouts soar
  • Matt Kilroy’s 513 strikeouts
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  • Cap Anson, King Kelly and John Clarkson lead Chicago to NL pennant
  • Charlie Comiskey’s Browns win American Association
  • Controversial “World Series” had no clear winner
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  • Old Hoss Radbourn wins 59, Providence wins NL crown
  • Cap Anson, King Kelly lead slugging Chicago
  • American Association expands … Union Association is born, but dies in infancy
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  • New York, Philly join the National League
  • American Association blossoms
  • HOF pitchers win 40+: Radbourn, Galvin, Keefe
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  • American Association debuts in future NL cities
  • AA champ Cinci, NL champ Chicago in post-season series
  • Dan Brouthers (.373) and Pete Browing (.378) lead their leagues
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  • Cap Anson, King Kelly lead Chicago to NL crown
  • Slugging Dan Brouthers, pitching ace Pud Galvin fuel third-place Buffalo
  • American Association debuts
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  • Chicago White Stockings hose all foes, win 21 straight, and finish 67-17
  • Baseball’s first reserve clause binds tops players to last year’s teams
  • HOF players: Anson, Brouthers, Connor, Ewing, Keefe, Ward and more
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  • Providence, John Montgomery Ward win a pennant
  • Four new teams
  • Cinci’s Will White: 680 IP, 75 complete games
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  • Boston repeat champ; Bond wins 40 again
  • 1st Triple Crown winner, Paul Hines
  • New teams in Providence, Indy, Milwaukee
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  • 2nd year of National League
  • Baseball evolves with new rules
  • Louisville accused of throwing pennant
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  • The National League debuts
  • Chicago’s Anson, Spalding lead the pennant winners
  • All-times bests: Ross Barnes’ .429 average, George Bradley’s 16 shutouts
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  • Nearly perfect: Boston Red Stockings 71-8 in final NA season
  • HOF-bound: Find out why Deacon White, Al Spalding and George Wright are in the HOF
  • Serious history: SOM’s first release from the roots of fully professional baseball
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  • The first dynasty: Boston Red Stockings win third straight championship
  • Best of the best: Boston had 52-game winner Al Spalding and eight .300 hitters
  • Six for the Hall: Spalding, Cap Anson, George Wright among the all-time greats
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  • A pair for the Red Stockings: Four HOFers deliver Boston’s 2nd straight title
  • Legends: Al Spalding wins 41, Cap Anson hits .398, Deacon White hits 392
  • Ross Barnes’ 59 games: .431, 125 runs, 31 doubles, 60 RBI, 43 SB
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  • All the Beans: Boston Red Stockings win first of four straight championships
  • Breaking Ball: How Candy Cummings became famous for the curveball
  • Six for the Hall: Spalding, Cummings, Cap Anson, George Wright top the list
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