1995 Baseball Season Roster
- Hot 'Lanta: Finally, Champs for the South
- One curse broken: Indians’ first pennant since '54
- Can’t touch this: Maddux (19-2, 1.63) wins 4th straight Cy Young
Most teams lost 18 games from the schedule in the hangover of the ’94 strike, but Cleveland still scored 840 runs and Albert Belle was the first to hit 50 HR and doubles in a season. Colorado still had four 30-homer men. Randy Johnson (18-2, 2.48) still struck out 294 … Milestones: Cal Ripken passed Lou Gehrig’s record of 2,130 consecutive games. SP Hideo Nomo arrived to be the first prominent player from Japan.
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