1937 FINAL Replay Standings as of October 4, 1937

Batting Leaders | Pitching Leaders
Team Batting | Team Pitching

AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L GB Pct W L GB Pct
New York Yankees 107 47 - .695 New York Giants 96 56 - .632
Cleveland Indians 93 61 14.0 .604 Chicago Cubs 95 59 2.0 .617
Boston Red Sox 79 73 27.0 .520 St. Louis Cardinals 79 75 18.0 .513
Detroit Tigers 80 74 27.0 .519 Pittsburgh Pirates 79 75 18.0 .513
Chicago White Sox 78 76 29.0 .506 Boston Bees 70 82 26.0 .461
Washington Nationals 69 85 38.0 .448 Cincinnati Reds 68 86 29.0 .442
Philadelphia A's 63 89 43.0 .414 Brooklyn Dodgers 64 89 32.5 .418
St. Louis Browns 45 109 62.0 .292 Philadelphia Phillies 62 91 34.5 .405

                 

 

1937 REPLAY HIGHLIGHTS
 

 

 

3+ Homers
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Wally Moses Philadelphia                      
3 homers
Philadelphia vs New York
May 29


Fabian Gaffke Boston
3 homers
Boston vs St. Louis
July 16

 

The Cycle
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Pep Young Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh vs Boston
June 2


Lynn Nelson Philadelphia
Cleveland vs Philadelphia
June 27


Frank Demaree Chicago
Chicago vs New York
July 24


Augie Galan Chicago
Chicago vs Brooklyn
August 31

 

5+ Hits
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Fabian Gaffke Boston
5 hits
Washington vs Boston
April 26


Don Gutteridge St. Louis
5 hits
St. Louis vs Boston
May 5


Bill Werber Philadelphia
5 hits
Philadelphia vs St. Louis
May 7


Buddy Lewis Washington
5 hits
Washington vs St. Louis
May 9


Phil Weintraub Cincinnati
5 hits
Cincinnati vs Philadelphia
May 9


Hersh Martin Philadelphia
5 hits
St. Louis vs Philadelphia
May 13


Hank Greenberg Detroit
5 hits
Detroit vs Philadelphia
May 18


Beau Bell St. Louis
5 hits
St. Louis vs Washington                                    
May 20


