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by Steve Ehresman
The Yanks had gone “over there” and come home victorious. Warren G. Harding was sworn in as the 29th President of the United States. Former President William Howard Taft became Chief Justice of the United States. Franklin D. Roosevelt was stricken with polio while on vacation. In football’s “upset of the century,” Centre College defeated Harvard University 6-0, snapping the Crimson’s five-year winning streak. Popular literature included Edgar Rice Burroughs’ Tarzan the Terrible and F. Scott Fitzgerald’s collection of short stories Flappers and Philosophers. A White Castle hamburger restaurant opened in Wichita, Kansas, forming the nation’s first fast-food chain. Charlie Chaplin wrote, produced, and directed the full-length silent comedy-drama film The Kid, featuring his Little Tramp character. The first radio baseball game was broadcast with Harold Arlin calling the Phillies-Pirates game from Forbes Field.
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The 1921 Classic Past Season database contains everything you need to play games using teams and players from the 1921 season -- a full set of ratings and statistics for every player who appeared in the big leagues that year, plus team rosters, manager profiles, ballpark ratings and league schedules. Statistics include official batting, pitching and fielding totals for all batters and pitchers.
Also included is a complete set of real-life player transactions -- trades, disabled list moves, promotions, demotions, suspensions, and more -- plus the actual starting lineups for every regular season game played.
Note: This season database is a companion product for the Diamond Mind Baseball version 11 game. To use this database, you must also have Diamond Mind Baseball version 11. The game software provides you with all of the tools you need to play simulated games, make roster moves, produce dozens of statistical reports, generate league schedules, and more >>
Date first available: Aug. 28, 2019