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The following are the baseball events of the year 1907 throughout the world.  

Contents

Champions

Awards and honors

Statistical leaders

  American League National League
Type Name Stat Name Stat
AVG Ty Cobb .350 Honus Wagner .350
HR Dave Brain 13 Harry Lumley 9
Wins Addie Joss &
Doc White
27 Christy Mathewson 24
ERA Ed Walsh 1.60 Jack Pfiester 1.15

Major league baseball final standings

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American League final standings

American League
Club Wins Losses Win %   GB
Detroit Tigers 92 58 .613 --
Philadelphia Athletics 88 57 .607 1.5
Chicago White Sox 87 64 .576 5.5
Cleveland Naps 85 67 .559 8
New York Highlanders 70 78 .473 21
St. Louis Browns 69 83 .454 24
Boston Americans 59 90 .396 32.5
Washington Senators 49 102 .325 43.5

National League final standings

National League
Club Wins Losses Win %   GB
Chicago Cubs 107 45 .704 --
Pittsburgh Pirates 91 63 .591 17
Philadelphia Phillies 83 64 .565 21.5
New York Giants 82 71 .536 25.5
Brooklyn Superbas 65 83 .439 40
Cincinnati Reds 66 87 .431 41.5
Boston Braves 58 90 .392 47
St. Louis Cardinals 52 101 .340 55.5

Events

Births

January-April

May-August

September-December

Deaths

  • January 16 - Jake Evans, 50, right fielder for seven seasons; 1879 through 1885.
  • March 28 - Chick Stahl, 34, outfielder for Boston teams in the NL and AL, and manager of the Red Sox since August, who batted .305 lifetime; had three triples in 1903 World Series, led AL in triples in 1904
  • April 21 - Nat Hicks, 62, New York Mutuals catcher for 4 seasons.
  • June 20 - Ezra Sutton, 56, third baseman for Boston who led NL in hits in 1884, was fifth player to collect 1000 hits; batted .300 three times in National Association and four times in NL
  • September 23 - Charlie Buffinton, 46, pitcher for Boston and Philadelphia teams who won 233 games, including 48 for the 1884 Boston Beaneaters

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