Cookie Lavagetto Brooklyn
5 hits
Brooklyn vs St. Louis
May 22


Hank Greenberg Detroit
5 hits
Detroit vs Washington
May 24


Mike Kreevich Chicago
5 hits
Chicago vs Washington
May 25


Mike Kreevich Chicago
5 hits
Chicago vs Cleveland
May 29


Earl Averill Cleveland
5 hits
Chicago vs Cleveland
May 29


Wally Moses Philadelphia
5 hits
Philadelphia vs New York
May 29


Pep Young Pittsburgh
5 hits
Pittsburgh vs Boston
June 2


Woody Jensen Pittsburgh
5 hits
Pittsburgh vs Boston
June 2


Gus Suhr Pittsburgh
5 hits
Pittsburgh vs Boston
June 2


Joe Marty Chicago
5 hits
Chicago vs Brooklyn
June 10


Billy Herman Chicago
5 hits
Chicago vs Brooklyn
June 10


Gabby Hartnett Chicago
5 hits
Chicago vs Brooklyn
June 10


Bill Kalfass Philadelphia
5 hits
Philadelphia vs Cleveland
June 13


Frankie Crosetti New York
5 hits
New York vs St. Louis
June 13


Tony Lazzeri New York
5 hits
New York vs St. Louis
June 13


Johnny McCarthy New York
5 hits
Brooklyn vs New York
July 4


Johnny Cooney Brooklyn
5 hits
New York vs Brooklyn
July 10


Frank Demaree Chicago
5 hits
Chicago vs Pittsburgh
July 11


Rip Radcliff Chicago
5 hits
Philadelphia vs Chicago
July 16


Terry Moore St. Louis
6 hits
St. Louis vs Philadelphia
July 16


Rabbit Warstler Boston
5 hits
Cincinnati vs Boston
July 17


Cecil Travis Washington
5 hits
Chicago vs Washington
July 28


Lew Riggs Cincinnati
5 hits
Philadelphia vs Cincinnati
July 31


Ben Chapman Boston
5 hits
Cleveland vs Boston
August 4


Pete Fox Detroit
5 hits
St. Louis vs Detroit
August 14


John Stone Washington
5 hits
Boston vs Washington
August 14


Buddy Hassett Brooklyn
5 hits
Philadelphia vs Brooklyn
August 17


Gee Walker Detroit
5 hits
Detroit vs St. Louis
August 22


Sammy West St. Louis
5 hits
Boston vs St. Louis
August 29


Dick Bartell New York
5 hits
Cincinnati vs New York
August 30


Billy Herman Chicago
5 hits
Chicago vs Brooklyn
August 31


Gabby Hartnett Chicago
5 hits
Chicago vs Brooklyn
August 31

 

4+ XB Hits
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Hank Greenberg Detroit
5 XB Hits
Detroit vs Washington
May 24


Wally Moses Philadelphia
5 XB Hits
Philadelphia vs New York
May 29


Rudy York Detroit
4 XB Hits
St. Louis vs Detroit
August 13

 

8+ RBI
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Hank Greenberg Detroit
11 RBI
Detroit vs Philadelphia
May 18


Hank Greenberg Detroit
10 RBI
Detroit vs Washington
May 24


Gabby Hartnett Chicago
10 RBI
Chicago vs Brooklyn
June 10

 

No-Hit Games
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Lefty Gomez New York
Washington vs New York
July 11

 

1-Hit Games
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Wes Ferrell Boston
Boston vs Philadelphia
April 20


Red Lucas Pittsburgh
Boston vs Pittsburgh
May 22


Jack Wilson Boston
Boston vs Detroit
June 13


Lefty Grove Boston
Boston vs Washington
June 29


Cy Blanton Pittsburgh
Philadelphia vs Pittsburgh
July 29


Tex Carleton Chicago
Boston vs Chicago
August 6


Johnny Allen Cleveland
Chicago vs Cleveland
August 14


Johnny Allen Cleveland
Washington vs Cleveland
August 29

 

14+ whoofs
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Cy Blanton Pittsburgh
14 whiffs
Boston vs Pittsburgh
June 22


Cliff Melton New York
15 whiffs
New York vs St. Louis
July 28

 

Combined 1-Hitters
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Boston
Washington vs Boston
May 29


New York
Pittsburgh vs New York
July 16


Cincinnati
Cincinnati vs Chicago
August 14

 

 

April 20 - Bosox beat A's in opener, 20-21-1/0-1-3 in 1-hitter (3 walks) by Wes Ferrell.  Skeeter Newsome has only A's' hit, a single (reached in bottom of 2nd, with 2 outs.  Here's the PBP: "The pitch ... grounded toward third ... Higgins knocks it down ... picks it up

throws over to first ... and it's by Almada! ... Dean races to third

and Newsome will make second easily ... score that a single."

 

April 25 - Bums beat Phils, 19-21-2/3-3-4.  All 9 Bum starters, including pitcher Mungo, had at least 1 hit.  Gibby Brack and Babe Phelps had 4 each; Mungo (pitcher) had 3 (with 4 RBI).

 

May 2- Cubs beat Cards, 18-22-1/3-10-4.  Every Cub starter, including pitcher Bill Lee, had at least 1 hit.   Tigers beat Chisox, 16-17-0/0-4-2. 

 

May 7 - A's beat Browns, 17-20-1/5-14-3.  Every A's starter, including pitcher Caster, had at least 1 hit.  Billy Werber 5-6, 2B, HR, SB.

 

May 10 - Yanks lose 2-9-1/1-8-1 in 16 innings after Yank starter Monte Pearson loses no-hitter in bottom of 7th on a homer by Chicago's Zeke Bonura. 

