1932 FINAL Standings as of September 26, 1932

Batting Leaders | Pitching Leaders
Team Batting | Team Pitching

AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L GB Pct W L GB Pct
New York Yankees 109 45 - .708 Philadelphia Phillies 99 55 - .643
Philadelphia Athletics 93 61 16.0 .604 Pittsburgh Pirates 85 69 14.0 .552
Cleveland Indians 89 64 19.5 .582 Chicago Cubs 82 72 17.0 .532
Washington Nationals 88 66 21.0 .571 Brooklyn Dodgers 74 80 25.0 .481
Detroit Tigers 75 76 32.5 .497 New York Giants 73 81 26.0 .474
St. Louis Browns 63 91 46.0 .409 Boston Braves 70 84 29.0 .455
Chicago White Sox 55 97 53.0 .362 Cincinnati Reds 67 87 32.0 .435
Boston Red Sox 41 113 68.0 .266 St. Louis Cardinals 66 88 33.0 .429

 

 

GAME HIGHLIGHTS:

 

3+ Homers
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Buddy Myer Washington
3 homers
Philadelphia vs Washington
April 28


Al Simmons Philadelphia
3 homers
St. Louis vs Philadelphia
July 19


Pinky Whitney Philadelphia
3 homers
Philadelphia vs New York
September 24

 

The Cycle
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Tony Cuccinello Brooklyn
New York vs Brooklyn
September 4

 

5+ Hits
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Paul Waner Pittsburgh
5 hits
Pittsburgh vs Cincinnati
April 18


