| -- 1913 Philadelphia Athletics --
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- Bottom row
- Byron Houck - relief pitcher and spot starter who was 2nd in the AL with 122 walks
- Eddie Murphy - 21 year old starting OF who would go on to play 11 seasons
- Eddie Plank - HOF pitcher who would amass 326 wins in his 17 year career
- Amos Strunk - OF who played 17 seasons
- Bailey - identity uncertain
- Danny Murphy - reserve OF who was the starting 2b before Eddie Collins arrived.
- Jimmy Walsh - OF played in 97 ganes
- John Taff - relief pitcher (7 games 0-1) shown in his only year in the bigs
- Middle row
- Tom Daley - reserve OF who played parts of four seasons
- Wally Schang - rookie reserve catcher who would go on to a 19 year career. Hit .357 in the 1913 WS.
- Jack Lapp- starting catcher/1b wh played in nine seasons with the A's and later the White Sox
- Boardwalk Brown - starting pitcher who led the A's in games started and had a 2.94 ERA but did not appear in the 1913 WS.
- Chief Bender - HOF pitcher won 21 games as a starter/reliever and led the AL with 13 saves. Chippewa indian.
- Weldon Wyckoff - 21 year old rookie relief pitcher. In 1915 would lead the league in losses and walks.
- Harry Davis - veteran 1b who came up with the New York Nationals in 1895. Led the AL in HRs from 1904-1907 and RBIs in 1905 and 1906.
- Billy Orr - rookie reserve infielder who played parts of two seasons
- Back row
- Joe Bush - rookie starter/reliever who went on to win 195 games over a 17 year career.
- Stuffy McInnis - starting 1b who was part of the $100,000 infield. In 1913 was second in the AL with 90 RBIs. Played 19 seasons and compiled 2,405 base hits and a .307 average.
- Jack Barry - starting SS in the $100,000 infield, During his 11 major league seasons would play in five WS.
- Eddie Collins - HOF starting 2b and member of the $100,000 infield. Hit .333 in 25 seasons and compiled 3,315 hits (10th all-time). Also seventh on the all-time list with 744 SB's.
- Frank "Home Run" Baker - HOF third baseman (final member of the $100,000 infield) who hit .337 (5) with 12 HR (1) and 117 RBI (1) in 1913. Led the AL in HRs from 1911-1914 and RBIs in 1912 as well. Also stole 245 bases over his 13 year career with the A's and Yankees.
- Manager Connie Mack - Managed the A's for 50 years and won 5 WS. Elected to the HOF in 1937.
- Rube Oldring - starting OF who had a 13 year career with the A's
- Ira Thomas - reserve catcher nearing the end of his ten year career
View the entire 1913 roster.