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Old 06-30-2019, 07:58 PM   #21
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1929 By The Numbers

World Series
St Louis Cardinals over Washington Senators 4-1
MVP Goose Goslin (St Louis)

Batting Champions
AL Bill Terry (Cleveland Indians) .395
NL Mickey Cochrane (St Louis Cardinals) .384

The Home Run Kings
AL Jimmie Foxx (Boston Red Sox) 43
NL Babe Ruth (Boston Braves) 41

New Records
None

Accomplishments
Mel Ott (Pittsburgh Pirates) 3 HR in a single game
Dave Barbee (Philadelphia Phillies), Joe Stripp (Boston Red Sox), and Lew Fonseca (New York Giants)
9 pitchers won 20 or more games
Dazzy Vance (Washington Senators) and Lefty Grove (Washington Senators) both won over 30 games
Lu Bleu (Brooklyn Robins), Babe Ruth (Boston Braves), George Harper (Washington Senators), Bill Terry (Cleveland Indians), and Lew Fonseca (New York Giants) 2000th hit
Charlie Hollocher (Philadelphia Phillies) 2500th hit
Joe Sewell (Washington Senators) 32 game hitting streak

The Slam File
35 hit this year.
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April 17th 1929 Dave Barbee (Philadelphia Phillies) 
May 1st 1929 Earl Combs (Cincinnati Red)
May 11th 1929 Tony Piet (Philadelphia Athletics)
May 24th 1929 Russ Scarritt (Chicago White Sox)
May 24th 1929 John Kerr (Boston Red Sox)
June 13th 1929 Chick Hafey (Boston Red Sox)
June 18th 1929 Clayton Roadcap (Boston Braves)
June 28th 1929 Bill Terry (Cleveland Indians)
June 29th 1929 Marty McManus (Cincinnati Reds)
July 2nd 1929 Honey Barnes (Washington Senators)
July 3rd 1929 Curt Walker (New York Yankees)
July 13th 1929 Tony Lazzeri (Philadelphia Phillies)
July 15th 1929 Chuck Corgan (St Louis Browns)
July 17th 1929 Lin Storti (St Louis Browns)
July 20th 1929 Al Lopez (Pittsburgh Pirates)
July 21st 1929 Clise Dudley (St Louis Browns)
July 25th 1929 Red Worthington (Brooklyn Robins)
July 25th 1929 Lloyd Hagey (Brooklyn Robins) PH
July 26th 1929 Ernie Lombardi (Philadelphia Phillies)
July 29th 1929 Fred Schulte (St Louis Cardinals)
August 1st 1929 George Savino (Chicago White Sox)
August 13th 1929 Halley Harding (St Louis Cardinals)
August 14th 1929 Harry Heilmann (Boston Red Sox)
August 14th 1929 Dolph Camilli (St Louis Browns)
August 19th 1929 Ernie Lombardi (Philadelphia Phillies)
August 21st 1929 Babe Ruth (Boston Braves)
August 24th 1929 Travis Jackson (Cleveland Indians)
August 25th 1929 Showboat Fisher (New York Yankees) PH
August 25th 1929 Chino Smith (Brooklyn Robins)
August 31st 1929 Riggs Stephenson (Detroit Tigers)
September 11th 1929 Dan Bloxsom (St Louis Browns)
September 16th 1929 Dan Bloxsom (St Louis Browns)
September 17th 1929 Goose Goslin (St Louis Cardinals)
September 21st 1929 Buzz Arlett (Boston Braves) P
September 29th 1929 Bubbles Hargrave (Boston Braves)
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1930 By The Numbers

World Series
Washington Senators over Boston Braves 4-3
MVP Johnny Hodapp (Washington)

Batting Champions
AL Bill Terry (Cleveland Indians) .392
NL Lou Gehrig (Pittsburgh Pirates) .393

The Home Run Kings
AL Hack Wilson (Washington Senators) 41
NL Babe Ruth (Boston Braves) 46