Wes Schulmerich Boston
5 hits
Boston vs New York
April 18


Heinie Manush Washington
5 hits
Washington vs Philadelphia
April 19


Bill Dickey New York
5 hits
Boston vs New York
April 24


Al Simmons Philadelphia
5 hits
Philadelphia vs Washington
April 24


Hal Rhyne Boston
5 hits
Boston vs New York
April 28


Carl Reynolds Washington
5 hits
Philadelphia vs Washington
April 28


Johnny Burnett Cleveland
5 hits
St. Louis vs Cleveland
May 2


Harry Davis Detroit
5 hits
Detroit vs Boston
May 10


Goose Goslin St. Louis
5 hits
St. Louis vs Washington
May 15


Lloyd Waner Pittsburgh
5 hits
Pittsburgh vs Brooklyn
May 15


Earl Averill Cleveland
5 hits
Cleveland vs Chicago
May 24


Ernie Orsatti St. Louis
5 hits
Cincinnati vs St. Louis
June 4


Heinie Manush Washington
5 hits
Washington vs St. Louis
June 12


Bill Cissell Cleveland
5 hits
New York vs Cleveland
June 14


Doc Cramer Philadelphia
6 hits
Philadelphia vs St. Louis
June 19


Billy Rhiel Detroit
5 hits
Boston vs Detroit
June 23


Harvey Hendrick Cincinnati
5 hits
Cincinnati vs Pittsburgh
June 25


Danny MacFayden New York
5 hits
Philadelphia vs New York
June 26


Charlie Devens New York
5 hits
Philadelphia vs New York
June 26


Tony Piet Pittsburgh
5 hits
Pittsburgh vs Cincinnati
June 26


Adam Comorosky Pittsburgh
5 hits
Pittsburgh vs Cincinnati
June 26


Jimmy Dykes Philadelphia
5 hits
Washington vs Philadelphia
July 1


Bill Terry New York
5 hits
Boston vs New York
July 1


Earl Averill Cleveland
6 hits
Cleveland vs Washington
July 7


Joe Vosmik Cleveland
5 hits
Philadelphia vs Cleveland
July 10


Al Simmons Philadelphia
5 hits
St. Louis vs Philadelphia
July 19


Bennie Tate Boston
5 hits
Boston vs New York
July 23


Randy Moore Boston
5 hits
St. Louis vs Boston
July 31


Paul Waner Pittsburgh
5 hits
Pittsburgh vs Brooklyn
August 4


Eric McNair Philadelphia
5 hits
Philadelphia vs St. Louis
August 6


Larry French Pittsburgh
5 hits
Pittsburgh vs Boston
August 10


Al Simmons Philadelphia
5 hits
Philadelphia vs Boston
August 14


Smead Jolley Boston
6 hits
Philadelphia vs Boston
August 14


Rick Ferrell St. Louis
5 hits
St. Louis vs New York
August 20


Joe Sewell New York
5 hits
St. Louis vs New York
August 21


Jackie Hayes Chicago
5 hits
Chicago vs New York
August 28


Mel Ott New York
5 hits
New York vs Chicago
August 28


Buck Jordan Boston
5 hits
Boston vs Pittsburgh
August 31


George Grantham Cincinnati
5 hits
Cincinnati vs Boston
September 10


Hal Lee Philadelphia
5 hits
Pittsburgh vs Philadelphia
September 10


Debs Garms St. Louis
5 hits
Boston vs St. Louis
September 13


Rick Ferrell St. Louis
5 hits
Boston vs St. Louis
September 13


Jim Levey St. Louis
5 hits
St. Louis vs Detroit
September 23

 

4+ XB Hits
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Heinie Manush Washington
4 XB Hits
Washington vs Detroit
June 16


Don Hurst Philadelphia
4 XB Hits
Brooklyn vs Philadelphia
June 29


Al Simmons Philadelphia
4 XB Hits
St. Louis vs Philadelphia
July 19


Goose Goslin St. Louis
4 XB Hits
Detroit vs St. Louis
July 23


Mickey Cochrane Philadelphia
4 XB Hits
Philadelphia vs Cleveland
July 31


Tony Lazzeri New York
4 XB Hits
Chicago vs New York
August 28

 

8+ RBI
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Al Simmons Philadelphia
9 RBI
Philadelphia vs Washington
April 24


Willie Kamm Cleveland
8 RBI
Cleveland vs New York
May 16


Al Simmons Philadelphia
11 RBI
St. Louis vs Philadelphia
July 19


Goose Goslin St. Louis
9 RBI
Detroit vs St. Louis
July 23


Bill Terry New York
8 RBI
New York vs Boston
July 23


Larry French Pittsburgh
8 RBI
Pittsburgh vs Boston
August 10


Heinie Manush Washington
8 RBI
Washington vs Chicago
September 11

 

No-Hit Games
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Lon Warneke Chicago
New York vs Chicago
August 31

 

1-Hit Games
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Jumbo Elliott Philadelphia
New York vs Philadelphia
May 24


Firpo Marberry Washington
Chicago vs Washington
August 19


Benny Frey Cincinnati
Cincinnati vs Chicago
September 25

 

14+ whoofs
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Red Ruffing New York
14 whiffs
Philadelphia vs New York
April 21

 

 

 

 

April 12 St. Louis scores 11 runs in the top of the 2nd against Chicago in their opener.  Browns win 13-20-1/4-8-3.

April 15 Phils beat Bums, 19-18-2/7-13-2.  Every starting Phil, except for 2B Les Mallon, had at least 1 hit, including the starting pitcher Phil Collins.  Phils hit 5 HR, including 2 by Pinky Whitney. 

 

April 19 Washington beats the As, 15-18-3/11-12-4.  Every Washington starting player, including the pitcher Monte Weaver, had at least 1 hit.  Heinie Manush 5-6, 2B, 5 RBI.  For the As, Jimmie Foxx went 4-4, 6 RBI, 2B, 2 HR.  Phils beat Bums, 16-22-2/3-9-3.  Les Mallon, Kiddo Davis and Chuck Klein (2B, 2 HR, 6 RBI) each had 4 hits.

 

April 24 As beat Washington, 28-25-1/10-18-1.  Every As starter, including pitcher George Earnshaw (3-0, 2.84) had at least 1 hit.  Al Simmons (.524) 5-6, 5 runs, 9 RBI, 2 2B, HR, 10 TB. 

 

April 28 Washington beats As, 21-23-1/9-10-2.  Nats score 7 in bottom of 2nd and 6 in 4th and 8th innings.  Carl Reynolds 5-6, 7 RBI, 3B, HR.  Every Washington starter, except Moe Berg, had at least 1 hit. 

 

April 30 Yanks beat Boston 3-1 and windup April with a record of 12-1.  Theyve now won 12 straight.  Their only loss was in their first game, 9-7 to the As.

 

May 2 Lefty Gomez (3-1) shuts out Washington 5-0 as Yanks are now 14-1 (theyve won 14 straight). 

