1936 FINAL Replay Standings as of September 28, 1936

Batting Leaders | Pitching Leaders
Team Batting | Team Pitching

AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L GB Pct W L GB Pct
New York Yankees 121 32 - .791 Pittsburgh Pirates 102 52 - .662
Washington Nationals 87 66 34.0 .569 Chicago Cubs 99 55 3.0 .643
Cleveland Indians 84 70 37.5 .545 New York Giants 88 66 14.0 .571
Detroit Tigers 80 74 41.5 .519 Cincinnati Reds 73 81 29.0 .474
Chicago White Sox 72 80 48.5 .474 St. Louis Cardinals 73 81 29.0 .474
Boston Red Sox 70 84 51.5 .455 Brooklyn Dodgers 66 88 36.0 .429
St. Louis Browns 53 101 68.5 .344 Boston Bees 62 92 40.0 .403
Philadelphia A's 47 107 74.5 .305 Philadelphia Phillies 53 101 49.0 .344

 
 
 

1936 REPLAY HIGHLIGHTS:

 

 

 

3+ Homers
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Indian Bob Johnson Philadelphia
3 homers                                                               
Cleveland vs Philadelphia
August 29

 

The Cycle
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Bruce Campbell Cleveland
Detroit vs Cleveland
April 14


Cliff Bolton Washington
St. Louis vs Washington
May 2


Hal Trosky Cleveland
Cleveland vs Washington
July 18


Wes Ferrell Boston
Philadelphia vs Boston
August 12


Harlond Clift St. Louis
St. Louis vs Boston
August 28

 

5+ Hits
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Roy Hughes Cleveland
5 hits
Detroit vs Cleveland
April 14


