Bennett Park I

Ed Siever

A. L. ERA Leader (1.91)

Ed Siever (DET)

1902

Dave Fultz

Dave Fultz (PHA)

Steals 2nd, 3rd & Home

2nd Inning

vs. Detroit Tigers

September 4th, 1902

Sam Crawford 7

A. L. Triples Leader (25)

Sam Crawford (DET)

1903

 

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No Hitter:

Frank Smith (Chi)

9-6-05

vs. Detroit Tigers (15-0)

Bill Coughlin

Bill Coughlin (DET)

Steals 2nd, 3rd & Home

7th Inning

vs. Washington Senators

June 4th, 1906

Ty Cobb 13

A. L. Batting Champion (.350)

Ty Cobb (DET)

1907

Ty Cobb 26

A. L. RBI Leader (119)

Ty Cobb (DET)

1907

Ty Cobb 7

A. L. Stolen Base Leader (49)

Ty Cobb (DET)

1907

1907 Chicago Cubs

Cubs Defeat Tigers

Win World Series 4-0

October 12th, 1907

Sam Crawford

A. L. Home Run Leader (7)

“Wahoo” Sam Crawford (DET)

1908

Ty Cobb 14

A. L. Batting Champion (.324)

Ty Cobb (DET)

1908

Ty Cobb 27

A. L. RBI Leader (108)

Ty Cobb (DET)

1908

Ty Cobb 30

A. L. Triples Leader (20)

Ty Cobb (DET)

1908

1908 WS

Cubs Defeat Tigers

Win World Series 4-1

October 14th, 1908

Ty Cobb 6

A. L. Home Run Leader (9)

Ty Cobb (DET)

1909

George Mullin

A. L. Wins Leader (29)

George Mullin (DET)

1909

Ty Cobb 15

A. L. Batting Champion (.377)

Ty Cobb (DET)

1909

Ty Cobb 28

A. L. RBI Leader (107)

Ty Cobb (DET)

1909

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A. L. Stolen Base Leader (76)

Ty Cobb (DET)

1909

Ty Cobb 4

Ty Cobb (DET)

Stelas 2nd, 3rd & Home

7th Inning

vs. Boston Red Sox

July 22nd, 1909

1909 WS

Pirates Defeat Tigers

Win World Series 4-3

October 16th, 1909

Ty Cobb 16

A. L. Batting Champion (.385)

Ty Cobb (DET)

1910

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A. L. RBI Leader (120)

Sam Crawford (DET)

1910

Sam Crawford 8

A. L. Triples Leader (19)

Sam Crawford (DET)

1910

Ty Cobb 5

Chalmers Award

Ty Cobb (DET)

1911

Ty Cobb 17

A. L. Batting Champion (.420)

Ty Cobb (DET)

1911

Ty Cobb 29

A. L. RBI Leader (127)

Ty Cobb (DET)

1911

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A. L. Stolen Base Leader (83)

Ty Cobb (DET)

1911

Ty Cobb 31

A. L. Triples Leader (24)

Ty Cobb (DET)

1911

Ty Cobb 3

Ty Cobb (DET)

Steals 2nd, 3rd & Home

1st Inning

vs. Philadelphia Athletics

July 12th, 1911