1953 Replay (1997)
Sunday, September 27, 1953

FINAL Stats

AL League Leaders | NL League Leaders
Team Hitting | Team Pitching

Current Standings

American League

W

L

Pct

GB

New York Yankees

97

54

.642

-

Chicago White Sox

89

65

.578

9.5

Cleveland Indians

88

66

.571

10.5

Boston Red Sox

86

67

.562

12.0

Washington Nationals

74

78

.487

23.5

Philadelphia Athletics

64

90

.416

34.5

St. Louis Browns

58

96

.377

40.5

Detroit Tigers

57

97

.370

41.5

National League

W

L

Pct

GB

Brooklyn Dodgers

107

47

.695

-

Milwaukee Braves

92

62

.597

15.0

St. Louis Cardinals

89

65

.578

18.0

Cincinnati Redlegs

81

73

.526

26.0

Philadelphia Phillies

75

79

.487

32.0

New York Giants

74

80

.481

33.0

Chicago Cubs

57

97

.370

50.0

Pittsburgh Pirates

41

113

.266

66.0

Created with Recaps version 1.0 by Ron Bernier

 

  

 

 

 

Season Highlights

3+ Homers

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Monte Irvin New York

3 homers

New York vs Brooklyn

April 26

 

Andy Seminick Cincinnati                               

3 homers

Chicago vs Cincinnati

May 29

 

Willard Marshall Cincinnati

3 homers

Cincinnati vs Pittsburgh

June 6

 

Alvin Dark New York

3 homers

Cincinnati vs New York

July 26                                         

 

Del Ennis Philadelphia

3 homers

Philadelphia vs New York

August 16

 

Pee Wee Reese Brooklyn

3 homers

Cincinnati vs Brooklyn

August 28

 

Vern Stephens St. Louis

3 homers

Detroit vs St. Louis                       

September 4

 

 

The Cycle

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Gus Triandos New York

Detroit vs New York

May 19

 

Bill Renna New York

Detroit vs New York

May 19

 

Hank Thompson New York           

New York vs Brooklyn          

May 27

 

Gil Hodges Brooklyn

Brooklyn vs Pittsburgh

May 29

 

Stan Musial St. Louis

St. Louis vs Philadelphia

June 3

 

Granny Hamner Philadelphia

St. Louis vs Philadelphia

June 3

 

 

5+ Hits

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Mickey Mantle New York

5 hits

New York vs Philadelphia

April 19

 

Del Rice St. Louis

5 hits

St. Louis vs Chicago

April 25

 

Walt Dropo Detroit

5 hits

Philadelphia vs Detroit

May 1

 

Jim Busby Washington

5 hits

Washington vs Detroit

May 5

 

Wayne Terwilliger Washington

5 hits

Washington vs Philadelphia

May 10

 

Mickey Vernon Washington

5 hits

Washington vs Philadelphia

May 10

 

Roy Campanella Brooklyn

5 hits

Brooklyn vs St. Louis

May 14

 

Paul Smith Pittsburgh

5 hits

Pittsburgh vs St. Louis

May 20

 

Alvin Dark New York

5 hits

Brooklyn vs New York

May 22

 

Alvin Dark New York

5 hits

New York vs Pittsburgh

May 25

 

Stan Musial St. Louis

5 hits

St. Louis vs Chicago

May 25

 

Joe Szekely Cincinnati

5 hits

St. Louis vs Cincinnati

May 27

 

Connie Ryan Philadelphia

5 hits

Philadelphia vs Pittsburgh

May 28

 

Vic Wertz St. Louis

5 hits

St. Louis vs Detroit

May 30

 

Granny Hamner Philadelphia

5 hits

St. Louis vs Philadelphia

June 3

 

Dee Fondy Chicago

5 hits

Chicago vs Pittsburgh

June 4

 

Willard Marshall Cincinnati

5 hits

Cincinnati vs Pittsburgh

June 6

 

Eddie Miksis Chicago

5 hits

Chicago vs New York

June 7

 

Johnny Antonelli Milwaukee

5 hits

Milwaukee vs Philadelphia

June 7

 

Jimmy Piersall Boston

5 hits

Boston vs Detroit

June 7

 

Pete Runnels Washington

5 hits

Washington vs Chicago

June 7

 

Joe DeMaestri Philadelphia

5 hits

St. Louis vs Philadelphia

June 26

 

Gil Hodges Brooklyn

5 hits

Brooklyn vs Pittsburgh

July 6

 

Richie Ashburn Philadelphia

5 hits

Philadelphia vs New York

July 6

 

Don Mueller New York

5 hits

Philadelphia vs New York

July 6

 

Granny Hamner Philadelphia

5 hits

Philadelphia vs New York

July 7

 

