1926 New York-Pennsylvania League season

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The 1926 New York–Pennsylvania League season was the minor league baseball league's fourth season of play. The Scranton Miners finished the season with the best overall record, and were declared the league champions. 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
Scranton Miners 84 50 .627 --
York White Roses 79 57 .581 6.0
Williamsport Grays 69 65 .515 15.0
Elmira Colonels 68 67 .504 16.5
Binghamton Triplets 67 67 .500 17.0
Shamokin Indians 61 68 .473 20.5
Wilkes-Barre Barons 56 73 .434 25.5
Harrisburg Senators 47 84 .359 35.5

Stats[edit]

Batting leaders[edit]

Stat Player Total
AVG Red Shilling (York) .366
HR John Rosebury (Shamokin) 10
RBI Francis Farrell (Scranton) 93
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Pitching leaders[edit]

Stat Player Total
W Eddie Williams (Elmira) 22
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ERA Ed Matteson (Scranton/York) 1.80
SO Henry Hoffman (Williamsport) 129
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