1924 Baseball Season Roster
- No way! Rogers Hornsby still has the record: .424 batting average
- Anything can happen: Lucky bounce = Senators’ only World Series title – ever
- Babe Ruth hits .378 to win his only batting title
All cheered as pitching great Walter Johnson and his Senators won their first pennant and only World Series. It took a bad-hop double to drive in the winning run in the 12th inning of Game 7 against the Giants (who won a record fourth straight NL pennant). It took that drama to overshadow an even better NL pennant race and something not since overshadowed – Hornsby’s .424. Can’t get enough? Here’s more. And more.
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