1935 FINAL Replay Standings as of September 30, 1935

Batting Leaders | Pitching Leaders
Team Batting | Team Pitching

AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L GB Pct W L GB Pct
New York Yankees 103 46 - .691 St. Louis Cardinals 103 51 - .669
Detroit Tigers 99 52 5.0 .656 Chicago Cubs 101 53 2.0 .656
Cleveland Indians 85 69 20.5 .552 Pittsburgh Pirates 96 57 6.5 .627
Chicago White Sox 79 73 25.5 .520 New York Giants 94 59 8.5 .614
Boston Red Sox 73 80 32.0 .477 Brooklyn Dodgers 69 85 34.0 .448
Washington Nationals 72 82 33.5 .468 Cincinnati Reds 60 93 42.5 .392
Philadelphia A's 60 89 43.0 .403 Philadelphia Phillies 49 105 54.0 .318
St. Louis Browns 37 117 68.5 .240 Boston Braves 42 111 60.5 .275

 
                                           

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3+ Homers
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Joe Medwick St. Louis
3 homers
St. Louis vs Boston
June 14


Tony Cuccinello Brooklyn
4 homers
Brooklyn vs New York
August 6

 

The Cycle
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Hank Greenberg Detroit
Detroit vs Philadelphia
May 20


Bud Hafey Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh vs Cincinnati
September 29

 

5+ Hits
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Buzz Boyle Brooklyn                                                  
5 hits
Brooklyn vs Boston
April 19


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


Dolph Camilli Philadelphia
5 hits
Philadelphia vs Brooklyn
April 25


Goose Goslin Detroit
5 hits
Detroit vs St. Louis
April 29


Ripper Collins St. Louis
5 hits
St. Louis vs Boston
May 4


Roy Johnson Boston
5 hits
Boston vs Chicago
May 11


Billy Herman Chicago
6 hits
Chicago vs Boston
May 12


Kiki Cuyler Chicago
5 hits
Chicago vs Boston
May 12


Augie Galan Chicago                                 
5 hits
Philadelphia vs Chicago
May 17


