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American and National League Records in 1941

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N. Y. 13 14 11 15 18 16 14 101 53 .656

Bklyn 11 14 12 14 13 18 18 100 54 .649 Bost.. 9 16 11 9 9 14 16 84 70 .545 17 St. L.11 12 16 15 12 14 17 97 56 .634 2+ Chic.. 8 6 12 17 11 13 10 77 77 .500 24 Cinc. 8 10 12 15 14 13 16 88 66 .571 12 Det..11 11 10 12 11 13 75 79 .487 26 Pitts. 10 6 10 .. 14 13 12 16 81 73 .526 9 Cleve. 7 13 5 10 13 12 15 75 79 .487 26 N. Y. 8 6 7 8 13 16 16 74 79 .484 25+ St. L. 4 13 11 11 11 11 70 84 .455 31 Chic. 9 10 8 9 9

14 70 84 .455 30 Wash. 6 8 9 15 10

11 70 84 .455 31 Bost. 4 8 9 10 6 11 14 62 92 .403 38 Phila. 8 6 12 9

64 90 .416 37 Phil. 4 5 6 6 6 8 8 43 111 .279 57 Lost .53 70 77 79 79 84 84 90

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CLUB BATTING (Unofficial)

CLUB BATTING (Unofficial)
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g. r. h. 2b. 3b.hr. rbi. sb. pc. Boston.. 155 865 1517 306 55 124 801 66 283 Bklyn 157 800 1494 286 69 101 742 39 272 Wash. 156 738 1511 254 79 52 668 76 .274 St. Louis. 155 704 1463 256 56 70 660 48 .269 N. Y 156 830 1467 243 60 151 774 52 .269

Pitts 156 693 1416 230 63 56 632 59 269 Phila 154 718 1429 237 67 85 661 25 268 N. Y 156 677 1401 249 34 95 620 37 .259 St. Louis. 157 765 1440 280 57 91 724 50 .266 Chicago.. 155 665 1335 232 25 99 607 39.255 Detroit.. 155 693 1411 248 55 81 632 41 263 Boston.. 156 592 1356 229 36 48 547 63 .252 Cleve.... 155 687 1362 248 85 103 614 63 .259 Cinc

154 615 1284 215 33 64 564 68 .246 Chicago.. 156 638 1370 244 47 47 565 88 .254 Phila 155 501 1277 180 37 64 464 63 .244

Totals-AB., 43.100; R., 5,934; H., 11.507; 2b., Totals-A.B., 42,770; R., 5.247; H., 11,026; 2b., 2,060; 3b., 505; HR., 734; RBI., 5,439; SB., 461; 1,877; 3b., 353; HR., 597; RBI., 4,836; SB., 416; PC., 267.

PC., 258 Tie Games-New York-Boston, New York- Tie Games-New York-Pittsburgh 2. BrooklynWashington, St. Louis-Chicago, St. Louis-Cleve- Boston 2. Philadelphia-Chicago, Brooklyn-St. land, St. Louis-Washington, Detroit-Chicago. Aug. Louis, St. Louis-New York. 15. Washington forfeited game to Boston.

CLUB FIELDING (Unofficial)
CLUB FIELDING (Unofficial)

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e. dp. pc. Cincinnati. 154 4132 1743 150 152 .975 Cleveland 155 4131 1738 141

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157 4279 1759 163 125 .974 St. Louis

157 4171 1740 155 153 975 New York, 156 4142 1855 158 145 .974 New York. 156 4186 1715 164 194 973 St. Louis

155 4250 1838 170 150 .973 Boston.. 155 40891768 170 138 .972

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156 4176 1903 187 174 .970 Chicago. 156 4239 1777 180 140 .971

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155 4102 1755 181 138 .970 Detroit

4145 1738 174 127 .971 Pittsburgh .156 4216 1829 194 132 .969 Washington 156 4148 1774 192 163 .969 Philadelphia ,155 4127 1779 192 149.968 Philadelphia.. 154 4094 1724 200 148

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Totals--PO., 33, 424; A., 14,461; E., 1,395: DP.,
Totals-PO., 33,203; A., 13,974; E., 1,376; DP., 1,165; PC., .972.
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BATTING AVERAGES (Unofficial)
BATTING AVERAGES (Unofficial)

