1938 Replay
 
1938 FINAL Replay Standings as of October 3, 1938

Batting Leaders | Pitching Leaders
Team Batting | Team Pitching

AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L GB Pct W L GB Pct
New York Yankees 106 47 - .693 Pittsburgh Pirates 99 51 - .660
Cleveland Indians 89 63 16.5 .586 Chicago Cubs 88 64 12.0 .579
Boston Red Sox 87 62 17.0 .584 Cincinnati Reds 85 65 14.0 .567
Detroit Tigers 77 77 29.5 .500 New York Giants 85 65 14.0 .567
Chicago White Sox 73 76 31.0 .490 St. Louis Cardinals 77 74 22.5 .510
Washington Nationals 66 85 39.0 .437 Brooklyn Dodgers 73 77 26.0 .487
Philadelphia A's 56 97 50.0 .366 Boston Bees 67 85 33.0 .441
St. Louis Browns 53 100 53.0 .346 Philadelphia Phillies 29 122 70.5 .192

 

 

 

The Cycle

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Enos SLAUGHTER St. Louis             

New York vs St. Louis

June 10

 

 

Joe MARTY Chicago

Chicago vs Cincinnati

July 1

 

 

Enos SLAUGHTER St. Louis

St. Louis vs Chicago

August 16

 

 

Tommy HENRICH New York

New York vs Boston

September 7

 

 

 

5+ Hits

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Jeff HEATH Cleveland

5 hits

St. Louis vs Cleveland

April 19

 

 

Wayne AMBLER Philadelphia

5 hits

New York vs Philadelphia

April 25

 

 

Joe MEDWICK St. Louis

5 hits

St. Louis vs Cincinnati

April 27

 

 

Frankie HAYES Philadelphia

5 hits

Philadelphia vs St. Louis

May 22

 

 

Joe ROGALSKI Detroit

5 hits

Detroit vs Chicago

May 27

 

 

Gus MANCUSO New York

5 hits

New York vs Boston

May 30

 

 

Justin STEIN Philadelphia

5 hits

Philadelphia vs Brooklyn

May 30

 

 

Tommy HENRICH New York                            

5 hits

St. Louis vs New York

June 5

 

 

Chuck KLEIN Philadelphia

5 hits

Philadelphia vs Chicago

June 5

 

 

Pete FOX Detroit

5 hits

Detroit vs Boston

June 6

 

 

Hank GREENBERG Detroit

5 hits

Detroit vs Boston

June 6

 

 

Bruce CAMPBELL Cleveland

5 hits

Cleveland vs Washington

June 6

 

 

Buster MILLS St. Louis

6 hits

St. Louis vs Washington

June 8

 

 

Billy SULLIVAN St. Louis

8 hits

St. Louis vs Washington

June 8

 

 

Frank MCCORMICK Cincinnati

5 hits

Cincinnati vs Brooklyn

June 17

 

 

Bill DICKEY New York

5 hits

New York vs St. Louis

June 20

 

 

Wally BERGER Cincinnati

5 hits

Cincinnati vs Philadelphia

June 25

 

 

Jimmy WASDELL Washington

5 hits

Washington vs St. Louis

June 26

 

 

Lee HANDLEY Pittsburgh

5 hits

Pittsburgh vs Cincinnati

July 4

 

 

Wally MOSES Philadelphia

5 hits

Chicago vs Philadelphia

July 12

 

 

Dick BARTELL New York

5 hits

St. Louis vs New York

July 28

 

 

Dario LODIGIANI Philadelphia

5 hits

Philadelphia vs Detroit

July 30

 

 

Wally MOSES Philadelphia

5 hits

Philadelphia vs Detroit

July 30

 

 

Pep YOUNG Pittsburgh

5 hits

Pittsburgh vs St. Louis

August 17

 

 

Gus SUHR Pittsburgh

5 hits

Pittsburgh vs Chicago

August 20

 

 

Earl AVERILL Cleveland

5 hits

Chicago vs Cleveland

August 22

 

 

Augie GALAN Chicago

5 hits

New York vs Chicago

August 23

 

 

Dixie WALKER Detroit

5 hits

Detroit vs Washington

August 25

 