Carl Reynolds Washington
5 hits
Washington vs Boston
April 20


Tony Cuccinello Boston
5 hits
Boston vs Brooklyn
April 22


Babe Herman Cincinnati
5 hits
St. Louis vs Cincinnati
April 23


Red Rolfe New York
5 hits
Cleveland vs New York
April 28


Eldon Auker Detroit
5 hits
Detroit vs Philadelphia
May 1


Jesse Hill Washington
5 hits
St. Louis vs Washington
May 2


Cliff Bolton Washington
5 hits
St. Louis vs Washington
May 2


Dick Bartell New York
5 hits
New York vs Cincinnati
May 3


Buddy Lewis Washington
5 hits
Boston vs Washington
May 9


Cecil Travis Washington
6 hits
Boston vs Washington
May 9


Jo-Jo Moore New York
5 hits
Cincinnati vs New York
May 16


Johnny Mize St. Louis
5 hits
St. Louis vs Philadelphia
May 17


Terry Moore St. Louis
6 hits
St. Louis vs Philadelphia
May 17


Billy Herman Chicago
5 hits
Chicago vs Boston
May 19


Lou Gehrig New York
6 hits
New York vs Detroit
May 21


Bill Dickey New York
5 hits
New York vs Philadelphia
May 24


Frank Demaree Chicago
5 hits
Cincinnati vs Chicago
May 26


Johnny Mize St. Louis
5 hits
Pittsburgh vs St. Louis
May 27


Leo Norris Philadelphia
5 hits
Brooklyn vs Philadelphia
May 29


Leo Durocher St. Louis
5 hits
New York vs St. Louis
June 6


John Stone Washington
5 hits
Detroit vs Washington
June 7


Myril Hoag New York
5 hits
St. Louis vs New York
June 9


Myril Hoag New York
5 hits
New York vs Cleveland
June 17


Frankie Hayes Philadelphia
5 hits
Philadelphia vs St. Louis
June 17


Paul Waner Pittsburgh
5 hits
Pittsburgh vs Brooklyn
June 17


Arky Vaughan Pittsburgh
5 hits
Pittsburgh vs Philadelphia
June 21


Les Scarsella Cincinnati
5 hits
Cincinnati vs Brooklyn
June 22


George Watkins Brooklyn
5 hits
Cincinnati vs Brooklyn
June 22


Bruce Campbell Cleveland
5 hits
Philadelphia vs Cleveland
June 24


Rip Radcliff Chicago
5 hits
Washington vs Chicago
June 28


Wally Moses Philadelphia
5 hits
Philadelphia vs Detroit
June 28


Ken O'Dea Chicago
5 hits
Chicago vs Cincinnati
June 29


Goose Goslin Detroit
5 hits
Detroit vs Washington
July 9


Billy Jurges Chicago
5 hits
Brooklyn vs Chicago
July 9


Billy Sullivan Cleveland
6 hits
Cleveland vs Philadelphia
July 15


Odell Hale Cleveland
5 hits
Cleveland vs Philadelphia
July 16


Dolph Camilli Philadelphia
5 hits
Philadelphia vs St. Louis
July 17


Billy Herman Chicago
5 hits
Philadelphia vs Chicago
July 19


Joe DiMaggio New York
5 hits
New York vs St. Louis
July 21


Lon Warneke Chicago
5 hits
Chicago vs Brooklyn
July 21


Les Scarsella Cincinnati
5 hits
Cincinnati vs Boston
July 23


Red Ruffing New York
5 hits
New York vs Chicago
July 25


Wally Moses Philadelphia
5 hits
Philadelphia vs Cleveland
July 25


Earl Averill Cleveland
5 hits
Washington vs Cleveland
July 28


Dusty Cooke Boston
5 hits
Boston vs St. Louis
July 28


Frankie Crosetti New York
5 hits
New York vs Cleveland
July 31


Beau Bell St. Louis
5 hits
Chicago vs St. Louis
August 4


Luke Appling Chicago
5 hits
Chicago vs St. Louis
August 5


Wally Moses Philadelphia
5 hits
Philadelphia vs Washington
August 5


Paul Waner Pittsburgh
5 hits
Pittsburgh vs Cincinnati
August 5


Joe Medwick St. Louis
5 hits
Chicago vs St. Louis
August 10


Lou Chiozza Philadelphia
5 hits
Boston vs Philadelphia
August 11


Cy Blanton Pittsburgh
5 hits
Cincinnati vs Pittsburgh
August 11


Red Rolfe New York
5 hits
New York vs Philadelphia
August 16


Jo-Jo Moore New York
5 hits
Philadelphia vs New York
August 16


Larry Rosenthal Chicago
5 hits
Cleveland vs Chicago
August 18


Mike Kreevich Chicago
6 hits
Cleveland vs Chicago
August 18


Johnny Moore Philadelphia
5 hits
Philadelphia vs Boston
August 20


Moose Solters St. Louis
6 hits
St. Louis vs Cleveland
August 22


Joe Kuhel Washington
5 hits
Washington vs Philadelphia
August 23


Jo-Jo Moore New York
5 hits
New York vs Cincinnati
August 25


Rip Radcliff Chicago
5 hits
Chicago vs Philadelphia
August 26


Wally Berger Boston
5 hits
Boston vs St. Louis
August 27


Stu Martin St. Louis
5 hits
Philadelphia vs St. Louis
August 28


Roy Weatherly Cleveland
5 hits
Cleveland vs Philadelphia
August 29


Al Simmons Detroit
5 hits
Detroit vs Philadelphia
August 30


Joe Vosmik Cleveland
5 hits
Cleveland vs Chicago
September 6


Eddie Wilson Brooklyn
5 hits
Brooklyn vs Philadelphia
September 6


Wally Moses Philadelphia
5 hits
Philadelphia vs St. Louis
September 10


Joe Vosmik Cleveland
5 hits
Washington vs Cleveland
September 11


Jesse Hill Washington
5 hits
Washington vs Cleveland
September 12


Don Gutteridge St. Louis
5 hits
St. Louis vs Brooklyn
September 12


Pepper Martin St. Louis
5 hits
St. Louis vs Brooklyn
September 12


Mike Higgins Philadelphia
5 hits
Philadelphia vs Detroit
September 15


Moose Solters St. Louis
6 hits
Washington vs St. Louis
September 15


Larry Rosenthal Chicago
5 hits
Chicago vs St. Louis
September 17


Luke Appling Chicago
5 hits
Chicago vs St. Louis
September 17


Joe Glenn New York
5 hits
Philadelphia vs New York
September 23


Roy Spencer New York
5 hits
New York vs Philadelphia
September 23

 

