Here are revised 1922 statistics.
Since the file I previously uploaded apparently hasn’t been working, I’m not sure whether detailing the additions will matter to anyone, but here they are anyway:
1) Added SIX new games: 5 for the American Giants, 3 for Detroit, 3 for St. Louis, 1 for Indianapolis.
2) Fixed a one-hit discrepancy between the league pitching and batting totals.
3) Fixed various discrepancies between individual and team totals.
4) Added a standings tab, with corrected NNL-only standings, plus expanded standings for currently known games involving Hilldale, Bacharach Giants, and Baltimore Black Sox. Also includes updated PF figures (home/road ratio for runs).
The additional games saw John Beckwith take something of a hit, his BA falling to .388—while Oscar Charleston had a field day in the one ABCs game I added, going 4 for 5 with two doubles, a home run, and a stolen base. His average rises to .391, and his SLG to an NNL-leading .703. Heavy Johnson, standing pat at .405, now leads in BA.
Again, I will be out of town this weekend (but this time for research purposes!). Next week, I should be able to get expanded statistics up (that is, including Bacharachs, Hilldales, and Black Sox).