1934 Replay FINAL Standings as of October 1, 1934

Batting Leaders | Pitching Leaders
Team Batting | Team Pitching

AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L GB Pct W L GB Pct
Detroit Tigers 106 48 - .688 New York Giants 98 55 - .641
New York Yankees 102 52 4.0 .662 St. Louis Cardinals 89 64 9.0 .582
Cleveland Indians 92 62 14.0 .597 Chicago Cubs 86 65 11.0 .570
Boston Red Sox 72 80 33.0 .474 Pittsburgh Pirates 78 72 18.5 .520
Washington Nationals 72 82 34.0 .468 Boston Braves 76 75 21.0 .503
St. Louis Browns 67 86 38.5 .438 Brooklyn Dodgers 74 78 23.5 .487
Philadelphia Athletics 63 89 42.0 .414 Philadelphia Phillies 61 88 35.0 .409
Chicago White Sox 39 114 66.5 .255 Cincinnati Reds 43 108 54.0 .285

   
  



                                                              

 

 

 

 

3+ Homers
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Wally Berger Boston
3 homers
New York vs Boston
April 29


Gabby Hartnett Chicago
3 homers
Chicago vs Philadelphia
May 18


Chuck Klein Chicago
3 homers
Philadelphia vs Chicago
June 13


Wes Schulmerich Cincinnati
3 homers
Cincinnati vs St. Louis
July 8


Lou Gehrig New York
3 homers
New York vs Philadelphia
July 29

 

The Cycle
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Travis Jackson New York
New York vs Brooklyn
May 30


Al Simmons Chicago
Chicago vs Washington
June 13


Dolph Camilli Philadelphia
Philadelphia vs Cincinnati
June 20


Johnny Moore Philadelphia                           
Pittsburgh vs Philadelphia
July 26


Babe Herman Chicago
Chicago vs Pittsburgh
August 8


Hank Greenberg Detroit
Detroit vs New York
August 17

 

5+ Hits
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Earle Combs New York
6 hits
New York vs Philadelphia
April 17


