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1903 Boston Americans season

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1903 Boston Americans
World Series Champions
American League Champions
Boston Americans (sitting) and Pittsburgh Pirates (standing) at the 1903 World Series
Boston Americans (sitting) and Pittsburgh Pirates (standing) at the 1903 World Series
LeagueAmerican League
BallparkHuntington Avenue Grounds
CityBoston, Massachusetts
Record91–47 (.659)
League place1st
OwnersHenry Killilea
ManagersJimmy Collins
StatsESPN.com
BB-reference
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The 1903 Boston Americans season was the third season for the professional baseball franchise that later became known as the Boston Red Sox. The Americans finished first in the American League (AL) with a record of 91 wins and 47 losses, 14+12 games ahead of the Philadelphia Athletics. Boston went on to participate in the first World Series held between the AL and National League (NL) champions. The Americans won the 1903 World Series in eight games over the Pittsburgh Pirates. The team was managed by Jimmy Collins and played its home games at Huntington Avenue Grounds.

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Offseason and Spring Training

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  • October 6, 1902: It is reported that George Stone will play for the Boston Americans.[1]
  • October 28, 1902: John McGraw, manager of the New York Giants, announces that Jack Warner of the Boston Americans had signed to play for the Giants.[2] This decision came after weeks of speculation as to the future of Jack Warner. In an interview printed on September 25, 1902, Jimmy Collins stated that he had signed Warner to a two-year contract with the Americans the previous month.[3] On October 13, 1902, Jimmy Collins had gone to New York after hearing reports that Warner had jumped to the New York Giants.[4]
  • March 18, 1903: Catcher Charles "Duke" Farrell announces that that he has accepted an offer to play for the Boston Americans.[5]

Prior to the regular season, the team held spring training in Macon, Georgia.[6][7] Cy Young was a coach for the Mercer University baseball team, also based in Macon.[8][9]

The Boston Americans played an exhibition game against Mercer University (with Cy Young pitching for Mercer) on March 23; the outcome being a 13─2 victory for Boston.[10]

Regular Season Overview

April 20 ─ Boston Vs. Philadelphia

April 20 (Game 1): Philadelphia 4 ─ Boston 9[11] The Boston Americans began the season with a 9─4 victory over the Philadelphia Athletics. Philadelphia pitcher Rube Waddell struck out the first four batters he faced. The Athletics scored first in the third inning; Ossee Schreckengost batted into what seemed to be a double play, but the throw to first base went into the bleachers allowing Schreckengost to score. The Athletics scored again in the fourth inning, but the Boston Americans responded by scoring five in their half of the inning, giving them the lead that would not be relinquished.

WP: George Winter

LP: Rube Waddell

April 20 (Game 2): Philadelphia 10 ─ Boston 7[11] Cy Young began the game effectively, allowing only one opposing batter to reach first base for the first six innings. The Boston offense was also strong for the first six innings, scoring a total of six runs. Yet Philadelphia was able to tie the game in the seventh inning, scoring six runs off of Young. Philadelphia then took the lead in the eighth inning with a run scored, and scored three more in the ninth to give them ten runs. Boston could only score one more in the ninth; a single by Chick Stahl led to him being driven home by a double hit by Buck Freeman, giving Boston a total of seven runs.

WP: Charles Bender

LP: Cy Young

April 22: Boston 1 ─ Philadelphia 6[12]

The Boston Americans lost their first game away from home at Philadelphia. Rube Waddell's pitching stopped Boston from making gains; the only run scored by Boston came in the eighth inning, Farrell scoring off of a single hit by Collins, which tied the game with one run each. Philadelphia replied by scoring five in their half of the inning, giving the final score of 6─1.

WP: Rube Waddell (10K; )

LP: Bill Dinneen

April 23: Boston 4 ─ Philadelphia 7[13]

Philadelphia took the lead in the second inning; Seybold hit a double and was driven in by a single hit by Murphy, Murphy then scored on a single to left field hit by Cross, and Cross came home after Henley hit to center field, giving Philadelphia three runs. Boston managed to load the bases in the third inning, allowing Winter to score after three consecutive walks. Pickering scored for the Athletics in the fourth, Davis for the Athletics in the fifth, with Murphy and Pickering scoring in the sixth to give the Athletics a total of seven runs.

More runs came for Boston in the seventh and eighth innings. Collins hit a triple in the seventh to score Farrell and Dougherty; Parent scored in the eighth off of a single hit by Ferris. This gave the total of runs scored by Boston at four.

WP: Weldon Henley

LP: George Winter

April 24: Boston 2 ─ Philadelphia 1[14]

A pitcher's duel between Cy Young and Eddie Plank led to a 2─1 victory for Boston. The only run scored by Philadelphia was by Seybold, who scored a run on a wild pitch thrown by Young in the first inning. Boston scored in the third inning on a double hit by Ferris, who advanced to third on a sacrifice fly hit by Farrell, then came home on a wild pitch thrown by Plank. Boston then took the lead in the fourth inning after Freeman doubled to left and was then driven home on a double to right center hit by Parent.

