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By Robert E. Kelly

Ty Cobb, Nap Lajoie, and Honus Wagner have been one of the maximum hitters who ever performed significant league baseball, yet how do they stack up opposed to gamers of different eras and every different? This publication employs a statistical research of "production according to at-bat" to match a hundred and twenty most sensible batters by way of place over a 19-year interval while touch, velocity and hit-and-run technique have been extra precious than strength and residential runs. integrated are an research of every player's strengths and weaknesses, ratings of the main proficient and the main important manufacturers, and the choice of an All-Star crew for the period.

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191 A small man for a catcher, Ray Schalk was unusually durable on a seasonal basis. During 50 Baseball’s Offensive Greats of the Deadball Era his eight seasons in the subject period, he caught over 100 games in all but one — in six seasons, he was active in more than 120 games. The Schalk era was 1910–1929. As previously noted, that era was a mixture of deadball and live-ball baseball, and for that reason career numbers have little meaning. Schalk is one of the players who was caught up in this mixed-era problem.

The value of Sullivan, McLean and O’Neill may be revealed in analysis. 154Killefer and Bergen had the lowest production averages. They are in the sample only because the general quality of catchers during the era was so low. 241 211 167 MVP 864 209 72 37 1182 0 1182 MTP 1073 Bresnahan dropped into the major leagues in 1897 for a cup of coffee with Washington. He next appeared in 1900 as a catcher in two games for the Cubs. In 1901, then 22, he played for Baltimore as a utility man. Catchers—Analysis, 1901–1919 45 John McGraw, manager of Baltimore in those days, got into an argument with AL president Ban Johnson, at the end of which the disgruntled McGraw left the AL and hooked on with the Giants as manager.

Only one of his years (1910) was a bummer. The great weakness of Davis’ record is the number of partial seasons he played which cost him at bats and kept him from production greatness. He was a well-rounded producer. 22 Baseball’s Offensive Greats of the Deadball Era PER AT BAT (PAB) 1901–19 Davis Sample avg. 246 Davis played first base during 93 percent of his career games and he was, arguably, the poorest fielder of the group. 978) was the lowest. Was Davis an HOF player? His weak durability has already been noted and need not be repeated.

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