Griffith Stadium

GG - Griffith

1911

1911 Senators

1912

1912 Senators

Walter Johnson 10

N. L. ERA Leader (1.39)

Walter Johnson (WAS)

1912

Walter Johnson 16

A. L. Strikeout Leader (303)

Walter Johnson (WAS)

1912

Clyde Milan 2

A. L. Stolen Base Leader (88)

Clyde Milan (WAS)

1912

1913

1913 Senatros

Walter Johnson

Chalmers Award

Walter Johnson (WAS)

1913

Walter Johnson 3

A. L. Wins Leader (36)

Walter Johnson (WAS)

1913

Walter Johnson 11

A. L. ERA Leader (1.14)

Walter Johnson (WAS)

1913

A. L. Strikeout Leader (243)

Walter Johnson (WAS)

1913

Clyde Milan 3

A. L. Stolen Base Leader (75)

Clyde Milan (WAS)

1913

Eddie Ainsmith

Eddie Ainsmith (WAS)

Steals 2nd, 3rd & Home

9th Inning

vs. Philadelphia Athletics

June 26th, 1913

1914

1914 Senators

Walter Johnson 4

A. L. Wins Leader (28)

Walter Johnson (WAS)

1914

Walter Johnson 17

A. L. Strikeout Leader (225)

Walter Johnson (WAS)

1914

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No Hitter:

Jim Scott (CHI)

5-14-14

vs. Washington Senators (0-1)

1915

1915 Senators

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A. L. Wins Leader (27)

Walter Johnson (WAS)

1915

Walter Johnson 18

A. L. Strikeout Leader (203)

Walter Johnson (WAS)

1915

1916

1916 Senators

Walter Johnson 6

A. L. Wins Leader (25)

Walter Johnson (WAS)

1916

Walter Johnson 19

A. L. Strikeout Leader (228)

Walter Johnson (WAS)

1916

1917

1917 Senators

Walter Johnson 20

A. L. Strikeout Leader (188)

Walter Johnson (WAS)

1917

1918

1918 Senators

JOHNSON

A. L. Wins Leader (23)

Walter Johnson (WAS)

1918

Walter Johnson 12

A. L. ERA Leader (1.27)

Walter Johnson (WAS)

1918

Walter Johnson 21

A. L. Strikeout Leader (162)

Walter Johnson (WAS)

1918

1919

1919 Senators

Walter Johnson 13

A. L. ERA Leader (1.49)

Walter Johnson (WAS)

1919

Walter Johnson 22

A. L. Strikeout Leader (147)

Walter Johnson (WAS)

1919

1920

1920 Senators

Sam Rice

A. L. Stolen Base Leader (63)

Sam Rice (WAS)

1920

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300th Win:

Walter Johnson

May 14th, 1920

1921

1921 Senators

Walter Johnson 23

A. L. Strikeout Leader (143)

Walter Johnson (WAS)

1921

Howie Shanks

A. L. Co-Triples Leader (18)

Howie Shanks (WAS)

1921

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Cycle:

Bob Meusel (NYY)

vs. Washington Senators

May 7th, 1921

1922

1922 Senators

1923

1923 Senators

Stan Coveleski

A. L. ERA Leader (2.76)

Stan Coveleski (WAS)

1923

Walter Johnson 24

A. L. Strikeout Leader (130)

Walter Johnson (WAS)

1923

Goose Goslin 4

A. L. Co-Triples Leader (18)

Goose Goslin (WAS)

1923

Sam Rice 2

A. L. Co-Triples Leader (18)

Sam Rice (WAS)

1923

1924

1924 Senators

1924 Potomacs

Walter Johnson 2

A. L. Most Valuable Player

Walter Johnson (WAS)

1924

Walter Johnson 9

A. L. Wins Leader (23)

Walter Johnson (WAS)

1924

Walter Johnson 14

A. L. ERA Leader (2.72)

Walter Johnson (WAS)

1924

Goose Goslin 3

A. L. RBI Leader (129)

Goose Goslin (WAS)

1924

Walter Johnson 25

A. L. Strikeout Leader (158)

Walter Johnson (WAS)

1924

Babe Ruth 15

Babe Ruth Runs into Outfield Wall

Knocked Unconscious

July 5th, 1924

1924 WS

Senators Defeat Giants

Win World Series 4-3

October 10th, 1924

1925

1925 Senators

Roger Peckinpaugh

A. L. Most Valuable Player

Roger Peckinpaugh (WAS)

1925

Stan Coveleski 2

A. L. ERA Leader (2.84)

Stan Coveleski (WAS)

1925

Goose Goslin 5

A. L. Triples Leader (20)

Goose Goslin (WAS)

1925

1926

1926 Senators

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400th Win:

Walter Johnson

May 12th, 1926

1927

1927 Senators

1928

1928 Sentaors

Goslin Goose 1518.68WT1_Bat_PD

A. L. Batting Champion (.379)

Goose Goslin (WAS)

1928

Garland Braxton

A. L. ERA Leader (2.51)

Garland Braxton (WAS)

1928

1929

1929 Senators

1930

1930 Senators

1931

1931 Senators

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No Hitter:

Bob Burke

8-8-31

vs. Boston Red Sox (5-0)