WP: Cy Young

LP: Eddie Plank

April 25: Boston 4 ─ Philadelphia 0[15]

The Boston Americans, led by the pitching of Tom Hughes, shutout Philadelphia.

Freeman and LaChance scored for Boston in the second inning; Parent scored the third run in the fourth inning, and the fourth run in the eighth.

WP: Tom Hughes

LP: Rube Waddell

April 27: Boston 3 ─ Washington 6[16]

The game between Boston and Washington was a close one throughout until the final inning of the game won it for Washington.

Boston's runs came in the first and third innings. In the first inning Dougherty was driven home on a hit by Collins; this was repeated in the third inning, with Dougherty scoring on a double hit by Collins, whilst Collins himself was driven home on a hit by Freeman. Washington's runs came in the first, fifth, and eighth innings. Washington scored once in the first inning and once in the fifth inning but scored four runs in the eighth to give them the victory over Boston.

WP: Al Orth

LP: Bill Dineen

April 28: Boston 11 ─ Washington 4[17]

Boston's offense exploded to take a convincing win over Washington. After scoring a run each in the first and second innings, Boston scored four runs in the fourth: Ferris hit a single to drive in Parent, but was tagged in between first and second base; Criger walked to first and Young had a hit to left, Dougherty then hit a home run to drive in three runs. Boston then scored three runs in the sixth and two in the seventh to give them their final run tally of eleven.

Washington scored three runs off of a hit by Holmes in the sixth inning and one more in the ninth to bring their total to four.

WP: Cy Young

LP: Wyatt Lee

April 29: Boston 5 ─ Washington 9[18]

Boston ended its series in Washington with a defeat. Washington scored a run in the first inning but Boston equalled the score in the second inning; Washington took the lead in the second inning, scoring two runs to take the lead.

WP: Casey Patton

LP: Norwood Gibson

April 30: Philadelphia 12 ─ Boston 2[19]

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Philadelphia 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 3 4
Boston
April
May

May 1: Philadelphia 2 ─ Boston 4[20]

May 2: Philadelphia 3 ─ Boston 0[21]

May 4: Washington 4 ─ Boston 6[22]

May 6: Washington 3 ─ Boston 6[23]

May 7: New York 2 ─ Boston 6[24]

May 8: New York 6 ─ Boston 1[25]

May 9: New York 5 ─ Boston 12[26]

May 11: Boston 5 ─ Cleveland 6[27]

May 12: Boston 10 ─ Cleveland 5[28]

May 13: Boston 1 ─ Cleveland 2[29]

May 14: Boston 10 ─ Cleveland 4[30]

May 15: Boston 6 ─ Detroit 8[31]

May 16: Boston 9 ─ Detroit 6[32]

May 18: Boston 1 ─ Detroit 12[33]

May 19: Boston 3 ─ Detroit 2[34]

May 20: Boston 3 ─ St. Louis 4[35]

May 22: Boston 4 ─ St. Louis 6[36]

May 23: Boston 4 ─ Chicago 1[37]

May 24: Boston 7 ─ Chicago 0[38]

May 26: Boston 2 ─ Chicago 3[39]

May 28: Washington 4 ─ Boston 5[40]

May 29: Washington 2 ─ Boston 7[41]

May 30 (Game 1): Washington 2 ─ Boston 3[42]

May 30 (Game 2): Washington 0 ─ Boston 4[42]

June

June 1: Boston 8 ─ New York 2[43]

June 2: Boston 9 ─ New York 0[44]

June 3: Boston 9 ─ New York 3[45]

June 4: Chicago 3 ─ Boston 10[46]

June 5: Chicago 8 ─ Boston 10[47]

June 6: Chicago 2 ─ Boston 10[48]

June 8: Detroit 1 ─ Boston 6[49]

June 9: Detroit 7 ─ Boston 3[50]

June 10: Detroit 5 ─ Boston 0[51]

June 11: St. Louis 0 ─ Boston 2[52]

June 13: St. Louis 0 ─ Boston 7[53]

June 16: Cleveland 7 ─ Boston 0[54]

June 17 (Game 1): Cleveland 3 ─ Boston 1[55]

June 17 (Game 2): Cleveland 1 ─ Boston 6[55]

June 18: Boston 4 ─ Cleveland 5[56]

June 19: Boston 5 ─ Cleveland 3[57]

June 20: Boston 5 ─ Cleveland 4[58]

June 21: Boston 12 ─ Cleveland 7[59]

June 23: Boston 1 ─ Detroit 0[60]

June 24: Boston 1 ─ Detroit 2[61]

June 25: Boston 7 ─ St. Louis 1[62]

June 27: Boston 6 ─ St. Louis 0[63]

June 28 (Game 1): Boston 1 ─ St. Louis 0[64]

June 28 (Game 2): Boston 3 ─ St. Louis 0[64]

June 29: Boston 7 ─ Chicago 2[65]

June 30: Boston 3 ─ Chicago 10[66]

July

July 1: Boston 1 ─ Chicago 0[67]

July 2: Boston 2 ─ Chicago 6[68]

July 4 (Game 1): St. Louis 1 ─ Boston 4[69]