New Records
Gee Walker (Pittsburgh Pirates) 684 AB
Bill Terry (Cleveland Indians) 259 Hits
Johhny Jones (Chicago White Sox) 37 HR allowed

Accomplishments
Lou Gehrig (Pittsburgh Pirates) and Al Simmons (Detroit Tigers) 3 HR in a single game
Chick Hafey (Boston Red Sox) and Bibb Falk (Chicago Cubs) 6 hits on a single game
6 cycles in the season
Bill Terry (Cleveland Indians) and Jimmie Foxx (Boston Red Sox) over 150 RBIs
9 pitchers with 20 or more wins
Babe Ruth (Boston Braves) 400th HR
Rogers Hornsby (Washington Senators) 3000th hit
Bill Terry (Cleveland Indians) 36 game hitting streak
Hack Wilson (Washington Senators) 16 game RBI streak

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30 hit this year.

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April 23rd 1930 Steve Young (Chicago White Sox)
April 24th 1930 Zeke Bonura (St Louis Browns)
April 25th 1930 V.V. Hewitt (Pittsburgh Pirates) P
May 11th 1930 Ed Morgan (Cincinnati Reds)
May 11th 1930 Hack Wilson (Washington Senators)
May 15th 1930 Ted Gullic (New York Yankees)
May 24th 1930 Hack Wilson (Washington Senators)
May 28th 1930 Lu Blue (Brooklyn Robins)
June 8th 1930 Chuck Klein (St Louis Browns)
June 9th 1930 Pete Morrissey (St Louis Cardinals)
June 15th 1930 Ted Norbert (New York Giants)
June 15th 1930 Earl Grace (Cleveland Indians)
June 16th 1930 Joe Medwick (Washington Senators)
June 17th 1930 Pat Crawford (Boston Braves)
June 20th 1930 Babe Ruth (Boston Braves)
July 4th 1930 Billy Myers (Chicago Cubs)
July 5th 1930 A Miller (Philadelphia Phillies) P
July 8th 1930 Turkey Stearnes (Cleveland Indians)
July 11th 1930 Bob Johnson (St Louis Cardinals)
July 21st 1930 Lou Gehrig (Pittsburgh Pirates)
July 25th 1930 Jimmie Foxx (Boston Red Sox)
July 29th 1930 Riggs Stephenson (Detroit Tigers)
August 17th 1930 Turkey Stearnes (Cleveland Indians)
August 31st 1930 Chino Smith (Brooklyn Robins)
September 6th 1930 Bill Norman (Cleveland Indians) PH
September 8th 1930 Tony Lazzeri (Philadelphia Phillies)
September 12th 1930 Lyn Lary (Boston Red Sox)
September 15th 1930 Bruce Campbell (Philadelphia Phiilies)
September 20th 1930 Al Simmons (Detroit Tigers)
September 23rd 1930 Fred Cato (New York Yankees)
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1931 By The Numbers

World Series
Cincinnati Reds sweep Washington Senators 4-0
MVP Gabby Hartnett (Cincinnati)

Batting Champions
AL Bill Terry (Cleveland Indians) .373
NL Lew Fonseca (New York Giants) .362

The Home Run Kings
AL Jimmie Foxx (Boston Red Sox), Babe Herman (Chicago White Sox), Johnny Vergas (Chicago White Sox), and Bill Terry (Cleveland Indians) 19
NL Babe Ruth (Boston Braves) 34

New Records
George Selkirk (Washington Senators) struck out 147 times
Roy McHaffey (Pittsburgh Pirates) lost 15 straight games

