1908 Major League Baseball season
The 1908 Major League Baseball season. The Chicago Cubs defeated the Detroit Tigers 4–1 to win the World Series.
United States at the 1908 Summer Olympics
The United States competed at the 1908 Summer Olympics in London, England. During the opening ceremony, American athletes did not dip their flag to the British royalty in support of the Irish boycott ...
United States at the 1908 Summer Olympics - Wikipedia
1908 New York Highlanders season
The 1908 New York Highlanders season finished with the team in 8th place in the American League with a record of 51–103. Their home games were played at Hilltop Park.The Highlanders finished in last p...
1908 American Cup
The 1908 American Cup was the annual open cup held by the American Football Association. The West Hudsons won the tournament for the second time in three years defeating the Paterson True Blues in the...
1908 Pittsburgh Pirates season
The 1908 Pittsburgh Pirates season was a season American baseball. The team finished tied for second place in the National League with the New York Giants, one game behind the Chicago Cubs. The Pirate...
1908 U.S. Open (golf)
The 1908 U.S. Open was the 1908 U.S. Open. The golf tournament was held August 27–29, 1908, at Myopia Hunt Club in South Hamilton, Massachusetts. Fred McLeod defeated 1899 champion Willie Smith in an ...
1908 New York Giants season
The 1908 New York Giants season was a season in Major League Baseball. The Giants finished second in the National League.Paced by Turkey Mike Donlin, the offense scored the most runs in the league. Do...
1908 New York Giants season - Wikipedia
1907–08 St. Louis Soccer League season
Final league standings for the 1907-08 St. Louis Soccer League.
1908 Detroit Tigers season
The 1908 Detroit Tigers season was a season in American baseball. The team won the American League championship by means of a scheduling quirk, finishing just one-half game ahead of the Cleveland Naps...
1908 Chicago Cubs season
The 1908 Chicago Cubs season was the 36th season of the Chicago Cubs franchise, the 33rd in the National League and the 16th at West Side Park. It involved the Cubs winning their third consecutive Nat...
1908 Boston Red Sox season
The 1908 Boston Red Sox season was a season in American baseball. It involved the Red Sox finishing 5th in the American League with a record of 75 wins and 79 losses.
1908 Boston Red Sox season - Wikipedia
1908–09 WPHL season
The 1908–09 WPHL season was played by teams of the Western Pennsylvania Hockey League.
Source: Fitzsimmons, p. 415
1908–09 WPHL season - Wikipedia
1908 World Series
The 1908 World Series matched the defending champion Chicago Cubs against the Detroit Tigers in a rematch of the 1907 Series. In this first-ever rematch of this young event, the Cubs won in five games...
1908 New York to Paris Race
The 1908 New York to Paris Race was an automobile competition consisting of drivers attempting to travel from New York to Paris. This was a considerable challenge given the state of automobile technol...
1908 New York to Paris Race - Wikipedia
1908 Cleveland Naps season
The 1908 Cleveland Naps season was a season in American baseball. The team finished second in the American League with a record of 90–64, just one-half game behind the Detroit Tigers. The Naps finishe...
1908 Cleveland Naps season - Wikipedia
1907–08 National Association Foot Ball League season
Statistics of National Association Foot Ball League in season 1907-08.
1908 Boston Doves season

On April 29, New York Giants manager John McGraw ridiculed Doves player and former Giants player Dan McGann by calling him an ice wagon. Many former Giants were now on the Doves roster. McGraw an...
1908 Boston Doves season - Wikipedia
1908 International Lawn Tennis Challenge
The 1908 International Lawn Tennis Challenge was the eighth edition of what is now known as the Davis Cup. For the first time, ties were held in different countries and at different times, rather than...
1908 International Lawn Tennis Challenge - Wikipedia
1907–08 WPHL season
The 1907–08 WPHL season was played by teams of the Western Pennsylvania Hockey League.
Source: Fitzsimmons, p. 415
1907–08 WPHL season - Wikipedia
Merkle's Boner
Merkle's Boner refers to the notorious baserunning mistake committed by rookie Fred Merkle of the New York Giants in a game against the Chicago Cubs in 1908. Merkle's failure to advance to second base...
Merkle's Boner - Wikipedia