1887 Baseball Season Roster
- Vast rule changes drive offense higher
- Tip O’Neill wins AA Triple Crown (.435-14-123)
- NL’s Sam Thompson: .372, 166 RBI
Walks counted as hits, though it took five balls to get one, and four strikes to whiff. Pitchers could no long hide the ball or get a running start, though batters could no longer call for high/low pitches. Seasons were 125+ games in the National League, 130+ in the American Association. The days of the one-man pitching staff were over. Batters were the beneficiaries. AA winner St. Louis scored 1,131 runs. P
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