1943 FINAL Replay Standings as of October 4, 1943
 

Batting Leaders | Pitching Leaders
Team Batting | Team Pitching

AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L GB Pct W L GB Pct
New York Yankees 93 61 - .604 St. Louis Cardinals 106 48 - .688
Washington Nationals 86 67 6.5 .562 Chicago Cubs 95 59 11.0 .617
Chicago White Sox 86 68 7.0 .558 Cincinnati Reds 81 73 25.0 .526
Detroit Tigers 81 73 12.0 .526 Pittsburgh Pirates 80 74 26.0 .519
Cleveland Indians 80 73 12.5 .523 Philadelphia Phillies 72 82 34.0 .468
St. Louis Browns 73 80 19.5 .477 Boston Braves 70 83 35.5 .458
Boston Red Sox 58 95 34.5 .379 Brooklyn Dodgers 65 88 40.5 .425
Philadelphia A's 57 97 36.0 .370 New York Giants 46 108 60.0 .299

 

              

 

 

1943 Highlights

 

5+ Hits
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Vern Stephens St. Louis
5 hits
St. Louis vs Washington
May 26
 
Jimmy Bloodworth Detroit
5 hits
Detroit vs Philadelphia
June 2
 
Johnny Lindell New York
5 hits
New York vs Philadelphia
June 13
 
Tuck Stainback New York
5 hits
New York vs Philadelphia
June 13
 
Eddie Miller Cincinnati
5 hits
Cincinnati vs New York
July 3
 
Johnny Rucker New York
5 hits
Cincinnati vs New York
July 3
 
Dixie Walker Brooklyn
5 hits
Chicago vs Brooklyn                      
July 5
 
Heinz Becker Chicago
5 hits
Chicago vs New York
July 11
 
Joe Medwick New York
5 hits
New York vs St. Louis
July 21
                                   
Mickey Witek New York
5 hits
New York vs St. Louis
July 21
 
Bill Nicholson Chicago
5 hits
New York vs Chicago
July 25
 
Arky Vaughan Brooklyn
5 hits
Brooklyn vs Pittsburgh
July 25
 
Ray Mueller Cincinnati
5 hits
Cincinnati vs New York                          
August 17
 
Maurice Van Robays Pittsburgh
5 hits
St. Louis vs Pittsburgh
August 30
 
Pete Suder Philadelphia
5 hits
Washington vs Philadelphia
September 11
 
Mark Christman St. Louis
5 hits
St. Louis vs Washington
September 23
 
Mike Chartak St. Louis
5 hits
St. Louis vs Philadelphia
September 26
 
Irv Hall Philadelphia
5 hits
St. Louis vs Philadelphia
September 28
 
Stan Hack Chicago
5 hits
Boston vs Chicago
October 1
 
4+ XB Hits
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Joe Hoover Detroit
4 XB Hits
Detroit vs Cleveland
June 17
 
8+ RBI
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Charlie Keller New York
8 RBI
New York vs Washington
May 2
 
 
No-Hit Games
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Howie Pollet St. Louis
Cincinnati vs St. Louis
June 16
 
Stubby Overmire Detroit
Detroit vs Philadelphia
July 26
 
Yank Terry Boston
Boston vs Chicago
August 14
 
 
1-Hit Games
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Rip Sewell Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh vs Chicago
April 25
 
