| -- 1913 Washington Senators --
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- George Mullin - starting pitcher near the end of his 14 year career in which he had a 2.82 ERA and won 228 games most with the Detroit Tigers. Led the AL with 29 wins in 1909.
- Jack Calvo - 19 year old reserve OF in his first year in the majors. It would be seven years before he made it back to the bigs for one more year.
- Eddie Foster - steady starting 3b who was among the league leaders, often the leader, in games and AB between 1912 and 1918.
- Nick Altrock - veteran who pitched in the majors between 1898 and 1924. Went on to be a long-time coach.
- Eddie Ainsmith - reserve catcher who played in 15 major league seasons
- Frank Laporte - reserve infielder in his last year in the AL. Would go on to the Federal League in 1914-15 and lead that league with 107 RBI in 1914.
- Merito Acosta - rookie 17 year old reserve OF
- Rip Williams - reserve catcher/1b/OF for seven season
- Second row
- Tom Hughes - relief pitcher and spot starter in the last year of his 13 year career. Oftern among the league leaders in losses.
- Germany Schaefer - veteran utilityman who played in 15 seasons mainly with Washington and Detroit.
- Ray Morgan - starting 2b who played for Washington between 1911 and 1918.
- Manager Clark Griffith - HOFer who won 237 games in 20 major league seasons. Managed for 20 seasons and compiled a .522 winning percentage.
- Clyde Milan - deer-footed starting OF, stole 75 bases to lead the AL in 1913. Played 16 seasons, all with Washington, and accumulated 2,100 hits.
- Howie Shanks - starting OF who played 14 seasons. Led the Al with 18 triples in 1921.
- Danny Moeller - starting OF, stole 62 bases and led team in HR with 5. Led the Al by striking out 115 times.
- Bob Groom - starting pitcher, led the AL in losses three times.
- Back row
- Martin, trainer
- John Henry - light hitting starting catcher who compiled a .207 average over nine years.
- Harry Harper - 18 year old rookie relief pitcher who would have a ten-year career in the majors.
- Joe Boehling - rookie starting pitcher; won 17 with a 2.14 ERA in 1913.
- Chick Gandil - starting 1b near the beginning of a steady 9 year career before being banned from base ball in the Black Sox scandal. Hit .318 and lead team in RBI with 72 in 1913.
- Walter Johnson-His 36 wins and 1.14 ERA led the AL in 1913. Second all-time in wins with 417, seventh with 3,509 K's and tenth with a 2.17 ERA. 5th player elected to the HOF
- George McBride - long-time starting SS who was among the league leaders in games played each year between 1908 and 1914.
- Joe Engel (Engle) - 20 year-old starting pitcher in his second year with the Senators.
- Joe Gedeon (Gideon) - rookie reserve utility man who would go on to play in parts of seven seasons with the Yankees and Browns.
- Bert Gallis - rookie relief pitcher who would win 17 games in both 1915 and 1916 as a starter for Washington.
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