Babe Herman Chicago
5 hits
Chicago vs Cincinnati
April 17


Joe Kuhel Washington
5 hits
Washington vs Philadelphia
April 20


Fred Schulte Washington
5 hits
Washington vs Philadelphia
April 20


Mel Ott New York
5 hits
New York vs Philadelphia
April 24


Bill Dickey New York
5 hits
Philadelphia vs New York
April 25


Frenchy Uhalt Chicago
5 hits
Cleveland vs Chicago
April 30


Bill Terry New York
5 hits
Brooklyn vs New York
May 1


Jo-Jo Moore New York
5 hits
New York vs Pittsburgh
May 3


Buddy Myer Washington
5 hits
Cleveland vs Washington
May 5


Ernie Lombardi Cincinnati
5 hits
Boston vs Cincinnati
May 9


Paul Waner Pittsburgh
5 hits
Philadelphia vs Pittsburgh             
May 9


Hank Greenberg Detroit
5 hits
Detroit vs Philadelphia
May 10


Jack Burns St. Louis
5 hits
St. Louis vs Washington
May 12


Mule Haas Chicago
5 hits
Chicago vs Boston
May 14


Bill Dickey New York
5 hits
New York vs Chicago
May 25


Joe Vosmik Cleveland
5 hits
Chicago vs Cleveland
May 31


Dave Harris Washington
5 hits
Washington vs Boston
June 9


Gus Suhr Pittsburgh
5 hits
Brooklyn vs Pittsburgh
June 12


Babe Herman Chicago
5 hits
New York vs Chicago
June 22


Earle Combs New York
5 hits
Chicago vs New York
June 25


Sammy West St. Louis
5 hits
Detroit vs St. Louis
July 1


Indian Bob Johnson Philadelphia
5 hits
Philadelphia vs Boston
July 7


Heinie Manush Washington
5 hits
Washington vs New York
July 7


Joe Vosmik Cleveland
5 hits
Chicago vs Cleveland
July 8


Dick Bartell Philadelphia
5 hits
Cincinnati vs Philadelphia
July 14


Doc Cramer Philadelphia
5 hits
Philadelphia vs Chicago
July 15


Johnny Moore Philadelphia
5 hits
Cincinnati vs Philadelphia
July 17


Jim Bottomley Cincinnati
5 hits
Cincinnati vs Philadelphia
July 18


Hal Trosky Cleveland
5 hits
Boston vs Cleveland
July 20


Bill Terry New York
5 hits
Cincinnati vs New York
July 20


Arky Vaughan Pittsburgh
5 hits
Pittsburgh vs Brooklyn
July 21


Johnny Moore Philadelphia
5 hits
Pittsburgh vs Philadelphia
July 26


Buddy Myer Washington
5 hits
Washington vs Boston
August 4


Babe Herman Chicago
5 hits
Chicago vs Pittsburgh
August 8


Freddy Lindstrom Pittsburgh
5 hits
Cincinnati vs Pittsburgh
August 11


Jack Burns St. Louis
5 hits
St. Louis vs Chicago
August 12


George Selkirk New York
5 hits
Detroit vs New York
August 14


Johnny Broaca New York
5 hits
Detroit vs New York
August 14


Harry Danning New York
5 hits
New York vs Pittsburgh
August 14


Glenn Chapman Brooklyn
5 hits
Brooklyn vs Cincinnati
August 15


Sam Leslie Brooklyn
6 hits
Brooklyn vs Cincinnati
August 15


Sammy West St. Louis
5 hits
St. Louis vs New York
August 19


Bill Terry New York
5 hits
New York vs Brooklyn
September 2


Luke Appling Chicago
5 hits
Washington vs Chicago
September 9


Frankie Crosetti New York
5 hits
New York vs St. Louis
September 9


Cliff Bolton Washington
5 hits
Washington vs Detroit
September 14


Doc Cramer Philadelphia
5 hits
Philadelphia vs Chicago
September 17


Jimmie Foxx Philadelphia
5 hits
Philadelphia vs Chicago
September 17


Ed Holley Pittsburgh
5 hits
Cincinnati vs Pittsburgh
September 21


Steamboat Struss Pittsburgh
5 hits
Cincinnati vs Pittsburgh
September 21


Ripper Collins St. Louis
5 hits
St. Louis vs Cincinnati
September 23

 

4+ XB Hits
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Johnny Moore Philadelphia
4 XB Hits
Philadelphia vs St. Louis
June 16


Hal Trosky Cleveland
4 XB Hits
Cleveland vs Chicago
June 29


Lou Gehrig New York
4 XB Hits
New York vs Philadelphia
July 29


Joe Medwick St. Louis
4 XB Hits
St. Louis vs Cincinnati
August 7


Goose Goslin Detroit
4 XB Hits
Boston vs Detroit
September 10

 

8+ RBI
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Lou Gehrig New York
8 RBI
New York vs Philadelphia
July 29

 

No-Hit Games
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Lon Warneke Chicago
Chicago vs Boston
September 12

 

1-Hit Games
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Firpo Marberry Detroit
Philadelphia vs Detroit
May 24


Bill Dietrich Philadelphia
St. Louis vs Philadelphia
June 23


Joe Bowman New York
New York vs Boston
July 2


Lon Warneke Chicago
Chicago vs New York
July 17


Jimmie DeShong New York
New York vs Boston
August 11


Paul Derringer Cincinnati
New York vs Cincinnati
August 21


Gordon Rhodes Boston
Chicago vs Boston
August 25


Tex Carleton St. Louis
Brooklyn vs St. Louis
August 26


Fred Frankhouse Boston
Cincinnati vs Boston
September 14


Orville Armbrust Washington
Washington vs Philadelphia
September 24


Curt Davis Philadelphia
Boston vs Philadelphia
September 29

 

Combined 1-Hitters
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Detroit
Detroit vs Philadelphia
August 29

 

1935 Game Highlights

April 17 – Yanks win opening day, beating the A’s, 15-17-1/1-4-5.  Earl Combs 6-7.

April 18 – Braves beat Bums, 24-21-3/0-6-0.  Every Braves starter, except LF Randy Moore, had at least 1 hit, including pitcher Fred Frankhouse. 

April 20 – Washington beats A’s, 29-28-2/9-14-3.  Washington scores 16 runs in top of 7th.  Every Nat starter, except pitcher Monte Weaver, had at least 2 hits.  Henie Manush 4-8, 5 RBI, 2 2B, 3B; Joe Kuhel 5-6, 4 RBI; Ossie Bleuge 3-7, 5 RBI.  Washington does not have a homer in the game.

April 21 – Babe Ruth hits his first homer in a replay – a 3 run top of the 5th shot against Boston at Fenway.  Yanks win 16-4.  Ruth goes 3-5 with 4 RBI.

April 26 – Giants beat Phillies, 20-20-2/1-5-2.  Every Giant starter, except for Bill Terry, had at least 1 hit. 

