1918 Baseball Windows Season
- Triple threat: Pitcher Babe Ruth also becomes an outfielder and a home-run champ
- Triple crowns: Red Sox win third World Series in four seasons
- Triples champ: Cobb leads in three-baggers (14) and batting (.382) yet again
A regular season shortened by World War I ended at Labor Day, but resumed for the World Series. The Cubs dominated the NL, but Cleveland (Tris Speaker: .318) and Washington (Walter Johnson: 23 wins) were within four games of Boston. The Red Sox’ Babe Ruth starred on the mound (13-7, 2.22) and as an outfielder for the first time (league-best 11 HR and slugging, while batting .300)
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