Gus Suhr Pittsburgh
5 hits
Brooklyn vs Pittsburgh
May 18


Ray Hayworth Detroit
5 hits
Detroit vs Washington
May 19


Hank Greenberg Detroit
6 hits
Detroit vs Philadelphia
May 20


Billy Rogell Detroit
5 hits
Detroit vs Philadelphia
May 20


Charlie Gehringer Detroit
6 hits
Detroit vs Philadelphia
May 20


Marv Owen Detroit
5 hits
Detroit vs Boston
May 23                                                                                        


Earle Combs New York
5 hits
St. Louis vs New York
May 25


Sammy West St. Louis
5 hits
St. Louis vs New York
May 25


Ripper Collins St. Louis
5 hits
Cincinnati vs St. Louis
May 29


Moose Solters St. Louis
5 hits
Chicago vs St. Louis
June 4


Pete Fox Detroit
5 hits
Boston vs Detroit
June 14


Joe Medwick St. Louis
5 hits
St. Louis vs Boston
June 14


Moose Solters St. Louis
5 hits
Philadelphia vs St. Louis
June 23


Ripper Collins St. Louis
5 hits
St. Louis vs Brooklyn
June 23


Jack Rothrock St. Louis
6 hits
St. Louis vs Brooklyn
June 23


Billy Myers Cincinnati
6 hits
Cincinnati vs Philadelphia
June 23


Billy Herman Chicago
5 hits
Chicago vs New York
June 25


Johnny Moore Philadelphia
5 hits
Philadelphia vs Boston
June 28


Charlie Gehringer Detroit
5 hits
Detroit vs Cleveland
July 4


Jimmie Foxx Philadelphia
6 hits
Philadelphia vs Boston
July 7


Joe Medwick St. Louis
5 hits
Cincinnati vs St. Louis
July 7


Indian Bob Johnson Philadelphia
5 hits
St. Louis vs Philadelphia
July 12


Billy Rogell Detroit
5 hits
Detroit vs Philadelphia
July 14


Moe Berg Boston
5 hits
Cleveland vs Boston
July 17


Lyn Lary St. Louis
5 hits
St. Louis vs Washington
July 17


Ethan Allen Philadelphia
5 hits
Philadelphia vs Cincinnati
July 19


Ernie Orsatti St. Louis
5 hits
Brooklyn vs St. Louis
July 19


Moose Solters St. Louis
5 hits
St. Louis vs Boston
July 24


Mickey Cochrane Detroit
5 hits
St. Louis vs Detroit
July 31


Buddy Myer Washington
5 hits
Philadelphia vs Washington
August 6


Al Simmons Chicago
5 hits
Chicago vs Cleveland
August 7


Buddy Myer Washington
5 hits
Washington vs Boston
August 10


Ski Melillo Boston
5 hits
Washington vs Boston
August 10


Bill Terry New York
5 hits
St. Louis vs New York
August 14


George Selkirk New York
5 hits
New York vs Cleveland
August 16


Hank Greenberg Detroit
5 hits
New York vs Detroit
August 17


Johnny Moore Philadelphia
5 hits
Pittsburgh vs Philadelphia
August 17


Pete Fox Detroit
5 hits
Boston vs Detroit
August 21


Tom Carey St. Louis
5 hits
New York vs St. Louis
August 23


Jake Powell Washington
5 hits
Washington vs St. Louis
August 28


Bill Dickey New York
5 hits
New York vs Philadelphia
August 31


Kit Carson Cleveland
5 hits
Cleveland vs New York
September 11


Billy Urbanski Boston
5 hits
Boston vs Chicago
September 11


Tom Padden Pittsburgh
5 hits
Philadelphia vs Pittsburgh
September 12


Dusty Cooke Boston
5 hits
St. Louis vs Boston
September 14


Buck Jordan Boston
5 hits
Boston vs Philadelphia
September 21


Lou Chiozza Philadelphia
5 hits
Boston vs Philadelphia
September 21


Tommy Thompson Boston
5 hits
Boston vs Brooklyn
September 24


Rick Ferrell Boston
5 hits
Philadelphia vs Boston
September 25


Dib Williams Boston
5 hits
Philadelphia vs Boston
September 25


Kiddo Davis New York
5 hits
New York vs Boston
September 27


Frank Skaff Brooklyn
6 hits
Philadelphia vs Brooklyn
September 29

 

4+ XB Hits
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Marv Owen Detroit
4 XB Hits
Detroit vs Boston
May 23


Ripper Collins St. Louis
4 XB Hits
Cincinnati vs St. Louis
May 29


Joe Medwick St. Louis
4 XB Hits
St. Louis vs Pittsburgh
July 27


Tony Cuccinello Brooklyn
4 XB Hits
Brooklyn vs New York
August 6


Bill Dickey New York
4 XB Hits
New York vs Philadelphia
August 31


Lou Gehrig New York
4 XB Hits
New York vs Philadelphia
August 31

 

8+ RBI
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Mike Higgins Philadelphia
8 RBI
St. Louis vs Philadelphia
July 12


Charlie Gehringer Detroit
9 RBI
Detroit vs Philadelphia
July 14


Tony Cuccinello Brooklyn
8 RBI
Brooklyn vs New York
August 6


Pete Fox Detroit
9 RBI
Boston vs Detroit
August 21

 

No-Hit Games
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Charlie Root Chicago
Chicago vs Philadelphia
August 21


Dutch Leonard Brooklyn
Brooklyn vs Philadelphia
September 23

 

1-Hit Games
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Tommy Bridges Detroit
Detroit vs St. Louis
April 29


Whitey Wilshere Philadelphia
Washington vs Philadelphia
June 1


LeRoy Herrmann Cincinnati
Cincinnati vs Boston
June 16


George Earnshaw Brooklyn
Brooklyn vs Cincinnati
July 13


Dizzy Dean St. Louis
Boston vs St. Louis
July 15


Roy Henshaw Chicago
Philadelphia vs Chicago
July 18


Hal Schumacher New York
Boston vs New York
August 4


Willis Hudlin Cleveland
Philadelphia vs Cleveland
August 24

 

 

April 16 (opening day) Giants Carl Hubbell beats the Braves13-3 as Babe Ruth makes his replays debut (for Boston).  Ruth is 0-4 with a walk.