 

Billy JURGES Chicago

5 hits

Chicago vs Cincinnati

September 3

 

 

Jeff HEATH Cleveland

5 hits

Cleveland vs Detroit

September 6

 

 

Tommy HENRICH New York

5 hits

New York vs Boston

September 7

 

 

Wally BERGER Cincinnati

5 hits

Cincinnati vs Pittsburgh

September 25

 

 

 

4+ XB Hits

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Frankie HAYES Philadelphia

4 XB Hits

Philadelphia vs St. Louis

May 22

 

 

 

8+ RBI

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Frankie CROSETTI New York

8 RBI

New York vs Philadelphia

April 25

 

 

Hank LEIBER New York

8 RBI

St. Louis vs New York

June 19

 

 

Sam CHAPMAN Philadelphia

8 RBI

Philadelphia vs Boston

August 18

 

 

 

1-Hit Games

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Eldon AUKER Detroit

Detroit vs Chicago

April 21

 

 

Tot PRESSNELL Brooklyn

Brooklyn vs St. Louis

May 8

 

 

Bill LEE Chicago

Philadelphia vs Chicago

July 14

 

 

Dizzy DEAN Chicago

New York vs Chicago

July 23

 

 

Johnny VANDER MEER Cincinnati

Cincinnati vs New York

July 29

 

 

Bill SWIFT Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh vs Boston

August 4

 

 

Bill MCGEE St. Louis

St. Louis vs Brooklyn

August 4

 

 

Curt DAVIS St. Louis

Philadelphia vs St. Louis

September 1

 

 

Monte PEARSON New York

New York vs Detroit

September 17

 

 

Mel HARDER Cleveland

Cleveland vs Detroit

September 24

 

 

 

14+ whoofs

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Bob FELLER Cleveland

17 whiffs

Detroit vs Cleveland

October 2

 

 

 

Combined No-Hitters

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New York

Detroit vs New York

June 2

 

 

 

Combined 1-Hitters

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Boston

Boston vs Pittsburgh

May 9

 

 

Brooklyn

Brooklyn vs Chicago

May 11

 

 

Chicago

Brooklyn vs Chicago

June 12

 

 

St. Louis

St. Louis vs New York

June 18

 

 

April 19 - Tribe beats Browns, 19-24-0/2-9-5.  All 9 Cleveland starters, including pitcher Allen, had at least 1 hit.  Jeff Heath 5-5, 4 RBI, 3 runs, double, triple. 

 

April 28 - A's beat Nats, 24-25-1/7-13-1. 

 

April 29 - Browns score 11 in bottom of 8th but Cleveland holds on to beat Browns, 15-22-4/14-16-2. 

 

April 30 - Yanks beat Nats 20-19-0/4-9-3. 

 

May 3 - Yanks beat Browns, 6-2, as Browns drop their 14th straight (at start of season).

 

May 4 - Nats beat Tribe (Feller) 17-17-1/2-4-0.  Tigers beat Bosox, 18-20-1/9-16-1.  Rudy York 3-5, 3 runs, 2 homers, 6 RBI. 

 

May 17 - Nats beat Tigers, 17-20-3/6-7-2.  Every Washington starter had at least 2 hits, except for pitcher Wes Ferrell (0-4).

 

May 22 - Bosox beat Tigers, 17-18-3/4-11-2. 

 

May 25 - Browns beat Nats 20-19-2/8-10-2.  Buster Mills had 6 RBI.

 

May 29 - Bosox beat Nats, 20-20-0/4-11-3.  All 9 Boston starters, including pitcher Emerson Dickman, had at least 1 hit.  Doc Cramer 6 RBI, 2B, 3B.

 

May 30 - Tigers sweep Browns, taking nightcap, 17-12-2/4-10-2. 

 

June 3 - Cards beat Phils, 23-23-3/6-11-1.  Every Card starter, except pitcher Weiland, had at least 1 hit.  Don Padgett 7 RBI, 4-4, 5 runs, 2, 2 HR. 

 

June 6 - Bosox come back with 9 in bottom of 8th to beat Detroit, 24-24-3/18-20-3.  Tigers'  Pete Fox 5-5, 5 RBI.  Hank Greenberg 5-6, 5 RBI. 

