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1919 Register League Encyclopedia

Year Index / Affiliations / Map of Teams / Batting Leaders / Pitching Leaders / Other Years: 1918 / 1920

League-by-League Batting

RkLgLevTmsBatAgeR/GGPAABRH2B3BHRRBISBCSBBSOBAOBPSLGOPSTBGDPHBPSHSFIBB
18American LeagueMajor League827.94.09112042531373874586100211607531240396591633673561.268.333.359.692134102791498
19National LeagueMajor League828.43.65111641364372844071960313155172073460116526153288.258.311.337.648125732521213
4American AssociationAA828.3
5International LeagueAA827.1
6Pacific Coast LeagueAA828.7
1Eastern LeagueA826.4
2Southern AssociationA826.0
3Western LeagueA827.6
7Illinois-Indiana-Iowa LeagueB627.4
8Michigan-Ontario LeagueB828.0
9New England LeagueB650.0
10Northwest International LeagueB4
11Texas LeagueB828.1
12South Atlantic LeagueC625.0
13Virginia LeagueC624.8
14Western Canada LeagueC424.7
15Florida State LeagueD625.0
16Cuban LeagueForeign
17Cuban Winter LeagueWinter
22California Winter LeagueWinter
20Cotton States LeagueNo Classification
21Independent NegroNo Classification120.0

League-by-League Pitching

RkLgLevTmsPAgeR/GWLW-L%ERAGGSGFCGSHOSVIPHRERHRBBIBBSOHBPBKWPBFWHIPH9HR9BB9SO9SO/W
18American LeagueMajor League827.24.09557557.5003.2211201120476644914910044.29996458635962403369357627622191413611.3319.00.23.03.21.06
19National LeagueMajor League827.93.65556556.5002.91111611164596571015110064.29603407132532072612329425721183413601.2148.60.22.32.91.26
4American AssociationAA826.4
5International LeagueAA823.8
6Pacific Coast LeagueAA827.8
1Eastern LeagueA825.3
2Southern AssociationA825.3
3Western LeagueA826.9
7Illinois-Indiana-Iowa LeagueB627.1
8Michigan-Ontario LeagueB824.0
9New England LeagueB6
10Northwest International LeagueB4
11Texas LeagueB828.2
12South Atlantic LeagueC625.5
13Virginia LeagueC623.9
14Western Canada LeagueC427.5
15Florida State LeagueD6
16Cuban LeagueForeign1
17Cuban Winter LeagueWinter1
22California Winter LeagueWinter1
20Cotton States LeagueNo Classification1
21Independent NegroNo Classification12

League-by-League Fielding

RkLgLevTmsGCGPOAEDPFld%PBSBCSCS%lgCS%POAttendance
18American LeagueMajor League8112030098144661614805.9659090873645%349,350
19National LeagueMajor League8111630161152561572789.967105116592544%
4American AssociationAA8
5International LeagueAA8
6Pacific Coast LeagueAA8
1Eastern LeagueA8
2Southern AssociationA8
3Western LeagueA8
7Illinois-Indiana-Iowa LeagueB6
8Michigan-Ontario LeagueB8
9New England LeagueB6
10Northwest International LeagueB4
11Texas LeagueB8
12South Atlantic LeagueC6
13Virginia LeagueC6
14Western Canada LeagueC4
15Florida State LeagueD6
16Cuban LeagueForeign1
17Cuban Winter LeagueWinter1
22California Winter LeagueWinter1
20Cotton States LeagueNo Classification1
21Independent NegroNo Classification12

Pro Baseball Map for 1919

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

We list over 30,000 of teams from minor league history. This list is not exhaustive and may be missing teams from certain leagues and years or with a small number of games played. We apologize for any omissions. Report any errors or omissions

League Teams

LgLevTm
American AssociationAAColumbus Senators, Indianapolis Indians, Kansas City Blues, Louisville Colonels, Milwaukee Brewers, Minneapolis Millers, St. Paul Saints, Toledo Mud Hens
International LeagueAABaltimore Orioles, Binghamton Bingoes, Buffalo Bisons, Jersey City Skeeters, Newark Bears, Reading Coal Barons, Rochester Hustlers, Toronto Maple Leafs
Pacific Coast LeagueAALos Angeles Angels, Oakland Oaks, Portland Beavers, Sacramento Senators, Salt Lake City Bees, San Francisco Seals, Seattle Rainiers, Vernon Tigers
Eastern LeagueABridgeport Americans, Hartford Senators, New Haven Weissmen, Pittsfield Hillies, Providence Grays, Springfield Ponies, Waterbury Nattatucks, Worcester Boosters
Southern AssociationAAtlanta Crackers, Birmingham Barons, Chattanooga Lookouts, Little Rock Travelers, Memphis Chickasaws, Mobile Bears, Nashville Volunteers, New Orleans Pelicans
Western LeagueADes Moines Boosters, Joplin Miners, Oklahoma City Indians, Omaha Rourkes, Sioux City Indians, St. Joseph Saints, Tulsa Oilers, Wichita Jobbers
Illinois-Indiana-Iowa LeagueBBloomington Bloomers, Evansville Evas, Moline Plowboys, Peoria Tractors, Rockford Rox, Terre Haute Browns
Michigan-Ontario LeagueBBattle Creek Custers, Bay City Wolves, Brantford Red Sox, Flint Halligans, Hamilton Tigers, Kitchener Beavers, London Tecumsehs, Saginaw Aces
New England LeagueBFitchburg Foxes, Haverhill Climbers, Lawrence Barristers, Lewiston Red Sox, Lowell Grays/Lewiston-Auburn Twins, Portland Blue Sox
Northwest International LeagueBSeattle Giants, Tacoma Tigers, Vancouver Beavers, Victoria Tyees
Texas LeagueBBeaumont Oilers, Dallas Marines, Fort Worth Panthers, Galveston Pirates, Houston Buffaloes, San Antonio Bronchos, Shreveport Gassers, Waco Navigators
South Atlantic LeagueCAugusta Dollies, Charleston Gulls, Charlotte Hornets, Columbia Comers, Greenville Spinners, Spartanburg Pioneers
Virginia LeagueCNewport News Shipbuilders, Norfolk Mary Janes, Petersburg Goobers, Portsmouth Truckers, Richmond Colts, Suffolk Nuts
Western Canada LeagueCMoose Jaw Robin Hoods, Regina Senators, Saskatoon Quakers, Winnipeg Maroons
Florida State LeagueDBartow Polkers, Bradenton Growers, Lakeland Highlanders, Orlando Caps, Sanford Celeryfeds, Tampa Smokers
Cuban LeagueForeign
Cuban Winter LeagueWinter
California Winter LeagueWinter
Cotton States LeagueNo Classification
Independent NegroNo ClassificationAtlantic City Bacharach Giants, Brooklyn Royal Giants, Chicago American Giants, Chicago Giants, Cuban Stars of Havana, Dayton Marcos, Detroit Stars, Indianapolis Jewell's ABCs,
New York Cuban Stars, New York Lincoln Giants, Philadelphia Hilldale Club, St. Louis Giants

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.

Minor league Total Zone (Rctch&Rtz, 2005-2009) data provided by Baseballprojection.com and Minorleaguesplits.com.