April 28 – Phils score 14 in bottom of 2nd against Bums.  Phils win 24-25-1/0-5-2.  Every Phillies’ starter, including pitcher Curt Davis, had at least 1 hit.  Phil Oana 4-5, 5 RBI, 2B, HR.  Giants’ Carl Hubbell relinquishes his first earned run of the season in the bottom of the 8th against the Braves.  Giants win 11-1.  Hubbell is now 3-0, 0.33.

May 9 – Giants beat Dizzy Dean and the Cards 2-1 as Mel Ott breaks scoreless tie in top of 8th with 2-run homer.  Dean is now 4-2, 1.90.  Pirates hit 4 consecutive homers against Phillies in bottom of 7th.  Homers are hit after 2 outs by Paul Waner, Freddie Lindstom, Cookie Lavagetto and Gus Suhr.  Pirates win 16-23-2/4-7-2. 

Game Script: 

* P. Waner facing R. Grabowski, B 7th, 2 Outs, Bases Empty, Ahead 10-3
The pitch ... Waner gets plenty of wood on this ball ... headed for the gap in right center
it may carry ... go crazy, folks, go crazy! ... it's a home run!
Phillies 3, Pirates 11
* F. Lindstrom facing R. Grabowski, B 7th, 2 Outs, Bases Empty, Ahead 11-3
To the plate ... that's socked to left ... way high ... way deep ... way out of here!
Lindstrom hit that with the joy spot ... back-to-back home runs for the Pirates
Phillies 3, Pirates 12
* C. Lavagetto facing R. Grabowski, B 7th, 2 Outs, Bases Empty, Ahead 12-3
The offering ... and Lavagetto takes Grabowski for a ride ... going back is Ruble ... he'll look
but he won't touch it ... it's long gone! ... Back-to-back homers for the Pirates!
Phillies 3, Pirates 13
* G. Suhr facing R. Grabowski, B 7th, 2 Outs, Bases Empty, Ahead 13-3
The pitch ... and it's pulled hard to right ... it's deep enough if it's fair ... hooking
fair ball! ... home run for Suhr ... back-to-back homers for the Pirates!
Phillies 3, Pirates 14.

Braves beat Reds 2-9-1/0-12-2 in 20 innings.  Winning run is thrown out at plate twice.  Ed Brandt (401, 2.31) goes the route.  Reds’ starter Kolp pitches the first 18 innings.  (box score is at http://www.baseballreplays.com/Boxes.htm
 
May 10 – Yanks hit 3 consecutive homers (Combs, Ruth, Gehrig) with 2 outs against Chicago in bottom of 5th.  NY wins 7-6, scoring the winning run in the bottom of the 9th.  Tigers beat A’s, 15-26-1/2-7-1.  Every Detroit starter, including pitcher Schoolboy Rowe, had at least 1 hit.  Rowe 4-5, Hank Greenberg 5-5, 5 RBI, 2 HR, Goose Goslin 4-5, 3B, Billy Rogell 3-6, 4 RBI. 

May 12 – Pirates beat Phils, 18-27-0/0-6-2.  Every Pirate starter, including pitcher Larry French, had at least 2 hits.  French (2-1, 3.32) went 4-5, 3 runs, RBI.

May 20 – Carl Hubbell (8-1, 1.38) and Dizzy Dean (4-4, 1.92) combine for 9 inning shutout.  Giants win 1-8-1/0-4-0 in bottom of 10th on leadoff homer by Lefty O’Doul.

May 22 – Browns beat A’s, 18-23-1/6-8-1.  Every St. Louis starter, including pitcher Ivy Andrews, had at least 1 hit. 

May 27 – Yanks lose to Browns as Tigers beat Bosox in 14.  Boston scores in top of 14th to go ahead 6-5, but Detroit comes back with 2 in bottom of 14th to win. 

May 31 – Yanks lose to Nats as Tigers move into 1st place tie (24-14) before they drop a game to Browns and fall back ˝ game.

June 13 – Last place Chisox take nightcap from Nationals, 17-25-0/7-17-2.  Every Washington starter, including pitcher Milt Gaston, had at least 1 hit.  Al Simmons (.292, 7, 26) hits for cycle (4-6, 2 RBI).

June 15 – Yanks lose to Browns as Tigers beat Bosox 17-21-0/1-5-2 and move into sole possession of 1st, 1 game up over Yanks.

June 20 – Tigers retain 3 game lead over Yanks as they beat Washington, 17-25-2/4-9-1.  Every Detroit starter, except pitcher Schoolboy Rowe, had at least 2 hits.  Cochrane, Owen and Goslin each had 4 hits.

