1929 Replay Standings as of July 7, 1929

Batting Leaders | Pitching Leaders
Team Batting | Team Pitching
AMERICAN LEAGUENATIONAL LEAGUE
WLGBPctWLGBPct
Philadelphia A's5219-.732New York Giants5321-.716
New York Yankees47234.5.671Chicago Cubs49222.5.690
Cleveland Indians45267.0.634St. Louis Cardinals44319.5.587
Detroit Tigers47287.0.627Pittsburgh Pirates363515.5.507
St. Louis Browns304222.5.417Brooklyn Robins294122.0.414
Washington Nationals264224.5.382Cincinnati Reds264425.0.371
Chicago White Sox245230.5.316Philadelphia Phillies264726.5.356
Boston Red Sox185736.0.240Boston Braves264827.0.351


1929 A's






Hilites

NO HITTERS
4/26/1929  Ogden, Jack  (Browns)     St. Louis Browns @ Chicago White Sox 
 
1 HITTERS (3) 
4/21/1929  Bush, Guy  (Cubs)     St. Louis Cardinals @ Chicago Cubs 
6/18/1929  Heimach, Fred  (Yankees)     Boston Red Sox @ New York Yankees  (DH-G1) 
6/28/1929  Crowder, General  (Browns)     St. Louis Browns @ Chicago White Sox 
 
MOST STRIKEOUTS   
5/9/1929  Malone, Pat  (Cubs)  13  Chicago Cubs @ Brooklyn Robins 
 
MOST HITS
4/24/1929  Ruth, Babe  (Yankees)  6  New York Yankees @ Boston Red Sox 
4/28/1929  Clark, Earl  (Braves)  6  Boston Braves @ Brooklyn Robins 
4/29/1929  Falk, Bibb  (Indians)  7  Cleveland Indians @ Chicago White Sox 
 
MOST RUNS SCORED
5/4/1929  Cuyler, Kiki  (Cubs)  5  Chicago Cubs @ Philadelphia Phillies  (DH-G2) 
5/11/1929  Douthit, Taylor  (Cardinals)  5  St. Louis Cardinals @ Brooklyn Robins 
5/26/1929  Herman, Babe  (Robins)  5  Philadelphia Phillies @ Brooklyn Robins 
5/29/1929  Fonseca, Lew  (Indians)  5  Cleveland Indians @ Chicago White Sox 
6/4/1929  Grantham, George  (Pirates)  5  Philadelphia Phillies @ Pittsburgh Pirates 
6/6/1929  Gehringer, Charlie  (Tigers)  5  Detroit Tigers @ Washington Nationals 
6/22/1929  High, Andy  (Cardinals)  5  St. Louis Cardinals @ Cincinnati Reds 
 
MOST WALKS
4/17/1929  Schulte, Fred  (Browns)  4  Chicago White Sox @ St. Louis Browns 
4/23/1929 (12 innings)  Kamm, Willie  (White Sox)  4  Chicago White Sox @ Cleveland Indians 
4/30/1929  Blue, Lu  (Browns)  4  St. Louis Browns @ Detroit Tigers 
5/7/1929  Hallahan, Wild Bill  (Cardinals)  4  St. Louis Cardinals @ Boston Braves 
5/22/1929  Bishop, Max  (A's)  4  Boston Red Sox @ Philadelphia A's 
5/29/1929  Ott, Mel  (Giants)  4  Brooklyn Robins @ New York Giants 
6/8/1929  Hornsby, Rogers  (Cubs)  4  Boston Braves @ Chicago Cubs 
6/25/1929  Schang, Wally  (Browns)  4  Cleveland Indians @ St. Louis Browns  (DH-G1) 
 
CYCLE
4/23/1929  Rice, Harry  (Tigers)     Detroit Tigers @ St. Louis Browns 
6/19/1929  Herman, Babe  (Robins)     Brooklyn Robins @ Boston Braves  (DH-G1) 
6/25/1929  Gehringer, Charlie  (Tigers)     Chicago White Sox @ Detroit Tigers 
 
MOST ERRORS
5/7/1929  Hayes, Jackie  (Nationals)  4  Washington Nationals @ Detroit Tigers 
6/14/1929  Boley, Joe  (A's)  4  Cleveland Indians @ Philadelphia A's 
 
MOST  TEAM HITS
4/24/1929  Yankees  33  New York Yankees @ Boston Red Sox 
 
MOST TEAM RUNS SCORED
4/24/1929  Yankees  23  New York Yankees @ Boston Red Sox 
5/5/1929  Yankees  22  New York Yankees @ Chicago White Sox 
5/6/1929  Nationals  21  Washington Nationals @ Cleveland Indians 
5/10/1929  Yankees  26  New York Yankees @ Detroit Tigers 
5/17/1929  Phillies  25  Brooklyn Robins @ Philadelphia Phillies 


April 21 - Yanks' Hank Johnson (1-0,1.00) bests A's and Lefty Grove (0-1,2.57) 2-3-0/1-3-1.   Cubs' Guy Bush (2-0,0.82) 1-hits the Cards, winning 10-10-0/0-1-1.   He walks 3.  The only St. Louis hit is a single by Chick Hafey in the top of the 7th with 1 out.

