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Old 10-29-2019, 01:33 PM   #41
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1938 By The Numbers

World Series
St Louis Cardinals over Washington Senators 4-1
MVP Charlie Gehringer (Cardinals)

Batting Champions
AL: Johnny Mize (Philadelphia Athletics) .364
NL: Joe DiMaggio (Chicago Cubs) .404

The Home Run Kings
AL: Jimmie Foxx (Boston Red Sox) 43
NL: Joe DiMaggio (Chicago Cubs) 34

New Records
D Alverson (Chicago Cubs) 42 HR allowed

Accomplishments
Chester Wieczorek (Detroit Tigers), Charlie Keller (Philadelphia Phillies), and Ted Strong (Brooklyn Dodgers) 3 HR in a single game
Josh Gibson (Pittsburgh Pirates), Johnny Mize (Philadelphia Athletics), and Phil Weintraub (Boston Red Sox) hit for the cycle
Bob Feller (Washington Senators) and Al McCall (St Louis Browns) each pitch a NO HITTER
Bob Feller (Washington Senators) Pitching Triple Crown
Joe DiMaggio (Chicago Cubs) Batting Triple Crown
3 pitchers won 20 or more games.
Jimmie Foxx (Boston Red Sox) 400th Home Run
Mel Ott (Pittsburgh Pirates) 300th Home Run
Lefty Grove (Washington Senators) 2500th Strike Out
Kiki Cuyler (New York Yankees) and Turkey Stearnes (Cleveland Indians) 2500th Hit
Mel Ott (Pittsburgh Pirates) 36 game hitting streak

The Slam File
37 this year. Featuring 3 walk offs, a pinch hit and a pitcher being hit
Code:
April 21st 1938 Eric McNair (Chicago White Sox)
April 22nd 1938 Billy Weber (Cincinnatti Reds)
April 23rd 1938 Dolph Camilli (Brooklyn Dodgers)
April 28th 1938 Phil Weintraub (Boston Red Sox)
May 2nd 1938 Ted Gullic (Cleveland Indians)
May 10th 1938 Vince DiMaggio (St Louis Cardinals)
May 11th 1938 Joe Gordon (New York Giants) PH
May 12th 1938 Dixie Walker (Chicago Cubs)
May 15th 1938 Odell Hale (New York Yankees)
May 18th 1938 Gabby Hartnettt (Cincinnatti Reds)
May 28th 1938 Jeff Heath (Cincinnati Reds) Walk off
May 31st 1938 George Selkirk (Washington Senators)
June 1st 1938 Zeke Bonura (St Louis Browns)
June 7th 1938 Odell Hale (New York Yankees) Walk off
June 11th 1938 Josh Gibson (Pittsburgh Pirates)
June 12th 1938 Frankie Hayes (St Louis Browns)
June 14th 1938 Bob Johnson (Brooklyn Dodgers)
July 4th 1938 Bill Norman (Pittsburgh Pirates)
July 4th 1938 Harlond Clift (New York Giants)
July 8th 1938 Ernie Lombardi (Philadelphia Phillies)
July 15th 1938 Charlie Keller (Philadelphia Phillies)
July 15th 1938 Tony Lazzeri (Philadelphia Phillies)
July 16th 1938 Mel Ott (Pittsburgh Pirates)
July 18th 1938 Joe Vosmik (Chicago Cubs)
July 26th 1938 Mort Cooper (Philadelphia Phillies) P
August 2nd 1938 Joe Cronin (Chciago Cubs) 
August 3rd 1938 Arky Vaughan (Washington Senators)
August 6th 1938 Bill Norman (Pittsburgh Pirates)
August 9th 1938 Vince DiMaggio (St Louis Cardinals)
August 13th 1938 Gus Mancuso (Washington Senators)
August 20th 1938 Cookie Lavagetto (Boston Bees)
August 26th 1938 Pete Suder (Boston Bees)
August 28th 1938 Mike Kreevich (New York Yankees)
August 30th 1938 Bill Nicholson (Philadelphia Phillies)
September 9th 1938 Harlond Clift (New York Giants)
September 10th 1938 Ken Richardson (New York Giants)
September 27th 1938 Mickey Cochrane (St Louis Cardinals)
October 2nd 1938 Ted Williams (New York Giants) Walk off
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Old 11-04-2019, 08:27 PM   #42
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Old 11-11-2019, 02:53 PM   #43
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1939 By The Numbers

World Series
New York Giants over Chicago White Sox 4-2
MVP Harlond Clift (Giants)

Batting Champions
AL: Arky Vaughan (Washington Senators) .371
NL: Cecil Travis (Philadelphia Phillies) .401

The Home Run Kings
AL: Hank Greenber (Washington Senators) 37
NL: Joe Gordon (New York Giants) 38