 

June 23 – A’s beat Browns in 1-hitter in opener, winning 15-15-1/0-1-4.  Only Browns’ hit is single by Jack Burns to lead off the top of the 4th.  Bill Dietrich (4-0, 3.49) gives up 3 walks.

 

June 29 – Phils score 11 runs in top of 7th as they come back to beat Braves, 15-18-1/8-18-1. 

 

June 30 – Tribe beats A’s, 17-17/1/1-7-0.

 

July 1 – Cards beat Reds, 20-25-0/3-6-1.  Dizzy Dean (14-4, 2.54) goes the distance.  Every Card starter, except for Leo Durocher, had at least 1 hit.

 

July 2 – Detroit’s Eldon Auker (10-1, 2.33) wins both games of doubleheader against Cleveland.  He pitches CG in nightcap, winning 4-2, pitches the final 3 in relief in opener to win that game.  Tigers now 6 up over Bombers.

 

July 8 – Giants beat Bums, 15-16-1/7-13-4 as every Giant starter, including pitcher Freddie Fitzsimmons (13-4, 2.97) had at least 1 hit. 

 

July 15 – A’s beat Chisox in opener, 20-24-1/2-9-3.  Every A’s starter, including pitcher Al Benton, had at least 1 hit.  Doc Craner (.345) 5-7.

 

July 17 – Cubs’ Lon Warneke (10-11, 3.08) 1-hits Giants (2 walks) in opener, winning 7-13-0/0-1-0.  Only NY hit is Travis Jackson’s 2 out double in bottom of 2nd.

 

July 18 – Cards beat Bums in 16 innings, 8-21-2/6-12-3.  Dizzy Dean (17-4, 2.19) wins in relief with a save by his brother, Paul (5-8, 4, 3.41).  Reds beat Phillies, 18-17-2/4-9-4.  Every Cincy starter, except for pitcher Benny Frey, had at least 1 hit.  “Sunny” Jim Bottomley (.313) 5-6, 5 runs, 2 2B. 

 

July 28 – Tigers beat Chicago, 19-23-0/5-9-1.  Every Detroit starter, including pitcher Schoolboy Rowe (13-4, 3.32), had at least 1 hit.  Rowe, Jo-Jo White and Goose Goslin each had 4 hits. 

 

July 29 – A’s beat Yanks 17-18-3/14-14-1 and Lou Gehrig (.406, 34, 123) hits 3 homers and a double, driving in 8 runs.  Gehrig also walked.  Every Philly starter, except pitcher Al Benton, had at least 1 hit.  Pinky Higgins (.314) had 6 RBI, 2-4, 2 2B.

 

August 1 – Nats beat A’s 15-15-2/14-18-1.  Washington lead 11-2 in 5th, and 14-6 in 7th until A’s scored 8 in bottom of 7th to tie the game at 14.  Washington scored a run in top of 10th to win.  Every Washington starter, except for pitcher Monte Weaver, had at least 1 hit. 

 

August 4 – Van Lingle Mungo (20-7, 3.17) becomes the first 20 game winner as the Bums beat the Braves 4-1.  

 

August 7 – Dizzy Dean (20-6, 2.17) becomes 1934’s second 20-game winner as he beats the Reds 14-18-2/3-9-3. 

 

August 10 – Yanks’ Lefty Gomez (19-4, 1.70) and Boston’s Rube Walberg (3-4, 6.63) hook up in scoreless game until Yanks score game’s only run in top of 11th  on Crosetti 2B, Saltzgaver groundout and Walberg’s wild pitch.  NY prevails, 1-4-0/0-4-1.  Detroit beats Tribe, 20-23-1/5-11-2 as Schoolboy Rowe wins his 17th (17-4, 3.19).  Rowe (.341, 3, 12) also goes 4-5, with a HR and a 2B.

 

August 11- Yanks’ Jimmie DeShong (9-1, 2.95) 1-hits the Bosox, winning 6-7-1/0-1-2.  Only Boston hit is leadoff single by Carl Reynolds in bottom of 5th.  DeShong only gives up 1 walk, but NY makes 2 errors and DeShong faces 30 batters.   Pirates sweep Reds, winning nightcap, 19-28-1/0-5-3.  Every Pittsburgh player, including pitcher Red Lucas (10-7, 3.34), had at least 1 hit, except for late-inning defensive sub Pep Young.  Freddie Lindstrom (.297) 5-7.

 

August 12 – Yanks score 11 runs in top of 11th to beat Boston 12-15-1/1-6-1 in 1st game of doubleheader. 

 

August 14 – Yanks beat Tigers in opener, 14-24-1/4-8-2, as Lefty Gomez wins his 20th (20-4, 1.75). 