July 4 (Game 2): St. Louis 0 ─ Boston 2[69]

July 6: St. Louis 6 ─ Boston 8[70]

July 7: St. Louis 3 ─ Boston 2[71]

July 8: Chicago 1 ─ Boston 6[72]

July 9: Chicago 3 ─ Boston 5[73]

July 10: Chicago 8 ─ Boston 4[74]

July 11: Chicago 5 ─ Boston 8[75]

July 14: Cleveland 4 ─ Boston 3[76]

July 15 (Game 1): Cleveland 3 ─ Boston 4[77]

July 15 (Game 2): Cleveland 4 ─ Boston 2[77]

July 16: Cleveland 4 ─ Boston 11[78]

July 17: Detroit 0 ─ Boston 1[79]

July 18: Detroit 3 ─ Boston 5[80]

July 20: Detroit 3 ─ Boston 2[81]

July 23 (Game 1): Boston 6 ─ New York 1[82]

July 23 (Game 2): Boston 2 ─ New York 4[82]

July 24: Boston 8 ─ New York 2[83]

July 25: Boston 7 ─ New York 5[84]

July 27: New York 0 ─ Boston 5[85]

July 28: New York 0 ─ Boston 3[86]

July 29: New York 15 ─ Boston 14[87]

July 30: New York 12 ─ Boston 1[88]

July 31: Boston 4 ─ Washington 4[89]

August

August 1 (Game 1): Boston 0 ─ Washington 1[90]

August 1 (Game 2): Boston 5 ─ Washington 1[90]

August 3: Boston 2 ─ Washington 5[91]

August 5: Boston 3 ─ Philadelphia 0[92]

August 6: Boston 3 ─ Philadelphia 4[93]

August 7: Boston 11 ─ Philadelphia 3[94]

August 8: Philadelphia 6 ─ Boston 11[95]

August 10: Philadelphia 2 ─ Boston 7[96]

August 11: Philadelphia 1 ─ Boston 5[97]

August 13 (Game 1): Boston 3 ─ Detroit 1[98]

August 13 (Game 2): Boston 1 ─ Detroit 10[98]

August 14: Boston 6 ─ Detroit 3[99]

August 15: Boston 6 ─ Detroit 3[100]

August 17: Boston 3 ─ Cleveland 9[101]

August 18: Boston 10 ─ Cleveland 2[102]

August 19: Boston 4 ─ Chicago 3[103]

August 20: Boston 5 ─ Chicago 9[104]

August 21: Boston 11 ─ Chicago 3[105]

August 22: Boston 1 ─ St. Louis 2[106]

August 23 (Game 1): Boston 5 ─ St. Louis 3[107]

August 23 (Game 2): Boston 4 ─ St. Louis 2[107]

August 24: Boston 1 ─ St. Louis 5[108]

August 26: Boston 3 ─ Philadelphia 0[109]

August 27: Boston 4 ─ Philadelphia 2[110]

August 29 (Game 1): Boston 3 ─ Washington 2[111]

August 29 (Game 2): Boston 1 ─ Washington 1[111]

August 31 (Game 1): Boston 1 ─ Washington 2[112]

August 31 (Game 2): Boston 5 ─ Washington 2[112]

September

September 1: Boston 2 ─ Washington 1[113]

September 3: Philadelphia 5 ─ Boston 6[114]

September 5: Philadelphia 1 ─ Boston 12[115]

September 7 (Game 1): Boston 4 ─ New York 0[116]

September 7 (Game 2): Boston 0 ─ New York 5[116]

September 8: Boston 0 ─ New York 1[117]

September 9 (Game 1): Washington 4 ─ Boston 9[118]

September 9 (Game 2): Washington 2 ─ Boston 3[118]

September 10: Washington 0 ─ Boston 3[119]

September 11: Washington 1 ─ Boston 2[120]

September 12: New York 1 ─ Boston 10[121]

September 14: New York 4 ─ Boston 2[122]

September 15: New York 3 ─ Boston 12[123]

September 16: Cleveland 7 ─ Boston 14[124]

September 17: Cleveland 3 ─ Boston 14[125]

September 18: Cleveland 6 ─ Boston 7[126]

September 19: Chicago 3 ─ Boston 13[127]

September 21: Chicago 3 ─ Boston 4[128]

September 22: Chicago 7 ─ Boston 0[129]

September 23 (Game 1): Detroit 5 ─ Boston 4[130]

September 23 (Game 2): Detroit 8 ─ Boston 2[130]

September 24: Detroit 2 ─ Boston 8[131]

September 25: Detroit 6 ─ Boston 6[132]

September 26 (Game 1): St. Louis 6 ─ Boston 2[133]

September 26 (Game 2): St. Louis 2 ─ Boston 8[133]

September 28 (Game 1): St. Louis 7 ─ Boston 8[134]

September 28 (Game 2): St. Louis 0 ─ Boston 6[134]