4+ XB Hits
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Joe DiMaggio New York
4 XB Hits
Chicago vs New York
July 13


Mike Kreevich Chicago
4 XB Hits
Cleveland vs Chicago
August 18


Ben Chapman Washington
4 XB Hits
Chicago vs Washington
August 28

 

8+ RBI
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Jimmie Foxx Boston
8 RBI
Philadelphia vs Boston
April 16


Hal Trosky Cleveland
8 RBI
Cleveland vs St. Louis
April 17


Al Simmons Detroit
8 RBI
Detroit vs Philadelphia
May 1


Arky Vaughan Pittsburgh
8 RBI
Pittsburgh vs Philadelphia
May 20


Myril Hoag New York
8 RBI
New York vs Cleveland
June 17


Indian Bob Johnson Philadelphia
8 RBI
Cleveland vs Philadelphia
August 29


Jimmy Ripple New York
8 RBI
New York vs Philadelphia
September 23

 

1-Hit Games
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Lefty Grove Boston
New York vs Boston
April 25


Pete Appleton Washington
Washington vs Detroit
May 18


Monte Pearson New York
New York vs Philadelphia
May 24


Alfred Smith New York
Boston vs New York
July 4


Fred Frankhouse Brooklyn
Brooklyn vs Chicago
July 10


Ed Brandt Brooklyn
Boston vs Brooklyn
August 16


Jim Winford St. Louis
Boston vs St. Louis
August 26


Roy Weir Boston
New York vs Boston
September 24

 

14+ whoofs
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Van Lingle Mungo Brooklyn
15 whiffs
Brooklyn vs St. Louis
August 30

 

Combined 1-Hitters
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St. Louis
St. Louis vs Cincinnati
August 18


Philadelphia
Philadelphia vs Boston
August 19

 

 

April 14 - Tribe beats Detroit in opener, 17-20-1/7-14-1.  Second-baseman Roy Hughes 5-6.

 

April 15 - Yanks beat Nats, 19-19-1/6-10-3. 

 

April 21 - Yanks beat A's, 19-18-0/5-10-3.  Every Yank starter, including pitcher Johnny Broaca, had at least 1 hit.  Dixie Walker 4-6, 6 RBI, 3 runs, 2 triples.  Dickey and Lazzeri 4 runs. 

 

April 23 - Yanks beat Nationals, 10-9, and are now 9-0.  Tigers beat Browns, 17-19-2/9-11-2.  Al Simmons 5 RBI.

 

April 29 - Yanks beat Tribe, 8-1, as Lefty Gomez wins his 4th straight, after going 31-1 last season.  Gomez is now 4-0, 1.80.

 

May 1 - Tigers beat A's, 24-20-0/1-4-2.  Every Tiger starter except catcher Hayworth had at least 1 hit.  Pitcher Eldon Auker 5-6, 3B, 7 RBI.  Al Simmons 8 RBI, GS. 

 

May 3 - Yanks beat Browns 4-1 as Lefty Gomez wins his 5th (5-0, 1.64).  Joe DiMaggio makes his major league debut, going 1-4.  Giants beat Reds in 17 innings, 5-16-1/4-13-3.  Braves beat Pirates, 17- 17-1/2-9-2.  George Crowe 2 HR, 6 RBI. 

 

May 9 - Lefty Gomez (6-0, 1.70) wins his 6th straight, beating A's, 7-10-1/4-7-1.  Gehrig 2 homers, 4 RBI.  Washington beats Bosox, 21-25-2/0-6-3.  Cecil Travis 6-6, 2 2B, 4 RBI, 4 runs. Buddy Lewis 5-6, 4 runs.  Every Senator starting player, including pitcher Pete Appleton, had at least 1 hit.