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h. hr. rbi. sb. pc, 8. ab. r. h. hr. rbi. sb. pc. Reiser, Bklyn...137 536 117 184 14 74 6.343 Williams, Bost. . 143 456 135 185 37 120 2 .406 Crabtree, St. L. 77 167 27 57 5 29 0.341 Travis, Wash...152 608 107 218 7 100 1.359 Cooney, Boston. 123 442 52 141 0 29 3.319 DiMaggio, V. Y.139 541 122 193 30 125 4 .357 Medwick, Blyn. 133 538 100 171 18 88 2.318 Mullin, Det.... 54 220 42 76 5 22 4 .345 Mize, St. Louis. 126 473 67 150 16 100 4 .317 Heath, Cleve...151 585 89 199 24 121 18 .340 Hack, Chicago.. 151 585 111 185 7 46 10 .316 Siebert, Phlla... 123 467 63 156 5 80 1.334 Vaughan, Pitts. 106 373 69 118 6 38 7 .316 McConkey, Det. 127 494 80 160 3 53 8.324 Etten, Phila, ... 151 540 78 168 14 76 8.311 S. Chman, Phil. 143 551 97 178 25 106 6.323 Walker, Bklyn.. 148 531 88 165 9 71 4.311 Wright, Chi....136 512 71 164 10 96 4 .320 Slaughter, S. L. 113 425 72 132 13 74 4 .311 Cull'bine, St. L.149 501 82 159 9 98 6 .317 Brown, St. L...132 548 81 168 3 56 2.307 Appling. Chi...154 592 93 185 1 57 12 .312 Litwhiler, Phila. 151 590 72 180 18 66 2 .305 FOX. Boston 72 263 82 0

9.312 Martin, Pitts... 88 233 37 71 0 19 2 .305 Cronin, Boston. 143 518 98 161 16 94 1.311 Riggs, Bklyn 77 197 28 60 5 37 1.305 Radcliff, St. L.

Hopp, St. Louis. 134 445 83 135 4 48 16 .303 Detroit 115 450 64 140

5 52 5.311 Bartell, N. Y... 104 374 44 113 5 35 6 .302 Grace, St. L....115 361 53 112 6 59

1 .310 Hartnett, N. Y. 64 150 20 45 5 24 0.300 Miles, Phila 80 170 14 52 0 0.306 Beggs, Cincin... 36 10 1 3

1 0.300 Ruming, N. Y... 38 89 10 27 2 22 0.303

PITCHING RECORDS (Unofficial) Rizzuto, N. Y..133 517 65 158 3 46 14 .302

w Rowe, Detroit.. 31

8. lp. h. bb. So. 53 10 16 1 12 0.302

Krist, St. L. .37 113 107 35 35 10 .1.000 Vernon, Wash..138 532 72 160 9 92 9.301 Fitzsim'ns, Bkl. .13 83 78 26 20 6 Moses, Phlla. 116 440

1 .857 79 132 4 33 3 .300 Riddle, Cinc.. 33 217 180 59 80 19 4.826 PITCHING RECORDS (Unofficial)

Dietz, Pitts 33 100 88 33 22 7 2 .778 8. ip. h. bb, SO. W. 1.

Higbe, Bkly. 48 298 243 133 123 22 9.710 Branch, N. Y...27 47 39

26 28 5 1 .833 White, St. L. 32 210 169 69 114 17 7 .708 Gomez, N. Y...23 156 150 104 76 15 5 .750

Klinger, Pitts....35 117 128 30 35 9 4,692 Carr'quel, Wsh. 35

96 103 50 31 6 2 .750 Wyatt, Bkly.....38 289 221 82 177 22 10 .688 Murphy, N. Y. 35 78 68 41 24 8 3 .727

Gumbert, Benton, Det....38 158 130 65 62 15 6 .714 N. Y.-St. L.....38 177 171 48 61 12 6 .667 Rung, N. Y. 23 186 175 60 15 6 .714 Warneke, St. L.37 246 227 82 82 17 9.654 Chandler, N. Y.28 163 146 59 59 10 4 .714 Davis, Bkly.