 

May 3 Giants score 11 runs on only 8 hits in bottom of 1st against Dodgers.  Bums make 2 errors, and only 5 of the 11 runs are earned.  Bums come back to within 1, but lose 14-15-3/13/21/2.  Every Bum starter, except the pitcher Ray Phelps (who was knocked out before he could bat), had at least 1 hit.  Every Giant starter, except pitcher Freddy FitzSimmons, had at least 1 hit too.

 

May 6 Yanks 15 game winning streak ends as they lose 12-6 to Detroit.  This is NYs first loss since opening day. 

 

May 13 Cards hold on to beat 1st place Phills, 13-17-4/12-23-1.  Every starting Phil, except pitcher Ed Holley, had at least 1 hit, and every starting Cardinal, including pitcher Syl Johnson, had at least 1 hit.   

 

May 16 Yanks win their 20th, beating the Tribe, 15-14-1/13-14-0.  Every Yank starter, except Lyn Lary, including Lefty Gomez, had at least 1 hit. 

 

May 20 Cubs and Reds hookup in 11 inning scoreless tie.  Reds finally break through, scoring in the bottom of the 12th to win 1-4-3/0-6-1.  Lon Warneke (5-2, 0.42) and Benny Frey (2-0, 0.38) go the distance. 

 

May 23 As win their 5th in a row, and 2nd in a row over the Yanks.  As now only game behind NY. 

 

May 24 Jumbo Elliott (3-0, 2.400 of the 1st place Phillies 1-hits the Giants, winning 1-4-0/0-1-1.  Elliott walks 1, but only faces the minimum 27 batters.   The only Giant hit is a  leadoff single to start the game by Hugh Critz.

 

May 31 As beat Nats, 20-210/1-8-4.  Every Philly starter, including pitcher Tony Freitas, had at least 1 hit.  There were no HR in the game.

 

June 1- Yanks beat 2nd place As in opener, winning 25-25-0/2-4-4.  Every NY starter, including pitcher Red Ruffing, had at least 1 hit.  Ben Chapman 4-7, 4 RBI, 5 runs, 2B, HR.  NY scores 24 of the runs in the final 5 innings (7,3,1,4, and 9 runs, respectively).  Yanks win nightcap, 15-14-0/5-9-1.  Again every NY starter, this time except for starting pitcher George Pipgras, had at least 1 hit.  NY scores 10 runs in the top of the 8th. 

 

June 3 Yanks beat As 7-6.  NY has now won 9 straight and they lead AL by 5 games over the As. 

 

June 9 Washington beats Chisox, 14-19-2/5-10-4 as every Washington starter, including pitcher Monte Weaver, had at least 1 hit.  Weaver (8-2, 5.94, .452 BA) was 4-5 with 3 runs. 

 

June 12 Phils score 10 runs in top of 5th against Reds.  Phils win 16-19-3/1-6-3.  Chuck Klein (.351, 16, 56) 3-4, GS, 2 HR, 7 RBI.

 

June 18 Braves and Pirates hookup in scoreless tie until bottom of 13th when Boston scores the games only run to win, 1-6-0/0-7-2.  In the nightcap, Pittsburgh scores 9 runs in the top of the 1st and goes on to win, 13-19-1/3-7-0.  Every Buc starter, including pitcher Ray Kremer, had at least 1 hit. 

 

June 19 As beat Browns in opener, 19-25-1/10-14-1.  Every Philly starter, including pitcher ray Mahaffey, had at least 1 hit.  Doc Cramer  (.360) 6-6, 2 2B.  Jimmie Foxx (.401, 22, 80) 4-5, 2 HR, 4 RBI. 

 

June 23 Phils beat Cubs, 17-19-2/8-10-0.  Every starting Phillies player, including pitcher Phil Collins, had at least 2 hits except for 3B Pinky Whitney (1-5).

 

July 6 Bums beat Reds in opener, 18-22-1/3-14-2.  Every Bum starter, including pitcher Sloppy Thurston, had at least 1 hit.  Johnny Frederick 4-7, Lefty ODoul 4-5, pitcher Thurston 3-6, 2B, 2 RBI. 

 

July 7 As sweep Chisox, winning opener, 15-19-2/2-6-3 and taking the nightcap 13-17-2/5-8-0.   In the opener, every As starter including the pitcher George Earnshaw, had at least 1 hit, except for Mule Haas (0-5).  In the nightcap, every As starter, including pitcher Rube Walberg, had at least 1 hit. 