 

May 11- Bees beat Bums 17-22-1/5-11-1. 

 

May 18 - Bums blow 7-4 lead in 9th as Reds score 11 runs in top of 9th and go on to win 15-14-1/7-14-2. 

 

May 21 - Lefty Gomez wins his 7th straight (7-0, 3.02) as Yanks beat Tigers, 15-18-2/8-8-2. Lou Gehrig (.489, 16, 48) 6-6, 5 runs, 5 RBI, 2 HR.  Yanks are now 28-5, .848.

 

May 23 - Yanks sweep A's, winning opener, 19-18-2/3-10-4.  Gehrig (.486, 17, 52) HR, 4 more RBI.  Yanks take nightcap 11-0 and are now 29-5, .853, 9 up over Tribe.

 

May 25 - Cubs score 11 runs in bottom of 2nd, and beat Reds, 16-20-4/5-9-4.  Every Cub starter, including pitcher henshaw, has at least 1 hit.  Frank Demaree 5-5, 5 RBI, 4 runs, HR.  Yanks beat Bosox 8-1 as Red Ruffing (7-0, 3.25) wins his 7th straight.  Dizzy Dean (8-4, 2.05) wins both games of twinbill against Bucs, winning nightcap in relief. 

 

May 26 - Yanks slaughter Bosox, 24-23-1/6-9-5.  Red Rolfe and Tony Lazzeri (6 RBI) each hit a grand slam.   Bums shutout Giants 4-0 as NY's Jimmy Moore's 25 game hit streak ends.  Moore goes 0-4.

 

May 27 - Pirates beat Cards, 19-24-2/14-20-3.  Every starting Pirate player, including pitcher Bill Swift, had at least 1 hit.  Woody Jensen 2 HR, 5 RBI.  For the Cards, every starting player, except for the pitcher Wild Bill Hallahan, also had at least 1 hit.  Johnny Mize (.418) 5-5, 4 runs, 2B, HR. 

 

May 30 - Yanks sweep Nats and are now 36-6, .857, 11 ahead of Tribe.  George Selkirk's (.321) 36 game hitting streak ends in nightcap as he goes 0-4.  (Interesting note:  BBW BBW StatMaster erroneously ended the streak on the 17th, in a rained out unofficial game.) Braves and Phills split, with Phills taking nightcap, 18-19-1/1-7-0.  Chuck Klein 2 HR, 5 RBI.  Tigers sweep Browns, taking nightcap 18-24-2/9-15-4.  Every Tiger player, except reliever Lawson, had at least 1 hit.  Gee Walker (.419) 6 RBI. 

 

May 31 - Dizzy Dean (9-4, 2.43) beats Reds, 10-4 as Pepper Martin steals 5 bases (he is also thrown out once, at 3rd).  Stu Martin and Terry Moore also steal a base for Cards (team total: 7 SB).

 

June 3 - Yanks beat Chisox, 8-2 as Red Ruffing wins his 9th.  Ruffing is now 9-0, 3.09, and Yanks are now 38-7, .844. 

 

June 5 - Tribe beats Yanks, 6-3, as Lefty Gomez (7-1, 3.28) drops his 1st of the season.

 

June 6 - Giants (Hubbell) beat Cards in opener, 20-22-1/0-3-2.  Every Giant player, including Carl Hubbell (8-2, 1.26), had at least 1 hit. 

 

June 7 - Yanks beat Tribe, 9-0, as Red Ruffing wins his 10th straight.  Ruffing is now 10-0, 2.89.

 

June 8 - Yanks beat Browns, 9-2, and are now 42-8, .840. 

 

June 9 - Yanks beat Browns, 17-23-1/6-14-2.  Every Yank starter, including pitcher Lefty Gomez (8-1, 3.40), had at least 1 hit.  Myril Hoag (.362) 5-6.  Substitute catcher Art Jorgens 5 RBI, 2B, 3B, 2 runs.  Yanks do not hit a homer.  NY now 43-8, .843.