 

April 17 Washington beats As, 16-22-0/0-6-0.  Every Nat starter, including pitcher Earl Whitehill, had at least 1 hit.  Jake Powell and Buddy Myer each had 4 hits. 

 

April 21 Bums beat Braves, 6-4, but Babe Ruth hits his first homer (solo), going 2-4. 

 

April 23- Yanks lose their first game, 5-4 to Bosox, and Tigers beat Chicago.  Detroit and Yanks are now tied for 1st at 6-1.  Babe Ruth (.240, 2, 4) homers, going 3-4 against Giants as Boston loses, 11-7.    Nats beat As, 18-21-1/5-12-2 as they score 10 in top of 2nd. 

 

April 25 Yanks beat Bosox, 24-21-0/4-8-4.  Every Yank starter, including pitcher Johnny Broaca but excluding Frankie Crosetti, had at least 1 hit.  Bill Dickey (.481) 5-5, 7 RBI, HR, 8 TB, 3 runs.   George Selkirk 4-7, 4 runs, HR; Red Rolfe  4-6, 5 RBI, 4 runs, 2B, HR.  Giants beat Braves, 15-17-0/1-5-3, as every Giant starter, including pitcher Roy Parmalee, had at least 1 hit. 

 

April 27 Yanks beat As, 19-22-1/5-10-4.  Jesse Hill and Red Rolfe each go 4-7.  Every Yank batter, including pitcher Red Ruffing, except for Earl Combs, had at least 1 hit.

 

April 29 Tigers (Tommy Bridges) 1-hits Browns, winning 13-19-0/0-1-1.  Only St. Louis hit is bottom of 6th leadoff single by Ollie Bejma.  Bejma is out trying to stretch it to a double.  Bridges only gives up 1 walk (also to Bejma).

 

May 11 As beat Browns 15-23-0/2-5-3 as every As starter, including pitcher Johnny Marcum (3-5, 3 runs, 2B, RBI), had at least 1 hit. 

 

May 12 Cubs beat Braves, 20-29-0/1-9-5.   Every Cub starter, including pitcher Lon Warneke,  Billy Herman (.417) 6-7, 4 RBI, 2B; Chuck Klein 5 RBI; Augie Galan (.244) 4-5, 4 runs, 3 RBI.

 

May 13 Bosox beat Browns, 20-21-1/4-10-3.  Red Sox score 12 runs in top of 6th.  Every Boston starter, including pitcher Wes Ferrell, had at least 1 hit.  Carl Reynolds 5 RBI, HR, Roy Johnson 4 RBI.

 

May 17 Cubs beat Phils, 19-23-2/3-9-0.  Augie Galan (.271) 5-6, 5 runs, 3 2B.

 

May 18 Cubs beat Phils 2-1 for their 15th straight win.  They are now 19-4, .826, and they lead NL by 4   games over St. Louis.

 

May 20 Yanks beat Chisox, 15-13-0/0-5-2.   Cubs beat Braves 7-0 for their 17th straight win.  Cubs now 21-4.   Detroit beats As, 41-38-0/3-8-1.    This is the most runs and hits Ive ever had in a game.  Detroit scored 17 in top of 9th.  Hank Greenberg (.481)  6-8, 7 RBI, 5 runs, 2B, 3B, HR, cycle.  Charley Gehringer (.339) 6-7, 7 runs, 7 RBI, 3B, 2 HR, 14 TB.  Mickey Cochrane (.313) 3-6, 4 runs, 6 RBI.  Substitute Flea Clifton (.571) 3-3, 6 RBI, 2 2B.  This game set record for most runs in a game, most hits in a game  and most runs in an inning. 