 

July 8 Browns beat Bosox, 17-15-1/0-2-4.  Every Brown starter had at least 2 hits, except for LF Goslin (0-1) and Fisher (0-3).  Melillo and Campbell each had 1 hit.  Cubs beat 1st place Phils, 15-18-2/14-19-5.  Cubs were leading 14-10 in top of 9th but Phils scores 4 to tie the game.  The 4 came in on a 3-run homer by Pinky Whitney in the top of the 9th, but Chicago scored the game winner in the bottom of the inning.  

 

July 10 Giants and Reds split, with Giants taking nightcap, 11-13-0/3-10-0.  In the nightcap, starter Dolf Luque (5-1, 2.37) hits 2 homers (he had none in the actual 31 season).  Every Giant starter had at least 1 hit.  Washington hits back-to-back-to-back homers (Myer, Manush, Cronin)  in bottom of 7th of opener against Vic Frasier of the Chisox.  Sammy West then singles before Ossie Bleuge hits yet another homer.  Washington wins, 10-7.  Every Washington starter had at least 2 hits, except for pitcher General Crowder (10-9, 3.29) and for Sammy West (1-4, .288). 

 

July 11 Tribe takes twin bill from As as Wes Ferrell (17-9, 3.62) wins both games in relief.  He pitches 2.2 innings in opener, and 4.2 in finale.

 

 

July 12 Lefty grove (14-2, 1.76) and Willis Hudlin (5-4, 4.02) hookup for 12 innings.  As finally prevail, winning 2-11-0/0-5-2. 

 

July 13 Washington beats Chisox, 17-19-1/0-5-3.  No homers in the game.  Washingtons pitcher, Monte Weaver (11-3, 5.12) goes 3-5, 3 runs, 2 RBI. 

 

July 14 Yanks come back from 5-0 deficit to beat Tribe 10-11-2/6-10-2 on a pinch-hit grand slam in the bottom of the 9th by Red Ruffing (.299, 3, 21). 

 

July 17 As score 13 runs in top of 5th against Detroit:

 

* TOP OF THE 5th, Athletics 4, Tigers 2

* J. Foxx facing W. Wyatt, T 5th, No Outs, Bases Empty, Ahead 4-2

Wyatt now ... wide of the mark ... and Foxx walks ... Foxx has now walked 70 times

* E. McNair facing W. Wyatt, T 5th, No Outs, Runner on 1st, Ahead 4-2

Foxx going with the pitch ... quick move to the plate ... fouled back of the plate ... strike one

* E. McNair facing W. Wyatt, T 5th, No Outs, Runner on 1st, Ahead 4-2

They're holding Foxx ... Jimmie Foxx is on the move ... quick move to the plate

it's roped hard to right ... into the corner ... Webb's after it ... Foxx's digging

he's around third ... coming down the line ... he'll score ... the throw in to second

not in time! ... and McNair's in standing with a double

Athletics 5, Tigers 2

* J. Heving facing W. Wyatt, T 5th, No Outs, Runner on 2nd, Ahead 5-2

McNair moves quietly toward third ... the pitch comes in ... swung on ... hit hard to Rogell

he'll go to first ... one down ... McNair holds

* D. Williams facing W. Wyatt, T 5th, 1 Out, Runner on 2nd, Ahead 5-2

McNair extending his lead ... the pitch ... swung on ... softly hit liner to center

here comes Stone ... he makes the running catch ... steals a hit from Williams

McNair held up and now he tags

TRY FOR THIRD? (1-yes, 2-no*)

but they'll hold him there ... as the throw comes in

* R. Mahaffey facing W. Wyatt, T 5th, 2 Outs, Runner on 2nd, Ahead 5-2

McNair at second takes a big lead ... Wyatt now ... whacked to center field ... base hit

Stone's racing over ... still running ... he fields it ... McNair's well around third

TRY TO SCORE? (1-yes, 2-no*)

they're waving McNair in

THROW HOME? (1-yes, 2-no*)

and he scores ... as the throw comes in to second ... Mahaffey holds at first with a single

Athletics 6, Tigers 2

And here comes Tigers manager Stew(NEW'30s) Rhodes(Non-AIM) ... he's asking Wyatt for the ball

they'll go to Rip Sewell ... so Wyatt goes four and two thirds ... he yielded ... 6 runs