 

June 17 - Yanks beat Tribe in opener, 18-19-2/4-13-3.  Red Ruffing (11-0, 2.93) is injured in 3rd  and therefore doesn't win his 12th straight.  Yanks score 12 in top of 9th.  Myril Hoag (.398) 5-6, 8 RBI, 2B, 2 HR, 4 runs, 12 TB.    A's beat Browns in 17 innings, 10-27-0/9-18-1.

A's went ahead 8-7 in top of 15th, but Browns tied it in bottom.  A's then scored 2 in top of 17th.  Browns could only respond with 1 in bottom of inning.  For A's, Frankie Hayes 5-9.

 

June 19 - Yanks beat Tigers, 19-20-1/8-11-1.  Bill Dickey 6 RBI, 2B, 2 HR. 

 

June 21 - Yanks beat Detroit 11-6 as Red Ruffing wins his 11th straight.  Red is now 11-0, 2.86.

 

June 27 - Red Ruffing (12-1, 2.89) loses his 1st game of the season as the Browns beat NY, 4-10-0/2-8-1.  Giants' Randy Gumbert pitches no-hitter for 7 1/3 innings until Cubs' Billy Jurges singles.  Cubs go on to tie game at 1, and then they move ahead 2-1 in top of 9th before Giants come back to tie in bottom of inning.  NY wins in 10, 3-2.

 

June 28 - Yanks sweep Browns and are now 55-12, .821.  In nightcap every NY starter, including pitcher Monte Pearson, had at least 1 hit.   A's beat Tigers, 17-17-1/9-13-2.  Wally Moses (.356)  5-6, 2B, 3B, 4 RBI, 3 runs.  Indian Bob Johnson 3-6, 6 RBI,2 HR. 

 

July 2 - Giants' Carl Hubbell pitches no-hitter against Bees for 8 2/3 innings until Gene Moore singles.  Boston goes on to win, 2-1, in 11.  Hubbell (11-4, 1.60) pitches CG.

 

July 4 - Giants and Bees split, as NY's Al Smith (7-3, 4.12) 1-hits the Bees in nightcap, winning 2-7-0/-0-1-1.  Only Boston hit is 2 out Buck Jordan single in top of 6th.

 

July 5 - In final pre-All Star game appearance, Red Ruffing beats Nats, 14-20-1/4-7-2.  Ruffing is now 14-1, 2.65 and is batting .310.  At the break, Yanks are 60-14, .811.

 

July 10 - Ladt place Bums' Fred Frankhouse (5-5, 2.95) 1 hits Cubs, winning 4-12-2/0-1-0.  Frankhouse walks 5.  Only Cub hit is bottom of 3rd 2 out single by Gabby Hartnett.

 

July 12 - Nats beat Browns 14-22-1/10-13-1.  Every Washington starter, including pitcher Cascarella, had at least 1 hit. 

 

July 13 - Yanks come back from 7-4 deficit to beat Chisox, 12-7.  Rookie Joe DiMaggio (.393, 11, 73) hits 2 HR, 2 2B, has 12 TB. 

 

July 14 - Nats beat Browns, 18-17-1/1-4-5. 

 

July 15 - Yanks beat Tigers in opener, 7-11-2/0-4-1 as Red Ruffing wins his 16th (16-1, 2.57).  NY now at 66-15, .815.  Tribe beats A's, 6-17-0/5-12-3 in 17 innings.  Cleveland leads 3-2 till bottom of 9th when A's tie game.  Cleveland goes ahead 4-3 in top of 13th, but A's again tie it in bottom of inning.  Same thing happens in 16th inning, before Tribe eventually scores final go-ahead run in top of 17th.  Bob Feller (2-0, 2.70) pitches final 3 innings. 

