1907 Major League Baseball season

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1907 MLB season
League Major League Baseball
Sport Baseball
Duration April 11 – October 8, 1907
Pennant Winners
AL champions Detroit Tigers
  AL runners-up Philadelphia Athletics
NL champions Chicago Cubs
  NL runners-up Pittsburgh Pirates
World Series
Champions Chicago Cubs
  Runners-up Detroit Tigers
MLB seasons

The 1907 Major League Baseball season. The Chicago Cubs defeated the Detroit Tigers 4–0–1 to win the World Series. The Philadelphia Phillies set a Major League record for the fewest at bats by a team in a season – 4,725.[1]

Final standings[edit]

American League[edit]

American League
Club Wins Losses Win %   GB
Detroit Tigers 92 58 .613
Philadelphia Athletics 88 57 .607 1.5
Chicago White Sox 87 64 .576 5.5
Cleveland Naps 85 67 .559 8.0
New York Highlanders 70 78 .473 21.0
St. Louis Browns 69 83 .454 24.0
Boston Americans 59 90 .396 32.5
Washington Senators 49 102 .325 43.5

National League[edit]

National League
Club Wins Losses Win %   GB
Chicago Cubs 107 45 .704
Pittsburgh Pirates 91 63 .591 17.0
Philadelphia Phillies 83 64 .565 21.5
New York Giants 82 71 .536 25.5
Brooklyn Superbas 65 83 .439 40.0
Cincinnati Reds 66 87 .431 41.5
Boston Doves 58 90 .392 47.0
St. Louis Cardinals 52 101 .340 55.5

Managers[edit]

American League[edit]

Team Manager Comments
Boston Americans Cy Young, George Huff, Bob Unglaub, and Deacon McGuire
Chicago White Sox Fielder Jones
Cleveland Naps Nap Lajoie
Detroit Tigers Hughie Jennings
New York Highlanders Clark Griffith
Philadelphia Athletics Connie Mack
St. Louis Browns Jimmy McAleer
Washington Senators Joe Cantillon

National League[edit]

Team Manager Comments
Boston Beaneaters Fred Tenney
Brooklyn Superbas Patsy Donovan
Chicago Cubs Frank Chance
Cincinnati Reds Ned Hanlon
New York Giants John McGraw
Philadelphia Phillies Billy Murray
Pittsburgh Pirates Fred Clarke
St. Louis Cardinals John McCloskey

Events[edit]

1907 World Series[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "At-Bats Records for Teams Single Season Records". Baseball-Alamanac.com. Retrieved May 14, 2012. 
  2. ^ "This Day In All Teams History – September 25". nationalpastime.com. Retrieved 26 September 2015. 

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