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1948

Changes
  • Foreign players limit (larger) - Teams are allowed 11 foreign players on their roster.
  • Change DL time (larger) - Players now have to spent 24 days on the DL.
  • Retire random 4*+ - Cy Blanton (Baltimore), the 39-year-old reigning AL Cy Young winner, retires.
Off-Season
- Outfielder Phil Cavarretta signed with Cleveland.
- Shortstop Joe Cronin signed with the Red Sox.
- Second baseman Bobby Doerr moved from the Giants to the Pirates.
- Ace Carl Fischer signed with the Yankees.
- Johnny Vander Meer moved from the Red Sox to the Giants.

American League East
Washington Senators (116-52)
Cleveland Indians (107-61)
Philadelphia Athletics (97-71)
New York Yankees (84-84)
Baltimore Orioles (80-88)
Boston Red Sox (76-92)
Akron Aeros (52-116)
American League West
Kansas City Royals (100-68)
California Angels (86-82)
Chicago White Sox (86-82)
Detroit Tigers (83-85)
St. Louis Browns (78-90)
Minnesota Twins (74-94)
Colorado Rockies (57-111)

AL MVP: Yogi Berra (Kansas City)
AL CYA: Cal McLish (Kansas City)
AL ROY: Roy Campanella (Colorado)

National League East
New York Giants (98-70)
Brooklyn Dodgers (97-71)
Durham Bulls (95-73)
Boston Braves (83-85)
Newark Bears (75-93)
Philadelphia Phillies (70-98)
Montreal Expos (61-107)
National League West
Louisville Colonels (100-68)
Houston Astros (91-77)
Pittsburgh Pirates (86-82)
Cincinnati Reds (84-84)
St. Louis Cardinals (83-85)
Milwaukee Brewers (77-91)
Chicago Cubs (76-92)

NL MVP: Joe DiMaggio (Louisville) (7th award)
NL MOP: Ken Raffensberger (Chicago) (2nd award)
NL ROY: Dick Kokos (Louisville)

Statistical Leaders
Batting Average: Yogi Berra (Kansas City) .258, Vic Wertz (Boston) .254
Home Runs: Eddie Robinson (California) 41, Ralph Kiner (Philadelphia) 49
Runs Batted In: Wally Judnich (Philadelphia) 114, Hank Sauer (Brooklyn) 121
Stolen Bases: Gil Coan (Minnesota) 26, Snuffy Stirnweiss (St. Louis) 38
WAR: Ken Keltner (Washington) 10.3, Joe DiMaggio (Louisville) 11.3

Wins: Marv Breuer (Washington) / Al Gettel (Washington) 23, Vic Raschi (Durham) 22
ERA: Ernie White (Washington) 1.54, Ewell Blackwell (Brooklyn) 1.51
Strikeouts: Cal McLish (Kansas City) 189, Ewell Blackwell (Brooklyn) 165
Saves: Stan Ferens (St. Louis) 39, Dick Mauney (Durham) 36
WAR: Cal McLish (Kansas City) 10.4, Ken Raffensberger (Chicago) 13.6

Notes
- The Senators broke the big-league record with 116 wins, and had the finest pitching in baseball. Detroit slipped back after their title, losing more games than they won.
- The Royals made the postseason for the first time since they were the 1916 Philadelphia Athletics. Yogi Berra won the batting title and hit 40 homers, with strong seasons from Ted Kluszewski and ace Cal McLish.
- The Giants out-lasted the Dodgers thanks to their outstanding pitching rotation.
- Louisville won the NL West with big seasons from Joe DiMaggio, Dick Kokos, Paul Gillespie, and Larry Jensen.
- Rookie Roy Campanella (Colorado) led the American League in OPS.
- Ted Williams (Athletics) played only 91 games because of injury.
- The Cubs traded starter Victor Starffin to the Braves for third baseman Ellis Clary.

Achievements & Milestones
- Johnny Mize (Minnesota) and Roy Cullenbine (Brooklyn) hit three home runs in a game.
- Junior Thompson (Houston) threw a no-hitter on opening day.
- Fred Hutchinson (Cleveland) threw no-hitters in back-to-back starts.
- Hal Gregg and Johnny Sain (Baltimore) no-hit the Athletics two days apart.
- Ben Chapman (Cardinals) reached 2000 hits.
- Rudy York (NY Giants) hit his 400th home run.
- Jimmie Foxx (Akron) drove in his 2000th runner.
- Johnny Broaca (Akron) won his 200th game.
- Schoolboy Rowe (NY Yankees) picked up his 250th win.
- Carl Fischer (NY Yankees) joined the 300 win club.