 

July 18 - Yanks sweep Browns, taking nightcap, 15-19-1/1-9-0 as every Yank starter, including pitcher Monte Stratton (11-4, 4.50, .245), had at least 1 hit.  Tony Lazzeri 4-4, 2 HR, 3 RBI.   Tribe beats Nats, 17-20-0/8-14-2.  Every Tribe starter, including pitcher Lloyd Brown, had at least 1 hit.  Hal Trosky and Fred Pytlak each had 4 hits.  Trosky (.353, 28, 123) hit for cycle (4 runs, 4 RBI).  White Sox's Ted Lyons (1-10, 6.47) wins his 1st game of season as Chicago beats A's in opener, 5-3. 

 

July 19 - Yanks beat Browns in opener, 9-2, as Red Ruffing wins his 17th (17-1, 2.54).  Lefty Gomez (13-4, 4.69) takes nightcap as NY raises its record to 71-17, .807.

 

July 21- Yanks beat Browns 16-21-0/1-7-1.  DiMaggio (.386, 13, 82) 5-6, 3B, 2 2B.  Cubs beat Bums 17-20-0/2-15-2.  Cub pitcher Lon Warneke (9-2, 4.04, .277) goes 5-6 with 5 RBI, 2B, 2 runs. 

 

July 22 - Yanks beat Browns, 24-21-0/2-5-2.  Every Yank starter, including pitcher Bump Hadley, had at least 1 hit.  George Selkirk (.352, 8, 67) 4-6, 5 RBI, HR.   A's beat Detroit, but Tigers' Gee Walker goes 1-4, extending his batting streak to 30 straight.

 

July 23 - For the 2nd game in a row, the Yanks beat the Browns by scoring more than 20 runs.  Final is NY 20-22-3/6-11-3.  This is the Browns' 16th straight loss. Again, every NY starter (there were no subs) had at least 1 hit, including the pitcher Monte Pearson (12-4, 4.53, .263).  Jake Powell (.332, 6, 74) and Joe DiMaggio (.385, 14, 86) each had 4 RBI.  Powell also had 4 hits.  Yanks now 74-17, .813, 16 games up on Tribe.  Cubs beat last place Bums, 18-17-1/3-5-2.  Billy Jurges (.352) 6 RBI.

 

July 25 - For the 3rd game in a row the Yanks score more than 20 runs.  This time they beat Chisox, 21-24-2/4-7-3.  Red Ruffing (18-1, 2.62, .322, 7, 29) homers twice and drives in 6 runs.  Every Yank starter, plus all but 1 sub, has at least 1 hit.  Yanks hit 7 HR (Ruffing 2, Selkirk, Jorgens, Dickey, DiMaggio and Crosetti 1 each). First place Pirates beat last-place Bums, 19-24-0/0-5-2.  Every Buc starter had at least 1 hit, including pitcher Bill Swift (10-3, 3.47).  Gus Suhr (.376) 4-6, 6 RBI, 2 2B.  Paul Waner (.405) 4-5, 4 runs, 5 RBI, 2 2B, HR.  Fred Schulte 4-6, 4 runs, 3B. 

 

July 28 - Tribe beats Nats, 24-27-0/5-10-3.  Cleveland scores 12 in bottom of 8th.  Every Tribe starter, including pitcher Lloyd Brown, had at least 1 hit.  Earl averill (.397, 10, 83), 5-6, 4 RBI, 3 runs, 2b, 3B.  

 

July 29 - Yanks come back to beat Detroit, 11-5, as Red Ruffing (19-1, 2.69) wins his 19th.  Ruffing (.316, 8, 30) also homers, his 8th.

 

July 30 - Reds take opener against Phils, 20-22-1/2-10-3.  Every Red starter, including pitcher Wild Bill Hallahan, had at least 1 hit.  Lew Riggs (.293) 4-6, 5 RBI, 2B.  Browns beat Bosox, 7-4, despite 2 homers by pitcher Wes Ferrell (.252, 7, 13). 

 

July 31 - Cards beat Bums 7-4 as Dizzy Dean (20-5, 2.23) wins his 20th. 

August 4 - Boston's Lefty Grove (16-6, 2.44) out pitches Yanks' Red Ruffing (19-2, 2.67), beating Bombers, 2-7-1/1-4-0. 

