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The following are the baseball events of the year 1895 throughout the world.  

Contents

Champions

Statistical leaders

National League final standings

Rank Club Wins Losses Win %   GB
1st Baltimore Orioles 87   43 .669     --
2nd Cleveland Spiders 84   46 .646   3.0
3rd Philadelphia Phillies 78   53 .595   9.5
4th Chicago Colts 72   58 .554   15.0
5th Brooklyn Grooms 71   60 .542   16.5
5th Boston Beaneaters 71   60 .542   16.5
7th Pittsburgh Pirates 71   61 .538   17.0
8th Cincinnati Reds 66   64 .508   21.0
9th New York Giants 66   65 .504   21.5
10th Washington Senators 43   85 ..336   21.5
11th St. Louis Browns 39   92 .298   48.5
12th Louisville Colonels 35   96 .267   52.5

Births

Deaths

  • January 15 - Ed Silch, 29, pitcher for the 1888 Brooklyn Bridegrooms
  • January 29 - Tony Suck, 36, catcher for two seasons, in both the National League and the Union Association, 1883-1884.
  • April 18 - Henry Myers, 36, shortstop/manager for the 1882 Baltimore Orioles. Also played parts of two others seasons in the Majors.
  • April 21 - Jim Tipper, 45, outfielder for the three seasons in the National Association.
  • September 29 - George Tebeau, 33, an outfielder with the Cincinnati Red Stockings and Toledo Maumees in the American Association and for the Washington Senators and Cleveland Spiders of the National League, who later became the owner of the Kansas City Blues American Association franchise.
  • October 3 - Harry Wright, 60, organizer of baseball's first professional team, the 1869 Cincinnati Red Stockings, and the first major league manager to record 1000 victories
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