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1905 Register League Encyclopedia

Year Index / Affiliations / Map of Teams / Batting Leaders / Pitching Leaders / Other Years: 1904 / 1906

League-by-League Batting

40American LeagueMajor League828.93.68123445336406224547978315314791563767134529825093.241.299.314.613127403971335
41National LeagueMajor League828.44.111240460154121950921051513276411824169160132074430.255.315.332.647136704211168
1American AssociationA828.1
2Eastern LeagueA828.6
3Pacific Coast LeagueA628.6
4Southern AssociationA828.3
5Western LeagueA627.6
6Central LeagueB832.6
7Connecticut State LeagueB826.6
8Illinois-Indiana-Iowa LeagueB826.6
9New England LeagueB828.7
10New York State LeagueB829.3
11Northwestern LeagueB428.0
12Pacific National LeagueB40.0
13Hudson River LeagueC847.0
14Missouri Valley LeagueC80.0
15Ohio-Pennsylvania LeagueC210.0
16South Atlantic LeagueC626.9
17South Texas LeagueC426.0
18Texas LeagueC623.4
19Western AssociationC826.1
20Canadian LeagueD50.0
21Copper Country Soo LeagueD40.0
22Cotton States LeagueD842.3
23Delta LeagueD
24Empire State LeagueD60.0
25Interstate LeagueD622.0
26Iowa League of Professional Baseball ClubsD825.2
27Kansas State LeagueD60.0
28Kentucky-Illinois-Tennessee LeagueD60.0
29North Texas LeagueD40.0
30Northern LeagueD624.2
31Southwest Washington LeagueD4
32Virginia-North Carolina LeagueD40.0
33Western Ontario Baseball AssociationD
34Wisconsin State LeagueD619.0
35Cuban General LeagueForeign30.0
36Cuban LeagueForeign30.0
37Cuban-American Negro Clubs SeriesForeign40.0
38Cuban Winter LeagueWinter
39Tri-State LeagueIndependent829.6
42Atlantic LeagueNo Classification
43California State LeagueNo Classification60.0
44Geauga County LeagueNo Classification
45Montana State LeagueNo Classification40.0
46Northern New York LeagueNo Classification40.0
47Texas Valley LeagueNo Classification

League-by-League Pitching

40American LeagueMajor League827.63.68606606.5002.6512341234258976125910978.29705454732301563008510741382741.1588.
41National LeagueMajor League827.74.11612612.5002.991240124024010001063511002.010514509236571823264446241714267449081.2528.
1American AssociationA825.3
2Eastern LeagueA827.6
3Pacific Coast LeagueA625.4
4Southern AssociationA827.3
5Western LeagueA625.0
6Central LeagueB826.2
7Connecticut State LeagueB827.0
8Illinois-Indiana-Iowa LeagueB826.1
9New England LeagueB834.0
10New York State LeagueB827.1
11Northwestern LeagueB426.5
12Pacific National LeagueB4
13Hudson River LeagueC8
14Missouri Valley LeagueC823.1
15Ohio-Pennsylvania LeagueC21
16South Atlantic LeagueC620.6
17South Texas LeagueC425.6
18Texas LeagueC623.0
19Western AssociationC822.2
20Canadian LeagueD5
21Copper Country Soo LeagueD4
22Cotton States LeagueD8
23Delta LeagueD1
24Empire State LeagueD6
25Interstate LeagueD6
26Iowa League of Professional Baseball ClubsD8
27Kansas State LeagueD623.3
28Kentucky-Illinois-Tennessee LeagueD6
29North Texas LeagueD4
30Northern LeagueD6
31Southwest Washington LeagueD4
32Virginia-North Carolina LeagueD4
33Western Ontario Baseball AssociationD1
34Wisconsin State LeagueD631.0
35Cuban General LeagueForeign3
36Cuban LeagueForeign3
37Cuban-American Negro Clubs SeriesForeign4
38Cuban Winter LeagueWinter1
39Tri-State LeagueIndependent833.0
42Atlantic LeagueNo Classification1
43California State LeagueNo Classification6
44Geauga County LeagueNo Classification1
45Montana State LeagueNo Classification4
46Northern New York LeagueNo Classification4
47Texas Valley LeagueNo Classification1

Pro Baseball Map for 1905

ALL TEAMS ARE LOCATED IN THE CENTER OF THE TOWN THEY ARE LISTED IN. We have not located the actual location of the ballpark.

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About the Minor League Data

Historical performance data for professional leagues (affiliated minor leagues, independent minor leagues, fall/winter leagues, and other international leagues) is provided by and licensed from 24-7 Baseball and Chadwick Baseball Bureau. It incorporates the work of many stalwart baseball researchers, including Cliff Blau, Art Cantu, Frank Hamilton, Reed Howard, Kevin Johnson, Bob McConnell, Jack Morris, and Ray Nemec, as well as members of the Minor Leagues Committee of the Society for American Baseball Research.

Perhaps most importantly, it builds upon the seminal work of Ed Washuta, who magnanimously provided the framework to make the whole thing possible.

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