» The 1910 American Association Champion Minneapolis Millers

The Millers captured their first American Association crown in 1910 with a dominating 107 wins against 61 losses under head man “Pongo Joe” Cantillon. “Long Tom” Hughes won an astounding 31 games while his moundmate Roy “The St. Croix Boy Wonder” Patterson won 22 for Minneapolis. Combining veteran poise with an abundance of talent on both sides of the plate, the Millers were simply indomitable during the 1910 season. Learn more about this amazing team by subscribing to the American Association Almanac!

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Summer 2007 Almanac Nearly Complete » The 1910 American Association Champion Minneapolis Millers

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