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This Day in Baseball: Walter Johnson’s 36-win Season

By Precious Sanders @pdsanders99

Washington Senators pitcher Walter Johnson defeated the Philadelphia Athletics, 1-0, on September 29, 1913 to record his final decision of the season. Johnson would appear in only one more game in 1913 and finished the season with an impressive 36-7 record and a mind-boggling 346.1 innings pitched. Over the course of the season, Johnson also notched two saves, 243 strikeouts, and only gave up 9 home runs and 40 walks. He concluded 1913 with an ERA of 1.14.

This day in baseball: Walter Johnson’s 36-win seasonWalter Johnson (Library of Congress)

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