 

May 14 - Tigers beat Browns 16-18-0/2-8-2.  Hank Greenberg 3-5, 2 HR, 5 RBI, 4 runs.  Every Tiger starter, including pitcher Tommy Bridges, had at least 1 hit.

 

May 16 - Tigers beat Browns 22-25-0/13-18-2.  Every Tiger starter, except for Mickey Cochrane (0-4), including pitcher Roxie Lawson (3-4, 3 runs, RBI), had at least 2 hits.  Charley Gehringer 4-5, 2B, HR, 3 runs, 5 RBI.  Hank Greenberg 3-7, 2 HR, 4 RBI. 

 

May 18 - Tigers beat A's, 21-21-2/6-8-4.  Hank Greenberg 5-5, 11 RBI, 2 HR, 4 runs, 2B, 12TB.  Every Tiger starter, except pitcher Gill, had at least 1 hit.    

 

May 22 - Yanks beats Browns, 13-15-2/7-12-1 as every Yank starter, including pitcher Lefty Gomez (7-0, 2.18), had at least 1 hit.   Pirates (Red Lucas, 2-1, 1.44) 1 hit Braves, 2-9-0/0-1-0.  Only Brave hit is 2nd inning single by Gene Moore.

 

May 24 - Yanks take 2nd straight from Tribe, 6-3, and move into sole possession of 1st place.  Yanks now 18-9, Tribe 15-8.  Tigers beats Nats, 27-24-1/7-7-2.  All 9 Tigers had at least 1 hit.  Hank Greenberg hits for cycle -- 5-6, 6 runs, 10 RBI, 3B, HR, 3 2B, Walk, 13 TB.

 

May 25 - Cubs beat Phils, 20-27-1/3-11-1.  Every Cub starter, including pitcher Bill Lee, had at least 1 hit.  Chisox beat Nats, 17-21-0/0-7-1.  Mike Kreevich 5-6, 4 runs, Zeke Bonura 4-6, HR, 5 RBI. 

 

May 26 - Tribe beats A's, 15-20-2/2-8-3.  Every Tribe starter, including pitcher Johnny Allen, had at least 1 hit. 

 

May 29 - Tribe splits w/Chisox, taking nightcap, 16-22-1/3-6-3.  Earl Averill 5-6, 6 RBI, 3B. 

 

June 2 - Pirates beat Bees, 21-26-0/0-5-3.  Woody Jensen 5-6, 2B, HR, 4 RBI, Gus Suhr 5-6, 3B, HR, 10 TB.    Pep Young 5-6, hits for cycle, 2 RBI, 4 runs, 11 TB.  Every Pirate starter, including pitcher Cy Blanton, had at least 1 hit. 

 

June 10 - Cubs beat Bums 28-28-2/6-12-1.  Gabby Hartnett 5-10, 10 RBI, 5 runs, 3B, 2 HR, 13TB.  Billy Herman 5-7, 3B, HR, 10TB, 4 RBI.   Tigers beat A's, 17-15-1/3-10-2.

 

June 13 - Yanks beat Browns in opener, 21-26-2/2-8-4.  Every Yank starter, including pitcher Johnny Murphy, had at least 1 hit.  Crosetti 5-5, 5 runs, 3B, HR, 3 RBI.  DiMaggio 6 RBI, HR.  Selkirk 4 RBI, HR.

 

June 14 - Bosox's Jim Wilson (4-3, 3.10) 1 hits Tigers, winning 9-12-1/0-1-2.  Only Tiger hit is bottom of 7th 2 out double by Gee Walker.  Tigers do get 5 walks.

 

June 17 - Yanks beat Cleveland, 19-17-2/10-10-5, and score 13 runs in bottom of 4th.  DiMag 3-6 2 HR, 6 RBI, 4 runs.   Jake Powell 5 RBI, HR.  Chisox beat Bosox, 19-22-2/6-10-3.  Every Chicago starter, except pitcherDietrich and catcher Sewell, had at least 2 hits.  6 players had 3 or more hits.