28 154 141 27 50 13 7.650 Heving, Cleve. 27 71 63 30 19 5 2 .714 | Carp'ter, NY..29 132 135 41 42 11 6 .647 Dobson, Boston.27 134 133 67 70 12 5 .706 Pressnell, Chi... 29 70 69 20 27 5 3.627 Ryba. Boston...40 121 143 42 54 7 3 .700 Turner, Cinc. 23 113 120 24 34 6 4.600 Lee, Chicago...35 300 258 93 128 22 11 .667 Cooper, St. L.. 29 187 175 70 117 13 9.591 Feller, Cleve 44 342 284 194 259 26 13

.658 Butcher, Pitts.. 33 235 249 65 60 17 12 586 Newsome, Bos. . 36 214 235 79 58 19 10 .655 Casey, Bkly 45 161 156 55 61 14 11.560 Donald, N. Y...22 158 142 69 71 9 5 .643 Walters, Cinc.. .37 302 292 94 125 19 15 .559 Wagner, Bost...29 186 175 85 52 12 8 .600 Olsen, Chicago...37 186 203 57 72 10 8.556 Bonham, N. Y..23 126 118 31 42 9 6 .600 Lanier, St L. ...35 153 126 58 93 10 8.556 Munerier, St. L.36 213 221 53 65 13 9 .591 Lamanna, Bost, .35 62 77 57 23 5 4 .556 Russo, N. Y....28 209 191 91 106 14 10 .583

Vanderin'r, Cin..33 226 182 127 202 16 13.552 Leonard. Wash.34 254 271 53 88 18 13 .581 Hubbell, N. Y. 26 164 169 53 73 11 9.550 Rowe, Det. 27 140 155

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55 8 6 .571 Schumacher.NY.30 205 187 79 63 12 10.545 Breuer, N. Y...26 141 130 73 9

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Passeau, Chi....34 231 212 51 80 14 14 .500 Lyons, Chicago. 22 187 199 38 63 12 10 .545 Tobin, Boston...33 239 229 60 58 12 12 .500 Knott, Phila....27 194 212 81

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American League Wins 1941 All-Star Game, 7 to 5

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The ninth annual All-Star game between the American and National Leagues was played in Briggs Stadium, Detroit, Mich. (July 8. 1941). The game was won by the American League, 7 to 5. Alter deductions for taxes and expenses from the receipts, the balances from the first eight games went to the Ball Players' Benevolence Fund for the support of indigent baseball players. The balance from the 1941 game was donated to the United Service Organizations.

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SCORE BY INNINGS
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0 Runs batted in--Williams 4, Moore, Boudreau, Vaughan 4, D. DiMaggio, J. DiMaggio.

Earned runs--National League, 5; American League, 7. Left on bases--National League, 6: American League 7. Double plays-Frey, Vaughan and Mize; York and Cronin, Struck out-By Feller 4 (Hack, Reiser, Nicholson, Ott); by Derringer 1 (Heath); by Walters 2 (Cronin, Doerr); by Hudson 1 (Moore): by Smith 2 (Reiser, Slaughter); by Passeau 3 (Keller, Williams Foxx). Bases on balls-On Wyatt i (Williams); off Walters 2 (J. DiMaggio, Heath); off Hudson 1 (Hack); off Passeau I (Travis). HitsOff Feller, 1 in 3 innings; off Lee, 4 in 3 innings, off Hudson, 3 in 1 inning; off Smith, 2 in 2 innings: off Wyatt, o in 2 innings; off Derringer. 2 in 2 innings; of Walters, 3 in 2 innings; off Passeau, 6 in 2%, innings. Winning pitcher-Smith. Losing pitcher-Passeau. Time of game2:23.

Eleven Records Set in Ninth All-Star Game

Eleven All-Star records were set in the ninth | Reiser, Nationals, two. annual game between the American and National Most outfield errors in one game-Four: NaLeagues in Briggs Stadium, Detroit, Mich. (July tionals, two (both by Reiser) and Americans, two 8, 1941). The records:

(Williams and Jeff Heatb). Most runs batted in for one game-Ted Williams, Most errors both teams one game-Five (AmeriAmericans, and Vaughan, Nationals, four each. cans three, Nationals two). Most homers in one game-Vaughan, two.