Accomplishments
Lefty Grove (Washington Senators) 14 game winning streak and 15 game undefeated streak
Lloyd Waner (Cincinnati Reds) and Dan Bloxsom (St Louis Browns) 6 hits in one game
Chino Smith (Brooklyn Robins) and Frankie Frisch (Philadelphia Athletics) hit for the cycle
9 pitchers with 20 or more wins
Harry Heilmann (Boston Red Sox) 3500th hit
Bill Terry (Cleveland Indians) and Frankie Frisch (Philadelphia Athletics) 2500th hit
Waite Hoyt (Boston Braves), Dazzy Vance (Washington Senators), and Lefty Grove (Washington Senators) 200th win

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30 hit again this year.
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April 14th 1931 Shanty Hogan (Boston Red Sox)
April 14th 1931 Jimmie Foxx (Boston Red Sox)
April 14th 1931 Ted Lyons (Boston Red Sox) P
April 15th 1931 Dixie Walker (Chicago White Sox)
April 28th 1931 Lin Storti (St Louis Browns) 
May 14th 1931 Al Simmons (Detroit Tigers)
May 21st 1931 Chick Hafey (Boston Red Sox)
May 24th 1931 Ival Goodman (Detroit Tigers)
May 30th 1931 Red Ruffing (Chicago Cubs)
June 11th 1931 Samuel Byrd (New York Yankees)
June 12th 1931 William Smith (Pittsburgh Pirates)
June 26th 1931 Kiki Cuyler (New York Yankees)
June 27th 1931 Lou Gehrig (Pittsburgh Pirates)
July 1st 1931 Johnny Marcum (Chicago Cubs)
July 4th 1931 Dan Bloxsom (St Louis Browns) Walk off
July 5th 1931 Hal Trosky (Chicago White Sox)
July 16th 1931 Harry Heilmann (Boston Red Sox)
July 28th 1931 Babe Ruth (Boston Braves)
July 28th 1931 Goose Goslin (St Louis Cardinals)
August 3rd 1931 Tex Carleton (New York Yankees) P
August 9th 1931 Tony Lazzeri (Philadelphia Phillies)
August 11th 1931 Joe Stripp (Boston Red Sox)
August 15th 1931 Ethan Allen (Detroit Tigers)
August 27th 1931 Fred Bennett (St Louis Browns)
August 30th 1931 Freddie Fitzsimmons (St Louis Cardinals) P
September 1st 1931 George Selkirk (Washington Senators)
September 5th 1931 Wally Berger (New York Giants)
September 6th 1931 Johnny Gill (St Louis Browns) 
September 14th 1931 Riggs Stephenson (Detroit Tigers)
September 17th 1931 Babe Hadder (St Louis Cardinals)
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1932 By The Numbers

World Series
Chicago White Sox over Pittsburgh Pirates 4-3
MVP Gene Lillard (Chicago)

Batting Champions
AL Bill Terry (Cleveland Indians) .381
NL Lou Gehrig (Pittsburgh Pirates) .399

The Home Run Kings
AL Jimmie Foxx (Boston Red Sox) 39
NL Lou Gehrig (Pittsburgh Pirates) 40

New Records
None

Accomplishments
Hal Trosky (Chicago White Sox) 3 HR in a single game
3 players had 6 hits in one game
3 players hit for the cycle
Lou Gehrig (Pittsburgh Pirates) 170 RBIs
8 pitchers with 20 or more wins
Lou Gehrig (Pittsburgh Pirates) Batting Triple Crown .399, 40 HR 170 RBIs
Babe Ruth (Boston Braves) and Lu Blue (Brooklyn Dodgers) 2500th hit

