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The 1886 season of the American Association was the fifth season of the league.

Contents

[edit] Season summary

[edit] Standings

Bold indicates league champion, Italics indicates World Series champion
Rank Team G W L T WPCT GB RS (RS/G) RA (RA/G) AVG OBP SLG ERA FPCT
1 St. Louis Browns 139 93 46 0 .669 -.- 944 (6.79) 592 (4.26) 0.273 0.326 0.360 2.49 0.915
2 Pittsburgh Alleghenys 140 80 57 3 .571 12.0 810 (5.79) 647 (4.62) 0.241 0.309 0.329 2.83 0.917
3 Brooklyn Grays 141 76 61 4 .539 16.0 832 (5.90) 832 (5.90) 0.250 0.309 0.330 3.42 0.900
4 Louisville Colonels 138 66 70 2 .478 25.5 833 (6.04) 805 (5.83) 0.263 0.320 0.348 3.07 0.901
5 Cincinnati Red Stockings 141 65 73 3 .461 27.5 883 (6.26) 865 (6.13) 0.249 0.302 0.345 4.18 0.905
6 Philadelphia Athletics 139 63 72 4 .453 28.0 772 (5.55) 942 (6.78) 0.235 0.290 0.321 3.97 0.894
7 New York Metropolitans 137 53 82 2 .387 38.0 628 (4.58) 766 (5.59) 0.224 0.275 0.289 3.50 0.906
8 Baltimore Orioles 139 48 83 8 .345 41.0 625 (4.50) 878 (6.32) 0.204 0.264 0.258 4.08 0.909

[edit] League leaders

Bold indicates league record, Italics indicate all-time record

[edit] Batting

Statistic Leader Team Number
Games Played Bill McClellan
Bill Phillips
George Pinkney
Brooklyn Grays
Brooklyn Grays
Brooklyn Grays
141
At Bats George Pinkney Brooklyn Grays 597
Runs Scored Arlie Latham St. Louis Browns 152
Hits Dave Orr New York Metropolitans 193
Doubles Henry Larkin Philadelphia Athletics 36
Triples Dave Orr New York Metropolitans 31
Home Runs Bid McPhee Cincinnati Red Stockings 8
Total Bases Dave Orr New York Metropolitans 301
Runs Batted In Tip O'Neill St. Louis Browns 107
Stolen Bases Harry Stovey Philadelphia Athletics 68
Walks George Pinkney
Ed Swartwood
Brooklyn Grays
Brooklyn Grays
70
Hit by Pitch Frank Fennelly Cincinnati Red Stockings 18
Batting Average Guy Hecker Louisville Colonels 0.341
On-Base Percentage Bob Caruthers St. Louis Browns 0.448
Slugging Percentage Bob Caruthers
Dave Orr
St. Louis Browns
New York Metropolitans
0.527
On-Base plus Slugging Bob Caruthers St. Louis Browns 0.975
On-Base plus Slugging Plus Bob Caruthers St. Louis Browns 200

[edit] Pitching

Statistic Leader Team Number
Wins Dave Foutz
Ed Morris
St. Louis Browns
Pittsburgh Alleghenys
41
Losses Matt Kilroy Baltimore Orioles 34
Win-Loss Percentage Dave Foutz St. Louis Browns 0.719
Appearances Matt Kilroy Baltimore Orioles 68
Games Started Matt Kilroy Baltimore Orioles 68
Complete Games Matt Kilroy
Toad Ramsey
Baltimore Orioles
Louisville Colonels
66
Shutouts Ed Morris Pittsburgh Alleghenys 12
Games Finished Tony Mullane Cincinnati Red Stockings 7
Saves Bones Ely
Dave Foutz
Nat Hudson
Ed Morris
Joe Strauss
Louisville Colonels
St. Louis Browns
St. Louis Browns
Pittsburgh Alleghenys
Louisville Colonels/Brooklyn Grays
1
Innings Pitched Toad Ramsey Louisville Colonels 588.2
Batters Faced Toad Ramsey Louisville Colonels 2477
Hits Allowed Tony Mullane Cincinnati Red Stockings 501
Home Runs Allowed Al Atkinson
Tony Mullane
Philadelphia Athletics
Cincinnati Red Stockings
11
Base-on-Balls Allowed Toad Ramsey Louisville Colonels 207
Hit Batsmen Al Atkinson Philadelphia Athletics 22
Strikeouts Matt Kilroy Baltimore Orioles 513
Wild Pitches Tony Mullane Cincinnati Red Stockings 51
Balks 77 players tied 0
Runs Allowed Matt Kilroy Baltimore Orioles 350
Earned Runs Allowed Matt Kilroy
Tony Mullane
Baltimore Orioles
Cincinnati Red Stockings
218
Earned Run Average Dave Foutz St. Louis Browns 2.11
Walks plus Hits
per Inning Pitched
Ed Morris Pittsburgh Alleghenys 1.032

[edit] Postseason

In the World's Series, the American Association champion St. Louis Browns defeated the National League's Chicago White Stockings, 4 games to 2.

[edit] Notable events

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