1932

1932 Senators

1932 Pilots

Alvin Crowder

A. L. Wins Leader (26)

Alvin Crowder (WAS)

1932

Joe Cronin 3

A. L. Triples Leader (18)

Joe Cronin (WAS)

1932

Mickey Cochrane

Cycle:

Mickey Cochrane (PHA)

vs. Washington Senators

July 22nd, 1932

1933

1933 Senators

Alvin Crowder 2

A. L. Co-Wins Leader (24)

Alvin Crowder (WAS)

1933

Heinie Manush 2

A. L. Triples Leader (17)

Heinie Manush (WAS)

1933

Pinky Higgins

Cycle:

Pinky Higgins (PHA)

vs. Washington Senators

August 6th, 1933

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Giants Defeat Senators

Win World Series 4-1

October 7th, 1933

1934

1934 Senators

1935

1935 Senators

Buddy Myer 2

A. L. Batting Champion (.349)

Buddy Myer (WAS)

1935

1936

1936 Senators

1936 Elite Giants

1937

1937 Senators

1937 ELite Giants

Ben Chapman 5

A. L. Co-Stolen Base Leader (35)

Ben Chapman (WAS/BOS)

1937

1937-as

July 7th, 1937

American League 8

National League 3

1938

1938 Senators

1938 Black Senators

Odell Hale

Cycle:

Odell Hale (CLE)

vs. Washington Senators

July 12th, 1938

1939

1939 Senators

George Case

A. L. Stolen Base Leader (51)

George Case (WAS)

1939

Buddy Lewis

A. L. Triples Leader (16)

Buddy Lewis (WAS)

1939

1940

1940 Senators

1940 Grays

George Case 2

A. L. Stolen Base Leader (35)

George Case (WAS)

1940

1941

1941 Senators

1941 Grays

George Case 3

A. L. Stolen Base leader (33)

George Case (WAS)

1941

1942

1942 Senators

1942 GRays

Bobo Newsom

A. L. Co-Strikeout Leader (113)

Bobo Newsom (WAS)

1942

George Case 4

A. L. Stolen Base Leader (44)

George Case (WAS)

1942

Stan Spence

A. L. Triples Leader (15)

Stan Spence (WAS)

1942

1942 Game 1

Negro World Series

Game 1

Kansas City Monarchs (8)

vs.

Homestead Grays (0)

September 8th, 1942

1943

1943 Senators

1943 Grays

George case 5

A. L. Stolen Base Leader (61)

George Case (WAS)

1943

1943 Game 1

Negro World Series

Game 1

Washington Homestead Grays (2)

vs.

Birmingham Black Barons (4)

September 21st, 1943

1943 Game 3

Negro World Series

Game 3

Washington Homestead Grays (4)

vs.

Birmingham Black Barons (3)

September 25th, 1943?

1944

1944 Senators

1944 Grays

1944 Game 5

Negro World Series

Game 5

Washington Homestead Grays (4)

vs.

Birmingham Black Barons (2)

September 24th, 1944

1945

1945 Senators

1945 Grays

1945 Game 3

Negro World Series

Game 3

Cleveland Buckeyes (4)

vs.

Washington Homestead Grays (0)

September 18th, 1945

1946

1946 Senators

1946 Grays

Mickey Vernon 2

A. L. Batting Champion (.353)

Mickey Vernon (WAS)

1946

Howard Easterling

Negro Leagues

East-West All Star Game (6-3)

August 15th, 1946

1947

1947 Senators

1947 GRays

Vic Wertz

Cycle:

Vic Wertz (DET)

vs. Washington Senators

September 14, 1947

1948

1948 Senators

1948 Grays

1949

1949 Senators

1950

1950 Senators

1951

1951 Senators

1952

1952 Senators

1953

1953 Senators

Bob Porterfield

A. L. Wins Leader (22)

Bob Porterfield (WAS)

1953

Mickey Vernon 3

A. L. Batting Champion (.337)

Mickey Vernon (WAS)

1953

1954

1954 Senators

1955

1955 Senators

1956

1956 Senators

Jim Lemon 2

A. L. Co-Triples leader (11)

Jim Lemon (WAS)

1956

1956-as

July 10th, 1956

National League 7

American League 3

1957

1957 Senators

Roy Sievers 2

A. L. Home Run Leader (42)

Roy Sievers (WAS)

1957

Roy Sievers 3

A. L. RBI Leader (114)

Roy Sievers (WAS)

1957

1958

1958 Senators

Albie Pearson

A.L. Rookie of the Year

Albie Pearson (WAS)

1958

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1958

Some Baseball Scenes Filmed

at Griffith Stadium

1959

1959 Senators

Bob Allison

A.L. Rookie of the Year

Bob Allison (WAS)

1959

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A. L. Co-Home Run Leader (42)

Harmon Killebrew (WAS)

1959

Bob Allison 2

A. L. Triples Leader (9)

Bob Allison (WAS)

1959

Jim Lemon

Jim Lemon (WAS)

Two Home Runs

3rd Inning

vs. Boston Red Sox

September 5th, 1959

1960

1960 Senators

1961

1961 Senators

Dick Donovan

A. L. ERA Leader (2.40)

Dick Donovan (WAS)

1961