1900 Baseball Season Roster
- NL drops from 12 teams to 8
- Brooklyn wins pennant in year before AL debuts
- Batting champ Honus Wagner (.381)
For the first time, home plate took today’s five-sided shape and size, no longer a square. The wider plate helped the pitchers and a shorter schedule of about 140 games further deflated statistics. Still, such familiar stars as Honus Wagner, Elmer Flick, Jesse Burkett, Willie Keeler, John McGraw and Ed Delahanty dominated the batting leader boards, while Iron Joe McGinnity’s 28 wins guided Brooklyn to the championship.
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