  • May 12: After a slow start to the season, the team has a winning record for the first time, at 10–9, with a 10–5 win over the Cleveland Naps at League Park in Cleveland.
  • June 1: With a 20–15 record, Boston moves into first place in the AL, a half-game ahead of the St. Louis Browns.[135]
  • June 9: The team's longest winning streak of the season, 11 games between May 28 and June 8, comes to an end with a loss to the visiting Detroit Tigers.[136]
  • June 16: With a 28–18 record, Boston falls a game behind Philadelphia in the AL standings.[137]
  • June 21: Buck Freeman is the first player in franchise history to hit for the cycle, in a road win at Cleveland.[138]
  • June 23: With a 33–20 record, Boston regains the AL lead,[139] which they will not relinquish through the end of the season.
  • June 30: Nick Altrock starts and pitches eight innings in a 10–3 road loss to the Chicago White Sox;[136] these are the only innings in the entire season not pitched by members of the five-man rotation, led by Cy Young.
  • July 29: Patsy Dougherty hits for the cycle against the visiting New York Highlanders.[138] It is also Boston's highest scoring game of the year, a 15–14 loss.[136]
  • September 28: The season ends with a home doubleheader against the Browns, with Boston winning both games; 8–7 and 6–0.[136]

The team's longest losing streak was three games, which occurred twice; April 20–23 and September 22–23. The team's longest game was 12 innings, which occurred three times.

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Statistical leaders

The offense was led by Buck Freeman, who hit 13 home runs and had 104 RBIs, and Patsy Dougherty with a .331 batting average. It was Freeman's third consecutive season with at least 100 RBIs. The pitching staff was led by Cy Young, who made 40 appearances (35 starts) and pitched 34 complete games with a 28–9 record and 2.08 ERA, while striking out 176 in 341+23 innings. The team had two other 20-game winners; Bill Dinneen (21–13) and Tom Hughes (20–7).