 

May 21 Cubs win 18th in a row, beating Braves 8-4.

 

May 22-  In their next game after their 41-3 win, Detroit again beats the As, this time 15-21-3/1-5-2.  Every Detroit starter, including pitcher Eldon Auker, had at least 1 hit.  Mickey Cochrane (.337) went 4-6, 5 RBI, 3 runs, 2 HR.  Hank Greenberg is now batting .496.

 

May 23 Cubs come back from 7-3 deficit to beat Giants 9-7 and win their 19th straight.

Detroit again scores a lot of runs, beating Boston 16-21-2/8-11-3.  Detroit has scored 88 runs in their last 4 games.

 

May 24 Giants Hal Schumacher (6-2, 1.54) beats Cubs to snap Cubs 19 game winning streak.  Giants win 7-13-0/1-5-4.

 

May 25 Yanks beat Browns in opener, 24-22-1/1-3-1.  Earl Combs (.286) 5-7, Tony Lazzeri (.316) 3-6, HR, 7 RBI, George Selkirk (.312) 4-6, 6 RBI, HR, 2 2B.  Yanks win nightcap 16-9.  Every Yank starter, including pitcher Johnny Broaca, had at least 1 hit.   Babe Ruth homers, going 1-4, in the game in which (actual) he hit 3 HR. 

 

May 26 Bosox beat Browns, 17-24-0/4-15-1.  Every Boston starter, including pitcher Wes Ferrell, had at least 1 hit.  Joe Cronin (.375) 4-5, 4 RBI and Mel Almada (.319) 4-6.

 

May 30 Bosox sweep As, scoring 13 runs in the bottom of the 3rd in the opener.  Boston wins game 19-18-0/1-7-4. 

 

June 5 As beat Yanks 15-21-0/1-6-2.  Every As player, including pitcher Johnny Marcum, had at least 1 hit.  Jimmy Foxx (.352,9,34) 7 RBI,2 HR including a GS. 

 

June 8 Bums beat Phils, 18-25-0/4-9-2.  Van Lingle Mungo (9-4, 3.65, .286) has 4 hits.  Len Koenecke (.357) also had 4 hits. 

 

June 12 Yanks sweep As, taking opener, 14-19-2/1-3-1.  Ben Chapman (.322) 4-6, HR, 2 RBI.  NY wins nightcap, 16-20-0/0-4-0.  Pitcher Johnny Allen (5-1, 3.48, .333) hits 3 run homer and has 5 RBI.  NY has won 6 straight.  Bosox beat Tigers 4-3 for the 3rd straight time and Yanks take over 1st by 1 game.    Tribe beats As, 16-18-2/1-5-1.  Every Tribe starter, including pitcher Mel Harder, had at least 1 hit. 

 

June 16 Bums beat Cubs 8-6 to snap their 12 game winning streak.  Van Lingle Mungo (10-5, 3.920 goes the distance for Brooklyn.

 

June 17 Giants beat Cards 8-1 as Hal Schumacher wins his 10th (10-2, 1.18).  Bill Terry (.383) doubles, extending his hitting streak to 25 games, longest for anyone this season. 

 

June 19 Yanks take doubleheader from Tigers and are now up by 4.  NY now has won 11 straight.

 

June 21 Yanks beat 2nd place Tigers 9-6.  Key hit is grand slam by Red Ruffing (8-3, 3.73, .440).

 

June 23 Cards beat Bums, 17-23-1/3-8-3.  Jack Rothrock (.292) 6-6, 4 RBI; Rip Collins (.365) 5-5, 6 RBI, HR, 2 2B.  Every Card starter, including Dizzy Dean (14-4, 2.25), had at least 1 hit.  Phils beat Reds in opener, 18-22-3/4-11-3  Every Phil batter, including pitcher Joe Bowman, had at least 1 hit.  Lou Chiozza 3-5, 5 RBI, HR.  Reds win nightcap, 18-25-1/5-9-2.  Every Red batter, including pitcher Bennie Frey, had at least 1 hit.  Billy Myers (.254) 6-7, 3 runs, 3 RBI.