3 earned ... on 7 hits ... 4 walks ... he struck out 3 ... he's responsible for the runner

he can only lose it ... the right-hander Sewell ... enters this game with a 5.11 ERA

this is his 6th appearance ... he's worked 12 innings ... his record ... one loss

he'll try to hold them to let the Tigers get back in it

* M. Haas facing R. Sewell, T 5th, 2 Outs, Runner on 1st, Ahead 6-2

They're holding Mahaffey ... the delivery from Sewell ... Sewell misses ... ball four

Haas will go to first

* D. Cramer facing R. Sewell, T 5th, 2 Outs, 1st and 2nd, Ahead 6-2

The pitch ... spanked hard to the hole on the right side ... it skips past Gehringer

and on into right field for a hit ... Webb racing over ... Mahaffey is well around third

Haas is around second

TRY TO SCORE? (1-yes, 2-no*)

they're waving Mahaffey in

TRY FOR THIRD ALSO? (1-yes, 2-no*)

Haas's headed for third

THROW HOME OR TO THIRD?

(1-home, 2-third, 3-no throw*)

the throw home

TRY FOR SECOND ON THROW? (1-yes, 2-no*)

here's the play at the plate ... and he's ... safe...ahead of the throw

and Haas moves to third ... Cramer is on with a single

Athletics 7, Tigers 2

* J. Dykes facing R. Sewell, T 5th, 2 Outs, 1st and 3rd, Ahead 7-2

Sewell with the offering ... wide of the mark ... and Dykes walks ... that fills the bases

* A. Simmons facing R. Sewell, T 5th, 2 Outs, Bases Loaded, Ahead 7-2

Here comes the pitch ... grounded right at Schuble ... he spears it ... long throw to first

and it gets by Davis ... two runs will score ... going first to third is Jimmy Dykes

and Simmons will hold at first

Athletics 9, Tigers 2

* J. Foxx facing R. Sewell, T 5th, 2 Outs, 1st and 3rd, Ahead 9-2

To the plate ... grounded deep into the hole ... Rogell is over ... he dives for it

and he's got it! ... but holds the ball ... he doesn't have a play ... Dykes scores

and Simmons moves to second

Athletics 10, Tigers 2

* E. McNair facing R. Sewell, T 5th, 2 Outs, 1st and 2nd, Ahead 10-2

The pitch ... McNair puts a charge into this one ... a big fly to deep left

Walker will run out of room ... that's a Baltimore special ... a three-run homer

Athletics 13, Tigers 2

* J. Heving facing R. Sewell, T 5th, 2 Outs, Bases Empty, Ahead 13-2

The delivery from Sewell ... swung on ... a squibber in front of the plate ... Ruel's out

he's up with it ... the throw to first ... and it's high! ... Heving's safe

score that an error on Ruel ... and the Tigers defense has been sloppy here

and it's cost them

* D. Williams facing R. Sewell, T 5th, 2 Outs, Runner on 1st, Ahead 13-2

Sewell kicks and deals ... high and tight ... the ump says ball four

and Dib will get down to first

* R. Mahaffey facing R. Sewell, T 5th, 2 Outs, 1st and 2nd, Ahead 13-2

He brings it home ... on the ground to deep short ... Rogell can't get there

it's through for a base hit ... Walker running in ... still coming

Heving is well around third ... Williams is rounding second

TRY TO SCORE? (1-yes, 2-no*)

they're waving Heving in

TRY FOR THIRD ALSO? (1-yes, 2-no*)

THROW HOME? (1-yes, 2-no*)

Heving scores ... they're holding Williams at second ... as the throw comes in to second

Athletics 14, Tigers 2

And here comes Tigers manager Stew(NEW'30s) Rhodes(Non-AIM) ... again

he's asking Sewell for the ball ... taking the mound for the Tigers is Art Herring

so Sewell pitched to 9 batters ... the game for Sewell ... 7 runs ... all unearned ... on 4 hits

a homer ... 3 walks ... he's responsible for the runners

the right-hander Herring sporting a generous 8.10 ERA ... this is his 11th appearance

he's worked ten ... Stew(NEW'30s) will give him some work

* M. Haas facing A. Herring, T 5th, 2 Outs, 1st and 2nd, Ahead 14-2

The delivery ... spanked hard to the hole on the right side ... it skips past Gehringer

and on into right field for a hit ... Webb racing over ... Williams is well around third

Mahaffey is around second

TRY TO SCORE? (1-yes, 2-no*)

they're waving Williams in

TRY FOR THIRD ALSO? (1-yes, 2-no*)

Mahaffey's headed for third

THROW HOME OR TO THIRD?