April 23 - Harry Rice (Tigers) hits for the cycle against the Browns.

April 24 - Yanks beat Bosox, 23-33-2/1-7-2.  Mark Koenig 4-7; Babe Ruth 6-7, 3 runs, 4 RBI; Lou Gehrig 4-7, HR, 3 RBI; Leo Durocher 4-7.  Waite Hoyt (1-1-,4.20) pitches the complete game win.  For Boston, Red Ruffing (0-2,12.27) takes the loss.  

April 26 - Browns' Jack Ogden (1-2,2.67) pitches a no-hitter against the Chisox, winning 13-16-0/0-0-3.  Ogden relinquishes 4 walks.  Red Sox and Washington are scoreless through 10 innings until Red Sox score the game's only run in the bottom of the 11th to win 1-7-0/0-6-3.  Ad Liska (0-1,2.63) and Jack Russell (1-0,5.40) both go the distance. 

 April 28 - Earl Clark (Braves) goes 6-6 against Brooklyn in an 8-0 win.

April 29 - Cleveland beats Chisox, 20-26-4/6-10-2.  Bibb Falk (.750) goes 7-7, 4 RBI, 4 runs, 2B,3B, 10 TB. 

April 30 - A's beat Boston, 9-3, as every A's starter, including pitcher George Earnshaw, had at least 1 hit.  

May 5 - Yanks beat Chisox 22-22-2/5-14-1.  Mark Koenig (.368) 5-6, 4 runs, 2 RBI, 3B.  Cards beat Giants, 15-27-1/5-10-0 as every Cardinal player, including pitcher Grover Cleveland Alexander (1-1, 5.20), had at least 1 hit.  Frankie Frisch (.448) 5-6, 4 runs, 4 RBI, 2B, 3B; Chick Hafey (.443) 5-5, 2 RBI, 2 runs, 2 2B; Tony Douthit 4-6, Andy High 4-6.  

May 6 - Washington beats Tribe, 21-25-2/8-14-3.  Sam West (.283) 5-7; Goose Goslin (.308) 5-6, 4 runs, 4 RBI, grand slam.

May 7 Giant's OF Tony Kaufman goes 2-3 with 2 walks.   In the actual '29 season, he went 1-32.  Giants beat Pittsburgh 13-12-2/1-6-2.  

May 8 - A's beat Chisox, 17-19-1/3-12-0 as every A's player, including pitcher Jack Quinn (3-0,2.10) had at least 1 hit.  Tigers beat Nats, 20-24-0/3-9-3.   Every Detroit starter, including pitcher George Uhle (3-2,3.69), had at least 1 hit.  Harry Heilman (.353) 4-6, 4 runs, 5 RBI,2B, HR.   

May 9 - Grover Cleveland Alexander (2-1,3.93) shuts out the Braves, winning 18-20-1/0-7-1.  Every St. Louis starter, except Alexander, had at least 1 hit.  

May 10 - Yanks beat Tigers, 26-27-1/3-6-2.  Mark Koenig (.432) 5-7, 4 runs, 3 RBI; Lou Gehrig (.379) 4-5, 5 RBI, 2 Walks.  Cubs beat Giants, 9-1, for their 10th straight win.   They are now 16-4 and lead the NL by 5 games.  

May 11 - Giants score 10 runs in bottom of 8th to beat Cubs, 12-15-0/6-9-0.  Every NY starter, except pitcher Larry Benton, had at least 1 hit.   Bill Terry (.453) 4-5, 2B, 3 runs.

May 16 - Cards beat Pittsburgh, 11-15-1/4-10-3 as every Cardinal player, including pitcher Jesse Haines (3-1, 4.50), had at least 1 hit. 

May 17 - Phillies beat Robins, 25-28-1/10-21-1.  Donn Hurst(.318) and Chuck Klein (.430) 5-6.   Klein had 3 homers (including a grand slam) and 10 RBI.  Bennie Friberg (.302) 4-6.  For the Robins, Babe Herman (.385) and Dave Bancroft (.269) 4-5.  

