Where are they?

The following players aren't included on a T200, but it would be nice if they had been...........

  • Herb Pennock - HOF pitcher who got into 14 games with the Philadelphia A's in 1913 as a 19 year old. Had pitched in 17 games the prior season as well. WS record of 5-0 with the Yanks.
  • Bob Shawkey - started 15 games with the World Champ Philadelphia A's and compiled a 2.34 ERA as a 22 year-old rookie. Had 196 wins against only 150 losses in his 15 year career.
  • Slim Love - Yes, he only pitched in 5 games as a 22 year-old rookie in 1913 with the Senators, but he has one of the greatest names in baseball.
  • Billy Southworth - Got into one game as a rookie with Cleveland in 1913 (which was good enough for Dave Gregg). Went on to compile a .297 lifetime average over 13 seasons. Would then go on to a 13 year managerial career with the Cardinals and Braves in which he would win four NL Championships and two World Series.
  • Earl Moseley - started 15 games as a rookie for the Red Sox in 1913. Went to the Federal League in 1914 and led the league with a 1.91 ERA in 1915. Pitched one last season in the majors with the Red in 1916.
  • Wally Rehg - had 101 AB as a rookie with the Red Sox in 1913.
  • Larry Chappell - rookie outfielder for the White Sox who had 208 at-bats. Would bounce around for parts of four more seasons.
  • Babe Borton - rookie 1b for the White Sox who would become a Federal League star.
  • Davy Jones - long-time outfielder with the Cubs and Tigers was with the White Sox in 1913 for 21 AB before moving to the Federal League and finishing his baseball career. Played in 15 WS games for the Tigers in 1907-09.
  • Edd Roush HOF outfielder who got 10 AB as a 20 year-old rookie with the White Sox in 1913. Skipped to the Feds then returned for 15 more seasons in the NL as one of the best CF of his day. Led the NL in batting twice and compiled a .323 career average.
  • Paddy Baumann - played 50 games at 2b for the Tigers in 1913 and hit .298. Also played in reserve for the Yankees during his seven year career.
  • Frank Gibson - rookie reserve catcher who played one year with the Tigers before making it back to the majors in 1920 with the Braves for seven more years.
  • Pepper Peploski - great name ..... 4 At-bats.
  • Ray Powell - rookie outfielder who got two AB in 1913 with Detroit then went on to play eight steady seasons with the Braves and lead the NL in triples in 1921
  • Ralph Comstock - starting pitcher for seven games with the Tigers in 1913.
  • Lefty Williams - 20 year old rookie pitcher for the Tigers who went on to infamy with White (Black) Sox.
  • George Boehler - rookie with the Tigers in 1912 and 1913, was a long-time minor league pitcher who got into 63 games over parts of nine season in the majors.
  • Lou North - 20 year-old rookie who pitched in one game for the Tigers in 1913. Went on to pitch nine season, primarily with the Cardinals, as a relief specialist. Led the NL in winning percentage in 1922.
  • Frank Gilhooley - 21 year-old rookie reserve OF who had 85 AB with the Yankees in 1913 and went on to play in a total of nine seasons.
  • George Whiteman - called to the bigs three times in 1907, 1913 and 1918. The last allowed him to play 6 games in the 1918 WS in which he made a game saving catch in the decisive final game.
  • Ralph Young - got into seven games as a SS for the Yankees in 1913. Then went on to play seven seasons with the Tigers and one last with the A's as a starting 2b.
  • Ed Klepfer - got into eight games with the Yanks as a rookie in 1913. Would later go to the White Sox and be included in the trade to acquire Joe Jackson from the Indians. With the Indians was 14-4 in 1917 and led the AL in win-loss percentage.
  • Sam Agnew - starting catcher for the Browns who had 307 AB in 105 games in 1913. Caught for seven seasons in the bigs. Charlie Flanagan probably told him the team pic was on a different day.
  • Branch Rickey - HOF baseball manager/executive who began his managerieal career in 1913 season with the St. Louis Browns.
  • Bobby Wallace - HOF shortstop with the St. Louis Browns who had 147 AB in 1913 and went on to play in parts of five more seasons.
  • Tilly Walker - Only had 85 AB for the Browns in 1913 but played regularly for 13 seasons from 1911 to 1923. Tied for the AL lead in home runs with Babe Ruth in 1918.
  • Rivington Bisland - Short-stop who hit .118 in parts of three seasons with the Pirates, Browns (1913) and Indians.
  • George Maisel - brother of Fritz Maisel of the Yankees who had 18 AB as a rookie in 1913 with the Browns. Hit .310 as a regular for the Cubs in 1921.
  • Claude Cooper - 21 year-old rookie OF with the NY Giants who, although he only had 30 AB, was granted a full WS share. The next year jumped to the Federal League.
  • Eddie Grant - 30 year old 3b who came over to the Giants from the Reds in 1913 and was used primarily as a pinch-hitter. Had two AB in his only WS that year and finished his career with two seasons as a reserve IF for the Giants. Had been a dependable lead-off hitter for the Phillies early in his career. Was killed in action in WW I.
  • Milt Stock - 19 year-old rookie SS who went on to play 14 seasons with the Giants, Cards, Phils and Dodgers at third. Put up 1,806 hits and a .289 average.
  • Rube Schauer - one of only fice native born Russians to play in the majors. Born Dimitri Ivanovich Dimitrihoff.
  • Ferdie Schupp - as a 22 year-old rookie with the Giants he had a 0.75 ERA in five games including one start. Pitched in 10 seasons with the Giants, Cards, Dodgers and White Sox. In 1917 he would win 21 games plus another in the WS and lead the NL in winning percentage.
  • Gavvy Cravath - starting OF for the Phils who led the NL in home runs and RBsin 1913, missing the Triple Crown by .009 in batting average. Would lead in HR a total of six times and in RBI's twice. Managed the Phils to two last place finishes in 1919 and 1920. Probably the 1913 star most missed by lack of a place on a T200.
  • Beals Becker - traded to the Phils by the Reds in 1913 he would finish fifth in batting in the league. The next year would move up to second .004 behind Jake Daubert. Played eight seasons in the majors with five clubs.
  • Happy Finneran - future funeral director
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  • Fred Kommers - starting OF for Pittsbugh
  • George McQuillan -pitcher in 25 games (16 starts) for Pittsburgh
  • George Gibson reserve catcher for Pittsburgh played in 48 games
  • Otis Clymer OF with 105 AB for the Cubs
  • Ed Reulbach
  • Bob Harmon Cards pitched in 42 games
  • Bill Doak - started 12 games for the Cards
  • Guy Zinn - reserve outfielder with 138 AB
  • Tommy Griffith - reserve outfielder with 127 AB
  • Buster Brown - pitched in 2 games for the Braves but you gotta love that name
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