New Records
None

Accomplishments
Bob Feller (Washington Senators) Pitching Triple Crown
6 players hit 3 HR in a single game
Frankie Hayes (St Louis Browns) 6 hit game
Edward Milton (Chicago White Sox) hit for the Cycle
5 pitchers won 20 or more games
Tony Lazzeri (Philadelphia Phillies) and Charlie Gehringer (St Louis Cardinals) 3000th hit
Lou Gehrig (Pittsburgh Pirates) 3500th hit
Mel Ott (Pittsburgh Pirates), Mickey Cochrane (St Louis Cardinals), and Jimmie Foxx (Boston Red Sox) 2500th hit

The Slam File
31 this year.
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May 1st 1939 Willie Duke (Detroit Tigers)
May 3rd 1939 Harlond Clift (New York Giants)
May 3rd 1939 Philip Corrigan (Philadelphia Athletics)
May 10th 1939 Bud Metheny (Washington Senators)
May 28th 1939 Hank Leiber (St Louis Browns)
May 29th 1939 Lou Gehrig (Pittsburgh Pirates)
June 2nd 1939 Babe Barna (Boston Red Sox) PH
June 3rd 1939 Willard Brown (Boston Red Sox)
June 3rd 1939 Gus Mancuso (Washington Senators)
June 19th 1939 Bill Norman (Pittsburgh Pirates)
June 20th 1939 Roy Cullenbine (St Louis Browns)
June 21st 1939 Ray Mack (Cincinnati Reds) Walk off
June 21st 1939 Lin Storti (New York Giants)
June 24th 1939 Frankie Hayes (St Louis Browns)
June 26th 1939 Johnny Hodapp (Washington Senators)
June 28th 1939 Brinton McClellan (New York Giants)
July 4th 1939 Dick Siebert (Detroit Tigers)
July 16th 1939 George Case (Detroit Tigers)
July 21st 1939 Frankie Crosetti (Brooklyn Dodgers)
August 1st 1939 Ed Fernandes (Boston Bees)
August 1st 1939 Bud Metheny (Washington Senators)
August 6th 1969 Hank Majeski (Detroit Tigers)
August 8th 1939 Dom Dallessandro (Pittsburgh Pirates)
August 12th 1939 Bill Dickey (St Louis Browns)
August 14th 1939 Buddy Lewis (St Louis Cardinals)
August 23rd 1939 Pete Reiser (Chicago Cubs)
August 25th 1939 Ted Williams (New York Giants) 
August 25th 1939 Bill Gannon (St Louis Browns)
September 2nd 1939 Zeke Bonura (Boston Bees)
September 3rd 1939 Babe Young (Cleveland Indians)
September 4th 1939 Pete Hughes (Boston Red Sox) Walk off PH
September 15th 1939 Pete Graham (Chicago Cubs)
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1940 By The Numbers

World Series
New York Giants over St Louis Browns 4-3
MVP Ted Williams (Giants)

Batting Champions
AL: Johnny Mize (Philadelphia Athletics) .382
NL: Ted Williams (New York Giants) .399

The Home Run Kings
AL: Johnny Mize (Philadelphia Athletics) 35
NL: Ted Williams (New York Giants) 38

New Records
None

Accomplishments
Bob Feller (Washington Senators) AL Pitching Triple Crown (3rd)
Johnny Mize (Philadelphia Athletics) AL Batting Triple Crown
Ted Williams (New York Giants) NL Batting Triple Crown
Lefty Gomez (Boston Bees) No Hitter
Josh Gibson (Pittsburgh Pirates), Stan Musial (New York Yankees), and George Selkirk (Washington Senators) 3 HR game
Arky Vaughan (Washington Senators) 6 hit game
Wally Judnich (Pittsburgh Pirates) hit for the cycle
Lon Warneke (Philadelphia Athletics), Claude Passeau (Boston Red Sox), and Bob Feller (Washington Senators) all won 20 or more games.
Lou Gehrig (Pittsburgh Pirates) 500th HR
Riggs Stephenson (Detroit Tigers) 3000th hit
Al Simmons (Pittsburgh Pirates) 3500th hit
Joe Cronin (Chicago Cubs) 2500th hit