(1-home, 2-third, 3-no throw*)

Williams will score ... as the throw comes in to Gehringer ... and Mahaffey gets in to third

Athletics 15, Tigers 2

* D. Cramer facing A. Herring, T 5th, 2 Outs, 1st and 3rd, Ahead 15-2

He brings it in ... hit deep to center field ... Stone is racing back ... it's a tweener

it one hops the wall ... Stone corrals the ball ... Mahaffey scores ... Haas is around third

TRY TO SCORE? (1-yes, 2-no*)

they're waving him in

THROW HOME? (1-yes, 2-no*)

and he scores ... Cramer's in standing with a double

Athletics 17, Tigers 2

* J. Dykes facing A. Herring, T 5th, 2 Outs, Runner on 2nd, Ahead 17-2

Speedy Cramer edging toward third ... the pitch ... and it's a hard liner to Gehringer

great catch! ... that's three away.

 

As win 22-21-1/3-7-4.  Every As starter has at least 2 hits, except for 2B Dib Williams (1-5) and catcher Joe Heving (1-6).  

 

July 19 As beat Browns in opener, winning 26-26-1/3-7-3.  Al Simmons (.336, 16, 96) 5-6, 2B, 3 HR, 15 TB, 11 RBI.  Every As starter, except for reliever Lefty Grove, had at least 2 hits, including starter George Earnshaw (he was injured during the game).  As hit 6 homers (Simmons 3, Foxx, McNair, Haas 1 each).

 

July 23 Tigers beat Browns in opener, 21-16-1/10-12-3.  Every Tigers starter, including pitcher Earl Whitehill, had at least 1 hit.

 

  

 

July 26 Phils beat Reds, 17-18-0/10-15-2.  Every Red starter, except starting pitcher Ownie Carroll, had at least 1 hit.   Every Phillies starter, except 1B Don Hurst, also had at least 1 hit. 

 

July 30 Pirates beat Phills in opener, 14-22-0/3-7-0.  Every Pittsburgh starter, including pitcher Bill Swift, had at least 1 hit. 

 

July 31 Cards sweep Braves as Dizzy Dean (10-11, 4.13)  wins both games of the twin-bill.  Dean pitches 5 innings in relief in the opener, and a CG in the nightcap. 

 

August 2 Giants beat Reds in 15 innings, 7-15-3/6-19-0. 

 

August 4 Red Sox are swept by Tribe, but their overall record is now 24-77, .238.  On July 9, the Red Sox were 11-64, .147.  

 

August 6 Yanks sweep Chisox, winning nightcap, 17-18-3/1-5-3.  Every Yankee starter, except pitcher Johnny Allen, had at least 1 hit.  Babe Ruth 2-4, 2 HR, 5 RBI.

 

August 10 Pirates split w/Braves, winning nightcap, 20-24-3/3-6-4.  Every Pirates starter, including pitcher Larry French (13-9, 2.70), had at least 1 hit.  Pitcher French (.293, 1, 13) was 5-6, with 8 RBI, 3B, HR and 3 runs.  Bums split w/reds, taking the nightcap in 17 innings, 2-12-2/1-8-1.  Watty Clark 13-12, 3.78) goes the first 16 innings and does not allow an earned run but he does not figure in the decision.  SS Gordon Slade (.240) goes 0-8 for the Bums.  Every Dodger starter, except for Slade, has at least 1 hit.

 

August 12 Braves hit 3 consecutive homers (Wally Berger, Randy Moore and Wally Schulmerich) off Phills starter Phil Collins in top of 1st.  Phills come back to win, 10-7. 

 

August 15 Bums beat Bucs, 20-20-0/2-13-2.  Every Bum starter, except for catcher Al Lopez but including pitcher Joe Shaute, had at least 1 hit. 

 

August 16 Yanks sweep Tigers, winning nightcap, 17-18-1/11-10-2.  Every NY starter, including pitcher Johnny Allen (13-1, 2.95), had at least 1 hit.  Babe Ruth (.288, 31, 80) 3-3, 2 HR, 5 RBI.   Cubs and Braves hookup in 13 inning scoreless tie until Cubs score the games only run in the bottom of the 14th.  Chicago wins, 1-6-0/0-3-2.  Lon Warneke (16-6, 1.86) goes the distance for the win.  Ed Brandt (7-15, 4.19) pitches 13 innings but gets the loss as Ben Cantwell relieves him and gives up the winning run with no outs in the 14th. 