Season Log

Boston Win Boston Loss Tie Game
1903 Boston Americans Season Log: 91─47─3
April: 4─6
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Record Box Score
1 April 20 (1) Philadelphia 4─9 Winter (1–0) Waddell (0–1) 1─0 [144]
2 April 20 (2) Philadelphia 10─7 Bender (1─0) Hughes (0─1) 1─1 [145]
3 April 22 @Philadelphia 1─6 Waddell (1─1) Dinneen (0─1) 1─2 [146]
4 April 23 @Philadelphia 4─7 Henley (1─0) Winter (1–0) 1─3 [147]
5 April 24 @Philadelphia 1─2 Young (1─0) Plank (0─1) 2─3 [148]
6 April 25 @Philadelphia 0─4 Hughes (1─1) Waddell (1–2) 3─3 [149]
7 April 27 @Washington 3─6 Orth (2─0) Dinneen (0─2) 3─4 [150]
8 April 28 @Washington 11─4 Young (2─0) Lee (0─2) 4─4 [151]
9 April 29 @Washington 5─9 Patten (2─0) Gibson (0─1) 4─5 [152]
10 April 30 Philadelphia 12─2 Plank (1─1) Winter (1─2) 4─6 [153]
May: 15─9
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Record Box Score
11 May 1 Philadelphia 2─4 Dinneen (1─2) Bender (2─1) 5─6 [154]
12 May 2 Philadelphia 3─0 Plank (2─1) Young (2─1) 5─7 [155]
13 May 4 Washington 4─6 Hughes (2─1) Patten (2─1) 6─7 [156]
14 May 6 Washington 3─6 Young (3─1) Lee (0─3) 7─7 [157]
15 May 7 New York 2─6 Dinneen (2─2) Wiltse (0─1) 8─7 [158]
16 May 8 New York 6─1 Chesbro (4─1) Winter (1─3) 8─8 [159]
17 May 9 New York 5─12 Young (4─1)  Tannehill (2─2) 9─8 [160]
18 May 11 @Cleveland 5─6 Bernhard (3─1) Dinneen (2─3) 9─9 [161]
19 May 12 @Cleveland 10─5 Dinneen (3─3) Wright (0─2) 10─9 [162]
20 May 13 @Cleveland 1─2 Joss (3─2) Young (4─2) 10─10 [163]
21 May 14 @Cleveland 10─4 Gibson (1─1) Moore (1─3) 11─10 [164]
22 May 15 @Detroit 6─8  Kitson (1─3) Hughes (2─2) 11─11 [165]
23 May 16 @Detroit 9─6 Young (5─2) Jones (0─1) 12─11 [166]
24 May 18 @Detroit 1─12 Donovan (5─1) Gibson (1─2) 12─12 [167]
25 May 19 @Detroit 3─2 Dinneen (4─3) Mullin (4─3) 13─12 [168]
26 May 20 @St. Louis 3─4 Sudhoff (4─1) Young (5─3) 13─13 [169]
27 May 22 @St. Louis 4─6 Siever (2─3) Winter (1─4) 13─14 [170]
28 May 23 @Chicago 4─1 Dinneen (5─3) White (3─3) 14─14 [171]
29 May 24 @Chicago 7─0 Young (6─3) Flaherty (4─5) 15─14 [172]
30 May 26 @Chicago 2─3 Dunkle (2─1) Hughes (2─3) 15─15 [173]
31 May 28 Washington 4─5 Winter (2─4) Wilson (1─5) 16─15 [174]
32 May 29 Washington 2─7 Dinneen (6─3) Lee (1─6) 17─15 [175]
33 May 30 (1) Washington 2─3 Gibson (2─2) Orth (3─4) 18─15 [176]
34 May 30 (2) Washington 0─4 Young (7─3) Patten (5─4) 19─15 [177]
June: 19─7
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Record Box Score
35 June 1 @New York 8─2 Hughes (3─3) Chesbro (6─5) 20─15 [178]
36 June 2 @New York 9─0 Dinneen (7─3)  Tannehill (6─4) 21─15 [179]
37 June 3 @New York 9─3 Young (8─3) Griffith (1─5) 22─15 [180]
38 June 4 Chicago 3─10 Winter (3─4) Dunkle (2─2) 23─15 [181]
39 June 5 Chicago 8─10 Gibson (3─2) Patterson (6─3) 24─15 [182]
40 June 6 Chicago 2─10 Dinneen (8─3) Flaherty (5─7) 25─15 [183]
41 June 8 Detroit 1─6 Young (9─3) Deering (2─2) 26─15 [184]
42 June 9 Detroit 7─3 Mullin (6─5) Young (9─4) 26─16 [185]
43 June 10 Detroit 5─0 Donovan (7─3) Dinneen (8─4) 26─17 [186]
44 June 11 St. Louis 0─2 Hughes (4─3) Sudhoff (7─2) 27─17 [187]
45 June 13 St. Louis 0─7 Young (10─4) Powell (3─7) 28─17 [188]
46 June 16 Cleveland 7─0 Dorner (2─2) Dinneen (8─5) 28─18 [189]
47 June 17 (1) Cleveland 3─1 Moore (7─3) Gibson (3─3) 28─19 [190]
48 June 17 (2) Cleveland 1─6 Hughes (5─3) Joss (6─7) 29─19 [191]
49 June 18 @Cleveland 4─5 Bernhard (8─3) Winter (3─5) 29─20 [192]
50 June 19 @Cleveland 5─3 Dinneen (9─5) Wright (3─5) 30─20 [193]
51 June 20 @Cleveland 5─4 Gibson (4─3) Moore (7─4) 31─20 [194]
52 June 21 @Cleveland 12─7 Hughes (6─3) Dorner (2─3) 32─20 [195]
53 June 23 @Detroit 1─0 Young (11─4) Donovan (7─5) 33─20 [196]
54 June 24 @Detroit 1─2 Deering (3─3) Dinneen (9─6) 33─21 [197]
55 June 25 @St. Louis 7─1 Winter (4─5) Siever (4─4) 34─21 [198]
56 June 27 @St. Louis 6─0 Norwood (5─3) Sudhoff (8─4) 35─21 [199]
57 June 28 (1) @St. Louis 1─0 Young (12─4)  Donahue (8─6) 36─21 [200]
58 June 28 (2) @St. Louis 3─0 Hughes (7─3) Powell (5─8) 37─21 [201]
59 June 29 @Chicago 7─2 Dinneen (10─6) Dunkle (3─3) 38─21 [202]
60 June 30 @Chicago 3─10 White (7─7) Altrock (0─1) 38─22 [203]
July: 16─9─1
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Record Box Score
61 July 1 @Chicago 1─0 Young (13─4) Flaherty (8─9) 39─22 [204]
62 July 2 @Chicago 2─6 Owen (3─3) Gibson (5─4) 39─23 [205]
63 July 4 (1) St. Louis 1─4 Hughes (8─3) Siever (4─5) 40─23 [206]
64 July 4 (2) St. Louis 0─2 Dinneen (11─6) Sudhoff (8─6) 41─23 [207]
65 July 6 St. Louis 6─8 Young (14─4) Terry (0─1) 42─23 [208]
66 July 7 St. Louis 3─2 Sudhoff (9─6) Gibson (5─5) 42─24 [209]
67 July 8 Chicago 1─6 Winter (5─5) Altrock (0─2) 43─24 [210]
68 July 9 Chicago 3─5 Dinneen (12─6) Flaherty (8─11) 44─24 [211]
69 July 10 Chicago 8─4 White (9─8) Hughes (8─4) 44─25 [212]
70 July 11 Chicago 5─8 Young (15─4) Dunkle (3─4) 45─25 [213]
71 July 14 Cleveland 4─3 Moore (10─6) Dinneen (12─7) 45─26 [214]
72 July 15 (1) Cleveland 3─4 Young (16─4) Joss (9─10) 46─26 [215]
73 July 15 (2) Cleveland 4─2 Bernhard (13─4) Winter (5─6) 46─27 [216]
