Baseball en 1871

1871 en baseball

Années :
1868 1869 1870  1871  1872 1873 1874

Décennies :
1840 1850 1860  1870  1880 1890 1900
Siècles :
XVIIIe siècle  XIXe siècle  XXe siècle
Millénaires :
Ier millénaire  IIe millénaire  IIIe millénaire


Chronologie mensuelle :
Jan - Fév - Mar - Avr - Mai - Juin
Juil - Aoû - Sep - Oct - Nov - Déc


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Chronologie du baseball

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Les faits marquants de l'année 1871 en Baseball

Champions

30 octobre. Les Philadelphia Athletics remportent le premier championnat professionnel des États-Unis organisé par la National Association of Professional Base Ball Players avec 21 victoires et 7 défaites[1].

National Association
Rang Club Vic. Déf. % vic.   GB
1er Philadelphia Athletics 21 7 .750 --
2e Chicago White Stockings 19 9 .679 2.0
3e Boston Red Stockings 20 10 .667 2.0
4e Washington Olympics 15 15 .500 7.0
5e New York Mutuals 16 17 .485 7.5
6e Troy Haymakers 13 15 .464 8.0
7e Fort Wayne Kekiongas 7 12 .368 9.5
8e Cleveland Forest Citys 10 19 .345 11.5
9e Rockford Forest Citys 4 21 .160 15.5

Événements

  • 4 mai. Fort Wayne Kekiongas s’impose 2-0 face à Cleveland’s Forest City Club à l’occasion du premier match de championnat professionnel de baseball (National Association)[1].

Naissances

Notes et références


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