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The 1914 season of the National League was the thirty-ninth 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 Boston Braves 158 94 59 5 .595 -.- 657 (4.16) 548 (3.47) 0.251 0.317 0.335 2.74 0.963
2 New York Giants 156 84 70 2 .538 10.5 672 (4.31) 576 (3.69) 0.265 0.324 0.348 2.94 0.961
3 St. Louis Cardinals 157 81 72 4 .516 13.0 558 (3.55) 540 (3.44) 0.248 0.309 0.333 2.38 0.964
4 Chicago Cubs 156 78 76 2 .500 16.5 605 (3.88) 638 (4.09) 0.243 0.312 0.337 2.71 0.951
5 Brooklyn Robins 154 75 79 0 .487 19.5 622 (4.04) 618 (4.01) 0.269 0.319 0.355 2.82 0.961
6 Philadelphia Phillies 154 74 80 0 .481 20.5 651 (4.23) 687 (4.46) 0.263 0.326 0.361 3.06 0.950
7 Pittsburgh Pirates 158 69 85 4 .437 25.5 503 (3.18) 540 (3.42) 0.233 0.290 0.303 2.70 0.966
8 Cincinnati Reds 157 60 94 3 .382 34.5 530 (3.38) 651 (4.15) 0.236 0.298 0.300 2.94 0.952

[edit] League leaders

Bold indicates league record, Italics indicate all-time record

[edit] Batting

Statistic Leader Team Number
Games Played Max Carey
Rabbit Maranville
Pittsburgh Pirates
Boston Braves
156
At Bats Max Carey Pittsburgh Pirates 593
Runs Scored George Burns New York Giants 100
Hits Sherry Magee Philadelphia Phillies 171
Doubles Sherry Magee Philadelphia Phillies 39
Triples Max Carey Pittsburgh Pirates 17
Home Runs Gavvy Cravath Philadelphia Phillies 19
Total Bases Sherry Magee Philadelphia Phillies 277
Runs Batted In Sherry Magee Philadelphia Phillies 103
Stolen Bases George Burns New York Giants 62
Walks Miller Huggins St. Louis Cardinals 105
Hit by Pitch Art Fletcher
Heinie Groh
New York Giants
Cincinnati Reds
13
Strikeouts Fred Merkle New York Giants 80
Sacrifice Hits Lee Magee St. Louis Cardinals 35
Batting Average Jake Daubert Brooklyn Robins 0.329
On-Base Percentage Casey Stengel Brooklyn Robins 0.404
Slugging Percentage Sherry Magee Philadelphia Phillies 0.509
On-Base plus Slugging Gavvy Cravath Philadelphia Phillies 0.901
On-Base plus Slugging Plus Joe Connolly Boston Braves 164

[edit] Pitching

Statistic Leader Team Number
Wins Pete Alexander Philadelphia Phillies 27
Losses Red Ames Cincinnati Reds 23
Win-Loss Percentage Bill James Boston Braves 0.788
Appearances Larry Cheney Chicago Cubs 50
Games Started Larry Cheney
Jeff Tesreau
Chicago Cubs
New York Giants
40
Complete Games Pete Alexander Philadelphia Phillies 32
Shutouts Jeff Tesreau New York Giants 8
Games Finished Zip Zabel Chicago Cubs 18
Saves Red Ames
Slim Sallee
Cincinnati Reds
St. Louis Cardinals
6
Innings Pitched Pete Alexander Philadelphia Phillies 355.0
Batters Faced Pete Alexander Philadelphia Phillies 1459
Hits Allowed Pete Alexander Philadelphia Phillies 327
Home Runs Allowed Christy Mathewson New York Giants 16
Base-on-Balls Allowed Larry Cheney Chicago Cubs 140
Hit Batsmen Pol Perritt St. Louis Cardinals 15
Strikeouts Pete Alexander Philadelphia Phillies 214
Wild Pitches Larry Cheney Chicago Cubs 26
Balks Rube Benton
Paul Fittery
Cincinnati Reds
Cincinnati Reds
3
Runs Allowed Larry Cheney Chicago Cubs 136
Earned Runs Allowed Christy Mathewson New York Giants 104
Earned Run Average Bill Doak St. Louis Cardinals 1.72
Walks plus Hits
per Inning Pitched
Babe Adams Pittsburgh Pirates 1.032

[edit] Postseason

In the World Series, the National League champion Boston Braves defeated the American League's Philadelphia Athletics, 4 games to 0.

[edit] Award winners

The winner of the league's Chalmers Award, given its Most Valuable Player, was Johnny Evers, a second baseman with the Boston Braves. In the award's voting, he had 50 out of a possible 64 points.

[edit] Notable events

[edit] Further Reading

  • Frank Vaccaro: "The National League Pennant Race of 1914", in Bill Nowlin, ed.: The Miracle Braves of 1914: Boston's Original Worst-to-First World Series Champions, SABR, Phoenix, AZ, 2014, pp. 286-288. ISBN ISBN 978-1-933599-69-4


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