A history of the Detroit Tigers in the World Series

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In 1907, the Tigers reached the World Series for the first time, and made the first of three straight appearances in the Fall Classic. They lost them all. In 1907, Detroit compiled a record of 92-58 and was led by first-year starter and future Hall-of-Famer Ty Cobb (photo), who won the batting title with a .350 average and led the league with 119 RBI and 49 stolen bases. But Cobb wasn't enough, as the Tigers lost 4-1-1 to the Chicago Cubs.
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