May 18 - Robins split with Phills, taking nightcap 15-22-2/8-13-1 as every brooklyn starter, including putcher Alex Ferguson (0-4, 13.50) had at least 1 hit.  Wally Gilbert (.381) 5-6; Babe Herman (.387) 4-6.  

May 20 - Cubs beat Bucs 13-4 as Rogers Hornsby (.455, 10, 43 .835SA) goes 2-3 with a homer.   Hornsby has now hit in every Cub game this season (all 29 games) and he leads the majors in BA, HR, RBI and SA. 

May 24 - Yanks beat Boston, 18-23-2/12-23-3.  Every Yank starter, including pitcher Herb Pennock (3-1, 1.85), had at least 1 hit.  For the Sox, Bill Regan (.380) went 5-6, 2B. 

May 25 - White Sox and Detroit split with Tigers taking nightcap, 16-20-2/6-10-1 as Tigers' pitcher George Smith (2-0, 4.97) goes 4-5 witha 2B and 3 runs.   Smith is now 5-6 this season (in the actual 1929, he batted .417, 5-14).

May 26 - Phils beat Robins, 14-16-1/13-16-1 as every Phil and Brooklyn starter, except for the pitchers (Luther Roy 3-0, 7.42 and Doug McWeeny 3-5, 10.49), had at least 1 hit.  Lefty O'Doul (.402) 4-6, 2B, HR; Babe Herman (.411) 5-6, 5 runs, 3 RBI, 2B, HR.  

May 29 - Sixth place Washington's Firpo Marberry (2-3, 4.53) snaps Yanks' 12 game win streak as he pitches a complete game 5-1 victory.  Yanks remain 2 behind A's.  Tribe beats Chisox 16-25-3/5-11-1 as Lou Fonseca (.429) goes 5-6 with 5 runs,  RBI and a 2B and Earl Averill (.327) also goes 5-6, 4 runs, 6 RBI, 2B, 2 HR, 12 TB. 

May 30 - Yanks split with Nationals, winning nightcap, 16-14-1/11-15-2 as Babe Ruth (.421,10,44) goes 3-6 with 7 RBI and 2 homers.  Earl Combs (.369) 4-5.  NY is 2 1/12 behind A's.   First place Cubs beat Pirates in opener, 15-21-1/13-18-3.   Every Pirate starter, except pitcher Ray Kremer, had at least 1 hit.  The Waners and George Grantham each had 3 hits.  For Chicago, every starter except Cliff Heathcote, had at least 2 hits, except for the starter Art Nehf (1-3, 3-run homer).  Kiki Cuyler (.367) 4-6, 2 RBI,3b: Charlie Grimm (.366) 3-4, HR; Earl Grace (.308) 3-4, 4 RBI, HR.    Tigers beat Browns in opener, 20-20-1/8-15-3.  Every Detroit starter had at least 1 hit, including pitcher Vic Sorrell (2-4, 6.02), except for Charlie Gehringer (.314) 0-6.  Roy Johnson (.307) and Harry Rice (.401) both 4-6.  

June 1 - Giants beat 1st place Cubs 10-5 for their 7th in a row.  NY is now 1/2 game behind Cubs but 6 points as they move into 1st.  Tribe comes back from 4-0 deficit to beat Boston 11-4 as Sox drop their 17th in a row. 

June 2 - Cubs beat Giants in 10, 5-4, and move back into sole possession of 1st place.  Tribe comes back from 9-6 deficit in 8th inning to beat Red Sox 10-9 as Boston drops its 18th straight. 

 June 4 - Pirates beat Phillies, 19-22-1/13-18-2 as every Philly starter, except pitcher Phil Collins, had at least 1 hit.  Chuck Klein (.394( 3-6, HR, 2B, 6 RBI.  Every Pirate starter, except for LF Adam Comorosky (.307) but including pitcher Steve Swetonic (4-6, 9.26) also had at least 1 hit.  George Grantham (.349) 4-5, 5 runs, 4 RBI, HR; Paul Waner (.367) 4-5, 2B. 

 June 6 - 1st place A's beat Browns, 19-19-2/1-6-2 as every A's starter, including pitcher George Earnshaw (6-4, 2.99) had at least  2 hits.   Tigers beat Nats, 19-14-0/12-17-4.  Bob Fothergill (.432) 4-5, 6 RBI, 2 3B. 

 June 13 - Ray Kolp (2-2-, 3.44) pitches a no-hitter for 7 innings against the Robins until Billy Rhiel singles to lead off the top of the 8th.   Rhiel comes around the score as Brooklyn wins, 1-2-0/0-7-1 behind Dazzy Vance (6-1, 2.77).  