 

June 20 - Yanks take opener against Chisox, 3-8-0/0-3-0, as Lefty Gomez (14-0, 1.51)  wins his 14th straight.  Tigers sweep A's, taking opener (Gee Walker 2 homers, 6 RBI), 16-19-2/5-4-2, and nightcap, 18-16-1/2-5-0. 

 

June 24 - Giants beat Cubs, 12-16-2/2-8-0, as every Giant starter, including pitcher Hal Schumacher, had at least 1 hit. 

 

June 26 - Yanks' Lefty Gomez wins his 15th straight (15-0, 1.54) as NY beats Detroit, 9-2.

 

June 27 - Relief pitcher Lynn Nelson hits for cycle, including his 1st HR, as A's come back to beat Tribe in nightcap, 13-15-1/12-15-1 with 3 runs in bottom of 9th.  Nelson is now batting .404.

 

June 29 - Boston's Lefty Grove (7-4, 3.10) pitches one-hitter (1 walk) for 8 2/3 innings against Nats until Jesse Hill singles ("hot smash to 3rd, Higgins gets his glove on it, now the long throw, Foxx scoops it on one hop but he bobbles it!  He's safe! And they give Jesse Hill the hit.").  Boston wins, 4-9-0-/0-1-2.

 

June 30 - Yanks' Left Gomez wins his 16th straight (16-0, 1.45), as NY beats A's, 8-13-1/1-6-2.

 

July 4- Lefty Gomez pitches 5 hitter, beating Nats, 1-2-1/0-5-0.  Only run is 4th inning homer by Jake Powell.  Gomez now 17-0, 1.36.  Giants Cliff Melton (8-6, 1.86) pitches no hitter against Bees until top of 9th inning lead-off double by Al Lopez.  Giants win, 5-10-0/1-2-0.

 

July 10 - Browns beat Chisox in opener, 17-15-0/4-11-4. 

 

July 11 - Yanks' Lefty Gomez (18-0, 1.29) no-hits Nats (1 walk) in opener, 14-17-2/0-0-3.

 

July 12 - Pirates' Lloyd Waner (.327,1, 18) hits in his 30th straight, getting a double to lead off the top of the 9th, after previously going 0-2 (with a walk).  Giants (Hubbell) beat Bucs, 6-1.  

 

July 14 - A's beat Chisox, 16-17-0/3-9-1.  Earle Brucker (.340) 4-4, 5 RBI, 2B, HR, 3 runs, 8 TB.

 

July 15 - Lefty Gomez (19-0, 1.22) wins his 19th straight, beating the Tigers, 8-13-1/4-9-4. 

 

July 16 - Pirates Lloyd Waner singles in his only AB to extend his hitting streak to 31 games, but the game is rained out in the 3rd inning (rescheduled for 7-26).

 

July 17 - Pirates' Lloyd Waner's 30 game hitting streak ends when he is injured in bottom of 2nd, after going 0-1.

 

July 18 - A's sweep Browns, winning opener, 13-17-2/10-12-0, and taking nightcap 19-22-2/15-17-3. 

 

July 19 -  Yanks beat Tribe, 21-20-1/0-2-1, as Lefty Gomez wins his 20th straight.  Lefty is now 20-0, 1.16.  Every Yank starter, including Gomez, had at least 1 hit.

 

July 22- Tribe beats A's, 18-18-0/3-7-4. 

 

July 24 - Chisox (Thornton Lee, 7-7, 2.93) beat Yanks, 4-6-0/2-5-1, ending Left Gomez's 20 game consecutive win streak.  Gomez now 20-1, 2.93.  Yanks started Hoag and Heffner (righties) against lefty Lee, both both were injured in 3rd inning collision and they had to be replaced by lefty Henrich.

 

July 27 - Phils hit 3 consecutive homers (George Scharain, pitcher Bucky Walters, and Leo Norris) in top of 5th against Pirates.  Phils prevail, 8-17-1/3-5-0.

 

July 29 - Pirates' Cy Blanton (8-9, 3.69) 1 hits Phils, 1-7-0/0-1-0 (0 walks).  Only Phil hit is 1st inning bloop 2 out single by Hersh Martin. 