 

August 15 – Bums score 17 runs in top of 2nd against Reds in nightcap of twin-bill, winning 25-35-2/12-17-2.  Every Bum player had at least 1 hit, except for late-inning sub Johnny Bucher.  Sam Leslie (.347) 6-7; Glenn Chapman (.319) 5-7.  Syl Johnson (2-23, 8.85) loses his 23rd game: 

 

* TOP OF THE 2nd, Dodgers 2, Reds 1

* L. Frey facing S. Johnson, T 2nd, No Outs, Bases Empty, Ahead 2-1

And the pitch comes in ... soft liner to right ... toward the gap ... it drops in front of Comorosky

and Frey's aboard with a single ... that extends the streak ... now 26 games in a row on base

* A. Lopez facing S. Johnson, T 2nd, No Outs, Runner on 1st, Ahead 2-1

Frey going with the pitch ... Johnson brings it ... lined back to the mound ... and it's off his leg

Lopez races down the line ... no play ... Frey holds up at second

score that a shin-burner single

* J. Babich facing S. Johnson, T 2nd, No Outs, 1st and 2nd, Ahead 2-1

Quick move to the plate ... Babich squares ... bunted on ... and missed ... strike one

* J. Babich facing S. Johnson, T 2nd, No Outs, 1st and 2nd, Ahead 2-1

He delivers ... Babich squares ... it's a beautiful bunt ... Koenig barehands it

and throws to first ... high throw! ... but he tags him out ... a sacrifice for Babich

* B. Boyle facing S. Johnson, T 2nd, 1 Out, 2nd and 3rd, Ahead 2-1

Infield deep ... Frey with a good lead off third ... he wheels and deals ... looped to left

toward the gap ... and Pool ... cuts it off on the bounce ... Frey scores easily

Lopez rounds third

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

they're waving Lopez in

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

here comes the throw home

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

here's the play at the plate ... and he's ... out easily

Lopez just doesn't have the wheels for that ... and Boyle holds at first

Dodgers 3, Reds 1

* G. Chapman facing S. Johnson, T 2nd, 2 Outs, Runner on 1st, Ahead 3-1

Here he comes ... swung on ... he goes the other way ... base hit right field

Comorosky will play it on the hop ... Boyle's well around second

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

they're waving him on

THROW TO THIRD? (1-yes, 2-no*)

and he gets over to third ... as the throw comes in ... a pair of singles for Brooklyn

* L. Koenecke facing S. Johnson, T 2nd, 2 Outs, 1st and 3rd, Ahead 3-1

Johnson watching Boyle at third ... here's the pitch ... it's blooped toward short

Slade's backing up quickly ... and it drops for a hit ... Hafey fields it ... Boyle scores

Chapman's around second

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

the strong throw comes in to Slade ... and they're holding Chapman at second

Dodgers 4, Reds 1

* T. Cuccinello facing S. Johnson, T 2nd, 2 Outs, 1st and 2nd, Ahead 4-1

The runners take their lead ... Johnson fires it in ... spanked hard to the hole on the right side

it skips past Piet ... and on into right field for a hit ... Comorosky racing over

Chapman is well around third ... Koenecke is around second

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

they're waving Chapman in

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

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

Chapman scores ... they're holding Koenecke at second ... as the throw comes in to second

Dodgers 5, Reds 1

* S. Leslie facing S. Johnson, T 2nd, 2 Outs, 1st and 2nd, Ahead 5-1

The runners take their lead ... now the delivery ... stroked solidly to left field ... base hit

Pool's racing over ... Koenecke's rounding third ... he's headed for home ... flying

the throw ... collision ... SAFE!...Manion dropped the throw

Koenecke plowed into him hard and knocked the ball loose ... Cuccinello's in at third

Leslie ends up at second ... score that an error on Manion

Dodgers 6, Reds 1

* J. Stripp facing S. Johnson, T 2nd, 2 Outs, 2nd and 3rd, Ahead 6-1

The runners take their lead ... now Johnson pitches ... breaking ball ... pulled hard down the line

hooking ... fair ball! ... that's good for extra bases ... Pool's chasing it ... into the corner

it's off the wall ... he's after it ... two runs will score ... Stripp's going for three

and there will be a play at third ... just safe under the tag ... triple for Stripp

Dodgers 8, Reds 1

* L. Frey facing S. Johnson, T 2nd, 2 Outs, Runner on 3rd, Ahead 8-1

Here comes the pitch ... swung on ... grounded hard toward Slade ... it's by him into left

