1914 American League
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|1914 American League|
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The 1914 season of the American League was the fourteenth season of the league.
- 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||Philadelphia Athletics||158||99||53||6||.627||-.-||749 (4.74)||529 (3.35)||0.272||0.342||0.352||2.78||0.966|
|2||Boston Red Sox||159||91||62||6||.572||8.5||589 (3.70)||510 (3.21)||0.250||0.315||0.338||2.36||0.963|
|3||Washington Senators||158||81||73||4||.513||19.0||572 (3.62)||519 (3.28)||0.244||0.307||0.320||2.54||0.961|
|4||Detroit Tigers||157||80||73||4||.510||19.5||615 (3.92)||618 (3.94)||0.258||0.331||0.344||2.86||0.958|
|5||St. Louis Browns||159||71||82||6||.447||28.5||523 (3.29)||615 (3.87)||0.243||0.301||0.319||2.85||0.952|
|6||New York Yankees||157||70||84||3||.446||30.0||537 (3.42)||550 (3.50)||0.229||0.309||0.287||2.81||0.962|
|7||Chicago White Sox||157||70||84||3||.446||30.0||487 (3.10)||560 (3.57)||0.239||0.296||0.311||2.48||0.957|
|8||Cleveland Naps||157||51||102||4||.325||48.5||538 (3.43)||709 (4.52)||0.245||0.305||0.312||3.21||0.954|
- Bold indicates league record, Italics indicate all-time record
In the World Series, the American League champion Philadelphia Athletics were defeated by the National League's Boston Braves, 4 games to 0.
The winner of the league's Chalmers Award, given its Most Valuable Player, was Eddie Collins (collied01), a second baseman with the Philadelphia Athletics. In the award's voting, he had 63 out of a possible 64 points and 7 first place votes.
- Ollie Chill
- Tom Connolly
- Bill Dinneen
- Rip Egan
- Clarence Eldridge*
- Billy Evans
- Charlie Ferguson
- George Hildebrand
- Joe O'Brien
- Silk O'Loughlin
- Jack Sheridan
* Denotes a fill-in umpire
- Tom Ruane: "A Retro-Review of the 1910s (the 1914 edition)", Retrosheet.org 
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