1907 in Baseball
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1907 in Baseball

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

Champions

Statistical leaders

Major league baseball final standings

American League final standings

American League W L Pct. GB Home Road
Detroit Tigers 92 58 0.613 -- 50-27 42-31
Philadelphia Athletics 88 57 0.607 50-20 38-37
Chicago White Sox 87 64 0.576 48-29 39-35
Cleveland Naps 85 67 0.559 8 46-31 39-36
New York Highlanders 70 78 0.473 21 32-41 38-37
St. Louis Browns 69 83 0.454 24 36-40 33-43
Boston Americans 59 90 0.396 32½ 34-41 25-49
Washington Senators 49 102 0.325 43½ 26-48 23-54

National League final standings

National League W L Pct. GB Home Road
Chicago Cubs 107 45 0.704 -- 54-19 53-26
Pittsburgh Pirates 91 63 0.591 17 47-29 44-34
Philadelphia Phillies 83 64 0.565 21½ 45-30 38-34
New York Giants 82 71 0.536 25½ 45-30 37-41
Brooklyn Superbas 65 83 0.439 40 37-38 28-45
Cincinnati Reds 66 87 0.431 41½ 43-36 23-51
Boston Doves 58 90 0.392 47 31-42 27-48
St. Louis Cardinals 52 101 0.340 55½ 31-47 21-54


Events

Births

January

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

December

Deaths

January-March

  • January 10 - Bob Langsford, 41, shortstop for the 1899 Louisville Colonels
  • January 16 - Jake Evans, 50, right fielder who played from 1879 through 1885 with four National League teams
  • January 19 - William A. Nimick, 58, president of the Pittsburgh Alleghenys (1885-1890) and part-owner of the team
  • March 12 - Pat Hynes, 23, outfielder for the St. Louis Browns/Cardinals from 1903 to 1904
  • 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, and led AL in triples in 1904
  • March 29 - Doug Crothers, 47, pitcher for the 1884 Kansas City Cowboys and 1885 New York Metropolitans
  • March 29 - Cozy Dolan, 34, right fielder who hit .269 in 830 games for five teams from 1895 to 1906

April-June

July-September

October-December



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