1905 Major League Baseball season
|2nd||Chicago White Sox||92||60||.605||2.0|
|6th||New York Highlanders||71||78||.477||21.5|
|8th||St. Louis Browns||54||99||.353||40.5|
|1st||New York Giants||105||48||.686||–|
|6th||St. Louis Cardinals||58||96||.377||47.5|
|American League||National League|
|AVG||Elmer Flick CLE||.308||Cy Seymour CIN||.377|
|HR||Harry Davis PHA||8||Fred Odwell CIN||9|
|RBI||Harry Davis PHA||83||Cy Seymour CIN||121|
|Wins||Rube Waddell PHA||27||Christy Mathewson NYG||31|
|ERA||Rube Waddell PHA||1.48||Christy Mathewson NYG||1.28|
|Ks||Rube Waddell PHA||287||Christy Mathewson NYG||206|
The Athletics won the AL with a record of 92–56, and took on the 105–48 Giants in the Second World Series. The Giants took the series 4–1.
For the first time in Major League history, two teams with over 100 losses played each other, when the Brooklyn Superbas (100 losses) and Boston Beaneaters (100 losses) met in their final series of the season.
- April 26 – Jack McCarthy of the Chicago Cubs is the first fielder to throw out three base runners at home plate, achieving the feat against the Pittsburgh Pirates.
- "Elias Says...". ESPN.com. Retrieved October 9, 2012.
- Pellowski, Michael J (2007). The Little Giant Book of Baseball Facts. United States: Sterling Publishing Co. p. 352. ISBN 9781402742736.
- 1905 in baseball history from ThisGreatGame.com
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