 

June 25 Cubs and Giants split with Cubs taking nightcap, 18-18-2/13-13-2.  Every Cub starter, including pitcher Tex Carleton, had at least 1 hit.  Billy Herman (.360) 5-6, 4 RBI, 2B.

 

June 26 Bucs and Braves are scoreless through the first 15 innings in opener.  Pittsburgh scores in top of 16th and win 1-8-4/0-6-2.  Both pitchers go the distance Guy Bush (3-5) and Ben Cantwell (5-10).  Winning run is unearned, as Woody Jensen doubles and scores on Paul Waner single and error (by Wally Berger). 

 

June 28 Tigers beat Browns, 16-21-1/3-11-2 in opener.  Every Detroit starter, including pitcher Eldon Auker (9-0, 2.39), had at least 1 hit.  Pete Fox (.320), Gee Walker (.270) and Mickey Owen (.379) each had 4 hits.  Tigers win nightcap and move back into virtual tie w/Yanks.

 

June 29 Yanks beat Nats 9-4 as every Yank starter, including pitcher Lefty Gomez, has at least 1 hit.  Tigers (Tommy Bridges, 7-4, 3.00) and Browns (1-3, 4.03) are scoreless through 10 innings until Detroit scores in top of 11th.  Tigers win 1-7-1/0-9-3.  Both pitchers go the distance. 

 

June 30 Yanks beat Nats, but Tribe sweeps Browns and move 1 up on NY.  Detroit has now won 11 straight. 

 

July 1    Tigers beat Tribe, 14-21-0/2-8-2.  This is Detroits 11th straight, and it moves them 1 ahead of the Yanks.  Every Detroit starter, including pitcher Eldon Auker (10-0, 2.35), had at least 1 hit.  Chisox beat Browns 9-3 as Sugar Cain (0-13, 17.36) loses his 13th straight.

 

July 3 Tribe beats Tigers, 9-3, ending Detroits 13 game winning streak.  NY moves back into 1st by percentage points, but are still game back.

 

July 4 Giants come back from 3-3 tie, scoring 11 runs in top of 9th to beat Braves 14-20-1/4-9-4 in opener.

 

July 5 Tigers beat Browns, 16-17-0/1-4-0.  Pete Fox (.308), 3-6, 6 RBI, 2B,HR. 

 

July 7 Tigers beat Browns, 15-18-0/0-6-0.  Eldon Auker (11-0, 2.35) wins his 11th straight.  Every Tiger starter, including pitcher Auker, had at least 1 hit.

Red Sox beat As 9-8 in 11 in opener, but lose nightcap 15-19-1/1-8-0 as every As starting player, including pitcher George Blaeholder (3-8, 4.95), had at least 1 hit.  Jimmie Foxx (.392, 21.64) 6-6, 5 RBI, 2 HR, 3 runs, 12 TB.   Chisox sweep Tribe, winning opener 20-21-1/3-10-0.  Every Chisox starter, including pitcher Ted Lyons, had at least 1 hit.  George Washington (.313) and Luke Appling (.366) each had 5 RBI, and Appling and Luke Sewell (.332) each had 4 hits.

 

July 12- As beat Browns, 16-20-0/1-6-1.  Mike Higgins (.330, 11, 67) 8 RBI, 3-5, 2B, HR.  Indian Bob Johnson (.322), 5-6, RBI.  Doc Cramer (.392), 4-5.

 

July 13 Bums George Earnshaw (3-8, 5.20) 1-hits the Reds, winning 2-8-1/0-1-3.  The only Red hit is a 9th inning no out single by pinch-hitter Gilly Campbell (.290).  Earnshaw issues 3 walks.

 

July 14 Chisox sweep Yanks as Tigers slaughter As, 24-25-1/3-11-0-2.  Every Tiger starter, including pitcher Schoolboy Rowe (16-5, 3.26, .250), had at least 1 hit.  Charley Gehringer (.342) 3-5,4 runs, 9 RBI, 2B, 2 HR, 10 TB, 2 W.    Cards sweep Phils as Cubs lose to Boston.  St. Louiss 7th straight win moves them 1 game up in 1st. 