ALCS
- Kansas City defeated Washington, 4 games to 0.
- Yogi Berra was the series MVP. The catcher was 6-17 with three homers and seven RBI.
- Game One was won in eleven innings by the Royals. Berra hit a two-run homer, and Kansas City won 5-3.
- Taffy Wright (Kansas City) hit a three-run double in the top of the ninth inning of Game Two, leading the Royals to another 5-3 win.
- Gil Hodges (Kansas City) hit three homers for 7 RBI.
- Kansas City won the pennant for the first time.
NLCS
- New York defeated Louisville, 4 games to 3.
- Larry Jensen (Louisville) was the MVP, throwing two scoreless games.
- Jensen threw a shutout in Game One. Joe DiMaggio and Dick Kokos hit home runs for a 2-0 Colonels win.
- The Giants were shutout again in Game Two. Jim Tobin (Louisville) threw six scoreless frames, then Johnny Podgajny took over for the save.
- Jensen threw another shutout in Game Five, allowing just two hits to the Giants.
- The Giants combined to no-hit Louisville in Game Six. Howie Pollet threw eight frames, before Scott Roser got the save. Johnny Lucadello (New York) homered for the only run in the game.
- Gene Mauch (New York) had seven hits.
- Tetsuharu Kawakami (New York) was 6-26.
- Joe Coleman (New York) won both of his starts.
- The Giants previously won the pennant in 1942.

World Series
- New York defeated Kansas City, 5 games to 0.
- Rudy York was series MVP, going 5-20 with three homers and eight RBI.
- Game Two was won by an extra innings blast. Bob Elliott (New York) hit a solo home run in the bottom of the 12th inning, winning the game 2-1.
- Howie Pollet (New York) threw a shutout in Game Three, a 3-0 Giants win.
- Gil Hodges (Kansas City) hit two home runs in Game Four, but the Giants piled on six runs, and won 6-3.
- Tetsuharu Kawakami (New York) had seven hits.
- Vic Lombardi (New York) won Games One and Five.
- The Giants' first World Series win.

Retirements
- Cy Blanton. 1934 NL MOP. 1936, 1940, 1947 AL CYA. 236-142, 151 ERA+. Hard-throwing ace who made eight All-Star games. Championship with Detroit in 1942.
- Johnny Broaca. 204-194 ace who led the league in wins in 1941. 114 ERA+ in 480 games.
- George Selkirk. Five-time All-Star outfielder who had several strong seasons for Detroit. A ring in 1942. 155 career OPS+.

Draft
- Akron picked Monte Irvin first overall.
- Smoky Burgess went second to Colorado.
- Montreal chose Minnie Minoso at #3.
- The Phillies picked Solly Hemus fourth.


Rudy York was World Series MVP.


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Changes
  • Add divisions - Each league will now have two five-team divisions and a four team division, with a wildcard team also making the playoffs.
  • Expand FA - Players will become free agents after 8 years of major league service.
  • Suspend random prospect - Catcher Rube Walker (Louisville) will be suspended for the entire season.
Off-Season
- Bobby Doerr signed with Detroit in free agency.
- Eddie Joost moved from Brooklyn to Detroit to become Doerr's double play partner.

American League East
Washington Senators (104-64)
Philadelphia Athletics (87-81)
New York Yankees (84-84)
Boston Red Sox (79-89)
Baltimore Orioles (69-99)
American League Central
Detroit Tigers (108-60)
Cleveland Indians (101-68)

Chicago White Sox (87-81)
Akron Aeros (66-102)
Minnesota Twins (62-106)
American League West
Kansas City Royals (104-64)
California Angels (100-69)
St. Louis Browns (67-101)
Colorado Rockies (59-109)

AL MVP: Ted Kluszewski (Kansas City)
AL CYA: Marv Breuer (Washington) (2nd award)
AL ROY: Tommy Glaviano (Detroit)

National League East
New York Giants (97-71)
Montreal Expos (83-85)
Brooklyn Dodgers (78-90)
Newark Bears (74-94)
Boston Braves (72-96)
National League Central
Durham Bulls (97-72)
Louisville Colonels (96-73)

