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  1. 18 de mai. de 2024 · 1914/1915 » Overview ... a crucial goal in their 0-0 draw against Norwich in the Championship play-off semi ... of the season contender ...

  2. Há 4 dias · Boston won the very first World Series, in 1903, by defeating the Pittsburgh Pirates and continued its successful run in the 1910s, winning four more championships (1912, 1915, 1916, and 1918) with lineups that included centre fielder Tris Speaker (1907–15), pitcher Smokey Joe Wood (1908–15), and a young pitcher-turned-outfielder ...

  3. Há 5 dias · The national championship was suspended in October 1915 due to World War I. Limited play continued on a regional basis in many parts of the country, while competition was abandoned in other areas. Several regional leagues continued to declare champions or cup winners.

  4. 18 de mai. de 2024 · The 1919 squad won 96 games behind outfielder Edd Roush and pitcher Dolf Luque on its way to the franchise’s first World Series berth. The Reds won the World Series five games to three over the Chicago White Sox , but their championship was tarnished when eight of Chicago’s players were accused of having taken bribes to throw the ...

  5. Há 2 dias · In the 2010 National League Championship Series, the Phillies fell to the eventual World Series champion San Francisco Giants in six games. Halladay was named the 2010 NL Cy Young Award winner. Before the start of the 2011 season , the Phillies signed pitcher Cliff Lee to a five-year deal, bringing him back to the team and forming a formidable rotation of Halladay, Lee, Hamels, Oswalt, and ...

  6. Há 4 dias · From 1915 to the end of the 2022–23 season, the trophy has been won 107 times. 26 teams have won the cup, 21 of which are still active in the NHL. Prior to that, the challenge cup was held by nine teams. The Montreal Canadiens have won the Stanley Cup 24 times and made the Finals an additional eleven times.

  7. Há 6 dias · In 1915 owner Charles Somers requested that local newspapers pick a new name for the franchise, and “Indians” was chosen. In 1916 the team traded for Tris Speaker, who led the Indians to their first World Series championship in 1920.