1925 New York-Pennsylvania League season

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The 1925 New York–Pennsylvania League season was the league's third season of play. The York White Roses and the Williamsport Grays tied during the regular season and were declared co-champions. An unofficial playoff resulted in York defeating Williamsport 4-2. The New York–Pennsylvania League played at the Class B level during this season.

Final standings[edit]

New York–Pennsylvania League
Club Wins Losses Win %   GB
York White Roses 77 55 .583 --
Williamsport Grays 77 55 .583 --
Binghamton Triplets 65 63 .508 10.0
Elmira Colonels 66 65 .504 10.5
Scranton Miners 64 69 .481 13.5
Harrisburg Senators 61 69 .469 15.0
Wilkes-Barre Barons 60 71 .458 16.5
Shamokin Shammies 54 77 .412 22.5

Stats[edit]

Batting leaders[edit]

Stat Player Total
AVG Joe Munson (Harrisburg) .400
HR Joe Munson (Harrisburg) 33
RBI Joe Munson (Harrisburg) 129
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Pitching leaders[edit]

Stat Player Total
W Thomas George (York) 27
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ERA Thomas George (York) 2.27
SO Henry Hoffman (Williamsport) 153
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