Most All-Star games played-Mel Ott, Joe MedHomers consecutive innings and times at bat- wick and Billy Herman, all of Nationals, eight Vaughan in seventh (off Sid Hudson) and in eighth each. (off Edgar Smith).

Most games won on home diamond-Five by Most successive hits-Vaughan, three (single in American League. fifth and homers in seventh and eighth).

Total All-Star hits-Herman, Nationals, eleven Most errors by an outfielder in one game-Pete in eight games.

Record of All-Star Games, 1933-1941 FIRST GAME-Chicago, July 6, 1933

SIXTH GAME-Cincinnati, July 6, 1938 R. H. E. Americans..

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-1 7 Nationals. 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0-2 8 0 Nationals.

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0 Americans... .0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 X-4 9 1 Batteries-Gomez, Allen, Grove and Dickey;

Batteries-Hallahan, Warneke, Hubbell and J. Vander Meer, W. Lee, M. Brown and Lombardi. Wilson, Hartnett: Gomez, Crowder, Grove and R. Paid attendance--27.069; receipts $38,469. Ferrell,

SEVENTH GAME-New York City, July 11, 1939 Paid attendance 49,200; receipts $51,000.

Nationals..

.0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0-1 7 1 Americans...:

6 SECOND GAME-New York, July 10, 1934

...0 0 0 2 1000 0-3 Americans. 0 0 0 2 6 1000-9 14 1

Batteries-Derringer, Lee, Fette and Lombardi; Nationals. 1 0 3 0 3 00007 8

Rutting, Bridges, Feller and Dickey

1 Batteries-Gomez, Ruffing, Harder and Dickey.

Pald attendance-62.892; receipts $75,701 Cochrane; Hubbell, Warneke, Mungo. J. Dean, EIGHTH GAME-St. Louis, Mo., July 9, 1940 Frank house and Hartnett, Lopez.

American..

.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 Paid attendance-48.363; receipts $52,982.

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Paid attendance-32.373; receipts $42,420.79. Batteries ---Walker, Schumacher, Derringer, Dean and J. Wilson, Hartnett; Gomez, Harder and

NINTH GAME-Detroit, Mich., July 8, 1941 Hemsley.

National

0 0 0 0 0 1 2 2 0-5 10 2 Paid attendance-69,812; receipts $93,682.

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Batteries--Wyatt, Derringer, Walters, Passeau FOURTH GAME-Boston, July 7, 1936 and Owen, Lopez, Danning; Feller, Lee, Hudson, Americans.

0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 3 7 1 Smith and Dickey, Hayes. Nationals

.0 2 0 0 2 O O O X---4 9 0 Paid attendance-54,674; receipts, $63,267.08. Batteries-Grove, Rowe, Harder and R. Ferrell,

RECAPITULATION W. L. Dickey: J. Dean, Hubbell, C. Davis, Warneke and

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6 Paid attendance-25,534; recelpts $24,388.

Total attendance, 419,308; total receipts, $470.FIFTH GAME-Washington, July 7, 1937

395.67. Nationals

000111000-3 13 0 After deductions for taxes and expenses from the Americans.

.00 2 3 1 2 0 0 X-8 13 2 receipts, the balance from the first eight games Batteries -J. Dean. Hubbell, Blanton, Grissom, went to the Ball Players' Benevolence Fund for the Mungo, Walters and Hartnett. Mancuso; Gomez, support of indigent former players. The balance Bridges, Harder and Dickey.

from the ,1941 game was donated to the United Paid attendance--31,391; receipts $28,475.

Service Organizations.

Joe DiMaggio's Hitting Streak of 56 Games Joe DiMaggio, center fielder of the New York Yankees, rapped a single off Pitcher Edgar Smith, of the Chicago White Sox (May 15, 1941) and for 55 consecutive American League games thereafter hit safely. He was stopped (July 17) in Cleveland by Al Smith and Jim Bagby, Jr. DiMaggio's performance broke the modern record of hitting safely in 41 consecutive games made (1922) by George Sisler, of the St. Louis Browns. Another record of 44 games, made (1897) by Willie Keeler, of the Baltimore Orioles, also went into the discard. Actually DiMaggio hit safely in 57 consecutive games for he connected in the All-Star game (July 8) but that does not count in the official league records. His batting average for the 56 games was .408. At the time Keeler made his record the batter was not hampered by the foul strike rule.

