1886 St. Louis Browns Game-by-Game Results

American Association (AA)
Team Record: 93-46
Finished 1st in the AA
Attendance: 33,000, Avg. 8,250
Ballpark: Sportsman's Park I
Won World Series
World Series - Defeated Chicago White Stockings 4-2
Manager: Charlie Comiskey (93-46)
Location: St. Louis, Missouri
1886 St. Louis Browns Statistics
1886 St. Louis Browns Roster

The St. Louis Browns of the American Association ended the 1886 season with a record of 93 wins and 46 losses, finishing first in the AA.

The Browns led the league with 944 runs, powered by 20 home runs. St. Louis allowed 592 runs, least in the league. Tip O'Neill drove in 107 runs and topped all qualifying hitters on the roster by hitting .328. Dave Foutz notched 41 wins for the squad, while Bob Caruthers and Nat Hudson as well added 15 or more victories as well Dave Foutz recorded a 2.11 ERA, tops among regularly-used pitchers.

Charlie Comiskey coached the team. The 1886 St. Louis Browns won the World Series.

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Regular Season Runs For: 0
Regular Season Runs Against: 0

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