Pittsburgh Pirates (78-90)
Cincinnati Reds (77-91)
Philadelphia Phillies (77-91)
National League West
Chicago Cubs (99-69)
Houston Astros (93-75)
St. Louis Cardinals (92-76)
Milwaukee Brewers (64-104)

NL MVP: Dick Kokos (Louisville)
NL MOP: Steve Gromek (Cincinnati)
NL ROY: Walt Dropo (Newark)

Statistical Leaders
Batting Average: Ted Kluszewski (Kansas City) .252, Vic Wertz (Boston) .239
Home Runs: Ted Kluszewski (Kansas City) 56, Walt Dropo (Newark) 49
Runs Batted In: Ted Kluszewski (Kansas City) 131, Vern Stephens (Houston) 116
Stolen Bases: Gil Coan (Minnesota) 32, Elmer Valo (New York) 34
WAR: Bobby Doerr (Detroit) 10.0, Joe DiMaggio (Louisville) 10.1

Wins: Warren Spahn (Cleveland) 22, Steve Gromek (Cincinnati) 24
ERA: Paul Erickson (Chicago) 1.77, Gene Schott (Milwaukee) 1.28
Strikeouts: Curt Simmons (Minnesota) 185, Ewell Blackwell (Brooklyn) 172
Saves: Ken Burkhart (Baltimore) 28, Dick Mauney (Durham) 35
WAR: Marv Breuer (Washington) 10.1, Ewell Blackwell (Brooklyn) 13.6

Notes
- The Tigers rode their fine pitching staff to the best record in baseball and the first-ever AL Central title. Russo, Gerheauser, Schmitz, and Rowe all had ERAs below 2.18, and all won at least 15 games.
- Larry Doby (Cleveland) hit a three-run home run in the AL Wildcard playoff game, as his Indians defeated the Angels, 4-3.
- Kluszewski of the Royals unexpectedly won the Triple Crown, and emerged as one of the most fearsome power hitters in baseball.
- Durham outlasted Louisville to win the NL Central title, though DiMaggio and Dick Kokos of the Colonels were two of the most dangerous hitters in the big leagues.
- Akron traded outfielder Johnny Rizzo to Louisville for prospect Ray Medeiros.

Achievements & Milestones
- Eddie Yost (California), and Bob Elliott (NY Giants) hit for the cycle.
- There were 20 no-hitters. Vern Olsen (NY Yankees) had an attempt at a perfect game ruined by an error by Creepy Crespi.
- Wally Judnich (Athletics), Vern Stephens (Houston), and Charlie Keller (Durham) reached 300 homers.
- Hank Sauer (Brooklyn) hit his 400th home run.
- Marv Breuer (Washington) won his 200th big league game.
- Gene Schott (Milwaukee) and Johnny Babich (Minnesota) picked up their 250th victories.
- Harry Eisenstat (Cubs) saved game #300.

Division Series
- Detroit defeated Cleveland, 3 games to 1.
- Washington defeated Kansas City, 3 games to 1.
- Chicago defeated Louisville, 3 games to 0.
- New York defeated Durham, 3 games to 0.
- Tetsuharu Kawakami (NY Giants) hit a walk-off single to win Game Two of their series.
- Paul Dean (Cubs) no-hit the Colonels in Game Two, allowing just two walks.

ALCS
- Washington defeated Detroit, 4 games to 0.
- Augie Galan, series MVP, was 7-20 with a pair of homers.
- The Senators won Game One in fourteen innings, a 7-6 win on a sacrifice fly.
- Game Two took fifteen innings! Pat Seerey (Washington) hit a two-run homer, and the Senators won 5-3. It was Seerey's second home run of the game.
- Bill Atwood (Washington) hit a walk-off home run to clinch the series, taking Lefty West deep in the bottom of the ninth of Game Four.
NLCS
- Chicago defeated New York, 4 games to 0.
- Russ Christopher took the series MVP, having taken the win in the decisive fourth game.
- The Giants scored only four runs across the four games.
- The Senators and the Cubs previously met in the 1937 World Series.