The Slam File
27 hit this year. Lou Gehrig (Pittsburgh Pirates) hit 3

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April 12th 1932 Zeke Bonura (St Louis Browns)
April 15th 1932 Johnny Mize (Philadelphia Athletics)
April 29th 1932 Mickey Cochrane (St Louis Cardinals)
May 7th 1932 Randy Moore (Pittsburgh Pirates)
May 10th 1932 Fred Bennett (St Louis Browns)
May 17th 1932 Mel Almada (Pittsburgh Pirates)
May 23rd 1932 Ripper Collins (Philadelphia Phillies)
June 4th 1932 Lyn Lary (Boston Red Sox)
June 8th 1932 Randy Moore (Pittsburgh Pirates)
June 9th 1932 Sam West (Boston Red Sox)
June 16th 1932 Emil Mailho (St Louis Browns)
July 3rd 1932 Mel Ott (Pittsburgh Pirates)
July 4th Ethan Allen (Detroit Tigers)
July 8th 1932 Spud Davis (Pittsburgh Pirates)
July 23rd 1932 Lou Gehrig (Pittsburgh Pirates)
July 27th 1932 Rogers Hornsby (Washington Senators)
July 30th 1932 Woody English (Pittsburgh Pirates)
August 6th 1932 Travis Jackson (Cleveland Indians)
August 14th 1932 Johnny Dickshot (St Louis Cardinals)
August 16th 1932 Bob Johnson (St Louis Cardinals)
August 19th 1932 Lou Gehrig (Pittsburgh Pirates)
August 21st 1932 Johnny Marcum (Chicago Cubs)
August 30th 1932 Dixie Walker (Chicago White Sox)
August 31st 1932 Dolph Camilli (St Louis Browns)
September 10th 1932 Lou Gehrig (Pittsburgh Pirates)
September 15th 1932 Charlie Hollocher (Chicago White Sox)
September 21st 1932 Pinky Whitney (Chicago Cubs)
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1933 By The Numbers

World Series
Washington over Boston Braves 4-2
MVP: Buzz Arlett (Boston)

Batting Champions
AL: Bill Terry (Cleveland Indians) .353
NL: Mel Ott (Pittsburgh Pirates) .335

The Home Run Kings
AL: Hank Greenberg (Washington Senators) 28
NL: Lou Gehrig (Pittsburgh Pirates) 25

New Records
Billy Meyer (Detroit Tigers) 152 Strike outs

Accomplishments
Lefty Grove (Washington Senators) Pitching Triple Crown
6 pitchers won 20 or more games
Rogers Hornsby (Washington Senators) 3500th hit
Lou Gehrig (Pittsburgh Pirates) 300th home run
Lefty Grove (Washington Senators) and Dazzy Vance (Washington Senators) 250th win
5 players with their 2500th hit
Arky Vaughan (Washington Senators) 33 game hitting streak

The Slam File
27 hit again this year. Jim Bottomley (Chicago Cubs) hit 3
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April 12th 1933 Rudy York (Boston Braves)
April 16th 1933 Spud Davis (Pittsburgh Pirates)
April 19th 1933 Dixie Walker (Chicago White Sox)
April 25th 1933 Tony Lazzeri (Philadelphia Phillies)
April 29th 1933 Billy Jurges (Detroit Tigers)
May 6th 1933 Elbert Melton (Cleveland Indians)
May 10th 1933 Joe Hutcheson (St Louis Browns)
May 11th 1933 Bob Johnson (St Louis Cardinals)
May 18th 1933 Jim Bottomley (Chicago Cubs)
May 25th 1933 George Selkirk (Washington Senators)
June 13th 1933 Mike Kreevich (New York Yankees)
June 16th 1933 Paul Waner (Boston Braves)
June 24th 1933 Joe Medwick (Washington Senators)
June 28th 1933 Earl Averill (Philadelphia Athletics)
June 29th 1933 Chuck Corgan (St Louis Browns)
July 5th 1933 Oreb Hubbell (Washington Senators)
July 29th 1933 Frankie Crosetti (Brooklyn Dodgers)
August 5th 1933 Ripper Collins (Philadelphia Phillies)
August 5th 1933 Lou Gehrig (Pittsburgh Pirates)
August 18th 1933 Bill DeLancey (Cleveland Indians)
August 19th 1933 Jim Bottomley (Chicago Cubs)
August 19th 1933 Freddie Muller (Cincinnati Reds)
August 27 1933 Wally Berger (New York Giants)
September 3rd 1933 Jack Saltzgaver (Brooklyn Dodgers)
September 17th 1933 Jim Bottomley (Chicago Cubs) Walk off
September 26th 1933 Jack Saltzgaver (Brooklyn Dodgers)
October 1st 1933 Dee Moore (New York Yankees)
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1934 By The Numbers

