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1902 Major League Baseball season

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1902 Major League Baseball season

This article is about the 1902 Major League Baseball season only. For information on all of baseball, see 1902 in baseball.

The 1902 Major League Baseball season, involved the Milwaukee Brewers moving to St. Louis and become the St. Louis Browns, and the Chicago Orphans were renamed as the Cubs.

Major league baseball final standings

Note: The Baltimore Orioles of 1902 became the New York Highlanders in 1903 (which were renamed the New York Yankees in 1913).

American League
Rank Club Wins Losses Win %   GB
1st Philadelphia Athletics 83   53 .610    –
2nd St. Louis Browns 78   58 .574   5
3rd Boston Americans 77   60 .562   6.5
4th Chicago White Stockings 74   60 .552   8.0
5th Cleveland Broncos 69   67 .507 14.0
6th Washington Senators 61   75 .449 22.0
7th Detroit Tigers 52   83 .385 30.5
8th Baltimore Orioles 50   88 .362 34.0
National League
Rank Club Wins Losses Win %   GB
1st Pittsburgh Pirates 103   36 .741    –
2nd Brooklyn Superbas 75   63 .593   27.5
3rd Boston Beaneaters 73   64 .581   29.0
4th Cincinnati Reds 70   70 .500   33.5
5th Chicago Orphans 68   69 .496   34.0
6th St. Louis Cardinals 56   78 .418   44.5
7th Philadelphia Phillies 56   81 .409   46.0
8th New York Giants 48   88 .353   53.5

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