1917 Baseball Season Roster
- Bad omen: Future “Black Sox” win it all
- Bad memory: Giants, back in World Series, lose again
- Bad hangover: Pete Alexander wins 30 again; his Phils second again
Sure you remember the 1919 White Sox – the infamous “Black Sox” who threw the World Series. And maybe the ‘20 Sox, whose four 20-game winners almost got them back to the Series. But the ‘17 Sox won the most – 100. One of the ’19 scoundrels, pitcher Eddie Cicotte, was 28-12, 1.53 in ‘17. Only Alexander (30-13, 1.83) was as good. Ty Cobb was back to winning batting titles (.383, 24 triples, 102 RBI, 55 SB). Powered by official averages, stats and exclusive Strat-O research
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