74 July 16 Cleveland 4─11 Hughes (9─4) Dorner (3─5) 47─27 [217]
75 July 17 Detroit 0─1 Gibson (6─5) Donovan (12─6) 48─27 [218]
76 July 18 Detroit 3─5 Young (17─4) Mullin (11─9) 49─27 [219]
77 July 20 Detroit 3─2 Kisinger (2─1) Winter (5─7) 49─28 [220]
78 July 23 (1) @New York 6─1 Young (18─4) Chesbro (11─12) 50─28 [221]
79 July 23 (2) @New York 2─4 Deering (4─4) Hughes (9─5) 50─29 [222]
80 July 24 @Yankees 8─2 Gibson (7─5) Griffith (8─2) 51─29 [223]
81 July 25 @New York 7─5 Winter (6─7)  Tannehill (10─9) 52─29 [224]
82 July 27 New York 0─5 Dinneen (13─7) Deering (4─5) 53─29 [225]
83 July 28 New York 0─3 Hughes (10─5) Griffith (8─9) 54─29 [226]
84 July 29 New York 15─14  Howell (4─1) Young (18─5) 54─30 [227]
85 July 30 New York 12─1 Deering (5─5) Gibson (7─6) 54─31 [228]
86 July 31 @Washington 4─4 54─31─1 [229]
August: 18─9─1
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Record Box Score
87 August 1 (1) @Washington 0─1 Wilson (6─10) Young (18─6) 54─32─1 [230]
88 August 1 (2) @Washington 5─1 Hughes (11─5) Dunkle (5─7) 55─32─1 [231]
89 August 3 @Washington 2─5 Orth (8─14) Gibson (7─7) 55─33─1 [232]
90 August 5 @Philadelphia 3─0 Dinneen (14─7) Waddell (19─12) 56─33─1 [233]
91 August 6 @Philadelphia 3─4 Bender (13─9) Young (18─7) 56─34─1 [234]
92 August 7 @Philadelphia 11─3 Hughes (12─5) Plank (15─9) 57─34─1 [235]
93 August 8 Philadelphia 6─11 Dinneen (15─7) Henley (6─7) 58─34─1 [236]
94 August 10 Philadelphia 2─7 Young (19─7) Plank (15─10) 59─34─1 [237]
95 August 11 Philadelphia 1─5 Hughes (13─5) Waddell (19─13) 60─34─1 [238]
96 August 13 (1) @Detroit 3─1 Dinneen (16─7) Mullin (12─11) 61─34─1 [239]
97 August 13 (2) @Detroit 1─10  Kitson (11─10) Gibson (7─8) 61─35─1 [240]
98 August 14 @Detroit 6─3 Young (20─7) Donovan (15─9) 62─35─1 [241]
99 August 15 @Detroit 6─3 Hughes (14─5) Skopec (0─1) 63─35─1 [242]
100 August 17 @Cleveland 3─9 Joss (15─13) Dinneen (16─8) 63─36─1 [243]
101 August 18 @Cleveland 10─2 Young (21─7)  Donahue (10─10) 64─36─1 [244]
102 August 19 @Chicago 4─3 Dinneen (17─8) White (15─12) 65─36─1 [245]
103 August 20 @Chicago 5─9 Altrock (2─3) Hughes (14─6) 65─37─1 [246]
104 August 21 @Chicago 11─3 Young (22─7) Patterson (11─10) 66─37─1 [247]
105 August 22 @St. Louis 1─2 Pelty (1─0) Dinneen (17─9) 66─38─1 [248]
106 August 23 (1) @St. Louis 5─3 Hughes (15─6) Siever (8─12) 67─38─1 [249]
107 August 23 (2) @St. Louis 4─2 Young (23─7) Sudhoff (19─10) 68─38─1 [250]
108 August 24 @St. Louis 1─5 Powell (10─16) Gibson (7─9) 68─39─1 [251]
109 August 26 @Philadelphia 3─0 Dinneen (18─9) Bender (14─13) 69─39─1 [252]
110 August 27 @Philadelphia 4─2 Hughes (16─6) Plank (17─13) 70─39─1 [253]
111 August 29 (1) @Philadelphia 3─2 Young (24─7) Lee (6─8) 71─39─1 [254]
112 August 29 (2) @Philadelphia 1─1 71─39─2 [255]
113 August 31 (1) @Washington 1─2 Patten (9─18) Dinneen (18─10) 71─40─2 [256]
114 August 31 (2) @Washington 5─2 Gibson (8─9) Dunkle (7─10) 72─40─2 [257]
September: 19─7─1
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Record Box Score
115 September 1 @Washington 2─1 Hughes (17─6) Orth (9─19) 73─40─2 [258]
116 September 3 Philadelphia 5─6 Young (25─7) Henley (7─8) 74─40─2 [259]
117 September 5 Philadelphia 1─12 Dinneen (19─10) Coakley (0─3) 75─40─2 [260]
118 September 7 (1) @New York 4─0 Hughes (18─6) Chesbro (17─15) 76─40─2 [261]
119 September 7 (2) @New York 0─5  Tannehill (15─12) Young (25─8) 76─41─2 [262]
120 September 8 @New York 0─1 Deering (6─6) Dinneen (19─11) 76─42─2 [263]
121 September 9 (1) Washington 4─9 Hughes (19─6) Patten (10─19) 77─42─2 [264]
122 September 9 (2) Washington 2─3 Winter (7─7) Lee (6─10) 78─42─2 [265]
123 September 10 Washington 0─3 Young (26─8) Orth (9─21) 79─42─2 [266]
124 September 11 Washington 1─2 Gibson (9─9) Dunkle (7─12) 80─42─2 [267]
125 September 12 New York 1─10 Hughes (20─6) Deering (6─7) 81─42─2 [268]
126 September 14 New York 4─2 Chesbro (19─15) Dinneen (19─12) 81─43─2 [269]
127 September 15 New York 3─12 Young (27─8)  Tannehill (15─14) 82─43─2 [270]
128 September 16 Cleveland 7─14 Gibson (10─9) Donahue (14─14) 83─43─2 [271]
129 September 17 Cleveland 3─14 Winter (8─7) Rhoads (6─10) 84─43─2 [272]
130 September 18 Cleveland 6─7 Dinneen (20─12) Killian (3─3) 85─43─2 [273]
131 September 19 Chicago 3─13 Young (28─8) Flaherty (11─24) 86─43─2 [274]
132 September 21 Chicago 3─4 Gibson (11─9) Patterson (14─14) 87─43─2 [275]
133 September 22 Chicago 7─0 Altrock (3─3) Hughes (20─7) 87─44─2 [276]
134 September 23 (1) Detroit 5─4 Donovan (17─16) Dinneen (20─13) 87─45─2 [277]
135 September 23 (2) Detroit 8─2 Mullin (18─15) Winter (8─8) 87─46─2 [278]
136 September 24 Detroit 2─8 Gibson (12─9) Kisinger (7─9) 88─46─2 [279]
137 September 25 Detroit 6─6 88─46─3 [280]
138 September 26 (1) St. Louis 6─2 Siever (13─14) Young (28─9) 88─47─3 [281]
139 September 26 (2) St. Louis 2─8 Winter (9─8) Wright (6─15) 89─47─3 [282]
140 September 28 (1) St. Louis 7─8 Gibson (13─9) Powell (15─19) 90─47─3 [283]
141 September 28 (2) St. Louis 0─6 Dinneen (21─13) Sudhoff (21─15) 91─47─3 [284]