 

August 1 - Detroit's Gee Walker (.372, 12, 79) 39 game batting streak (my longest ever) - ends as he goes 0-5 (1 run) against Washington's Earl Whitehill (5-8, 6.07).  Walker begins a new streak (now 11 games) the next day.

 

August 4 - Boston's Lefty Grove (16-6, 2.44) out pitches Yanks' Red Ruffing (19-2, 2.67), beating Bombers, 2-7-1/1-4-0. 

 

August 9 - Cards beat Reds in opener, 17-20-1/3-9-2.  Every Card starter, including pitcher Jim Winford, had at least 1 hit.  Rip Collins (.301, 8, 44) 3-4, 2 HR, 4 runs, 3 RBI.

 

August 10 - Yanks beat Washington, 4-8-0/1-8-0, as Red Ruffing (20-2, 2.59. 2.91, 9, 35) wins his 20th. 

 

August 11 - Pirates take both ends of doubleheader against Cincy, winning nightcap, 16-23-1/2-9-1.  Every Buc starter, including pitcher Cy Blanton, had at least 1 hit.  Blanton (.178) 5-6, 2 runs, 2 RBI. 

 

August 15 - Bums sweep Bees, taking nightcap 5-11-1/0-1-0 on a 1-hitter by Ed Brandt (6-9-, 3.81).  Only Boston hit is top-of-2nd 2 out triple by Hal Lee (.269, 1, 56).

 

August 16 - Giants beat Phils, 20-25-0/3-13-4.  Every Giant starter, except pitcher Hal Schumacher (who was injured in top of 1st), had at least 1 hit.  Jo-Jo Moore (.357, 5, 74) 5-6, 4 runs; Travis Jackson 5 RBI, HR.  

 

August 18 - Chisox beat Tribe 17- 21-1-/9-19-1.  Chicago's Larry Rosenthal (.280) 5-6, 4 runs, RBI, 3B, Mike Kreevich (.308) 6-6, 4 runs, 5 RBI, 2 2B, 2 3B, 12 TB.

 

August 19 - Gee Walker's (Detroit) 17 game streak ends as he goes 0-5 against the Browns' (3 pitchers).  This streak beagan the day after (August 2) his 39-game streak ended.  Walker now batting .376.

 

August 20 - In a makeup of a rained-out game, the Phils beat the Braves 22-24-1/4-11-2.  Jimmy Moore (.346, 8, 47) 5-6, 3 runs, 4 RBI, 2B.  Pitcher Bucky Walters (9-16, 5.34, .135) 2-5, 5 RBI, 2B, 2 runs.

 

August 22 - Browns beat Indians, 19-19-1/9-17-0.  Moose Solters (.280) 6-6, 4 runs, 3 RBI 2 2B.

 

August 23 - Nats beat A's, 17-22-1/3-5-1, scoring 12 runs in top of 7th.  Joe Kuhel (.325) 5-6, 3 runs, 4 RBI, 3 2B. 

 

August 25 - Yanks beat Browns, 19-20-0/8-14-0.  Red Rolfe (.331) 3-6, 7 RBI, 3 runs, 2B, 2 HR.

 

August 26 - Giants beat Reds, 8-1, as Carl Hubbell (20-6, 1.62) wins his 20th.  Cards' Jim Winford (13-3, 3.43) 1-hits Bees, beating them 6-9-0/0-1-1.  Only Bees' hit is 1-out top of the 4th double by Brian Jordan (.354).  Chisox beat A's, 18-25-1/1-3-0.  Every Chicago player, including pitcher Vern Kennedy, had at least 1 hit.  Rip Radcliffe (.330) 5-7, Mike Kreevich (.313) 3-4, 6 RBI, 4 runs. 

 

August 28 - Yanks take opener against Tigers, winning 24-22-0/4-12-2.  Every Yank starter, including pitcher Red Ruffing (.306, 9.37, 24-2, 2.50), had at least 1 hit.  Bob Seeds HR, 6 RBI, Crosetti and Rolfe HR and 4 RBI each. 

