The 1888 St. Louis Browns season was the team's seventh season in St. Louis, Missouri, and its seventh season in the American Association. The Browns went 92–43 during the season and finished first in the American Association, claiming their fourth pennant in a row. In the 1888 World Series, the Browns faced the National League champion New York Giants, losing the series 6 games to 4.
14 de jul. de 2017 · 1888 St. Louis Browns Statistics 1887 Season 1889 Season Record: 92-43-2, Finished 1st in American Association ( Schedule and Results ) Postseason: Lost World Series (6-4) to New York Giants Manager: Charlie Comiskey (92-43-2) Ballpark: Sportsman's Park I Park Factors: (Over 100 favors batters, under 100 favors pitchers.)
St. Louis Browns (4) The American Association of Base Ball Clubs ( AA ) was a professional baseball league that existed for 10 seasons from 1882 to 1891 . Together with the National League (NL), founded in 1876 , the AA participated in an early version of the World Series [a] seven times versus the champion of the NL in an interleague championship playoff tournament.
The St. Louis Browns were a Major League Baseball team that originated in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, as the Milwaukee Brewers. A charter member of the American League (AL), the Brewers moved to St. Louis, Missouri, after the 1901 season, where they played for 52 years as the St. Louis Browns. After the 1953 season, the team moved to Baltimore, Maryland, ...