The day-by-day achievement of DIMaggio follows: Date Opponent

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0 May 20-Browns 0 0 0 June 22-Tigers.

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1 May 21-Tigers.. 2 0 0 0 June 24Browns.

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0 0 0 June 25-Browns May 23 Red Sox.

0 0 0 June 26-Browne. May 24 Red Sox.

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223 56 91 16 4 15 Sisler in his streak of 41 games went to bat 170 times, scored 41 runs, made 78 hits, which included 13 doubles and eight triples, for a batting average of .459.

The all-time minor league record of hitting safely in consecutive games was made (1919) by Joe Wilhoit, of Wichita in the Western League, 67 games.

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Pitched Ball Travels 139 Feet a Second Atley Donald, a member of the pitching staff of meter owned by the Cleveland Indians. The prethe New York Yankees, threw a baseball (Aug, 30. vious record was held by Dee Miles, of the Phila1939) in the Cleveland, O., Stadium at the rate of delphia Athletics, of 136 feet a second. Christy 139 feet a second, or 94.7 miles an hour. Donald's Mathewson was clocked at 134 feet a second by a throw was the fastest ever recorded on the speed ballistics measuring device in Bridgeport, Conn.

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.000 The total attendance for the four games was 66,210 and the receipts $70,502. of the receipts $2.240.85 went to the National Commission, the players pool received $35,956.21 and each club $11.985.23. Each member of the White Sox received $863 and each Cub $575. Since 1903, the White Sox pave won 18 victories and the Cubs six. The Cubs won the title for the last time in 1930 and the White Sox were winners in 1931, 1933, 1936, 1937 and 1940. The 1903 series ended in a tie.

Chicago City Series, Cubs and White Sox, 1941

, First game, Wrigley Field, Oct. 1. Attendance, Third game, Wrigley Field, Oct. 5. Attendance, 7,272.

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OOOOOOOOOO 5 3 Batteries Lyons and Tresh: Passeau (823), Batteries-Rigney and_Tresh; Erickson (2). Lee Pressnell and McCullough, Lusing pitcher, Passeau. (3). Raffennsberger (3), Eaves (1) and McCullough.

Second game, Comiskey Park, Oct. 3 (night). Scheffing. Losing pitcher, Erickson. Attendance, 27,169.

Fourth game, Comiskey Park, Oct. 7 (night). Cubs

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 2-4 9 2 Attendance, 13,995. White Sox 2 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 X- 6 10 2 Cubs

0100000ORI 4 5 Batteries-Smith and Tresh; V. Olsen (415).

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0 2 0 0 0 0 I OX-3 8 2 Eaves (123), Schmitz (33), Root (143) and Mc- Batteries---Passeau and McCullough; Lee and Cullough. Losing pitcher, v. Olsen.

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Minor League Pennant Winners in 1941

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION

INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE

Columbus

Louisville
Kansas City
Minneapolis

Indianapolis

Milwaukee

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Montreal

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Rochester
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Col'bus 8 11 11 14 18 17 16 95 58 .621

New. 14 13 11 16 16 15 15 100 54 .649 Lou'ville14 13 13 8 14 12 13 87 66 .569 8

Mont. 8 10 14 13 10 19 16 90 64 .584 10 K. City 11 9

12 10 13 15 15 85 69 .552 10+ Burt'o 9 12 10 12 15 14 16 88 65 .575 11+ Minn...10 9 10 11 15 16 12 83 70 542 12 Roch.11 8 12 8 11 16 19 85 67.559 14 Toledo.

8 14 12 11 12 13 12 82 72.532 13+ J. C... 6 9 10 12 13 12 11 73 77 .487 25 Indópolis 4 7 9 7 10 14 14 65 88 .425 30 Syra.. 6 12 7 11 8 10 16 70 83 .458 29+ St. Paul. 5 10 7 6 9 8.. 16 61 92 .399 34

Balti. 7 3 7 6 9 12 14 58 94 382 41 Milw... 6 9 7 10 10 8 5 55 98 .359 40 Toro. 7 6 8 3 11 6 8 47 107 .305 53 Lost...58 66 69 70 72 88 92 98

Lost. 54 64 65 67 77 83 94 107
Playoff won by Columbus.

