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The following are the baseball events of the year 1910 throughout the world.  

Contents

Champions

Awards and honors

MLB statistical leaders

American League National League
AVG Nap Lajoie CLE .384 Sherry Magee PHI .331
HR Jake Stahl BOS 10 Fred Beck BSB &
Frank Schulte CHC
10
RBIs Sam Crawford DET 120 Sherry Magee PHI 123
Wins Jack Coombs PHA 31 Christy Mathewson NYG 27
ERA Ed Walsh CHW 1.27 King Cole CHC 1.80
Ks Walter Johnson WSH 313 Earl Moore PHI 185

Major league baseball final standings

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American League final standings

American League
Club Wins Losses Win %   GB
Philadelphia Athletics 102 48 .680 --
New York Highlanders 88 63 .583 14.5
Detroit Tigers 86 68 .558 18
Boston Red Sox 81 72 .529 22.5
Cleveland Naps 71 81 .467 32
Chicago White Sox 68 85 .444 35.5
Washington Senators 66 85 .437 36.5
St. Louis Browns 47 107 .305 57

National League final standings

National League
Club Wins Losses Win %   GB
Chicago Cubs 104 50 .675 --
New York Giants 91 63 .591 13
Pittsburgh Pirates 86 67 .562 17.5
Philadelphia Phillies 78 75 .510 25.5
Cincinnati Reds 75 79 .487 29
Brooklyn Robins 64 90 .416 40
St. Louis Cardinals 63 90 .412 40.5
Boston Doves 53 100 .346 50.5

Events

Births

January-March

April-June

July-September

October-December

Deaths

  • January 12 - Harry Staley, 43, pitcher who had four 20-win seasons from 1889-92 for Pittsburgh and Boston teams
  • January 22 - Sam Wise, 52, infielder, mainly for Boston, who was shortstop on 1883 champions and batted .334 in 1887
  • February 15 - Bug Holliday, outfieder who hit .311 over parts of 10 seasons with the Cincinnati Red Stockings/Reds, who twice led the league in home runs; AA in 1889; NL in 1892, and was an umpire for one season.
  • March 14 - Mike Hines, 47, catcher who played from 1883 to 1888 for the Boston Beaneaters, Brooklyn Grays and Providence Grays
  • April 2 - Jim Nealon, 25, first baseman from 1906 to 1907 for the Pittsburgh Pirates, who tied with Harry Steinfeldt the National League RBI title during his rookie season
  • April 9 - Bob Addy, 65, second baseman/outfielder for six different teams (1871-1877), who also managed the Philadelphia White Stockings (1875) and Cincinnati Reds (1877)
  • April 16 - Tom Loftus, 53, manager of teams in Milwaukee, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago and Washington; later chairman of rules committee
  • May 25 - Bill Hassamaer, 45, outfielder who played from 1894 to 1896 for the Louisville Colonels and Washington Senators
  • June 22 - Tom Doran, 29, catcher for the Boston Americans and Detroit Tigers between 1904 and 1906
  • August 19 - Bill Lennon, 62, National Association catcher who, on the very first major league game ever played, scored the first run and became the first catcher to throw out a baserunner attempting to steal a base (May 4, 1871)
  • September 4 - Candy Nelson, 61, infielder who played 13 seasons, 1872-1875, 1878-1879, 1881, 1883-1887, and 1890.
  • September 20 - Lou Schiappacasse, 29, right fielder for the 1902 Detroit Tigers
  • October 2 - Sandy McDougal, 36, pitcher for the Brooklyn Grooms (1895) and St. Louis Cardinals (1905)
  • November 1 - Bob Pettit, 49, pitcher/outfielder from 1887 to 1891 for the Chicago White Stockings and Milwaukee Brewers
  • November 20 - Jack O'Brien, 50, catcher/first baseman for the Philadelphia Athletics, Brooklyn Grays/Bridegrooms and Baltimore Orioles between 1882 and 1888
  • December 13 - Dan McGann, 39, first baseman on the Giants' pennant winners of 1904-05; batted .300 three times, stole five bases in a 1904 game

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