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1910s Baseball Season Recaps

The 1910s in baseball saw records fall and greats like Frank "Homerun" Baker and Babe Ruth really shine.

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1914 Baseball Season

The 1914 baseball season belonged to the Boston Braves, who rose from last place in July to a pennant in the fall. Starting the season with a 4-18 record and without injured shortstop Rabbit Maranville, manager George Stallings saw his team unite by midsummer.

1915 Baseball Season

The 1915 baseball season saw the end of the Federal League and Babe Ruth's first homer, as well as another World Series between Boston and Philadelphia. See all the highlights including the 1915 World Series.

1911 Baseball Season

The 1911 baseball season showcased the legendary Ty Cobb among many other players. Both leagues used the lively, cork-centered ball throughout the season, bringing at least a holiday from the dead-ball era while pitchers were put on the defensive.

1916 Baseball Season

In 1916 the Giants opened the season with a bad streak of consecutive losses, and went on to set a record winning streak. The Boston Red Sox took the World Series Championship. See highlights and headlines from the 1916 season.

1918 Baseball Season

The 1918 baseball season was cut short due to World War I -- baseball did not claim exemption as a public morale service. See the highlights of the short season including the Red Sox vs. Cubs 1918 World Series.

1919 Baseball Season

With the end of World War I in 1919, both baseball and the nation as a whole returned to business as usual. The 1919 baseball season is famous for the scandal involved when the Chicago White Sox threw the World Series away to the Cincinnati Reds.

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