The Slam File
40 this year. Ted Wiliams (New York Giants) hits the first WS slam. Lou Gehrig (Pittsburgh Pirates) hit 3
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April 19th 1940 Bill Nicholson (Philadelphia Phillies)
April 24th 1940 Dolph Camilli (Brooklyn Dodgers)
April 25th 1940 Hank Leiber (St Louis Browns)
April 27th 1940 Charlie Berry (Chicago Cubs)
April 30th 1940 Al Simmons (Pittsburgh Pirates)
May 3rd 1940 Frankie Kelleher (Chicago White Sox)
May 7th 1940 Hal Trosky (Chicago White Sox)
May 8th 1940 Nanny Fernandez (Philadelphia Athletics)
May 11th 1940 Frankie Kelleher (Chicago White Sox)
May 17th 1940 Hooper Triplett (Philadelhia Phillies)
May 18th 1940 Joe Kuhel (Philadelhia Phillies) walk off
May 20th 1940 Josh Gibson (Pittsburgh Pirates)
May 21st 1940 Charlie Berry (Chicago Cubs)
May 22nd 1940 Ernie Lombardi (Philadelphia Phillies)
June 11th 1940 Lou Gehrig (Pittsburgh Pirates)
June 15th 1940 Pete Fleming (Cincinnati Reds)
June 20th 1940 Rudy York (Boston Bees)
June 20th 1940 Schoolboy Rowe (Washington Senators) P
July 7th 1940 Ray Pepper (St Louis Browns) 
July 13th 1940 Ted Williams (New York Giants)
July 13th 1940 Sid Gordon (St Louis Browns)
July 15th 1940 Bobby Doerr (Philadelphia Athletics)
July 17th 1940 Hank Greenberg (Washington Senators)
July 28th 1940 Vince DiMaggio (St Louis Cardinals)
August 1st 1940 Lou Gehrig (Pittsburgh Pirates)
August 7th 1940 Ed Fernandes (Boston Bees)
August 13th 1940 Chet Laabs (Cleveland Indians)
August 17th 1940 Buck Leonard (St Louis Cardinals)
August 17th 1940 Hank Greenberg (Washington Senators)
August 21st 1940 Vince DiMaggio (St Louis Cardinals)
August 25th 1940 Bill Nicholson (Philadelphia Phillies)
August 27th 1940 Joe DiMaggio (Chicago Cubs)
September 5th 1940 Charlie Gehringer (St Louis Cardinals) PH Walk off
September 12th 1940 Lou Gehrig (Pittsburgh Pirates)
September 15th 1940 Frankie Hayes(St Louis Browns)
September 16th 1940 Jim Tabor (Boston Red Sox)
September 18th 1940 Harry Brecheen (Brooklyn Dodgers) P
September 24th 1940 Dolph Camilli (Brooklyn Dodgers)
September 28th 1940 Buck Leonard (St Louis Cardinals)
September 29th 1940 Bill Nicholson (Philadelphia Phillies)
October 3rd 1940 Ted Williams (New York Giants) WS
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1941 By The Numbers

World Series
Philadelphia Athletics over New York Giants 4-1
MVP Bobby Doerr (Athletics)

Batting Champions
AL: Johnny Mize (Philadelphia Athletics) .352
NL: Ted Williams (New York Giants) .379

The Home Run Kings
AL: Pete Hughes (Boston Red Sox) 24
NL: Ted Williams (New York Giants) 47

New Records
None

Accomplishments
Ted Williams (New York Giants) 3 HR in a single game
Bob Feller (Washington Senators) 15 strike outs in a single game
Joe Gordon (New York Giants) hit for the cycle
3 pitchers won 20 games
Ted Williams (New York Giants) NL Batting Triple Crown (his 2nd)
Edward Milton (Cleveland Indians), Ernie Lombardi (Philadelphia Phillies), and Buddy Myer (Boston Braves) 2500th hit
Red Ruffing (New York Giants) and Larry French (New York Yankees) 250th win
7 players 2000th hit

The Slam File
32 this year. Ted Williams (New York Giants) hit 2

Code:
April 16th 1941 Ted Williams (New York Giants)
April 29th 1941 Pete Graham (Chicago Cubs)
May 1st 1941 Eddie Joost (Boston Braves)
May 7th 1941 Bill Knickerbocker (Chicago Cubs)
May 10th 1941 Jim Tabor (Boston Red Sox) walk off
May 13th 1941 Bob Johnson (Brooklyn Dodgers)
May 18th 1941 Ted Williams (New York Giants)
May 25th 1941 Ray Mack (Cincinnati Reds)
May 25th 1941 Hank Greenberg (Washington Senators)
May 27th 1941 Phil Weintraub (Boston Red Sox)
June 2nd 1941 Josh Gibson (Pittsburgh Pirates)
June 2nd 1941 Bud Metheny (Washington Senators)
June 3rd 1941 Frankie Hayes (St Louis Browns)
June 4th 1941 Ival Goodman (Detroit Tigers)
June 20th 1941 Mickey Rocco (Pittsburgh Pirates)
June 26th 1941 Johnny Mize (Philadelphia Athletics)
July 5th 1941 Willard Brown (Boston Red Sox)
July 10th 1941 Zeke Bonura (Boston Braves)
July 14th 1941 Jim Russsell (Cincinnati Reds)
July 22nd 1941 Lou Gehrig (Pittsburgh Pirates)
August 11th 1941 Al Cuccinello (Philadelphia Phillies)
August 11th 1941 George McQuinn (St Louis Browns)
August 13th 1941 Dixie Walker (Chicago Cubs)
August 20th 1941 Peanuts Lowery (Brooklyn Dodgers)
August 22nd 1941 Babe Phelps (New York Giants)
August 25th 1941 Bobby Doerr (Philadelphia Athletics)
August 30th 1941 Buck Leonard (St Louis Cardinals)
September 2nd 1941 Hugh Alexander (Boston Braves)
September 7th 1941 Jeff Heath (Cincinnati Reds)
September 12th 1941 Mike Kreevich (New York Yankees)
September 14th Wally Judnich (Pittsburgh Pirates)
September 18th 1941 Dom DiMaggio (Philadelphia Athletics)
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