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1873 in baseball

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The following are the baseball events of the year 1873 throughout the world.

Champions

National Association final standings

National Association
Rank Club Wins Losses Win %   GB
1st Boston 43 16 .729
2nd Philadelphia 36 17 .679 4.0
3rd Lord Baltimore 34 22 .607 7.5
4th Athletic (Philadelphia) 28 23 .549 11.0
5th Mutual (New York) 29 24 .547 11.0
6th Atlantic (Brooklyn) 17 37 .315 23.5
7th Washington 8 31 .205 25.0
8th Resolute (Elizabeth, NJ) 2 21 .087 23.0
9th Maryland (Baltimore) 0 6 .000 16.5

Statistical leaders

Ross Barnes
Ross Barnes
National Association
Type Name Stat
AVG Ross Barnes BOS .431
HR Lip Pike BAL 4
RBI Deacon White BOS 77
Wins Al Spalding BOS 41
ERA Cherokee Fisher ATH 1.81
Strikeouts Bobby Mathews NYU 79

Notable seasons

  • Boston Red Stockings second baseman Ross Barnes leads the NA with 138 hits, 43 stolen bases, 125 runs scored, a .431 batting average, a 1.080 OPS, and a 207 OPS+.[1][2]
  • Boston Red Stockings pitcher Al Spalding has a record of 41-14, leading the NA with 41 wins and 496.2 innings pitched. His 50 strikeouts rank second in the league. He has a 2.99 earned run average and a 115 ERA+.[3][4]

Events

January–March

  • March 3 – For the first time, the NA adopts a standardized ball to be used in all league games.

April–June

  • May 14 – Nearly 5,000 fans watch the upstart Philadelphia Club defeat the established Athletics 5–4 in 13 innings. Only once before, in 1865, had that many innings been played in one game.
  • June 7 – Mutual and Philadelphia combine for 40 errors. The Philadelphias, aided by the Mutuals' 26 miscues, win 12–10.
  • June 11 – 10,000 fans are in attendance see Philadelphia score 5 runs in the 7th inning to defeat Athletic 7–5.

July–September

  • July 4 – Leading 11–3 over Resolute of Elizabeth, the Bostons score 21 runs in the bottom of the 9th inning for a 32–3 victory. The home-ahead rule would not be instituted for 6 more years.
  • July 22 – Tom Barlow of Atlantic lays down 6 bunts, all for hits, in a game against Lord Baltimore.
  • July 24 – Bob Ferguson of the Atlantic is the umpire in a game between Mutual of New York and Lord Baltimore which ends with the Mutuals scoring 3 runs in the bottom of the 9th for an 11–10 victory. Ferguson and Mutual's Nat Hicks get into an altercation with Ferguson breaking Hicks' arm by hitting him with a bat. Ferguson requires a police escort to leave the field and Hicks will be out for 2 months due to the incident.
  • August 16 – Boston defeats Philadelphia 11–8 in Chicago in front of several thousand fans. After the game, it is announced that Chicago has signed several players in hopes of placing a team in the NA for the 1874 season.

October–December

  • October 16 – Lord Baltimore turns a triple play in a losing cause against Philadelphia.
  • October 22 – Boston wins the pennant for the 2nd year in a row. They clinch on the same date as they had in 1872.
  • November 6 – A crosstown benefit game is played between the Philadelphia and Athletic Clubs under a proposed rule of 10 men on the field and 10 innings for a game. The extra player is placed on the infield as a right shortstop and with most observers feeling the extra player unnecessary, the rule is never implemented.

Births

Deaths

External links

References

  • Levine, Peter (1985). A.G. Spalding and the Rise of Baseball: The Promise of American Sport. New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN 0-19-503552-6
  1. ^ "1873 National Association Batting Leaders". baseball-reference.com. Retrieved August 29, 2020.
  2. ^ "Ross Barnes Stats". baseball-reference.com. Retrieved August 29, 2020.
  3. ^ "1873 National Association Pitching Leaders". baseball-reference.com. Retrieved August 29, 2020.
  4. ^ "Al Spalding Stats". baseball-reference.com. Retrieved August 29, 2020.
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