Statistics

American League W L Pct. GB Home Road
Boston Americans 91 47 0.659 49–20 42–27
Philadelphia Athletics 75 60 0.556 14½ 44–21 31–39
Cleveland Naps 77 63 0.550 15 49–25 28–38
New York Highlanders 72 62 0.537 17 41–26 31–36
Detroit Tigers 65 71 0.478 25 37–28 28–43
St. Louis Browns 65 74 0.468 26½ 38–32 27–42
Chicago White Stockings 60 77 0.438 30½ 41–28 19–49
Washington Senators 43 94 0.314 47½ 29–40 14–54

The team had three games end in a tie; July 31 at Washington, August 29 at Washington, and September 25 vs. Detroit.[136] Tie games are not counted in league standings, but player statistics during tie games are counted.[285]

Record vs. opponents


Sources: [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8]
Team BOS CWS CLE DET NYH PHA SLB WSH
Boston 14–6 12–8 10–9–1 13–7 13–6 14–6 15–5–2
Chicago 6–14 10–10 10–9 7–11–1 6–14 9–11 12–8
Cleveland 8–12 10–10 9–11 14–6 9–11 11–9 16–4
Detroit 9–10–1 9–10 11–9 10–9 11–9 6–14 9–10
New York 7–13 11–7–1 6–14 9–10 10–8–1 15–5 14–5
Philadelphia 6–13 14–6 11–9 9–11 8–10–1 11–8 16–3–1
St. Louis 6–14 11–9 9–11 14–6 5–15 8–11 12–8
Washington 5–15–2 8–12 4–16 10–9 5–14 3–16–1 8–12

Opening Day lineup

Patsy Dougherty LF
Jimmy Collins 3B
Chick Stahl CF
Buck Freeman RF
Freddy Parent SS
Candy LaChance 1B
Hobe Ferris 2B
Duke Farrell C
George Winter P

Source:[286][287]

Roster

1903 Boston Americans
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders

Other batters

Manager

Red Sox Debuts

Name Position Date Game Source
Duke Farrell Catcher 4/20/1903 Vs. Philadelphia [288]
George Stone Pinch Hitter 4/20/1903 Vs. Philadelphia [289]
Jack O'Brien Pinch Hitter 4/23/1903 @ Philadelphia [290]
Norwood Gibson Pitcher 4/29/1903 @ Washington [291]
Aleck Smith Catcher 5/12/1903 @ Cleveland [292]
Jake Stahl Catcher 6/6/1903 Vs. Chicago [293]


Player stats

Batting

Note: Pos = Position; G = Games Played; AB = At Bats; R = Runs; H = Hits; 2B = Doubles; 3B = Triples; HR = Home Runs; RBI = Runs Batted In; AVG = Batting Average; OPB = On Base Percentage; SLG = Slugging Percentage.

