Winning Percentage : 1910 National League Top 25

Finding the American or National League leader in virtually every hitting & pitching statistic is easy-to-do. Finding the top 25 players during any given season is far more challenging. Baseball Almanac has taken away that difficult problem and is pleased to present the data you requested:

"When you're playing 162 baseball games, you're playing almost every day, it's nice to have a guy (Jose Lima) like that around to lighten things up and have fun. It's a huge plus for us." - Detroit Tigers Pitcher Matt Anderson
1910 Winning Percentage Leaders

Top 25 in the National League

King Cole .833 (.83333) Chicago Cubs 1
Doc Crandall .810 (.80952) New York Giants 2
Christy Mathewson .750 (.75000) New York Giants 3
Babe Adams .667 (.66667) Pittsburgh Pirates 4
Mordecai Brown .641 (.64103) Chicago Cubs 5
George Suggs .625 (.62500) Cincinnati Reds 6
George McQuillan .600 (.60000) Philadelphia Phillies 7
Ed Reulbach .600 (.60000) Chicago Cubs
Earl Moore .595 (.59459) Philadelphia Phillies 9
Harry McIntire .591 (.59091) Chicago Cubs 10
Louis Drucke .545 (.54545) New York Giants 11
Hooks Wiltse .538 (.53846) New York Giants 12
Lefty Leifield .536 (.53571) Pittsburgh Pirates 13
Bob Ewing .533 (.53333) Philadelphia Phillies 14
Red Ames .522 (.52174) New York Giants 15
Johnny Lush .519 (.51852) St. Louis Cardinals 16
Jack Rowan .519 (.51852) Cincinnati Reds
Cy Barger .500 (.50000) Brooklyn Superbas 18
Kirby White .500 (.50000) Boston Doves
Pittsburgh Pirates
Nap Rucker .486 (.48571) Brooklyn Superbas 20
Lew Moren .481 (.48148) Philadelphia Phillies 21
Howie Camnitz .480 (.48000) Pittsburgh Pirates 22
Harry Gaspar .469 (.46875) Cincinnati Reds 23
Bob Harmon .464 (.46429) St. Louis Cardinals 24
Fred Beebe .462 (.46154) Cincinnati Reds 25

Jack Clark , Denny Galehouse , Dizzy Trout and Tony Conigliaro .

Jose Cruz of the Houston Astros had his number twenty-five retired on October 3, 1992, and became the first Major League player with that particular retired number.

Jim Thome wore number twenty-five since he first came up with the Cleveland Indians making him the franchise record holder for that particular number ( Mike Garcia is second).

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