 

July 31 - Yanks beat Browns, 14-11-0/1-10-2 and hit 6 homers (Crosetti 2, DiMag 2, Gehrig, Dickey).  DiMag now .396, 32, 103.

 

August 1 - Yanks beat Browns, 10-12-0/1-6-2, as every Yank player, including pitcher Spud Chandler, had at least 1 hit.

 

August 2 - Lefty Gomez wins 22nd (22-1, 1.32) as he pitches no-hitter until the 9th.  1st hit is pinch hit double by Luke Sewell with none out.  Chisox go on to score 3 runs in 9th, but they fall short, losing 5-10-1/4-3-1.  Chisox put tying run at 3rd, but are unable to score it.

Nats beat Browns, 16-14-0/6-14-3.  Every Nat player, including pitcher Wes Ferrell, had at least 1 hit. 

 

August 6 - Cubs' Tex Carleton (8-2, 3.51) 1 hits (6 walks) Braves, 6-9-0/0-1-1 in opener of twin-bill.  Only hit is 2nd inning single by Tony Cuccinello.

 

August 11- Joe DiMaggio goes 4-4 (2B, HR, 3 RBI) in nightcap against Bosox as Yanks win, 11-14-0/3-12-0.  Joe now batting .404,36, 114.

 

August 13 - Nats beat Bosox, 16-15-2/7-13-1.  Cecil Travis (.322) 4-5, 3 runs, 3 RBI.  Tigers beat Browns, 15-16-2/2-9-1.  Rudy York (.307, 20, 54) goes 4-4, 2 HR, 2B, 3B, 7 RBI, 3 runs, 13 TB.

 

August 14 - Cleveland's Johnny Allen (6-2, 2.83) 1-hits Chisox (3 walks), 3-11-1/0-1-0.  Only Chisox hit is single with 2 outs in 6th.  Tigers and Browns split, with Tigers taking nightcap, 20-26-3/1-6-3.  All 13 Tiger players had at least 1 hit.  Pete Fox (.332, 5, 54) 5-6, 6 RBI, 2 2B, HR, 2 runs.  Detroit 6 HR, including 2 by Greenberg (33, 137, .394), Fox, Goslin, Laabs, Rogell.  

 

August 15 - Giants beat Phils, 18-19-0/5-15-2.  Hank Leiber 5 RBI. 

 

August 17 - Lefty Gomez (24-1, 1.29) wins his 24th, beating the Nats, 3-7-1/2-4-0 in another CG victory.  Yanks come back from 3-2 deficit in 9th in nightcap to tie Washington at 3 before Joe DiMaggio homers with 2 out to give Yanks the sweep.  Yanks take nightcap 5-3.  DiMaggio has now hit safely in 32 straight, 1937's longest streak (his previous best was 28 games in '41).

 

August 18 - Tribe sweeps Browns, taking nightcap, 18-25-0/5-14-1.  Every Cleveland player, including pitcher Hudlin, had at least 1 hit.  Odell Hale (4 runs) and Bruce Campbell both had 4 hits. 

 

August 19 - Bosox beat A's, 21-26-0/2-6-3.  Every Boston starter, including pitcher HJohnny Marcum, had at least 1 hit.  Dom Dallessandro, Ski Melillo had 4 hits.  Gene Desautels and Dallessandro had 4 RBI.

 

August 22- Tigers beat Browns in opener, 21-27-2/5-15-0.  All 9 Tigers had at least 1 hit, including pitcher Roxie Lawson.  Hank Greenberg (.388,34, 147) 2B, HR, 6 RBI.  Gee Walker (.361, 18, 106) 5-6, HR.

 

August 24 - Joe DiMaggio ties replay hitting streak record (George McQuinn, 1938, 38 games) as he goes 3-5 (all singles).  Joe is now batting .410, 39, 126.  NY loses to Chisox, 6-2.

 

August 25 - DiMaggio's streak ends at 38, same as George McQuinn's, as NY loses to Chicago (Thornton Lee, 13-7, 2.39) , 5-3.  Joe goes 0-4, and "drops" to .406.

