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Baltimore Orioles, 1921


Lefty Grove, baseball, Baltimore Orioles, 1921 Click on the MEDIA ITEMS below for more information

   



1, HOLDEN; 2, BISHOP; 3, THOMAS; 4, NORRIS: 5, JOHN DUNN, JR., SEC.; 6, ROGERS; 7, MATTHEWS; 8, LYSTON; 9, MAISEL; 10; JACOBSON; 11, LAWRY; 12, DITTMAN; 13, OGDEN; 14, CLARK; 15, LEFLER; 16, OWENS; 17, FRANK; 18, BOLEY; 19, THOMAS; 20, GROVES; 21, JOHN DUNN, PRES.-MGR.; 22, BENTLEY; 23, EGAN; 24, JONES, MASCOT; 25, SCHMIDT, MASCOT.

BALTIMORE ORIOLES
CHAMPIONS INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE, 1921.


No team in the history of the game made a record as did the Orioles last season. In the first place the total number of wins, 199, is a record for a team in a single season. The Birds equaled the number of straights, 27, now sharing the honor with the Corsicana club. Pitcher Jack Ogden won 32 games, equaling the record of Rube Vickers. Lefty Grove struck out 15 men in one game. Jack Bentley made a new home run record, getting 25. Bentley topped the league in hitting, pitching and total hits. Jack Ogden set a new pitching record for the league by winning 18 straight.
... from Fred Turbyville, Baltimore, MD in
Spalding’s Official Base Ball Guide 1922




ID:
aclg014

Creator:
Spalding Base Ball Guide, 1922

Rights:
Library of Congress, General Collections

Notes:
Lefty Grove is number 20, third from the left in the front row.

Date:
1922

Collection Location:
Library of Congress, General Collections

Original Size:
16 x 24 cms

Subject:
Baseball; Grove, Lefty, 1900-1975; Pitchers (Baseball); Baltimore Orioles (Baseball Team)

Coverage:
Baltimore (Md.), 1922.

 
 
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