Spud Chandler New York
New York vs Boston
April 29
 
Whit Wyatt Brooklyn
Brooklyn vs New York
May 2
 
Spud Chandler New York
Philadelphia vs New York
May 9
 
Spud Chandler New York
New York vs St. Louis
May 16
 
Schoolboy Rowe Philadelphia
Pittsburgh vs Philadelphia
May 22
 
Mort Cooper St. Louis
Boston vs St. Louis
May 26
 
Tex Hughson Boston
Cleveland vs Boston
May 27
 
Ed Head Brooklyn
Brooklyn vs Pittsburgh
May 28
 
Rip Sewell Pittsburgh
Philadelphia vs Pittsburgh
May 30
 
Thornton Lee Chicago
Philadelphia vs Chicago
July 4
 
Spud Chandler New York
Philadelphia vs New York
July 18
 
Mel Harder Cleveland
Cleveland vs Philadelphia
July 23
 
Cliff Melton New York
New York vs Chicago
July 25
 
Ray Scarborough Washington
St. Louis vs Washington
August 1
 
Dizzy Trout Detroit
Philadelphia vs Detroit
August 17
 
Al Brazle St. Louis
St. Louis vs Boston
August 22
 
Ed Hanyzewski Chicago
Chicago vs Pittsburgh
August 29
 
Tiny Bonham New York
New York vs Boston
September 12
 
Whit Wyatt Brooklyn
Brooklyn vs Boston
September 13
 
Mort Cooper St. Louis
Chicago vs St. Louis
September 17
 
Hal Newhouser Detroit
Detroit vs Boston
September 28
 
Ernie White St. Louis
New York vs St. Louis
October 2
 
14+ whoofs
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Johnny Vander Meer Cincinnati
14 whiffs
St. Louis vs Cincinnati
April 21
 
Hank Borowy New York
14 whiffs
New York vs Cleveland
May 22
 
Van Lingle Mungo New York
14 whiffs
Chicago vs New York
August 22
 
Longest Winning Streak
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Butch Wensloff, Paul Derringer and Early Wynn – 11 games each
Longest Losing Streak
Ken Chase (Giants), 13 games, starting May 28.
 
Longest Team Winning Streak
Cubs, 20 games, starting May 27.
 
Longest Team Losing Streak
A’s, 13 games, starting June 11.
 