 

August 26 - Dizzy Dean wins his 20th (20-3, 1.96), beating the Phillies, 5-1.  Every Card starter, including Dean, had at least 1 hit.

 

August 29 - Yanks beat Browns, 15-21-1/2-10-0, as every Yank starter, including pitcher Malone, has at least 1 hit.   Bums beat Reds, 17-20-0/2-10-1. 

 

August 31 - Browns take 2 from A's, winning nightcap, 17-26-5/10-14-3.   Every Brown player, except pitcher Lou Koupal, had at least 2 hits, and 6 of the 8 had at least 3 hits (Tommy Heath and Sammy West both had 4 hits).

 

September 8 - Chisox beat Browns, 23-26-3/10-13-0.  Zeke Bonura 5-5, 8 RBI, 3 runs, HR, 2 walks.  Bonura now batting .428.  Every White sox player, including pitcher Vern Kennedy had at least 2 hits, except for Luke Appling (1-3).  Dixie Walker (.309) hit for cycle, including 4 runs and 10 TB.   

 

September 12 - Tribe beats Browns, 18-18-0/3-17-0.  Browns get 17 hits but score only 3 runs.  All 9 Brown starters, including pitcher Knott, had at least 1 hit, and every Tribe player, including pitcher Harder, also had at least 1 hit.  Cleveland's Joe Becker and Moose Solters both had 5 RBI.

 

September 14 - Bums beat Reds in opener, 21-25-1/5-6-3.  English, Lavagetto, Manush, Hassett, Bucher and Cooney each had at least 3 hits.  Manush, English 4 RBI.  Bums had no HR.

 

September 15 - Tigers beats Senators, 10-14-4/5-12-0, as Hank Greengerg (.384, 43, 181) hits 3 homers, 7 RBI. 

 

September 16 - Yanks' Lefty Gomez wins his 28th, beating Cleveland, 4-7-0/0-4-0.  It's Gomez/s 10th shutout, 24th Quality Start and 28th complete game.  Gomez is now 28-1, 1.28.   Bill Lee wins his 20th for Cubs, beating Braves, 5-1.  Lee is now 20-8, 2.86.

 

September 17 - Cubs' Larry French (14-9, 4.59) 1-hits Phils, winning 12-17-1/0-1-1.  Only hit is top of 7th single by Dolf Camilli ("The pitch ... grounded to first ... and it's by Collins ... it took a strange hop single for Camilli").  Cubs are now only 1/2 game behind Giants.

 

September 18 - Carl Hubbell wins his 20th, beating the Reds 5-3 in a complete game. 

 

September 20 - Gomez wins his 29th, beating the Tigers in another complete game, 5-3.  Gomez is now 29-1, 1.30.

 

September 21 - Giants beat Cubs, 19-19-0/3-11-3, and move 2 1/2 up.  Magic Number drops to 12.

 

September 22 - Yanks beat Browns in opener, 5-1, and clinch AL flag.

 

September 25 - Lefty Gomez wins his 30th, beating Red Sox (and Lefty Grove), 6-1 in another complete game (see box score below).

 

September 26 - Pirates beat Reds in opener, 17-16-0/1-8-4.  Pirates take nightcap 13-1.

 

September 30 - Tribe sweeps Chisox, winning nightcap, 16-20-0/2-5-0.  Feller (12-3, 3.07) pitches CG win in nighcap.  Every Tribe player, including pitcher Feller, had at least 2 hits, except for second-baseman Kroner (1-6). 

 

October 1 - Giants lose to Dodgers, but Cubs also lose, to Cards, and remain 1 back of NY.  Giants' magic number drops to 3.

 

October 2 - Dodgers beat Giants again, but Cards beat Cubs again (this time 2-1, in 10 innings) and Giants' magic number drops to 2.

 

October 3 - Giants win NL pennant as they beat Bums on final day of season, 12-4, as Cards sweep Cubs, winning finale 9-7.  Cubs finish 95-59, 2 behind Giants (96-56).

 

 Lefty Gomez's 30th win (9-25-1937):