Starters by Position

Pos Player G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI AVG OBP SLG Reference
C Lou Criger 96 316 41 61 7 10 3 31 .193 .259 .307 [294]
1B Candy LaChance 141 523 60 134 22 6 1 53 .256 .302 .327 [295]
2B Hobe Ferris 141 524 69 132 19 7 9 69 .252 .285 .366 [296]
SS Freddy Parent 139 560 83 170 31 17 4 80 .304 .323 .441 [297]
3B Jimmy Collins 130 540 88 160 33 17 5 71 .295 .327 .446 [298]
OF Buck Freeman 141 566 74 163 39 20 13 106 .288 .331 .496 [299]
OF Patsy Dougherty 139 589 107 195 19 12 4 59 .331 .377 .424 [300]
OF Chick Stahl 77 298 60 82 12 6 2 43 .275 .341 .376 [301]

Other Batters

Note: G = Games Played; AB = At Bats; R = Runs; H = Hits; 2B = Doubles; 3B = Triples; HR = Home Runs; RBI = Runs Batted In; AVG = Batting Average; OPB = On Base Percentage; SLG = Slugging Percentage.

Player G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI AVG OBP SLG Reference
Jack O'Brien 96 339 44 71 14 4 3 38 .209 .262 .301 [302]
Jake Stahl 40 92 14 22 3 5 2 8 .239 .278 .446 [303]
Duke Farrell 17 52 5 21 5 1 0 8 .404 .475 .538 [304]
Aleck Smith 11 33 4 10 2 0 0 4 .303 .303 .333 [305]
Harry Gleason 6 13 3 2 1 0 0 2 .154 .154 .231 [306]
George Stone 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 .000 [307]

Pitchers

Note: G = Games Played; AB = At Bats; R = Runs; H = Hits; 2B = Doubles; 3B = Triples; HR = Home Runs; RBI = Runs Batted In; AVG. = Batting Average; OPB = On Base Percentage; SLG = Slugging Percentage.

Player G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI AVG OBP SLG Reference
Cy Young 41 137 21 44 6 3 1 14 .321 .331 .431 [308]
Bill Dinneen 37 107 6 17 2 1 0 8 .159 .237 .196 [309]
Tom Hughes 33 92 14 26 4 2 1 13 .283 .313 .402 [310]
Norwood Gibson 25 64 8 17 2 2 0 4 .266 .319 .359 [311]
George Winter 24 66 7 7 2 0 0 1 .106 .119 .136 [312]
Nick Altrock 1 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 .667 .750 .667 [313]

Pitching

Note: G = Games pitched; IP = Innings pitched; W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; SO = Strikeouts

Starting pitchers

Player G IP W L ERA SO Reference
Cy Young 40 341+23 28 9 2.08 176 [314]
Bill Dinneen 37 299 21 13 2.26 148 [315]
Tom Hughes 33 244+23 20 7 2.57 112 [316]
Norwood Gibson 24 183+13 13 9 3.19 76 [317]
George Winter 24 178+13 9 8 3.08 64 [318]
Nick Altrock 1 8 0 1 9.00 3 [319]


League Leaders

Hitting

Buck Freeman
Candy LaChance
  • MLB Games Played Leader (141).[322]

Pitching

Cy Young

World Series

Boston had an 11-game winning streak from May 28 through June 8,[136] to put themselves in the AL lead. While they briefly fell into second place in mid-June, behind Philadelphia,[326] Boston then won 9-of-10 to recapture the lead, which they held through the end of the season. The Americans met the Pittsburgh Pirates in the first modern World Series, an agreement between the AL and the NL as a post-season tournament. The "Amerks" won the best-of-nine series in eight games; after falling behind, 3–1, they won four games in a row, clinching the championship at their home field, the Huntington Avenue Grounds, in Boston.

The first championship of what is now 9 for the long-running club, the series would be immortalized in the 2004 remake of the team's fight song Tessie by The Dropkick Murphys, honoring the victory over the Pirates in Game 5, helped in part by that song which was adopted as an anthem by a group of team supporters, the Royal Rooters, under saloon owner Michael T. McGreevy.

Summary

Boston won the series, 5–3.

Game Date Score Location Time Attendance 
1 October 1 Pittsburgh Pirates – 7, Boston Americans – 3 Huntington Avenue Grounds 1:55 16,242[327] 
2 October 2 Pittsburgh Pirates – 0, Boston Americans – 3 Huntington Avenue Grounds 1:47 9,415[328] 
3 October 3 Pittsburgh Pirates – 4, Boston Americans – 2 Huntington Avenue Grounds 1:50 18,801[329] 
4 October 6 Boston Americans – 4, Pittsburgh Pirates – 5 Exposition Park 1:30 7,600[330] 
5 October 7 Boston Americans – 11, Pittsburgh Pirates – 2 Exposition Park 2:00 12,322[331] 
6 October 8 Boston Americans – 6, Pittsburgh Pirates – 3 Exposition Park 2:02 11,556[332] 
7 October 10 Boston Americans – 7, Pittsburgh Pirates – 3 Exposition Park 1:45 17,038[333] 
8 October 13 Pittsburgh Pirates – 0, Boston Americans – 3 Huntington Avenue Grounds 1:35 7,455[334]
Huntington Avenue Grounds before the first modern World Series game, Pittsburgh at Boston

See also

References

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