Playoff won by Montreal.
LEADING BATTERS (UNOFFICIAL)

LEADING BATTERS (UNOFFICIAL)
ab. r. h. rbi. pct.

ip. h. W

1. Klein, Columbus. 362

pct. 67 134 54 .370 Patrick, Buffalo

346 52 112 37 .324 Novikot, Milwaukee, 365 53 135 67 .369 Corbett, Newark.

508 62 159 76 .313 Barna, Minneapolis... 521 102 174 105 .334 Ross, Montreal

293 41 91 58 .311 McQuillen, Toledo 583 192 93 .329 Myers, Rochester. 255

78 33 .306 Denning, Minneapolis. 510 85 168 105 .329 Holmes, Newark.

628 108 191 58 .304

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SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION

PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
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99 55 .643 Biriningham.. 73 79 4801 Seattle. 104 70 .598 San Fran. 81 95 460 Nashville. 82 70.539 Little Rock.. 71 81 467 Sacramento., 101 75 .574 Oakland 81 95 460 N Orleans.. 78 75.510 Memphis. 69 85 448 San Diego...101 75 .574 L. Angeles.. 72 98 424 Chattan ga. 78 76.506 Knoxville. ... 62 91 .405 Hollywood... 85 91 483 Portland. 71 97 423 Playoff won by Nashville.

Playoff won by Seattle.

Home Run Distances in Baseball Parks

Source: World Almanac Questionnaire
AMERICAN LEAGUE

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Feet from plate

Feet from plate to fence

to fence Name of park

City

Name of park
RF

RF CF LF

City

CF|LF||__

New York Yankee Stadium.
Boston.

Fenway Park.
Cleveland League Park
Cleveland Municipal Stadium.
Detroit

Briggs Stadium. Chicago. Comiskey Park.. Washington. Grimith Stadium St. Louis Sportman's Park. Philadelphia... Ishibe Park...

296 461 301 New York. Polo Grounds.
301 420 315 Brooklyn. Ebbets Field
290 450 375 | Chicago. Wrigley Field
320 450 320 Pittsburgh Forbes Field
325 440 342 | Cincinnatt.. Crosley Field
352 440 352 St. Louis.

Sportsinan's Park.
328 422 407 Boston

Nat. League Park,
310 425 351 Philadelphia. .. Shibe Park..
331 468 335

257 505 297 297 405) 357 353 4001 355 300 457 365 3661 387 328 310 425 351 378 408 368 331 468 335

Most Valuable Player Awards

Club Washington Washington

Cleveland

New York Philadelphia

NATIONAL LEAGUE Year Player 1924-Dazzy Vance 1925-Rogers Hornsby 1926-Bob O'Farrell, 1927-Paul Waner 1928-Jim Bottomley 1929--Rogers Hornsby 1930--No award. 1931-Frankie Frisch. 1932-Chuck Klein. 1933-Carl Hubbell. 1934--Dizzy Dean 1935 Gabby Hartnett. 1936–Carl Hubbell 1937-Joe Medwick 1938--Ernie Lombardi. 1939-Bucky Walters. 1940_Frank McCormick 1941-Dolph Camilli

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Club Year Player
Brooklyn 1924--Walter Johnson
St. Louis 1925-Roger Peckinpaugh

St. Louis 1926-George Burns
Pittsburgh 1927-Lou Gehrig
St. Louis 1928-Mickey Cochrane.
Chicago 1929—No a ward

1930-No award
St. Louis | 1931--Lefty Grove.
Philadelphia 1932-Jimmy Foxx
New York 1933–Jimmy Foxx
St. Louis 1934-Mickey Cochrane

Chicago 1935 Hank Greenberg.
New York 1936--Lou Gehrig

St. Louis 1937-Charley Gehringer,
Cincinnati 1938-Jimmy Foxx
Cincinnati 1939--Joe DiMaggio
Cincinnati 1940-Hank Greenberg
.Brooklyn 1941-Joe DiMaggio.

Philadelphia
Philadelphia
Philadelphia

Detroit

Detroit New York ..Detroit

Boston New York

Detroit New York

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