Baseball Individual Teams
1922 St. Louis (AL)
- 2nd place, 1 game behind New York (93-61)
- G. Sisler (.420, 18 3b, 105 rbi), K. Williams (.332-39-155)
- U. Shocker (24-17, 2.97), E. Vangilder (19 wins)
The best Browns team until their lone pennant-winner in 1944, this squad hit .313 and scored 867 runs. Sisler set the AL record for batting average. CF Baby Doll Jacobson hit .317 with 102 RBI and 2B Marty McManus hit .312-11-109.
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