1905

Lots to choose from. If you like pitching, you got some good ones. If you like fielding wizards, there are some to pick. If you like hitting, there are some fun guys. If you like peak, there are some short career greats. If you like career, they are there. We have a bunch of .300 hitters, 300 game winners, sluggers, and defense-first guys. I’m betting our ballots are all over the place.

Unless someone needs more time, this election will close Tuesday night.

7 Charley Bennett 5th
6 Pete Browning 8th
8 Fred Carroll
7 Bob Caruthers
6 Jerry Denny
1 Frank Dwyer
4 Dave Foutz
8 Pud Galvin 7th
8 George Gore 3rd
2 Mike Griffin
1 John Grim
2 Bug Holiday
2 Bill Joyce
2 Matt Kilroy
1 Bill Lange
1 Arlie Latham
3 Denny Lyons
13 Bobby Mathews 9th
1 Ed McKean
1 Bid McPhee
6 Tony Mullane
3 Billy Nash
9 Tip O’Neill
3 Fred Pfeffer
1 Heinie Reitz
1 Billy Rhines
8 Hardy Richardson 10th
1 Jake Stenzel
7 Harry Stovey
1 Jack Stivetts
12 Ezra Sutton
1 Jack Taylor
1 Mike Tiernan
1 Tommy Tucker
1 Farmer Vaughn
8 Mickey Welch
10 Ned Williamson 6th


Bob’s ballot:

1. Mathews
2. Stovey
3. McPhee
4. Browning
5. Gore
6. Williamson
7. Richardson
8. Galvin
9. Bennett
10. Stivetts

Write-ins: Caruthers, Griffin, McKean, Mullane, Sutton, Tiernan and Welch


Terry’s ballot:

1. Harry Stovey
2. Charlie Bennett
3. George Gore
4. Pete Browning
5. Bid McPhee
6. Bobby Mathews
7. Tony Mullane
8. Hardy Richardson
9. Mike Tiernan
10. Mickey Welch

Honorable mention:
Bob Caruthers
Pud Galvin
Tip O’Neill
Fred Dunlap
Ned Williamson
Jack Stivetts


Results:

Stupendously close election this year. Seven men were close. With 9 ballots cast:

72 Harry Stovey
69 George Gore
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53 Bid McPhee
51 Charlie Bennett
44 Pud Galvin
44 Ned Williamson
43 Pete Browning
37 Bobby Mathews
24 Mickey Welch
22 Hardy Richardson
19 Tony Mullane
18 Tip O’Neill
13 Mike Tiernan
9 Bob Caruthers
7 Dave Foutz
5 Fred Carroll
4 Bill Joyce
4 Billy Nash
3 Denny Lyons
3 Ed McKean
2 Arlie Latham
1 Jerry Denny
1 Fred Pfeffer
1 Jack Stivetts

Stovey and Gore have been running neck and neck since Stovey joined the fray in 1899’s elelction. Where they placed since 1899, Gore listed first

1899 4th 5th
1900 4th 5th
1901 5th 4th
1902 4th 3rd
1903 4th 5th
1904 3rd 4th

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