 

August 17 Bums beat Bucs, 13-19-0/0-8-1 as every Bum starter, including pitcher Fred Heimach 4-6, 4.53), had at least 1 hit.  Hack Wilson (.262, 17, 76) 3-5, 2 HR, 3B, 4 RBI. 

 

August 20 Tigers beat Bosox, 22-25-1/1-8-2.  Every Detroit starter, including pitcher Earl Whitehill (13-9, 5.45), had at least 1 hit.  Harry Davis (.294) 4-7, 3B, 4 RBI; Gene Desautels (.353) 4-5, 4 runs. 

 

August 21 Yanks beat Browns, 20-23-3/5-9-0.  Every Yankee starter, including pitcher Johnny Allen 14-1, 2.89), had at least 1 hit.  Joe Sewell (.297, 6, 61) 5-6, 5 runs, 2 HR, 4 RBI.  Babe Ruth (.290, 32, 83)  4-5, HR, 3 RBI, 4 runs, 3B. 

 

August 25 Yanks beat Tribe 5-4 as Left Gomez (20-4, 3.64) pitches a complete game for his 20th win.

 

August 26 Lefty Grove (23-5, 1.94)  no hits the Browns for 8 1/3 innings until pinch-hitter Eddie Grimes triples.  As win, 15-15-0/1-3-1. 

 

August 30 Yanks beat Chisox 9-6 as Johnny Allen (16-1, 3.14) wins his 16th. 

 

August 31 Cubs Lon Warneke (18-7, 1.94) no hits the Giants, winning 4-10-0/0-0-0.  He relinquishes 3 walks and faces 29 batters:  

 

 

 

September 4 As score 10 runs in top of 3rd against Nats.  They then score 8 in the next inning before going on to win 26-24-0/1-6-1:

 

 

September 5 Yanks sweep As and reduce their magic number to 4.  Johnny Allen (17-1, 3.22) wins the nightcap. 

 

September 8 Yanks score 10 runs on 8 hits in top of 1st in opener against Tigers.  NY wins, 15-16-1/2-6-5.  Every NY starter, except for Frank Crosetti, had at least 1 hit, including starter George Pipgras (15-6, 3.85). 

 

September 10 Phils beat Bucs in opener, 17-21-1/0-4-3.  Every Phil starter, including pitcher Snipe Hansen (13-5, 2.53), had at least 1 hit.  Hal Lee 5-5 (.327).   Phils take nightcap 7-6 in 11 innings and clinch the NL pennant.

 

September 11 Yanks clinch AL pennant as they beat Cleveland 4-2 behind Johnny Allen (18-1, 3.16). 

 

September 13 Pirates beat Braves in 15 innings, winning 5-16-1/2-9-2.  The Braves issue 7 Intentional Walks to the Bucs including 2 each to Suhr, Piet and Vaughan. 

 

September 17 Tigers beat Bosox in opener, 17-20-0-/0-5-3.   Every Detroit starter, including pitcher Goergoe Uhle, except for catcher Ray Hayworth, had at least 1 hit. 

 

September 28 Yanks beat Phils I  World Series opener in 13 innings, 2-7-1/1-5-1 as Red Ruffing and Flint Rhem both pitch complete games.  Yanks score the winning run in the bottom of the 13th as Lazzeri singles scoring Babe Ruth. 

 

September 29 Yanks trail Phils 3-1 in bottom of 7th when Babe Ruth hits a grand slam to put NY up 5-3.  Phils Chuck Klein then homers in the top of the 9th off reliever Johnny Allen to put them up 6-5.  Frankie Crosetti then singles in the bottom of the 10th to score Dickey w/the winning run.  NY wins, 7-11-2/6-12-0. 

 

September 30 NY goes up 3 games to 1 as they slaughter the Phils 20-19-1/0-4-0.

 

October 3 Yanks win the series as they take the finale, 13-24-0/5-10-1.  Every Yank starter, including winning pitcher Red Ruffing, had at least 1 hit.  Series MVP Babe Ruth (.316, 3, 13) 2-6, 2 HR, 6 RBI.  Gehrig hit .478, 0, 4 for the Series.