1906 Baseball Season Roster

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1906 Baseball Season Roster

  • Hitless Wonders stun 116-win Cubs in all-Chicago World Series
  • Three-fingered pitcher was 26-6 with 1.04 ERA
  • Teen Tiger: Ty Cobb, age 19, hits .316

Not the preferred method to win a pennant: The White Sox hit, so to speak, for the lowest average (.230) and the fewest home runs (7) of any AL team. So, give them no chance, right, against Frank Chance’s Cubs, who led the NL in everything, had star pitcher Three Finger Brown and set a record for wins (116) that still hasn’t been topped? Just like SOM, you gotta play the games: The Sox win in six.  


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1905 New York (NL)
  • World Series champions (105-48)
  • M. Donlin (.356, 7 HR, 33 sb), R. Bresnahan (.302), S. Mertes (108 RBI)
  • C. Mathewson (31-9, 1.28), R. Ames (22-8, 2.74), J. McGinnity (21-15, 2.87)