1914 New York Yankees
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|1914 New York Yankees |
|Major league affiliations|
|Owner(s)||William Devery and Frank Farrell|
|Manager(s)||Frank Chance and Roger Peckinpaugh|
|Baseball-Reference||1914 New York Yankees|
Record: 70-84 Finished 6th (tied) in American League (1914 AL)
Managed by Frank Chance (60-74) and Roger Peckinpaugh (10-10)
Coach: Tom Daly
History, Comments, Contributions
The 1914 New York Yankees played the 12th season since moving to New York, and their 14th overall. They finished with a record of 70-84, tied for 6th place, 30 games behind the American League champion Philadelphia Athletics. New York was managed by Frank Chance and Roger Peckinpaugh. Home games were played at the Polo Grounds.
|Boston Red Sox||91||62||.595||8½|
|St. Louis Browns||71||82||.464||28½|
|Chicago White Sox||70||84||.455||30|
|New York Yankees||70||84||.455||30|
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