Stripp scores ... Frey holds first with a single

Dodgers 9, Reds 1

* A. Lopez facing S. Johnson, T 2nd, 2 Outs, Runner on 1st, Ahead 9-1

The offering ... a bouncer to the right side ... Bottomley can't reach it ... Piet dives

he knocks it down ... but that's all he can do ... Lopez is on with an infield hit

that's Lopez's 2nd hit of the game ... and that's the Dodgers 13th hit

* J. Babich facing S. Johnson, T 2nd, 2 Outs, 1st and 2nd, Ahead 9-1

The runners take their lead ... Johnson kicks and deals ... swung on

stroked solidly to left field ... and it's in there for a hit

the runners were off with the hit ... Frey well around third ... coming down the line

he'll score ... Lopez is heading for third ... here comes the throw ... not in time!

and Babich holds at first ... single and an RBI

Dodgers 10, Reds 1

And here comes Reds manager Stew NON AIM Rhodes ... he's asking Johnson for the ball

so Rhodes hands the ball to Ted Kleinhans ... the Reds left-hander will face Boyle

so Johnson is yanked early ... he goes only an inning and two thirds ... he yielded ... 10 runs

5 earned ... on 14 hits ... he's responsible for the runners ... he can only lose it

Kleinhans comes from the left side ... ERA at 5.84 ... this is his 17th appearance

he's worked 61 innings

* B. Boyle facing T. Kleinhans, T 2nd, 2 Outs, 1st and 3rd, Ahead 10-1

The pitch comes in ... lined to left center ... base hit ... Hafey is over ... Lopez scores

Hafey takes it on the long bounce ... Babich is well around second

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

the strong throw comes in to Slade ... and they're holding Babich at second

Dodgers 11, Reds 1

* G. Chapman facing T. Kleinhans, T 2nd, 2 Outs, 1st and 2nd, Ahead 11-1

Kleinhans rocks and fires ... an excuse-me swing ... off the end of the bat

it rolls slowly toward third ... Koenig one-hands it ... but he won't get off a throw

everybody's safe ... and the bases are loaded ... Glenn with his 2nd hit in this game

* L. Koenecke facing T. Kleinhans, T 2nd, 2 Outs, Bases Loaded, Ahead 11-1

Kleinhans comes home ... fastball ... high ... free pass to Koenecke ... and Len takes first

and that walks in a run ... and the bases are still loaded

Dodgers 12, Reds 1

* T. Cuccinello facing T. Kleinhans, T 2nd, 2 Outs, Bases Loaded, Ahead 12-1

The runners take their lead ... the pitch is on the way ... lined to left ... base hit

Pool is after it ... he cuts it off deep in the gap ... Boyle scores ... Chapman is around third

Koenecke's rounding second

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

they're waving Chapman in

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

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

Chapman scores ... Koenecke holds second ... as the throw comes in

Dodgers 14, Reds 1

* S. Leslie facing T. Kleinhans, T 2nd, 2 Outs, 1st and 2nd, Ahead 14-1

The runners take their lead ... the pitch comes in ... hooked down the right field line

will it stay fair? ... yes! it's in play ... Comorosky's after it ... Koenecke scores

Cuccinello's around third

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

they're waving Cuccinello in ... Slade will relay

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

and he scores ... Leslie holds second with a double ... as the throw comes back in

Dodgers 16, Reds 1

* J. Stripp facing T. Kleinhans, T 2nd, 2 Outs, Runner on 2nd, Ahead 16-1

Here he comes ... lined to left ... Pool charges ... and takes it on the bounce

Leslie's around third

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

they're waving Leslie in

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

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

Dodgers 17, Reds 1

* L. Frey facing T. Kleinhans, T 2nd, 2 Outs, Runner on 1st, Ahead 17-1

The pitch ... grounded toward Slade ... he bobbles it ... throws quickly to first ... and he's

safe! ... the throw skips by Bottomley ... he's after it ... Stripp moves easily to third

Frey never made the turn toward second ... and has to settle for first

score that E6 on Gordon Slade ... 2 errors now for Cincinnati

* A. Lopez facing T. Kleinhans, T 2nd, 2 Outs, 1st and 3rd, Ahead 17-1

Now Kleinhans pitches ... high fly ball to deep center ... Hafey is racing back ... it's a tweener

it one hops the wall ... Hafey corrals the ball ... Stripp scores ... Frey is around third

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

they're waving him in

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

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

Dodgers 19, Reds 1

* J. Babich facing T. Kleinhans, T 2nd, 2 Outs, Runner on 2nd, Ahead 19-1

The pitch is on the way ... he goes the other way ... down the line to right ... not deep

Comorosky got a good jump ... he stabs for it ... and he's got it!

and that's out number three ... free at last

 

Giants and Pirates split, with Pittsburgh taking nightcap, 17-21-0/0-5-2.  Waite Hoyt (11-2, 2.18) goes the distance for the Bucs.  Every Pittsburgh starter, except for Hoyt, had at least 1 hit.