 

June 8 - Tribe beats Bosox, 21-18-2/8-12-2.  Every Cleveland starter, including pitcher Feller, had at least 1 hit.  Ken Keltner 2 homers, 6 RBI.  Joe Cronin 4-4, homer, now at .412.   Browns beat Nats in 21 innings, 15-33-4/14-23-3.  Browns' Billy Sullivan 8-10, Buster Mills 6-11.

 

June 9 - Pirates beat Braves in 16 innings, 3-11-1/2-10-1.

 

June 14 - Cards beat Phils, 19-22-0/0-2-2.  Every Card starter, including pitcher Curt Davis, had at least 1 hit.  Don Gutteridge 6 RBI.

 

June 21 - Cubs beat Phils 21-22-0/5-14-2.  This was game which was  originally played 5-20 but League Manager had closed so it wound up as an Unscheduled Game which I then assigned to 6-21 (after first deleting the Cubs-Phils game originally scheduled for that date and replacing it with this one).

 

June 22 -  Washington's Buddy Lewis's 34 game hitting streak ends, as White Sox's Monty Stratton, Johnny Rigney and Thornton Lee stop him.  Lewis (.320) goes 0-5. 

 

June 25 - Yanks move back into tie for 1st, with Bosox.  Reds beat Phils, 18-20-2/4-6-4.  Wally Berger 5-5, 2B, 3B, RBI, W.   Nats beat Browns, 17-19-0/1-7-2. 

 

June 26 - Nats split with Browns, taking nightcap 17-22-0/11-19-6.   All 9 Nat starters, including pitcher Wes Farrell, have at least 1 hit.  Jimmy Wasdell 5-6, 4 runs, 2 RBI, 2B. 

 

July 4 - Yanks (Ruffing, 10-3, 2.21) 2 hit Nats, 10-10-0/0-2-1.  No-hitter until top of 9th when Rick Ferrell leads off with a single.  In nightcap, NY wins 19-20-0/0-5-2.  Browns beat Chisox 17-19-0/7-15-2. 

 

July 8 - Yanks (Spud Chandler) beat Bosox 8-7 and move into 1st place. 

 

July 17 - Bosox beat Browns in opener, 22-25-2/4-8-1.  All 9 starts (including pitcher Dickman) had at least 1 hit. 

 

July 23 - Cubs' Dizzy Dean (6-0, 0.83)  1 hits Giants in nightcap, 2-9-2/0-1-0.  Only Giant hit is 7th inning double by Johnny McCarthy. 

 

July 26 - Nats beat Tigers, 23-25-3/8-11-1.  Every starter except pitcher had at least 1 hit.

 

July 28 - Reds beat Braves 17-22-0/0-7-2.  Every Red starter, including pitcher Peaches Davis (4--5, 2 runs, 2 RBI), had at least 1 hit, and everyone had at least 2 hits except for Riggs and McCormick who had 1 each). 

 

July 29 - Braves beat Cards 4-5-2/3-9-1 in 13 innings.  Cards' Curt Davis has no hitter until 1 out in bottom of 9th, when Vince DiMaggio triples. 

 

July 30 - Nats beat Tribe in 17 innings, 6-17-1/5-17-6.  Tribe makes 6 errors. 

 

August 5 - Browns beat A's, 19-19-0/2-9-0.  Cards beat Phils, 20-23-0/2-13-1.  Every Card starter, including pitcher Warneke, had at least 1 hit. 

 

August 6 - A's beat Browns, 17-21-5/6-13-0. 

 

August 9 - Yanks beat Nats, 17-15-0/4-9-2.  DiMaggio 4-6, 2B, 3B, HR, 6 RBI.

 

August 10 - White Sox pitcher Thornton Lee homers twice (.301, 7, 22) as Chicage beats Tigers, 10-8.   Red Sox beat A's, 20-19-0/1-6-0.  Boston scores 11 in top of 9th.

