Thursday, October 8, 2009

OOTP Historical Replay: 1917

AL Champion: New York Yankees
NL Champion: New York Giants

World Champion: New York Yankees


AL MVP: Rogers Hornsby-Detroit Tigers: .336, 8 HR, 62 RBI








NL MVP: Ty Cobb-Brooklyn Robins: .381, 3 HR, 86 RBI








AL Cy Young: Hippo Vaughn-New York Yankees: 24-9, 2.12 ERA








NL Cy Young: Doc Crandall-Brooklyn Robins: 21-8, 1.74 ERA








AL ROY: Swede Risberg-Boston Red Sox: .265, 0 HR, 39 RBI








NL ROY: Bob Steele-Cincinnati Reds: 19-12, 2.42 ERA







Milestones:

George Winter-200 Wins
Ty Cobb-2000 Hits
Walter Johnson-200 Wins

Hall Of Fame Inductees:


Noodles Hahn: 275-228, 2.68 ERA, 1,617 K







Career Ending Injuries: Bob Groom, Jim Kelly

2 comments:

  1. Catherine PetroskiOctober 9, 2009 at 6:41 AM

    What "career-ending injury" did Bob Groom suffer in 1917?

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  2. Thanks for the question..I enjoy looking up players to see how they performed.

    Bob Groom was drafted in 1908 by the Chicago Cubs (The curse is alive as Babe Ruth suffered a career ending injury after being drafted by the Cubbies). In 1911 he won the NL Rookie Of The Year and Gold Glove. He suffered a torn rotator cuff ending his career. His final totals were: 87-90, 2.95 ERA, & 855 K's.

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