 

August 17 – Yanks sweep 1st place Tigers.  In nightcap, every Yank including pitcher Jackie DeShong, had at least 1 hit.  Dickey (.352, 12, 90) 3-3, 6 RBI, 2B, 3-run HR.  NY now trails Detroit by 2 ˝.

 

August 18 – Tigers beat Bosox, 21-23-0/1-8-3.  Hank Greenberg (.366,31,130), 3-5, 5 RBI, 4 runs, HR,  2 2B.

 

August 19 – Braves’ Ed Brandt (18-6, 3.04)  and Cards’ Tex Carleton (15-8, 3.07) hook up in scoreless tie in opener, until Braves score 2 in top of 14th on Wally Berger’s 28th homer to win 2-9-0/0-7-2.

 

August 21- Reds’ Paul Derringer (11-14, 4.14) 1-hits the Giants, winning 1-8-1/0-1-0.  Derringer relinquishes 1 walk.  Only NY hit is single in top of 5th with 2 out.

 

August 24 – Braves beat Reds 7-0 as Syl Johnson (2-24, 8.43) loses his 24th.

 

August 25 – Boston’s Gordon Rhodes (11-13, 5.38) 1-hits Chisox, winning 6-7-0/0-1-1.  He gives up no walks, and faces only 28 batters, missing perfect game when Ed Madjeski (.201) doubles with 1 out in top of 6th.

 

August 26 – Cards’ Tex Carleton (16-9, 3.18) 1-hits Bums in opener, winning 3-6-1/0-1-0.  Carleton walks 4.  Only Brooklyn hit is 1 out single by Len Koenecke (.326) in top of 5th.  Giants’ Freddie Fitzsimmons (20-7, 2.70) wins his 20th, beating the Cubs 3-6-1/1-7-0.  A’s beat Tigers, 7-3, as Yanks sweep Chisox in doubleheader to move into 1st place by ˝ game. 

 

August 27 – Yanks beat Chisox 6-3 as Jimmie DeShong wins his 13th (13-1, 3.02).

 

August 28 – Braves come back to beat Pirates 9-5 as Ed Brandt wins his 20th (20-6, 2.95).  In real life, Brandt finished 16-14, 3.53.  Phils beat Reds 7-3 in opener as Si Johnson (2-25, 8.39) loses his 25th. 

 

August 29 – Yanks lose to Chisox as Tigers split with A’s.  Detroit and Yanks now tied for 1st. 

 

September 2 – Yanks beat Nats 8-7 in 10 innings as Tigers drop one to Tribe, losing in bottom of 9th, 5-4.  NY moves back into 1st, ˝ game up.

 

September 5 – Tigers beat A’s 4-3 as Schoolboy Rowe 920-6, 3.16) wins his 20th.  Phills beat last place Reds 10-5 as Si Johnson loses his 26th (2-26, 8.50). 

 

September 7 – Yanks beat last place Chisox 6-3 as Jackie DeShong (15-1, 2.85) wins his 15th.

 

September 9 – Yanks beat Browns in opener, 27-28-1/3-6-2 as Lefty Gomez (26-4, 1.72) wins his 26th.  Every Yank starter, including pitcher Gomez, had at least 1 hit.  Crosetti 5-7, 4 RBI, HR; Gehrig 3-5 2HR, 5 RBI; Lazzeri 4-7, 5 RBI, HR.  Boxscore is on http://www.baseballreplays.com/    Bums sweep Reds, taking nightcap 9-8.  Bums led 6-2 but Reds came back and then went ahead 8-7 in top of 9th.  Cincy reliever Si Johnson then blew the lead and Brooklyn won 9-8, as they scored 2 in bottom of 9th.  Johnson is now 2-27, 8.58.

 

September 12 – Cubs’ Lon Warneke (18-15, 2.44) no-hits Braves, winning 2-7-1/0-0-0.  He faces the minimum of 27 batters, relinquishing 1 walk, and getting 2 DPs.  The walk comes to leadoff the bottom of the 9th.  The next batter, pinch-hitter Red Worthington, hits into a DP.

