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1905 saw the Wheeling Stogies win the Central League title with a 81-56 record, beating out the Grand Rapids Orphans by a 3.5 game margin. Walter Miller of Wheeling was the only Stogie to show up in the individual statistics leaders. He pitched his way to a 21-10 record for a .677 winning pct.



[edit] Year-by-Year Record

Year Record Finish Manager Playoffs
1899 58-81 6th Pop Lytle / Tom Nicholson none
1900 76-58 4th E.B. Lytle / Pete Healey
1901 48-51 (70-64 overall) 4th George Ellis / Bill White none Grand Rapids (22-13) moved to Wheeling June 3
1903 69-68 4th Barley Kain / Ted Price none
1904 72-65 4th Ted Price none
1905 81-56 1st William Schriver none League Champs
1906 75-77 5th William Schriver none
1907 77-57 2nd Ted Price none
1908 44-95 8th Ted Price / Tom Fleming none
1909 83-50 1st Bill Phillips none League Champs
1910 52-82 8th Bill Phillips none
1911 56-73 6th Roy Montgomery none
1912 66-61 6th J.E. Anderson none
1913 32-47 6th Ray Ryan League disbanded July 21
1915 50-76 7th C.S. "Pop" Shriver / Arch Riley none
1916 65-64 4th Harry Smith
1925 39-62 5th Art Rooney / Frank Eastley none
1926 44-64 8th John Hummel
1927 59-55 4th Bobby Prysock
1928 68-52 3rd Bobby Prysock Lost League Finals
1929 67-47 1st (t) Pat Haley Lost League Finals
1930 50-65 7th Bobby Prysock
1931 50-77 10th Dan Tapson / Pat Haley
1933 78-55 1st Jack Sheehan Lost League Finals
1934 39-81 8th Jack Sheehan
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