1903 Major League Baseball season
This article is about the 1903 Major League Baseball season only. For information on all
of baseball, see 1903 in baseball
The 1903 Major League Baseball season, saw the relocation of the Baltimore Orioles to New York City, and become the Highlanders, the last relocation in MLB until 1953, when the Boston Braves moved to Milwaukee, along with the playing of the first modern World Series with the Boston Americans defeating the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Major league baseball final standings
|1||Pittsburgh Pirates – 7, Boston Americans – 3||October 1||Huntington Avenue Baseball Grounds|| 16,242|
|2||Pittsburgh Pirates – 0, Boston Americans – 3||October 2||Huntington Avenue Baseball Grounds|| 9,415|
|3||Pittsburgh Pirates – 4, Boston Americans – 2||October 3||Huntington Avenue Baseball Grounds|| 18,801|
|4||Boston Americans – 4, Pittsburgh Pirates – 5||October 6||Exposition Park III|| 7,600|
|5||Boston Americans – 11, Pittsburgh Pirates – 2||October 7||Exposition Park III|| 12,322|
|6||Boston Americans – 6, Pittsburgh Pirates – 3||October 8||Exposition Park III|| 11,556|
|7||Boston Americans – 7, Pittsburgh Pirates – 3||October 10||Exposition Park III|| 17,038|
|8||Pittsburgh Pirates – 0, Boston Americans – 3||October 13||Huntington Avenue Baseball Grounds|| 7,455|
"Battle of Ohio"
The Cincinnati Reds and Cleveland Naps played an unofficial best of 11-game exhibition series after the regular season, with Cleveland winning the series six games to three.
Note: AB = At bats; R = Runs scored; H = Hits; 2B = Doubles; 3B = Triples; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in; BB = Walks; SO = Strike outs; SB = Stolen bases; W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; CG = Complete games; SH = Shutouts; IP = Innings pitched; K = Strike outs