Solly Hemus St. Louis

5 hits

Pittsburgh vs St. Louis

July 29

 

Harvey Kuenn Detroit

5 hits

Detroit vs Boston

August 2

 

Eddie Robinson Philadelphia

5 hits

Detroit vs Philadelphia

August 9

 

Dale Mitchell Cleveland

5 hits

Cleveland vs St. Louis

August 16

 

Bob Boyd Chicago

5 hits

Chicago vs Detroit

August 16

 

Irv Noren New York

5 hits

Philadelphia vs New York

August 22

 

Roy McMillan Cincinnati

5 hits

Cincinnati vs St. Louis

August 23

 

Enos Slaughter St. Louis

5 hits

St. Louis vs Pittsburgh

August 28

 

Jim Delsing Detroit

5 hits

Detroit vs St. Louis

September 6

 

Roy McMillan Cincinnati

5 hits

Philadelphia vs Cincinnati

September 12

 

Earl Torgeson Philadelphia

5 hits

Philadelphia vs Chicago

September 17

 

 

4+ XB Hits

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Alvin Dark New York

4 XB Hits

Brooklyn vs New York

May 22

 

Billy Cox Brooklyn

4 XB Hits

Cincinnati vs Brooklyn

July 19

 

Stan Musial St. Louis

4 XB Hits

St. Louis vs New York

July 22

 

Vern Stephens St. Louis

4 XB Hits

Detroit vs St. Louis

September 4

 

 

8+ RBI

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Bob Milliken Brooklyn

8 RBI

Brooklyn vs Milwaukee

May 20

 

Willard Marshall Cincinnati

8 RBI

Cincinnati vs Pittsburgh

June 6

 

Johnny Logan Milwaukee

8 RBI

Milwaukee vs Philadelphia

June 7

 

 

No-Hit Games

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Warren Spahn Milwaukee

Milwaukee vs Chicago

May 23

 

Warren Spahn Milwaukee

Philadelphia vs Milwaukee

September 9

 

 

1-Hit Games

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Ned Garver Detroit

Detroit vs Cleveland

April 26

 

Gerry Staley St. Louis

St. Louis vs New York

May 1

 

Mike Fornieles Chicago

Chicago vs Detroit

May 24

 

Eddie Lopat New York

New York vs St. Louis

June 7

 

Sandy Consuegra Chicago

Philadelphia vs Chicago

June 10

 

Carl Erskine Brooklyn

St. Louis vs Brooklyn

July 17

 

Virgil Trucks Chicago

Philadelphia vs Chicago

July 26

 

Alex Kellner Philadelphia

Cleveland vs Philadelphia

August 2

 

Ruben Gomez New York

Philadelphia vs New York

August 16

 

Ruben Gomez New York

Milwaukee vs New York

August 29

 

Whitey Ford New York

New York vs Chicago

September 1

 

Whitey Ford New York

Chicago vs New York

September 9

 

Warren Spahn Milwaukee

Milwaukee vs St. Louis

September 23

 

 

14+ whoofs

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Vinegar Bend Mizell St. Louis

14 whiffs

Pittsburgh vs St. Louis

July 30

 

Alex Kellner Philadelphia

14 whiffs

Cleveland vs Philadelphia

August 2

 

 

Combined 1-Hitters

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Brooklyn

Cincinnati vs Brooklyn ç = non-regulation game

June 10

 

STREAKS (from Hi-Lites)

Winning: Robin Roberts 12 games

Losing: Ray Herbert 10 and Harry Byrd (twice!)

Hitting: Harvey Kuenn 36 games

Hitless: Bob Rush 23 games

Team Winning: Redlegs 14 games

Team Losing: Pirates 24 games

 

 

 

April 24 - Boston beats A’s in 16, 3-12-1/2-12-1.

April 26 - Monte Irvin hits 3 homers (5 RBI) against Dodgers, as Giants beat them, 12-16-1/5-6-2. Irvin is then removed, before his last Ab, by buckshot Williams.

April 30 - Cards come back from 9-2 deficit to beat Phils 15-17-0/14-22-4 with 7 runs in top of 9th. Every Card starter, except the pitcher, had at least 1 hit. Musial 4-4, 3 runs, 3 RBI. Every Phil starter, including pitcher (Roberts) had at least 1 hit too. Ashburn 4-5.

May 1 - A’s beat Tigers, 18-25-1/12-19-4. Dropo 5 hits.

May 4 - Raschi beats Tigers, 16-26-1/0-4-0. Every starter had at least 1 hit. Woodling 2-5 with a grand slam and 5 RBI. Giants beat Reds in nightcap of twin-bill, 20-22-1/2-9-4. Every starter except pitcher (Hearn) had at least 1 hit. Lockman 4-4, 3 RBI, 3 runs. Phil’s Konstanty beats Cubs, 19-21-0/2-7-2. Every Phil starter had at least 1 hit.