 

August 14 - Giants beat Phils in opener as Hugh Mulcahy (5-20, 6.99) loses his 20th for third straight season ('39: 6-28; '40: 10-24).  Giants win nightcap, 22-26-0/1-10-0.  Every Giant player (all 11), except for pitcher Lohrman, had at least 1 hit.  Hank Leiber 4-6, 2 homers (1 GS), 7 RBI, 3 runs.  Bartell, Leiber, Ripple and Danning each had 4 hits.

 

August 16 - Nats score 16 runs in bottom of the 5th against Yanks, beating NY, 22-18-0/3-7-4.  All 9 Washington starters, including pitcher Chase, had at least 1 hit.

 

August 18 - Indians beat Browns as Bobo Newsom (9-20, 6.75) loses his 20th.  (He was supposed to win 20 this season.)

 

August 23 - Nats beat Browns, 19-22-2/4-9-4.  Every Nat starter including the pitcher Dutch Leonard, except catcher Rick Farrell who was injured in the 3rd, had at least 1 hit. West, Bleuge and Case each had 4 RBI. 

 

August 27 - Browns split with A's, losing nightcap 19-17-2/7-11-2.  Billy Werber 4-4, 7 RBI, 4 runs, 2 doubles, homer. 

 

August 31 - Hank Greenbery (.374,50,166) hits his 50th as Detroit beats Yanks, 3-1.

 

September 2 - Pirates" Jim Tobin (20-5, 2.91) becomes '38's 1st 20 game winner, beating Cards, 10-1.

 

September 3 - Reds' Paul Derringer (20-8, 2.22) becomes NL's first 20 game winner, as he beats Cubs in opener, 7-1.

 

September 4 - Tribe sweeps A's, taking nightcap 18-17-2/0-8-1.  Hal Trosky (.365/15/113) 3-5, 2b, 3b, HR, 5 RBI (3-5 in 1st game).

 

September 5 - Phils' Claude Passeau (4-20, 5.61) becomes Phils' 2nd 20 game loser (Mulcahy 5-24) as Giants win opener, 6-1. 

 

September 7 - Yanks' Ruffing pitches no hitter against Boston through 7, giving up single to Johnny Peacock in top of 8th.  Final score is NY, 12-16-0/0-2-2.  Tommy Henrich hits for cycle (5-6, 5 RBI, 2B, 3B, HR, 3 runs, 11 TB).

 

September 10 - Browns' George McQuinn (.365)  singles (1-4), hitting in his 35th straight game, as Browns lose to Tribe, 13-2.

 

September 11 - McQuinn extends his streak to 36 straight, singling in his final AB against Bob Feller, in top of 8th, after going 0-3.

 

September 15 - Cards beat Phils 17-24-1/0-6-2 in opener.  Every Card player, including pitcher Macon, had at least 1 hit.  Pitcher Max Macon 4-6, 2 runs, 2 RBI, .417.  Medwick also had 4 hits, and Mize had 5 RBI.   George McQuinn's 38 game hitting streak ends as he goes 0-4 in loss to Dutch Leonard (17-8, 3.25) of the Nats. 

 

September 17 - Yanks' Monte Pearson (12-5, 3.76) 1-hits (4 walks) Tigers.  Only hit is 1st inning single by Charlie Gehringer. 

 

September 18 - Tribe beats A's in opener, 16-17-1/1-8-7. 

 

September 21 - Yanks clinch pennant as they beat Chisox as Browns beat Bosox.

 

September 24 - Tribe's Mel Harder (15-9, 3.48) 1 hits Tigers.  Only hit is 3rd inning single by Mark Christman. 

 

September 25 - Pirates finally clinch NL, even though they lose to Red, as Cubs lose to Cards in 11, 8-6. 

 

September 28 - Bosox beat A's, 16-22-1/3-8-2.  Every Boston starter, including pitcher Heving, had at least 1 hit.  Cronin (GS)  and Higgins had 4 hits.

 

September 30 - Cards beat Cubs in 19 innings, 7-16-2/4-15-2.  Cubs' Bill Lee pitches 7 scoreless innings (12-18th) but does not get his 20th win because Bill Russell pitches final 1/3 inning and he gets the loss.

 

October 2- Bums win season finale, taking nightcap over Phils, 18-16-0/4-6-2.  Phils close at 29-122 (.192). 122 is most losses ever.