games & contests
Fans Favorites

Go to: Fans Favorites Main Menu

1905 World Series 1905 World Series

Philadelphia Athletics vs New York Giants - Christy Mathewson tossed three shutouts - Baseball History

Share tweet me

The 1905 Philadelphia Athletics had three 20 game winners during the regular season- Rube Waddell, Eddie Plank, and Andy Coakley.

The New York Giants had Christy Mathewson, with a 31-9 record an ERA of 1.28 and Joe McGinnity, 21-15 with a 2.87 ERA.  

The Giants, Christy Mathewson started the first game, the third game and the fifth game and threw three straight shutouts.

The Athletics won the second game behind Chief Bender 3-0, the Athletics scored 3 unearned runs off of McGinnity. Joe Iron Man McGinnity pitched a shutout in game four. The World Series lasted only five games and the two Giants' pitchers, Christy Mathewson and Joe McGinnity did not allow an earned run in leading the Giants to the World Championship and pitched five complete games.


For more information about World Series, type in the words world series into the 'Search' located on the Home Page.


You have entered the Philadelphia Athletics Archives Room of

Pitching a Major League Record of Shutouts for one season
Highest One Season Pitching Shutouts Highest One Season Pitching Shutouts

George Bradley hurled a major record 16 shutouts in 1876 Grover Cleveland Alexander tied with 16 shutouts in 1916 Baseball History
Read it here again! Old Baseball Records!

Single Season Major League Shutout Leaders

George Bradley 1876 St Louis Brown Stockings 16, Pete Alexander 1916 Philadelphia Phillies 16

Jack Coombs 1910 Philadelphia Athletics 13, Bob Gibson 1968 St Louis Cardinals 13

Ed Morris 1886 Pittsburgh Alleghenys 12, Jim Galvin 1884 Buffalo Bisons 12, Pete Alexander 1915 Phillies 12

Tommy Bond 1879 Boston Red Stockings 11, Dave Foutz 1886 Brown Stockings 11, Charley Radbourn 1884 Providence Grays 11, Ed Walsh 1908 Chicago White Sox 11, Christy Mathewson 1908 New York Giants 11, Walter Johnson 1913 Washington Senators 11, Sandy Koufax 1963 Los Angeles Dodgers 11, Dean Chance 1964 Los Angeles Angels 11

 copyright © 1999 - 2013 -
visit  || visit  ||  visit  ||  visit

the players playing fields legends contact us games & contests fans favorites women in baseball baseball trades search our site historic teams all stars world argue w/ the ump home login / register american heroes who was i?