1. Herman Long-SS, 2. Tommy Tucker-1B, 3. Hugh Duffy-CF, 4. Billy Nash-3B, 5. Tommy McCarthy-RF,
6. Joe Quinn-2B, 7. Bobby Lowe-LF, 8. Charlie Ganzel-C, 9. Charlie Bennett-C, 10. Kid Nichols-P, 11. Harry Staley-P, 12. Jack Stivett-P, 13. King Kelly-SUB
Winners of the 1st half of the split season format, the Beaneaters also became the 1st National League team to win over 100 games.
They are returning to the DMB World Series for the 2nd straight season, bringing with them a lot of the usual suspects. Returning are Herman Long, Tommy Tucker, Joe Quinn, Billy Nash, Bobby Lowe, Mike Kelly, Kid Nichols, Charlie Bennett, and Harry Staley.
Both John Clarkson and last year’s DMB World Series MVP departed mid-season.
The Beaneaters .250 team average was good for 6th in the 12 team league, with only Hugh Duffy batting over .300(.301) No player led the league in any significant offensive category.
Their 2.86 ERA was good for 2nd almost half a run behind the 1st place Spiders(2.41) Kid Nichols and Jack Stivett both compiled 35-16 records, while Harry Staley rounded out the staff with 22 wins.
In the Pennant Series the Beaneaters easily handled the Spiders in the best of 9 series 5-0 with 1 tie.