World Series
- Washington defeated Chicago, 5 games to 2.
- Marv Breuer was the series MVP, throwing eighteen scoreless innings.
- Breuer threw a three-hit shutout in Game Three, as the Sens won 4-0, and a two-hitter in Game Seven, a 2-0 win for Washington.
- Hal Trosky (Washington) was 9-27 with four RBI.
- Erv Dusak (Washington) drove in six runs.
- Catcher Matt Batts (Chicago) hit two home runs.
- Johnny Antonelli (Chicago) lost to Breuer in both of his starts.
- The Senators' second World Series. (1940)

Retirements
- Joe Cronin. Nine-time All-Star shortstop. 1946 ALCS MVP as he won title with the White Sox. Seven Silver Sluggers and two Gold Gloves. 117 OPS+ across long career.
- Carl Fischer. 1940, 1941, 1943, 1947 NL MOP. 1935 WS MVP. Eight All-Stars, three rings, 318-211 record, and a 160 ERA+ for dominant ace.
- Lonny Frey. Five-time All-Star second baseman for the Dodgers. Three-time Silver Slugger and two Gold Gloves. Three world titles, and a 125 career OPS+.

Draft
- Colorado picked Jim Piersall went first overall.
- The Twins chose Jackie Jensen at two.
- The Brewers drafted Joe Adcock third.
- Bobby Morgan went fourth to Akron.
- Whitey Ford slipped to Newark, at eleven.


Ted Kluszewski won the American League Triple Crown and MVP.


Dick Kokos was the National League MVP.
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1950

Changes
  • Historic schedule - the schedule will revert to 154 games.
  • Change HOF setting - players will be HOF eligible after 4 years of retirement.
  • Import HoFer - I chose a random member of the Hall, not including any non-players, or anyone whose career would likely overlap with his real self if I included him. Harry Hooper was imported. The original Hooper was in the game from 1909-1926. Hooper Jr. signed with the Montreal Expos.
Off-Season
- The Cardinals traded Al Dark to Brooklyn for starter Virgil Trucks.
- Minnesota starter Johnny Babich signed with the Reds in free agency.
- NL Cy Young winner Steve Gromek moved from Cincinnati to the New York Giants.
- Ace Tex Hughson moved from the Athletics to Montreal.
- Shortstop Pee Wee Reese signed with the Boston Red Sox.
- Former Boston Brave Phil Rizzuto penned a deal with the Yankees.
- Two-time NL MVP Hank Sauer signed with the Cardinals.

American League East
Washington Senators (83-71)
Boston Red Sox (78-76)
New York Yankees (78-76)
Philadelphia Athletics (73-81)
Baltimore Orioles (52-102)
American League Central
Detroit Tigers (104-50)
Cleveland Indians (90-64)
Chicago White Sox (83-71)
Akron Aeros (60-94)
Minnesota Twins (60-94)
American League West
Kansas City Royals (104-50)
California Angels (92-62)

St. Louis Browns (64-90)
Colorado Rockies (57-97)

AL MVP: Larry Doby (Cleveland)
AL CYA: Johnny Schmitz (Detroit) (2nd award)
AL ROY: Danny O'Connell (New York)

National League East
New York Giants (103-51)
Brooklyn Dodgers (98-56)

Newark Bears (81-73)
Boston Braves (72-82)
Montreal Expos (58-96)
National League Central
Durham Bulls (88-66)
Louisville Colonels (80-74)
Cincinnati Reds (75-79)
Pittsburgh Pirates (66-88)
Philadelphia Phillies (58-96)
National League West
St. Louis Cardinals (91-63)
Chicago Cubs (72-82)
Houston Astros (70-84)
Milwaukee Brewers (66-88)

NL MVP: Joe DiMaggio (Louisville) (8th award)
NL MOP: Ewell Blackwell (Brooklyn)
NL ROY: Don Lenhardt (Philadelphia)

Statistical Leaders
Batting Average: Ted Kluszewski (Kansas City) .269, Joe DiMaggio (Louisville) .242
Home Runs: Ted Kluszewski (Kansas City) 45, Joe DiMaggio (Louisville) 50
Runs Batted In: Ted Kluszewski (Kansas City) 128, Joe DiMaggio (Louisville) 118
Stolen Bases: Gil Coan (Minnesota) 23, Harry Hooper Jr. (Montreal) 33
WAR: Larry Doby (Cleveland) 12.6, Joe DiMaggio (Louisville) 11.7