 June 16 - 1st place Cubs come back from 13-3 deficit with 10 runs in bottom of 7th as they beat Phillies, 17-22-1/15-17-0.  Chuck Klein (.384) goes 4-6 for Phills as Charlie Grimm (.345) goes 4-6 for Cubs with a HR and a double. 

 June 18 - Yanks' Fred Heimach (5-0, 3.25) 1-hits the Bosox in opener, winning 1-6-0/0-1-1.   The only Boston hit is a 1-out 1st inning single by Russ Scarritt (.294).  Heimach walks 5.  

 June 19 - Giants take opener against Phillies, 15-21-1/2-7-2 as Mel Ott (.362, 15, 44) hits 3 homers (4 RBI).  Bill Terry (.426) goes 4-5 as every starting player has at least 1 hit, including pitcher Freddie Fitzsimmons (9-3, 4.25).  Brooklyn's Babe Herman (.412, 11, 59) hits for the cycle (4-6) against the Braves in the opener.  Robins win, 15-17-1/2-10-3. 

 June 21 - 1st place A's sweep 3rd place Yanks, taking opener 15-18-1/1-2-0 behind Lefty Grove (13-2, 2.28).  Every A's player, including Grove, had at least 1 hit.  Al Simmons (.432) 4-6.  A's win nightcap 8-4. 

 June 22 - After Babe Ruth returns from injury (on the 18th), Yanks sweep 1st place A's, winning opener, 9-2, behind a complete game from Fred Heimach (6-0, 2.92).   NY takes nightcap, 2-0, behind a 4-hitter from George Pipgras (8-4, 4.40).   NY is still in 3rd, 5 1/2 out.   Giants sweep Phillies and they are now in 1st place, 1 1/2 games ahead of Cubs.  Giants have won 4 straight as Cubs have dropped 3 in a row.  Terry is now batting .438 and Leach is at .429.  Cards beat Reds, 17-24-1/8-15-1.  Andy High (.304) 5-6, 2B, 3B; Jim Bottomley (.369) 4-6. 

 June 23 - Yanks beat 1st place A's, 4-3, scoring the winning run in the bottom of the 9th.  Ruth goes 1-3, his 12th homer, and is not hitting .401.  Cleveland beats Tigers and Yanks move into 2nd by percentage points over Detroit. 

 June 25 - Cleveland's Jake Miller (7-3, 1.45) pitches a 13 inning complete game win, beating the Browns, 3-9-1/1-7-2.   Miller is a 9ZG and has a 1.45 ERA after 105/1 IP. 

 June 27 - Yanks visit 1st place A's.   A's lead 8-0 after 4, but NY scores 10 runs in top of 5th.  A's then tie it in bottom of 5th, but Babe Ruth hits 3-run homers in top of 7th to put NY back on top, 14-11, and Yanks hold on for a 14-13 win.  NY is now 4 1/2 games back. 

 June 29 - Yanks again beat A's, this time 7-5, as George Pipgras (9-4, 4.37) beats Lefty Grove (14-3, 2.56).  NY is now 3 1/2 back.   Giants sweep Phils as Cubs lose in 10 to Cards.   NY takes over 1st place bu 1 game over Cubs. 

June 30 - Giants' Carl Hubbell (9-6, 3.63) no-hits the Phils in the opener through 7 1/3 innings until Lefty O'Doul singles.  Giants win 4-4-2/1-4-3.  Robins beat Braves in opener, 19-19-0/0-6-2.   Del Bissonnette (.354) 5-6, 5 RBI.   Dazzy Vance (9-2, 3.72) ejected after 7 1/3 innings of shutout ball.  Tigers come back from 9-4 deficit to score 6 in bottom of 8th and 2 more in bottom of 9th to beat Cleveland, 12-18-2/11-14-0.  

July 2 - Giants sweep Braves, winning opener11-13-1/1-6-3, and taking the nightcap, 25-23-2/3-7-1 as Travis Jackson (.353, 14, 93) goes 4-7 with 10 TB, a grand slam and a 3-run homer, and 9 RBI.   Washington sweeps 1st place A's, winning opener 7-2, and taking the nightcap, 16-6 as every Nat starter, except the pitcher Sam Jones (2-5, 5.33), had at least 1 hit.  Yankees are now 2 1/2 games out. 

 July 6 - Cubs beat Braves,16-20-0/2-8-1 as every Cub starter, including pitcher Art Nehf (3-3, 9.48), had at least 1 hit.  Rogers Hornsby (.418) 4-5, 3 runs, HR, 3 RBI; Charlie Grimm (.338) 4-6, 2 runs, 4 RBI, 2 2B.