 

July 20 Bucs sweep Braves, winning nightcap 21-18-3/5-10-3.  Every Pirate starter, including pitcher Jim Weaver, had at leasat 1 hit.  Paul Waner (.279) 2 HR, 5 RBI. 

 

July 24 Yanks beat Tigers and sweep 3 game series as they move 2 back of Detroit.  Giants Carl Hubbell (15-4, 2.23) beat 1st place Cards, 16-16-1/1-6-1.  Travis Jackson (.343) 3-4, 2 HR, 5 RBI.  Losing pitcher is Dizzy Dean (19-8) who gives up 9 ER in 4 2/3 innings.  Cards are now 8 percentage points (0 games) ahead of Cubs.  Tribe splits with Nats, dropping opener 1-3-0/0-4-0 behind Earl Whitehill (7-10, 4.14) and taking nightcap 20-19-1/11-15-7.  Every Tribe starter, except for catcher Eddie Phillips, had at least 1 hit.  (Phillips was removed for a sub during the game.)   Bums beat Cubs as Giants sweep Cards.   Pirates beat Phils for their 8th straight and they jump ahead into 1st, and now lead NL by 1 game.  Phils beat Braves, 17-22-0/0-5-3.  Every Phil player, including pitcher Curt Davis (7-7-, 2.44), had at least 1 hit.  Every player had at least 2 hits, except for 2B Chile Gomez and pitcher Davis.  Browns beat Chisox for their 3rd in a row (theyre now 17-69, .198).  As sweep Bosox.

 

July 28 Bums beat Giants in opener in 17 innings, 6-17-4/5-13-3.  Frenchy Bordegaray singles in winning run in bottom of 17th, with bases loaded.  Pirates and Cards split (Dizzy Dean wins his 18th in the opener) as Cubs beat Reds.  Cubs move back into 1st, game up over Pirates.

 

July 29 Chisox sweep Browns, taking nightcap 21-19-0/2-13/3, scoring 11 in top of 3rd. 

Every Chicago starter, including pitcher Lee Tietje (9-2, 3.17, .179), had at least 1 hit.  Tietje 4-5, 2 runs, 7 RBI.  Cards score 3 in top of 10th to beat Pirates 8-5.  Dizzy Dean (2010, 2.69) wins his 20th (in relief), the first hurler in 1935 to win 20. Cubs now lead NL by 1 over Pirates, and 2 1/2 over Cards.

 

July 30 Washington beats Bosox 16-11-0/1-10-2 in rain-shortened 5 inning game.  Nats score 10 runs in bottom of 3rd. 

 

July 31 Bosox beat Nats, 20-19-1/3-10-2.  Every Boston starter, including pitcher Wes Ferrell (.376, 17-9, 3.14), had at least 1 hit.  Roy Johnson (.391) 3-6, HR, 5 RBI.

 

August 2 Chisox beat Browns, 22-22-0/4-10-2 as Sugar Cain (0-16, 15.89) loses his 16th straight.  Every Chicago starter, including pitcher Sad Sam Jones, had at least 1 hit.  Jones (.154) went 2-4, with 5 RBI.

 

August 4- Giants Hal Schumacher (18-5, 2.03) 1-hits Braves in opener, winning, 8-16-1/0-1-1.  Only Boston hit is 3rd inning 1 out double by Ray Mueller.  Schumacher relinquishes only 1 walk.

 

August 6 Cubs lose to Reds, as they drop their 3rd in a row.  Cards and Cubs are now tied in percentage (Cards still 1 game back).  As beat Nats, 19-19-2/16-19-1 as they score 11 in top of 5th.  Washington scored 9 in bottom of 2nd.  Every Philly starter, except for pitcher Dietrich, had at least 1 hit.  Every Washington starter, including pitcher Hadley, also had at least 1 hit (this is the first time both teams have done this, as far I can recall).