Wins: Johnny Schmitz (Detroit) 25, 4 NL Pitchers 20
ERA: Johnny Schmitz (Detroit) 1.47, Robin Roberts (St. Louis) 1.27
Strikeouts: Cal McLish (Kansas City) 177, Ewell Blackwell (Brooklyn) 183
Saves: Lefty West (Detroit) 36, Dick Mauney (Durham) 36
WAR: Marv Breuer (Washington) 11.3, Ewell Blackwell (Brooklyn) 12.7

Notes
- Jackie Robinson and Detroit's fine pitching rotation rode back to the postseason.
- Larry Doby (Cleveland) emerged as star, with an MLB-best .970 OPS, but the Indians still missed the playoffs.
- DiMaggio won the Triple Crown for the first time since 1940.
- Kluszewski, Jimmy Williams, Babe Ruth, and Chuck Klein are the only hitters to win back-to-back Triple Crowns.

Achievements & Milestones
- Johnny Rizzo (Louisville), Gus Zernial (Browns), and Joe Gordon (Durham) hit three home runs in a game.
- Rudy York (NY Giants) and Larry Doby (Cleveland) both hit for the cycle.
- Buck Ross (Red Sox) threw a perfect game.
- Rookie Willard Nixon (Cubs) threw no-hitters in his 8th and 9th career starts.
- Joe DiMaggio (Louisville) reached 2000 hits.
- Ben Chapman (Athletics), Pat Seerey (Washington), Pat Mullin (Brooklyn), Stan Musial (Durham), and Roy Cullenbine (Brooklyn) all hit their 300th home runs.
- Hal Trosky (Washington) and Joe DiMaggio (Louisville) became the third and fourth members of the 700 home run club.
- Hal Schumacher (NY Yankees) won his 250th game.
- Larry French (Akron) became the fifth man to win 350 games.

Division Series
- California defeated Detroit, 3 games to 0.
- Washington defeated Kansas City, 3 games to 2.
- New York defeated Brooklyn, 3 games to 1.
- St. Louis defeated Durham, 3 games to 1.
- Hal Trosky (Washington) hit two homers in a Game One victory.
- Ken Keltner (Washington) went 3-4 with two homers and two walks as the Senators pounded out a 12-3 win in Game Five.
- The wildcard Angels upset the powerful Detroit team.
- Washington knocked out the Royals despite winning 21 fewer regular season games.

ALCS
- Washington defeated California, 4 games to 3.
- Pat Seerey (Washington) won MVP, going 7-24 with three homers and seven RBI.
- Ernie White (Washington) was magnificent in Game Five, throwing a complete game two-hit shutout.
- The Angels extended the series with a pitchers' matchup 1-0 victory in Game Six.
- Back-to-back pennants for the Senators.
NLCS
- New York defeated St. Louis, 4 games to 0.
- Tetsuharu Kawakami was series MVP. The first baseman batted 8-15 with two RBI.
- Giants pitching combined to shutout the Cards in Game Three. Ned Garver had to be removed from the game after just 3.2 innings, having strained his oblique. Dick Errickson, Jack Krause, and Spec Shea then finished the game, allowing only one hit between the three of them, as New York won 4-0.
- Mickey McDermott (New York) finished the series with a shutout, allowing three hits, though granting eight men free trips to first base.
- Rudy York (New York) hit a pair of homers.
- The last two World Series winners matchup in the Fall Classic.

World Series
- New York defeated Washington, 5 games to 1.
- Steve Gromek was series MVP. He was the winning pitcher in Games One and Five.
- Johnny Lucadello (New York) hit a walk-off hit to win Game One, as he drove home Goody Rosen for a 3-2 win.
- Alex Kellner (Washington) hit a three-hit shutout in Game Three, a 4-0 Senators win.
- Tetsuharu Kawakami (New York) drove in the series-winning run in the bottom of the eleventh inning of Game Six.
- Kawakami was 6-23, Goody Rosen (New York) was 6-21.
- Hal Trosky (Washington) only had three hits, but two of them were home runs.
- The Giants' second title in three years.

Retirements
- Frankie Crosetti. Four-time All-Star and five-time Gold Glover at third base. 111 career OPS+. Ring with the Dodgers in 1945.
- Jimmie Foxx. Nine-time MVP. One of the outstanding hitters of all-time, with fifteen All-Stars, fifteen Silver Sluggers, and four Gold Gloves. 1940 NLCS and WS MVP. 830 career home runs, 198 lifetime OPS+.

