In 1920, Williams was an everyday outfielder, playing mostly in left. That year until 1925, he would always bat at least .300, with four of those years seeing him reach .300. In addition, he had an On Base Percentage of at least .410 from 1921 to 1924 and was in the top eight in that stat. Williams was part of the power revolution of the game, as he was in the top four in Home Runs in the American League each year from 1921 to 1925. He would win the Home Run Title (39), and RBI Title (155) in ’22, and was the Slugging Champion in 1925 with a percentage of .613.By 1926, Williams was 36, and he was no longer the same player. He had two more years with the Browns before being sold to the Boston Red Sox after the 1927 season. With St. Louis, he had 1,308 Hits with 185 Home Runs and a Slash Line of .326/.403/.558.