 

August 10 Browns beat Tribe, 7-6, as Fay Thomas (1-13, 9.43), in relief, wins his 1st game.

 

August 11 Yanks beat As in opener, 17-18-2/9-15-1.

 

August 14 Cubs and Bums split and so do Giants and Cards as Pirates sweep Phillies.  Cards now lead NL by 6 percentage points (but they trail by game).  Pirates second and Cubs 3rd (1 out).

  

August 16 Yanks beat Tribe as Detroit loses to Nats.  NY and Tigers now tied for 1st. with NY 3 percentage points up.

 

August 17 Bucs split w/Phils as Cubs and Cards win.  Cubs now tied w/Pirates at 76-39, with St. Louis 1 1/2 back and Giants 2 back.  Tigers beat Yanks to move 1 up. Tribe splits w/Nats, winning opener, but losing nightcap.  In nightcap, Nats Bobo Newsom (9-10, 5.57) no-hits Cleveland for 7 2/3 until Eddie Phillips doubles.  Washington wins 7-1.

 

August 18 Red Ruffing (17-4, 2.95) shuts out the Tigers as NY moves back into virtual 1st place tie.  (NY up by 3 pecentage points.)

 

August 19 Yanks beat Tigers for 2nd time and are now in sole possession of 1st place, 1 game up.

 

August 20 Yanks beat Detroit for 3rd straight and now lead AL by 2.  Bosox beat Browns 11-1 in opener as Sugar Cain (0-19, 16.05) loses his 19th straight.

 

August 21 Giants beat Reds, Pittsburgh beats Bums and Cards beat Braves 16-1 (Dean wins his 23rd).  Cubs sweep Phills and move 1 1/2 up over Giants.  Bill Lee (21-3, 2.15) wins his 21st in nightcap.  Detroit beats Bosox in opener, 17-17-2/9-14-2.  Pete Fox (.319), 5-5, 2B, HR, 9 RBI. 

 

August 23 Yanks lose 13-6 to Browns as Tigers beat Bosox 15-4. Tigers now in virtual tie w/Yanks (4 points behind).

 

August 24 Yanks beat Browns 7-1 as Browns Sugar Cain loses his 20th straight.  Cain is now 0-20, 15.77.

 

August 25 Cards split w/Bums as Pirates and Braves also split.  Cubs beat Giants and now lead NL by 1 over Pittsburgh and St. Louis.  NY is 4th, 3 out.  Dizzy Dean wins his 24th in opener against Brooklyn.

 

August 28 Nats sweep Browns.  In nightcap Sugar Cain loses his 21st, this time in relief.  Cain is now 0-21, 16.18.

 

August 30 Tigers beat Browns 11-3 as Sugar Cain (0-22, 15.64) loses his 22nd straight.

 

August 31- Yanks sweep As, coming back in nightcap from 8-1 3rd inning deficit to win 22-25-2/9-13-3.  Every Yank starter, including pitcher Jumbo Brown, had at least 1 hit.  Bill Dickey (.323) 5-7, 7 RBI, 4 2B.  Lou Gehrig (.338) 4-5, 5 runs, 4 RBI, 3 2B, HR, 10 TB.

September 2 Chisox beat Tigers 4-2 in 16 inning opener as both starters , John Whitehead (14-6, 3.06) and Schoolboy Rowe (23-8, 2.85) go the route.

September 6 Nats score 14 runs in bottom of 3rd in opener to beat Browns and Sugar Cain.  Nats win 27-27-0/0-11-1.  Every Washington starter, including pitcher Jack Russell, had at least 1 hit.  Don Miles (.301) 4-6, 6 RBI.  Cecil Travis (.336) 4-6.   Cain is now 0-23, 16.04.

September 7 Tigers beat As 11-0 and 20-21-1/1-11-3.  In nightcap, every Detroit batter, including pitcher Eldon Auker, had at least 1 hit.  Pete Fox(.336) 4-7, 5 RBI, 4 runs, 2B, HR.  Mickey Owen (.329) 3-6, 5 RBI.  Yanks split w/Chicago and are now only 3 points ahead of Detroit. 