 

August 29 - Tribe beats A's in opener, 20-21-1/9-11-5.  Roy Weatherley (.342) 5-6, 5 runs, HR, 2 2B, 10 TB.

 

August 30 - Carl Hubbell (21-6, 1.63) pitches 15 inning complete game win over Cubs, 4-8-0/3-12-4.  Winning run is Mel Ott (.289, 20, 87) solo homer in top of 15th.  It's his 20th and his only hit of the game (1-7).

 

August 31 - Yanks beat Chisox 8-5, winning their 100th, as they clinch a tie for AL flag.  NY is now 100-28, .781.

 

September 2 - Yanks (101-28) clinch pennant as they beat Tribe, 6-4.  Red Ruffing (5-2, 2.52) pitches a complete game.  NY is now 26 games up over 2nd place Tribe.

 

September 6 - Washington sweeps A's, taking nightcap, 24-24-3/16-16-1.  Every Nat starter, including pitcher Phoebus, had at least 1 hit.  Joe Kuhel (.318), Fred Sington (.382) and Red Kress (.352), the 3rd, 4th and 5th batters, each had 4 hits.  Kuhel also had 4 RBI, 2B, 3B.

 

September 7 - Yanks take twin-bill from last place A's.  In 1st inning of nightcap, Dickey, Selkirk and Roy Johnson hit consecutive homers.  Red Ruffing (26-2, 2.47) wins nightcap.

 

September 10 - Bees beat Cards, 16-20-0-/0-6-4.  Every Cub starter, including pitcher Tiny Chaplin, had at least 1 hit.  Buck Jordan (.354) 4-6 and Al Lopez (.243) 4-5.

 

September 11 - Yanks come back to beat Tigers, 8-6 as Red Ruffing (27-2,2.46) takes the win in relief.  NY now 111-29, .793.

 

September 12 - Cards sweep Bums, taking nightcap 19-22-0/3-8-6.  Pepper Martin (.379) and Don Gutteridge each went 5-6. 

 

September 15 - A's beat Tigers, 19-25-0/3-7-2.  Every A's starter, except pitcher Hod Lisenbee, had at least 1 hit.  Wally Moses (.375) 4-6-, 6 RBI; Pinky Higgins (.295) 5-6.  Nats beat Browns in opener, 23-25-0/7-9-1.  Every Washington starter, including pitcher Earl Whitehill, had at least 1 hit. 

 

September 17 - Chisox beat Browns, 26-27-0/4-11-5.  Every Chicago starter, including pitcher Monty Stratton, had at least 1 hit.  Lou Rosenthal (.272) 5-7, 5 runs, 5 RBI, HR; Luke Appling (.429) 5-6, 3 runs, 4 RBI, 2B; Tony Piet 4-6, 5 RBI. 

 

September 22 - Tigers beat Browns in opener, 17-17-0/8-4-2.  Detroit scores 12 in bottom of 5th.  Tigers take nightcap, 17-22-0/2-7-1. 

 

September 23 - Bums beat Braves 4-1 as Vin Lingle Mungo (20-16, 2.32) wins his 20th.  Giants beat Phils, 23-29-1/3-9-0.  Carl Hubbell (24-7. 1.67) is the winner.  Johnny Ripple (.286) 3-7, 2 HR, 4 runs, 8 RBI.  Substitute catcher Roy Spencer 5-6.

 

September 24 - Pirates clinch pennant as they beat 2nd place Cubs, 6-1.  Gians split w/Bees, dropping the nightcap on a 1-hitter by Roy Weir (603, 2.28).  The only Giant hit comes with 2 out in the bottom of the 9th    runners on 1st and 2nd (those are the tying runs) as rookie Johnny McCarthy singles.  Mark Koenig is thrown out at the plate to end the game.Boston wins 2-0.

 

September 27 - Yanks beats Nats in season finale, 3-2, as they win their 121st.  NY winds up 121-32, .791, 34 games ahead of 2nd place Washington.