World Series
Pittsburgh Pirates over Washington 4-2
MVP: Luke Appling (Pittsburgh)

Batting Champions
AL: Joe Medwick (Washington Senators) .372
NL: Charlie Gehringer (St Louis Cardinals) .352

The Home Run Kings
AL: Jimmie Foxx (Boston Red Sox) 38
NL: Mel Ott (Pittsburgh Pirates) 27

New Records
None

Accomplishments
Lefty Grove (Washington Senators) Pitching Triple Crown (His 3rd)
Buck Leonard (New York Yankees) and Bob Johnson (St Louis Cardinals) 6 hits in one game
3 Players hit for the cycle
Lon Warneke (Brooklyn Dodgers) pitchers the League's 50th No Hitter
7 pitchers won 20 or more games
Frank Demaree (New York Yankees) 36 game hitting streak
Bil Terry (Cleveland Indians) and Frankie Frisch (Philadelphia Athletics) 3000th hit
Lou Gehring (Pittsburgh Pirates) and Paul Waner (New York Yankees) 2500th hit

Hall of Fame
James Burke (New York Mutuals) 142
Ice Box Chamberlain (Louisville Colonels) 132.8
Cy Young (Syracuse Stars) 126.8
Charlie Ferguson (Providence Grays) 114.3
Bill Sweeney (Chicago White Stockings) 114.2
Jim Handiboe (Boston Beaneaters) 85.2

The Slam File
32 hit this year. Jimmie Foxx (Boston Red Sox) and Babe Ruth (Boston Braves) hit 2
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April 30th 1934 Johnny Moore (Chicago Cubs) PH
May 10th 1934 Cookie Lavagetto (Boston Braves)
May 15th 1934 Rudy York (Boston Braves)
May 18th 1934 Jimmie Foxx (Boston Red Sox)
June 8th 1934 Lou Gehrig (Pittsburgh Pirates)
June 8th 1934 Moose Solters (Philadelphia Athletics)
June 25th 1934 Chick Tolson (Boston Red Sox)
June 26th 1934 Frank Demaree (New York Yankees)
June 29th 1934 Babe Ruth (Boston Braves)
July 4th 1934 Goose Goslin (St Louis Cardinals)
July 6th 1934 Sam West (Boston Red Sox)
July 7th 1934 Mel Almada (Pittsburgh Pirates)
July 8th 1934 Billy Myers (Detroit Tigers)
July 17th 1934 Woody Abernathy (New York Yankees)
July 19th 1934 Elbert Melton (Cleveland Indians)
July 22nd 1934 Woody Abernathy (New York Yankees)
July 23rd 1934 Paul Waner (Boston Braves)
July 26th 1934 Bobby Estalella (Chicago White Sox) 
August 7th 1934 Philip Corrigan (Philadelphia Athletics)
August 17th 1934 Jimmie Foxx (Boston Red Sox)
August 18th 1934 Pinky Higgens (Pittsburgh Pirates)
August 25th 1934 Babe Ruth (Boston Braves)
August 28th 1934 Ernie Lombardi (Philadelphia Phillies)
August 29th 1934 Hank Greenberg (Washington Senators)
September 3rd 1934 Wally Berger (New York Giants)
September 3rd 1934 Shanty Hogan (Detroit Tigers)
September 3rd 1934 Cliff Bolton (Cleveland Indians)
September 3rd 1934 Pete Fox (Chicago White Sox)
September 9th 1934 Red Rofle (Pittsburgh Pirates)
September 14th 1934 Dan Bloxsom (St Louis Browns) 
September 17th 1934 Chuck Klein (St Louis Browns) 
September 25th 1934 Leon Ballard (New York Yankees)
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1935 By The Numbers

