Washington Senators (1912)
The Washington Senators was one of eight teams of the United States Baseball League. The league folded after just over a month of play in 1912. The Senators were owned by Hugh McKinnon and managed by George Browne.
|League||United States Baseball League|
|Reading (no name)||12||9||.571|
|Chicago Green Sox||10||12||.455|
|Cleveland Forest City||8||13||.381|
|New York Knickerbockers||2||15||.118|
In the USBL's only year, the Senators finished fifth place at 6-7, playing the fewest games of any team. The first game they played was on May 1, against Richmond, a 2-0 loss before 9,000 fans. It is one of the few known results of any of the USBL teams. Washington finished 6-7 and 5th in the league.
|1912 Washington Senators|
- Daniel, W. Harrison (2011). Baseball & Richmond: a history of the Professional game, 1884-2000. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers. pp. 62