1923 Season- Seamheads Negro Leagues Database

1923 Season


Negro National League I


1922 / 1924

Top Hitter


Dobie
Moore

Top Pitcher


Bullet
Rogan

Leaders

ERA

# Player Team ERA
1
CAG
2.53
2
KCM
2.94
3
CAG
2.97
4
KCM
3.18
5
KCM
3.24
6
CSW
3.40
7
CAG
3.48
8
DS
3.49
9
ABC
3.66
10
ABC
3.69


Standings
Glossary

Negro National League I

vs NNL vs All Teams
# Team R/G RA/G Managers Ballpark
1
54
32
0
.628
-
61
37
0
.622
6.5
4.6
Association Park (Kansas City, MO), Muehlebach Field (Kansas City, MO)
2
39
24
0
.619
3.5
48
29
1
.623
5.6
4.7
Schorling Park (Chicago, IL)
3
39
27
0
.591
5.0
41
30
0
.577
6.1
5.9
Mack Park (Detroit, MI)
4
44
32
0
.579
5.0
51
33
0
.607
5.8
5.2
Washington Park (Indianapolis, IN)
5
24
33
0
.421
15.5
27
35
0
.435
5.5
5.3
No Home Ballpark
6
28
44
0
.389
19.0
31
49
1
.388
5.9
7.1
Stars Park (St. Louis, MO)
7
10
17
0
.370
14.5
10
17
0
.370
5.6
7.2
Swayne Field (Toledo, OH)
8
12
41
0
.226
25.5
15
51
1
.227
3.8
6.2
Borchert Park (Milwaukee, WI)
* = League Champion      


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Playing statistics for 1887-1922 and 1926-1938, as well as all Cuban League games (1902-1928) and Negro League vs. Major League games (1887-1944), copyright 2011-2018 Gary Ashwill.

Playing statistics for 1923 (except Negro League vs. Major League games), copyright 2011-2018 Patrick Rock.

Playing statistics for 1933 and 1943, copyright 2013-2018 Scott Simkus.

Playing statistics for 1924-1925, 1939-1942, and 1944-1946 Negro Leagues (not including Cuban League and Negro League vs. Major League games), copyright 2011-2018 Larry Lester, Wayne Stivers, Gary Ashwill.


Defensive Regression Analysis data used here was obtained with permission from Michael Humphreys, author of Wizardry

Win Shares are calculated using the formula in the book Win Shares by Bill James