World Series
Pittsburgh Pirates over Washington 4-2
MVP: Chuck Klein (Pittsburgh)

Batting Champions
AL: Joe Medwick (Washington Senators) .366
NL: Luke Appling (Pittsburgh Pirates) .384

The Home Run Kings
AL: Hal Trosky (Chicago White Sox) 40
NL: Lou Gehrig (Pittsburgh Pirates) 26

New Records
None

Accomplishments
Hal Trosky (Chicago White Sox) 3 HR in a single game
Lou Gehrig (Pittsburgh Pirates) 3 HR in a play off game
Mel Ott (Pittsburgh Pirates) (St Louis Cardinals) 6 hits in one game
3 Players hit for the cycle
9 pitchers won 20 or more games
Gee Walker (St Louis Cardinals) 33 game hitting streak
Lefty Grove (Washington Senators) 300th win
Babe Ruth (Boston Doves) 3000th hit
Earle Combs (Cincinnati Reds), Tony Lazzeri (Philadelphia Phillies), and Travis Jackson (Cleveland Indians) 2500th hit

The Slam File
35 this year. Hal Trosky (Chicago White Sox) and Kiddo Davis (Pittsburgh Pirates) hit 2
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April 18th 1935 Gus Dugas (Chicago White Sox)
April 22nd 1935 Danny Taylor (Philadelphia Phillies)
April 24th 1935 Moose Solters (Philadelphia Athletics)
May 5th 1935 Johnny Hodapp (Washington Senators)
May 9th 1935 Bill Terry (Cleveland Indians)
May 14th 1935 Alex Kampouris (Philadelphia Athletics)
May 19th 1935 Bob Schilling (St Louis Browns)
May 20th 1935 Jimmie Foxx (Boston Red Sox)
May 24th 1935 Carly Reynolds (Philadelphia Phillies)
May 31st 1935 Johnny Hodapp (Washington Senators)
June 8th 1935 Mel Ott (Pittsburgh Pirates)
June 8th 1935 Jimmie Foxx (Boston Red Sox)
June 11th 1935 Zeke Bonura (St Louis Browns)
June 15th 1935 Pete Graham (Chicago Cubs)
June 19th 1935 Hank Leiber (St Louis Browns)
June 22nd 1935 Lin Storti (New York Giants)
July 4th 1935 Earl Averill (Philadelphia Athletics)
July 10th 1935 George Puccinelli (Pittsburgh Pirates)
July 12th 1935 Bob johnson (St Louis Cardinals)
July 19th 1935 Kiddo Davis (Pittsburgh Pirates)
July 23rd 1935 Bill DeLancey (Cleveland Indians)
July 28th 1935 Hal Trosky (Chicago White Sox)
July 28th 1935 Hal Trosky (Chicago White Sox) Doubleheader
July 30th 1935 Pete Fox (Chicago White Sox) Walk off
August 3rd 1935 Freddie Muller (Cincinnati Reds)
August 17th 1935 Wes Ferrell (Cincinnati Reds)
August 18th 1935 Harry A Davis (Washington Senators) PH
August 24th 1935 William Smith (Brooklyn Dodgers)
August 25th 1935 Joe Medwick (Washington Senators)
September 11th 1935 Nick Ettin (Boston Braves)
September 11th 1935 Rick Farrell (Philadelphia Athletics) Walk off
September 15th 1935 Kiddo Davis (Pittsburgh Pirates)
September 16th 1935 Ed Stone (Brooklyn Dodgers)
September 16th 1935 Leon Ballard (New York Yankees) Walk off PH
September 17th 1935 George Detore (St Louis Cardinals)
September 18th 1835 Freddie Muller (Cincinnati Reds)
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