Draft
- Baltimore picked Willie Mays with the first pick in the draft.
- Mickey Mantle went second to Colorado.
- The Phillies opted for Bob Nieman at three.
- Gil McDougald went to the Expos with #4.
- Johnny Logan was selected fifth overall by Minnesota.
- Akron made Bob Friend the first pitcher chosen, at six.


Tetsuharu Kawakami was NLCS MVP, and then had the World Series-clinching hit.


Larry Doby was American League MVP.
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3000 Hits: Eddie Collins, Joe Jackson, Babe Ruth, Zack Wheat, Ty Cobb, Tris Speaker
550 Doubles: Chick Hafey, Joe Jackson, Ty Cobb, Freddie Lindstrom, *Jim Gleeson, *Hal Trosky, Billy Herman
500 Home Runs: Babe Ruth, Jimmie Foxx, *Joe DiMaggio, *Hal Trosky, Gabby Hartnett, *Johnny Mize, Lou Gehrig, Hack Wilson
500 Stolen Bases: Pete Hill, *Eddie Collins, Donie Bush, Frank Isbell, Clyde Milan
120 WAR: Babe Ruth, Jimmie Foxx, *Joe DiMaggio, Gabby Hartnett, Travis Jackson, *Bill Dickey, Joe Cronin, *Arky Vaughan, *Hal Trosky, Eddie Collins, Bill Terry

300 Wins: Joe Wood, Harry Krause, Walter Johnson, Pete Donohue, *Larry French, Guy Morton, Herb Pennock, Red Ames, Carl Fischer, Bill James
2500 Strikeouts: Harry Krause, Walter Johnson, Red Ames, Joe Wood, Guy Morton
80 Shutouts: Pete Donohue, Harry Krause, *Larry French, Carl Fischer, Joe Wood, Walter Johnson, Guy Morton, Lefty Grove, Earl Whitehill, *Johnny Babich, George Ruth
300 Saves: *Clarence Pickrel, George Dumont, Ralph Caldwell, Ben Van Dyke, Ray Roberts, Homer Hillebrand, Tim McCabe, *Harry Eisenstat
120 WAR: Pete Donohue, *Larry French, Carl Fischer, Carl Hubbell, Harry Krause, *Paul Dean, Cy Blanton, Walter Johnson, Lefty Grove, Joe Wood

15 Gold Gloves: Travis Jackson (SS)
14 Gold Gloves: Bill Bradley (3B), Willie Kamm (3B)
13 Gold Gloves: *Elbie Fletcher (1B), Tris Speaker (CF)
12 Gold Gloves: *Bobby Doerr (2B), Bill Terry (1B), Joe Tinker (SS)
11 Gold Gloves: Pete Hill (CF), Mel Ott (RF), *Ray Schalk (C)
10 Gold Gloves: Johnny Evers (2B), Mule Haas (RF)
9 Gold Gloves: *Bill Dickey (C), Taylor Douthit (CF), Art Fletcher (SS), Gabby Hartnett (C), Stuffy McInnis (1B), *Vern Stephens (3B), Sam West (CF)
8 Gold Gloves: Frank Demaree (LF), *Joe DiMaggio (CF)

6 World Championships: Boston Red Sox
5 World Championships: Boston Braves, Chicago White Sox, Cleveland Indians
4 World Championships: Pittsburgh Pirates
3 World Championships: Baltimore Orioles, Chicago Cubs, Detroit Tigers
2 World Championships: California Angels (in Providence), Milwaukee Brewers, New York Giants, St. Louis Browns, Washington Senators
1 World Championship: Brooklyn Dodgers, Kansas City Royals (as Philadelphia Athletics), Minnesota Twins, Montreal Expos, Newark Bears, St. Louis Cardinals
0 World Championships: Akron Aeros, Cincinnati Reds, Durham Bulls, Houston Astros, Louisville Colonels, New York Yankees, Philadelphia Phillies, Philadelphia Athletics
Defunct: Columbus Clippers, Indianapolis Hoosiers, Kansas City Packers, Philadelphia Quakers, Rochester Red Wings, St. Louis Browns (original), Texas Rangers, Toronto Blue Jays (original)
Relocated: Buffalo Bisons, Dayton Angels, Duluth Dragons, Indianapolis Hoosiers (original), Nashville Sounds, Philadelphia Athletics (original), Providence Angels, Toronto Blue Jays (1938)

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