1905 New York Giants
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1905 New York Giants / Franchise: San Francisco Giants / BR Team Page
Clinched Pennant: September 30, 1905, At St. Louis Cardinals
World Series Champs
Managed by John McGraw
History, Comments, Contributions
The 1905 New York Giants won their second consecutive National League pennant, going 105-48 and finishing well ahead of the second-place Pittsburgh Pirates. After refusing to play the American League champions the year before, they faced the Philadelphia Athletics in the World Series and won it, four games to one, with all five games being shutouts.
The Giants made mincemeat of the Boston Beaneaters during the season, going 19-3 against them and outscoring them 145-40. Boston's only three wins were all recorded by Irv Young, by scores of 2-0, 2-1 and 1-0. Still, this was one of the most lopsided season series in all of major league history.
|1||Giants - 3, Athletics - 0||October 9||Columbia Park||17,995|
|2||Athletics - 3, Giants - 0||October 10||Polo Grounds||24,992|
|3||Giants - 9, Athletics - 0||October 12||Columbia Park||10,991|
|4||Athletics - 0, Giants - 1||October 13||Polo Grounds||13,598|
|5||Athletics - 0, Giants - 2||October 14||Polo Grounds||24,187|
- 2022 San Francisco Giants Media Guide, pg. 518