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The 1883 season of the American Association was the second season of the league.

Contents

[edit] Season summary

[edit] Standings

Bold indicates league champion
Rank Team G W L T WPCT GB RS (RS/G) RA (RA/G) AVG OBP SLG ERA FPCT
1 Philadelphia Athletics 98 66 32 0 .673 -.- 720 (7.35) 547 (5.58) 0.262 0.298 0.345 2.88 0.865
2 St. Louis Browns 98 65 33 0 .663 1.0 549 (5.60) 409 (4.17) 0.255 0.281 0.321 2.23 0.909
3 Cincinnati Red Stockings 98 61 37 0 .622 5.0 662 (6.76) 413 (4.21) 0.262 0.289 0.363 2.26 0.908
4 New York Metropolitans 97 54 42 1 .557 11.0 498 (5.13) 405 (4.18) 0.250 0.279 0.319 2.90 0.905
5 Louisville Eclipse 98 52 45 1 .531 13.5 564 (5.76) 562 (5.73) 0.251 0.279 0.331 3.51 0.888
6 Columbus Buckeyes 97 32 65 0 .330 33.5 476 (4.91) 659 (6.79) 0.240 0.268 0.326 3.96 0.874
7 Pittsburgh Alleghenys 98 31 67 0 .316 35.0 525 (5.36) 728 (7.43) 0.247 0.280 0.323 4.62 0.884
8 Baltimore Orioles 96 28 68 0 .292 37.0 471 (4.91) 742 (7.73) 0.246 0.279 0.314 4.08 0.855

[edit] League leaders

Bold indicates league record, Italics indicate all-time record

[edit] Batting

Statistic Leader Team Number
Games Played Joe Battin
Bill Gleason
Arlie Latham
John Reilly
Jimmy Wolf
Pittsburgh Alleghenys
St. Louis Browns
St. Louis Browns
Cincinnati Red Stockings
Louisville Eclipse
98
At Bats Jud Birchall Philadelphia Athletics 448
Runs Scored Harry Stovey Philadelphia Athletics 110
Hits Ed Swartwood Pittsburgh Alleghenys 147
Doubles Harry Stovey Philadelphia Athletics 31
Triples Pop Smith Columbus Buckeyes 17
Home Runs Harry Stovey Philadelphia Athletics 14
Total Bases Harry Stovey Philadelphia Athletics 213
Runs Batted In Charley Jones Cincinnati Red Stockings 80
Walks Ecky Stearns Baltimore Orioles 34
Batting Average Ed Swartwood Pittsburgh Alleghenys 0.357
On-Base Percentage Ed Swartwood Pittsburgh Alleghenys 0.394
Slugging Percentage Harry Stovey Philadelphia Athletics 0.506
On-Base plus Slugging Ed Swartwood Pittsburgh Alleghenys 0.870
On-Base plus Slugging Plus Ed Swartwood Pittsburgh Alleghenys 184

[edit] Pitching

Statistic Leader Team Number
Wins Will White Cincinnati Red Stockings 43
Losses Frank Mountain Columbus Buckeyes 33
Win-Loss Percentage Tony Mullane St. Louis Browns 0.700
Appearances Tim Keefe New York Metropolitans 68
Games Started Tim Keefe New York Metropolitans 68
Complete Games Tim Keefe New York Metropolitans 68
Shutouts Jumbo McGinnis
Will White
St. Louis Browns
Cincinnati Red Stockings
6
Games Finished Billy Taylor Pittsburgh Alleghenys 9
Saves Bob Barr
Tony Mullane
Pittsburgh Alleghenys
St. Louis Browns
1
Innings Pitched Tim Keefe New York Metropolitans 619.0
Batters Faced Tim Keefe New York Metropolitans 2418
Hits Allowed Frank Mountain Columbus Buckeyes 546
Home Runs Allowed Will White Cincinnati Red Stockings 16
Base-on-Balls Allowed Frank Mountain Columbus Buckeyes 123
Strikeouts Tim Keefe New York Metropolitans 361
Wild Pitches Tim Keefe New York Metropolitans 26
Balks 43 players tied 0
Runs Allowed Frank Mountain Columbus Buckeyes 345
Earned Runs Allowed Frank Mountain Columbus Buckeyes 201
Earned Run Average Will White Cincinnati Red Stockings 2.09
Walks plus Hits
per Inning Pitched
Tim Keefe New York Metropolitans 0.943

[edit] Postseason

[edit] Notable events

Seasons of the American Association
1882 · 1883 · 1884 · 1885 · 1886 · 1887 · 1888 · 1889 · 1890 · 1891
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