The 1914 Chicago Whales were managed by ex-Cub shortstop, Joe Tinker. Tinker, one of the first big names to jump to the Federal League, was also the Whales starting shortstop.
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Chicago Whales Infielders Outfielders Pitchers Fred Beck Max Flack Dave Black Jack Farrell Austin Walsh Ad Brennan Harry Fritz Al Wickland Max Fiske Bill Jackson Dutch Zwilling Claude Hendrix Jack Kading Catchers Adam Johnson Leo Kavanaugh Bruno Block Erv Lange Jimmy Smith Clem Clements Tom McGuire Joe Tinker Skipper Roberts Mike Prendergast Rollie Zeider Art Wilson Doc Watson 1914 Roster 1914 Schedule
Opening Day Line-up : April 16, 1914 Max Flack, LF Rollie Zeider, 3B Joe Tinker, SS Fred Beck, 1B Dutch Zwilling, CF Al Wickland, RF Jack Farrell, 2B Art Wilson, C Claude Hendrix, P
Team Leaders Batting Average Dutch Zwilling - .313 Home Runs Dutch Zwilling - 16 Runs Batted In Dutch Zwilling - 95 Runs Dutch Zwilling - 91 Stolen Bases Max Flack - 37 Wins Claude Hendrix - 29 Innings Pitched Claude Hendrix - 362 Strikeouts Claude Hendrix - 189
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