September 8 Yanks split w/Tribe as tigers sweep Nats and move up over NY.

September 9 Yanks beat Tribe as Nats beat Detroit.  NY moves back into 1st, game up.

September 12 Tigers beat Yanks 8-5 and now lead AL by game.

September 13 Yanks beat Tigers 13-4 and move back up.

September 14 Yanks and Detroit split twin-bill and NY remains up.

September 15 Yanks beat Tigers in finale of 5 game series and now lead AL by 1 over Detroit.  Giants (Carl Hubell 22-7) beat Cards but Bums beat Cubs so Cards remain 3 games up (magic number 11).

September 17 Yanks sweep Browns as Bosox beat Detroit.  NYs magic number drops to 11 as they win their 6th in a row.  NY won nighcap 17-21-4/11-11-0 as every Yank batter, except pitcher Broaca, had at least 1 hit.  Rolfe and Gehrig had 4 hits in that game.

September 19 Tigers beat Bosox, 16-16-1/4-13-1 as every Tiger starter, including pitcher General Crowder, had at least 1 hit.  Hank Greenberg (.398) 4-6, 3B, 2  2B, 4 runs.  Detroit is now 2 behind NY.     Browns take nightcap for a sweep, and NYs magic number drops to 8.  Cards beat Bums10-2, dropping their magic number to 5 as Dizzy Dean wins his 29th (29-12, 2.66).  Ducky Medwick hits 3 run homer and is now batting .435.

September 23 Bums Dutch Leonard (4-9, 4.02) no-hits the Phillies in opener, winning 16-18-0/0-0-3.  Leonard gives up only 1 walk, and faces just 28 batters.  Walk comes in bottom of 7th, with 2 outs, to Johnny Moore (.323). Every Bum batter, including pitcher Leonard, had at least 1 hit.  Phils come back to win nightcap 14-0. Every Phils batter, except pitcher Jim Bivin, had at least 1 hit.

September 24 Washington beats Yanks to snap NYs 10 game winning streak, but Tribe beats Tigers so NYs magic number drops to 4.  Cards drop their 3rd straight, this time to Pirates, and their magic number remains at 3.  Bosox sweep As, winning nightcap, 18-17-3/12-15-3. 

September 25 Cubs (Lon Warneke, 17-10-, 2.89) beats Cards 2-6-0/0-3-1 to move to 2 games behind.

September 26 Red Sox beat As, 22-23-0/3-6-5 as Was Farrell (20-18, 3.32) wins his 20th.  Boston hitting highlighted by Dib Williams (.241) 5-6, 4 runs; Mel Almada (.284) 4-7, 5 RBI; Rick Farrell (.340) 5-5.

September 27 Dizzy Dean (30-13, 2.54) wins his 30th as Cards clinch NL tie as they beat Cubs in opener 2-9-4/1-4-0.  Cards score both runs in bottom of 7th, in comeback win.  Cards clinch NL flag with nightcap win in 11 innings.  They score winning run in bottom of 11th, as Lynn King singles Rothrock home.

September 28 Nats sweep As, taking nightcap 20-23-4/12-15-1.  In that game, every Washington starter, including pitcher Ed Linke.

September 29 Bums sweep Phils, winning nightcap 26-30-2/4-13-3.  Frank Skaff 6-6, 7 RBI, HR, 2 3B, 4 runs, 13 TB.   Frenchy Bordagary (.273) 4-6; Johnny McCarthy (.370) 4-7.

October 9 Yanks win 6th game of World Series 7-6, scoring winning run in bottom of 13th inning on Tony Lazzeri single, scoring Red Rolfe from 2nd.  NY scored tying run in bottom of 9th.  Lefty Gomez (1-0, 2.50 in 18 innings) and Rolfe (.464) are Series heroes.  Triple Crown winner Ducky Medwick is held to .200 (5-25) with 1 HR.