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The 1895 season of the National League was the twentieth 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 Baltimore Orioles 132 87 43 2 .659 -.- 1009 (7.64) 646 (4.89) 0.324 0.371 0.427 3.80 0.946
2 Cleveland Spiders 131 84 46 1 .641 3.0 917 (7.00) 720 (5.50) 0.305 0.369 0.395 3.91 0.936
3 Philadelphia Phillies 133 78 53 2 .586 9.5 1068 (8.03) 957 (7.20) 0.330 0.387 0.450 5.47 0.933
4 Chicago Colts 133 72 58 3 .541 15.0 866 (6.51) 854 (6.42) 0.298 0.355 0.405 4.67 0.928
5 Brooklyn Grooms 133 71 60 2 .534 16.5 867 (6.52) 834 (6.27) 0.282 0.338 0.379 4.94 0.941
6 Boston Beaneaters 132 71 60 1 .538 16.5 907 (6.87) 826 (6.26) 0.290 0.358 0.391 4.27 0.934
7 Pittsburgh Pirates 134 71 61 2 .530 17.0 811 (6.05) 787 (5.87) 0.290 0.344 0.386 4.05 0.930
8 Cincinnati Reds 132 66 64 2 .500 21.0 903 (6.84) 854 (6.47) 0.298 0.355 0.416 4.81 0.931
9 New York Giants 132 66 65 1 .500 21.5 852 (6.45) 834 (6.32) 0.288 0.351 0.389 4.51 0.922
10 Washington Senators 132 43 85 4 .326 43.0 837 (6.34) 1048 (7.94) 0.287 0.360 0.412 5.28 0.918
11 St. Louis Browns 135 39 92 4 .289 48.5 747 (5.53) 1032 (7.64) 0.281 0.335 0.374 5.76 0.930
12 Louisville Colonels 133 35 96 2 .263 52.5 698 (5.25) 1090 (8.20) 0.279 0.329 0.368 5.90 0.913

[edit] League leaders

Bold indicates league record, Italics indicate all-time record

[edit] Batting

Statistic Leader Team Number
Games Played Joe Quinn St. Louis Browns 134
At Bats Jack Boyle
Willie Keeler
Ed McKean
Philadelphia Phillies
Baltimore Orioles
Cleveland Spiders
565
Runs Scored Billy Hamilton Philadelphia Phillies 166
Hits Jesse Burkett Cleveland Spiders 225
Doubles Ed Delahanty Philadelphia Phillies 49
Triples Kip Selbach Washington Senators 22
Home Runs Sam Thompson Philadelphia Phillies 18
Total Bases Sam Thompson Philadelphia Phillies 352
Runs Batted In Sam Thompson Philadelphia Phillies 165
Stolen Bases Billy Hamilton Philadelphia Phillies 97
Walks Billy Hamilton
Bill Joyce
Philadelphia Phillies
Washington Senators
96
Hit by Pitch Hughie Jennings Baltimore Orioles 32
Strikeouts Tom Brown St. Louis Browns/Washington Senators 60
Sacrifice Hits Hughie Jennings Baltimore Orioles 28
Batting Average Jesse Burkett Cleveland Spiders 0.409
On-Base Percentage Ed Delahanty Philadelphia Phillies 0.500
Slugging Percentage Sam Thompson Philadelphia Phillies 0.654
On-Base plus Slugging Ed Delahanty Philadelphia Phillies 1.117
On-Base plus Slugging Plus Ed Delahanty Philadelphia Phillies 187

[edit] Pitching

Statistic Leader Team Number
Wins Cy Young Cleveland Spiders 35
Losses Ted Breitenstein St. Louis Browns 30
Win-Loss Percentage Bill Hoffer Baltimore Orioles 0.838
Appearances Pink Hawley Pittsburgh Pirates 56
Games Started Ted Breitenstein
Pink Hawley
St. Louis Browns
Pittsburgh Pirates
50
Complete Games Ted Breitenstein St. Louis Browns 46
Shutouts Pink Hawley
Bill Hoffer
Sadie McMahon
Amos Rusie
Cy Young
Pittsburgh Pirates
Baltimore Orioles
Baltimore Orioles
New York Giants
Cleveland Spiders
4
Games Finished John Malarkey Washington Senators 12
Saves Ernie Beam
Kid Nichols
Tom Parrott
Philadelphia Phillies
Boston Beaneaters
Cincinnati Reds
3
Innings Pitched Pink Hawley Pittsburgh Pirates 444.1
Batters Faced Kid Nichols Boston Beaneaters 1657
Hits Allowed Kid Carsey Philadelphia Phillies 460
Home Runs Allowed Win Mercer Washington Senators 17
Base-on-Balls Allowed Ted Breitenstein St. Louis Browns 178
Hit Batsmen Cy Young Cleveland Spiders 8
Strikeouts Amos Rusie New York Giants 201
Wild Pitches Mike McDermott Louisville Colonels 16
Balks Nig Cuppy
Les German
Mike McDermott
Tom Smith
Cleveland Spiders
New York Giants
Louisville Colonels
Philadelphia Phillies
1
Runs Allowed Ted Breitenstein St. Louis Browns 295
Earned Runs Allowed Ted Breitenstein St. Louis Browns 212
Earned Run Average Al Maul Washington Senators 2.45
Walks plus Hits
per Inning Pitched
Cy Young Cleveland Spiders 1.185

[edit] Postseason

The Temple Cup featured a match-up between two National League teams, the first place Baltimore Orioles against the second place Cleveland Spiders. The Cleveland club won the series four games to one.

[edit] Notable events

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