 

September 13 – Tigers beat Nats as Yanks lose to Tribe.   Schoolboy Rowe (22-62.97) pitches 3-hit shutout.  Detroit moves into 1st, ˝ game up over Bombers.  Tribe wins 4-3 in 10, as Hal Trosky hits his 2nd homer of the game to win it.  Lefty Gomez (26-5, 1.79) goes the distance in the loss.  Bums and Cubs match up in scoreless tie for 11 innings.  Guy Bush (12-9, 3.00) and Van Mungo (23-12, 3.31) go the route.  Cubs score first in top of 12th on Phil Cavaretta’s first MLB HR, but Brooklyn comes back with 2 in bottom of 12th to win.

 

September 14 – Reds’ Si Johnson (2-28, 8.33) loses his 28th as the Braves’ Fred Frankhouse (14-10, 2.75) 1-hits them, winning 10-16-2/0-1-4.  Only Cincy hit is Sparky Adams’ 2-out 3rd inning single.  Frankhouse walks 2.

 

September 17 – Tigers beat Yanks 3-2 and move 2 ˝ games up.  Lefty Gomez (26-6,1.80) goes the distance in the loss.  A’s beat Chisox, 20-24-3/4-10-5.  Every Philly starter, except catcher Frankie Hayes, had at least 1 hit.  Doc Cramer (.314) and Jimmie Foxx (.340)  5-7. 

 

September 18 – A’s beat Chisox, 19-21-4/8-16-1.  Every A’s starter, including pitcher Bill Dietrich, had at least 1 hit.  Dub Williams and Pinky Higgins each had 5 RBI.   

 

September 19 – Tigers beat Yanks 5-4 and increase their lead back to 2 ˝ games.  NY leaves tying run on 3rd base with bases loaded in bottom of 9th.  Giants beat Phils 6-2 and clinch NL flag. 

 

September 20 – Johnny Broaca (13-8,4.56) shuts out Detroit 3-7-1/0-4-1 as NY moves back to 1 ˝ game out.  Detroit magic number is still 8.  Cubs beat Phills, 20-21-1/1-3-2.  Every Chicago starter, including pitcher Lon Warneke (19-16-, 2.57), had at least 1 hit.  Billy Jurges (,287), Kiki Cuyler (.327) and Terry Stainback (.303) each had 4 hits.

 

Septermber 21 – Pirates sweep Reds, as Si Johnson (2-29, 8.51) loses nightcap.

 

September 22- Tribe sweeps Chisox, taking nightcap, 18-19-0/4-8-2.  Every Cleveland starter, except 3B Willie Kamm, had at least 1 hit, including pitcher Orel Hildenbrand.  Giants sweep braves.  Carl Hubbell (29-7, 2.08) wins his 29th in nightcap, 2-8-0/1-5-1.

 

September 25 – Giants beat Phils, 6-0, as Freddie Fitzsimmons wins 23rd (23-9, 2.66).  Fitzsimmons also homers, his 5th of the season (.212,5,13). 

 

September 27 – Tigers beat Chisox 6-5 in 10 innings and clinch AL flag.  Schoolboy Rowe (24-7, 2.96) goes the distance.  Hank Greenberg (.337, 37,153) drives home the clincher in the bottom of the 10th. 

 

September 29 – Cleveland beats Chisox in 10, scoring the winner in the bottom of the 10th.  Mel Harder (20-8,2.48) wins his 20th and Les Tietje (4-20,6.69)  loses his 20th. Phillies’ Curt Davis (16-21, 4.00) 1-hits the Braves, winning 15-19-2/0-1-1.  He relinquishes 1 walk.  Only Boston hit is 2out 2B by Marty McManus (.259). 

 

September 30 – In season finale, Cards beat Reds 9-3 as Syl Johnson loses his 30th (2-30, 8.35).  Dizzy Dean (29-10, 2.22) wins his 29th and Rip Collins winds up at .399.  Collins misses NL Triple Crown by 2 homers, as he winds up at .399, 43, and 157 (Mel Ott hits 45 HR).  In AL, Gehrig (.390, 49, 175) misses Triple Crown because Charlie Gehringer hits .408. Tribe sweeps Chisox, winning nightcap,16-17-3/2-7-1 as every Tribe starter, except pitcher Ralph Winegarner, had at least 1 hit. Earl Averill (.337) 4-6, 5RBI,2 2B, HR.  Cubs’ Larry French (20-11, 3.56; actuals: 12-18, 3.58) wins his 20th, beating Bucs in opener, 2-8-1/1-6-1.  Cubs’ Bill Lee (20-9, 3.71 actuals: 13-14, 3.71) wins his 20th in nightcap, beating Bucs 3-7-2/0-2-1.