 
April 25 – Yanks beat Bosox in 15, 3-2.
April 27 – Bums; Whitlow Wyatt and Phill’s Schoolboy Rowe hook up in 11 inning complete game 2-0 Bums’ victory.
April 29 – Tigers beat Browns 16-22-0/1-7-1.  Every Tiger except Bloodworth had at least 1 hit.  
May 1 – Yanks beat Nats, 17-20-0/5-10-3.    Indians’ Vern Kennedy (1-0, 1.50) pitches CG 13 inning shutout aginst Tigers (Tigers’ Hal White pitches first 12),
 winning 1-6-0/0-10-1.
May 2 – Yanks and Nats split, with NY taking nightcap, 14-12-1/0-6-2.  Keller double, triple and homer with 8 RBI and 4 runs.  Bums sweep Giants who
 are now 0-10.
May 4 – Braves beat Giants 17-19-0/0-2-0.  NY now 0-11.  
May 5  - Giants’ Cliff Melton 2-hits Braves in opener, 4-10-1/02-1, giving NY it’s first ’43 victory (1-11).
May 16 – Nats beat Tigers in nightcap, 16-19-1/5-9-5.
May 26 – Nats lose to Nats, 17-21-1/1-7-1.  Vern Stephens 5-6, 4 RBI, 3 runs, double, homer.  Every Brown starter, except catcher (Hayes) had at least 1 hit.  
May 28 – Bums’ Ed Head 1-hits Pirates, 11-16-0/0-1-1 (2 walks).  Only Buc hit is 1st inning double by Bob Elliott.
June 1 – Braves (Red Barrett) beat Pirates (Jack Hallett) in 14 innings, 1-5-0/0-5-0.  Both pitchers go the distance.
June 2 – Pirates (Hebert) beat Braves (Andrews) in 13, 1-2-0/0-7-1.  Both pitchers go the route.
June 13 – Yanks sweep A’s, taking nightcap 22-29-0/0-4-1.  Every Yank, except sub Grimes, had at least 1 hit.  Etten 3-7, 5 RBI.  Lindell 5-7, 4 RBI.  
June 16 – Cards’ Howie Pollet no hits Reds (2 walks), 7-8-0/0-0-0. 
June 18 – Tribe beats Chisox, 15-16-1/0-3-0.  Every Tribe starter including pitcher Smith,  except Keltner, had at least 1 hit.  
July 11 (at All Star break) – Cubs are 1 behind Cards.  Cubs (50-26) have won 16 straight. 
July 13 – AL beats NL 13-2 in All Star game.  Keller 3-3, 5 RBI, homer, double.  Ralph Hodgin 3-3, 3 RBI, 2 doubles.
July 17 – Cubs (Derringer 11-1/2.45) beat Reds for 18th straight. Cards lose and Chicago now ½ back.
July 18  – Cubs sweep Reds, taking nightcap 2-1 in 14 innings.  Chicago has now won 20 straight.  Cards split w/Pirates and drop ½ back.
July 21 – Braves (Nate Andrews) snap Cubs’ 20 game streak, beating them 7-2.
July 22- Nats (Dutch Leonard, 9-9/3.01) beat Tigers (Henshaw, 2-5/6.11) in 12 innings, 1-5-0/0-3-1.  Both pitchers go route.
July 24 – Bums beat Pirates in 19 innings, 9-20-2/7-20-2.
July 26 – Tigers’ Stubby Overmire (6-5, 2.25) no-hits A’s, 5-6-0/0-0-0.  Gives up 4 walks.
August 1 – Reds beat Giants in 15 innings in opener, 1-8-1/0-9-2.  Chartak’s double in top of 2nd is only Brown hit as Nats’ Scarborough (4-7, 8.29) beats St. Louis (5 walks) in opener, 5-10-3/0-1-0.
August 12 – Reds beat Bums, 16-16-2/5-10-1.  Bert Haas 5 RBI, Eric Tipton 4.
August 14 – Browns beat Yanks 6-3, snapping NY’s 11 game winning streak.   Red Sox’s Yank Terry (5-10, 2.52) no-hits Chisox, 2-10-1/0-0-0.  Misses perfect
 game with a walk to Wally Moses with 2 outs in top of 9th.
August 17 – Tigers’ Dizzy Trout (12-7, 1.26) 1-hits 92 walks0 A’s, 4-4-3/0-1-2.  Only hit is 7th inning lead-off single by Jim Tyack.
August 21- Yanks (Borowy10-8, 3.76) beats Tribe 1-0 in 11 inning shutout.  Tribe’s Bagby also goes the distance.
August 22  - Bums split w/Pirates, taking nightcap 17-18-0/7-13-1.  Dixie Walker 4-5, 5 RBI, double.  Cubs sweep Giants, taking nightcap in 15 innings,
 2-7-0/1-8-2.  Cards split with Braves and are now tied for 1st with Cubs (78-37).
August 26 – Nats’ Wynn (20-4, 1.85) becomes 43’s 1st 20 game winner, beating Browns in opener of twin bill, 18-21-2/0-8-1.
September 2 – Browns beat Tigers, 2-0 in 16 innings.  Browns’ Sundra goes first 15.
September 11- Yanks’ Spud Chandler (20-6, 1.70) beats Red Sox to win his 20th.  Wynn had previously won his 20th.
September 17 – Bums beat Giants 18-19-0/4-12-3.  Every Bum starter, except pitcher Higbe, had at least 1 hit.  Howard Schultz homer, double, 6 RBI, 2-5.
September 22 – Giants’ Voiselle (2-0, 0.00) appears in his 2nd big league game and pitches his 2nd straight shutout, this time against Reds, 4-0.  Phils
 beat Cubs in 17 innings, 2-7-0/0-2-0.  Cubs’ Passeau goers the distance, losing.  Phils’ starter Barrett goes first 15 scoreless innings.
September 25 – Cards beat Phills 8-7 to clinch NL.  Pirates beat Giants, 19-20-1/3-11-3.  Every Buc starter except Johnny Barrett had at least 1 hit.
September 26 – Browns sweep A’s, taking nightcap, 15-19-1/2-8-1.  Every Brown had at least 1 hit.  Chartak 5-6, double, triple, 4 runs.  Floyd Baker 3-5,
5 RBI.
September 27 – White Sox take opener against Nats, clinching AL for Yanks.
September 29 – Cubs slaughter Giants, 24-21-5/7-7-2.  Every Cub starter except Lowrey had at least 1 hit.  Nicholson 3-4, homer, 5 RBI.  Ostrowski 2-2, 2 triples, 6 RBI.
October 8 – Cards (Lanier) beat Yanks (Chandler) in 13 innings, 3-8-2/2-9-2.  Both pitchers go the distance.  Lanier 14 K’s.