1925 MLB season (Jayverse)

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The 1925 MLB Season is the 25th Season for Major League Baseball, And is also the last season of the 16 team era of MLB.

Notable Draft Choices

New York Yankees draft Jumbo Brown (SP)

Boston Red Sox draft Ed Carroll (SP)

New York Yankees draft Spud Chandler (SP)

Chicago Cubs draft Harry Child (RP)

Chicago Cubs draft Ken Douglas (RP)

New York Yankees draft Uel Eubanks (RP)

Philadelphia Athletics draft Jimmie Foxx (C)

Pittsburgh Pirates draft Larry French (SP)

Chicago Cubs draft Hal Gardner (RP)

Boston Red Sox draft Wally Hebert (SP)

St. Louis Cardinals draft Clarence Heise (SP)


AL: Detroit Tigers (93-69), Philadelphia Athletics (90-72), Cleveland Indians (87-75), Washington Senators (83-79), Boston Red Sox (79-83), St. Louis Browns (75-87), Chicago White Sox (72-90), New York Yankees (69-93)

NL: St. Louis Cardinals (91-71), Boston Braves (88-74), Cincinnati Reds (86-76), Brooklyn Dodgers (85-77), Philadelphia Phillies (82-80), Pittsburgh Pirates (80-82), Chicago Cubs (69-93), New York Giants (67-95)

World Series: Detroit Tigers def. St. Louis Cardinals 4-2

League Leaders

Batting Average - Rogers Hornsby (STL) .409

Home Runs - William Rumler (CLE)

RBI - Bill Lamar (PHA) 103

Stolen Bases - Sergio Garcia (PIT) 32

On Base + Slugging % - Wally Kimmick (PHA) 1.009

ERA - Jim Lyle (WAS) 2.41

Wins - Danny Solario (STL) 25

Strikeouts - Clay Roe (BOS) 180