1913 Baseball Windows Season
- Walter Johnson: 36-7, 1.14 ERA, 11 shutouts – read on
- The Giants’ odd 0-for-3: 0 World Series rings after 3 straight pennants
- Discover Gavvy Cravath: .341, record 19 HR, 128 RBI
What’s the word for what opponents did against Walter Johnson in 1913? Zip. Nada. Zilch. His greatest season (36 wins, 1.14 ERA, 11 shutouts) includes allowing only 232 hits and 38 walks in 346 innings – feats never seen again on this planet. But the A’s won the AL pennant and World Series, as Frank Baker (.336-12-117) won his third straight home-run title.
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