Deadball Era

 

Deadball Era Resources
The Deadball Era (1901-19) Committee of the Society for American Baseball Research ... Committee Newsletters, Artifacts and Ephemera, Deadball Era Leaders, Annual Awards (Contemporary & In Hindsight), Top 16 Teams, Miscellaneous...
SABR Deadball Era Research Committee
Baseball Chronology (Deadball Era)

 

 

Retrosheet

Compiling play-by-play and day-by-day data for every game ever played; essential newsletters
Baseball Reference

Player pages, stats, league leaders, awards
John Skilton's Links
9000+ sites and growing ...
The Deadball Era
Lots of Obits

 

Boston Red Sox -- Chicago Cubs

 

Boston Red Sox
BabeRuth.com
Babe Ruth Birthplace and Museum

 

Chicago Cubs
An Overlooked Great Team
Charlie Deal, Third Baseman
Grover Alexander, Pitcher

1918 Season (Schedule and Scores)

American League
Boston Red Sox
Cleveland Indians
Washington Senators
New York Yankees
St. Louis Browns
Chicago White Sox
Detroit Tigers
Philadelphia Athletics

 

National League
Chicago Cubs
New York Giants
Cincinnati Reds
Pittsburgh Pirates
Brooklyn Dodgers
Philadelphia Phillies
Boston Braves
St. Louis Cardinals

 

Jan Feb March April May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec

 

Contemporaries

 

Urban Shocker, St. Louis Browns pitcher
George Sisler, St. Louis Browns first baseman
Ty Cobb Museum
Ty Cobb, Detroit Tigers outfielder
Tris Speaker, Cleveland outfielder
Joe Wood, Cleveland outfielder

 

Shoeless Joe Jackson Virtual Hall of Fame
Joe Jackson, Chicago White Sox outfielder
Eddie Collins, Chicago White Sox second baseman
Walter Johnson, Washington Senators pitcher
Zack Wheat, Brooklyn Dodgers outfielder

 

 

Red Sox Fan Pages

 

Boston's Pastime
& a page devoted to "1918"
Red Sox Box Scores
[including 1918]

Many Red Sox fan links and baseball links
@ pedro45.net


Also by Allan Wood
Tom Foley - Fenway Park
Peanut Vendor, 1918

Why I Wrote This Book (1918)
Uncovering the history of the last world champion Boston Red Sox team.

A report from the Barry Halper
Memorabilia Auction at Sotheby's