May 9 - Cards (Haddix) beats Redlegs 16-23-0/1-7-1. Hemus, Slaughter, Jablonski, Bilko and (late inning replacement) Lowrey had 3 hits.

May 10 - Bums blow 10-5 lead to Phills, losing in 12, 11-17-1/10-15-2. Ryan, Ennis and Campy had 4 hits. Snider and Hodges had 2 homer each. Cards (Mizell) bats Redlegs, 19-24-2/0-3-2. Every Card starter had at least 1 hit.

Nats’ Porterfield beats A’s, 20-23-1/1-10-0. Terwilliger 5-5 (5 RBI), Vernon 5-7 (7 RBI). Grasso 4 RBI. Jensen 0-6.

May 13 - Bums (Erskine) beat Cards, 16-24-1/1-5-2. Every Brooklyn starter had at least 1 hit. Campy 5-6, 4 runs, 4 RBI, homer.

May 15 - Phils beat Cubs, 17-20-1/5-10-2.

May 16 - Braves beat Phils in 16, 4-11-2/3-12-4 after tying Phils in bottom of 15th.

May 20 - Bums come back to beat Braves, 13-16-0/9-15-1 with 5 in top of 8th, climaxed by Hodges’ 2nd grand slam of the game (1st was PH GS in 4th). Hodges 3-3, 3 runs, double, 8 RBI. Every Bum starter except pitcher had at least 1 hit.

May 22 - Red Sox blow 11-2 lead in 9th when A’s score 10 in top of 9th (Zernial GS) to take lead. Boston comes back and scores 2 in bottom of 9th to win 13-14-1/12-12-3.

May 23 - Spahn no-hits Cubs, 6-14-1/0-0-2. Gives up 2 walks. Cards (7 homers)

beat Reds 25-20-0/6-10-1 with 12 runs in bottom of 6th. Every Card starter had at least 1 hit. Musial 4-7, 6 RBI, 2 homers, 3 runs.

May 26 - Cleve (Feller) beats Tigers, 18-15-2/1-4-3. Rosen, Kennedy and Strickland each had 4 RBI.

May 27 - Giants (Corwin) break Bums’ 13 game winning streak, beating Brooklyn 9-13-1/4-7-1.

May 31 - Bums (Milliken) beat Pittsburgh in nightcap of doubleheader, 16-16-1/0-6-2.Every Bum starter except Milliken had at least 1 hit. Standings after 5/31 games:

June 1 - Redlegs beat Giants, 17-17-1/3-5-3. Every Redleg starter except pitcher had at least 1 hit. Klu 4-4, 4 runs, 3 RBI, homer; Greengrass 3-4, 3 runs, 2 homers, 3 RBI.

June 3 - Hamner (5-5, 3 runs, 11 total bases, 1 RBI) and Musial (4-5, 1 run, 2 RBI, 10 total bases) both hit for the cycle as Phils beat Cards, 9-16-1/8-15-0.

June 4 - Giants beat Redlegs, 16-20-1/5-11-2. Ray Noble (4-5, 3 runs, 4 RBI) homers twice. Every Giant starter has at least 1 hit.

June 6 - Redlegs (Raffensberger) beat Pirates, 20-22-0/0-6-0. Marshall 3 homers, 5-5, 4 runs, 8 RBI. Bobby Adams 4-5. 34 players appeared. Red Sox beat Tigers in first game of doubleheader, 20-16-1/15-19-0. Piersall 4 RBI, 4 hits, Stephens 4 RBI. Zero HR in the game.

June 7 - Lopat pitches 1 hitter (no walks) in 1st game of doubleheader against Browns, beating them 5-8-0/0-1-0. Redlegs beat Pittsburgh in nightcap of doubleheader, 22-21-0/7-8-2, scoring 11 runs in top of 1st. Every Redleg starter had at least 1 hit. Gus Bell 2-5, 2 homers, 6 RBI, 3 runs. McMillan 4-6, 3 runs. Braves (Antonelli) beat Phillies in 1st game of doubleheader, 22-26-1/2-6-3. Every Brave starter has at least 1 hit. Antonelli 5-6, 3 runs, 3 RBI. Jack Dittmer 4-5, 4 runs, 4 RBI. Logan 4-6, 8 RBI, homer, 2 doubles.

June 12 - Cards (Staley) beats Giants 18-22-0/1-6-3. Schoendienst 4-5, 2 runs, 3 RBI, homer; Slaughter 4-4, double, triple, 2 runs, 3 RBI. Every Card starter had at least 1 hit.

June 20 - Yanks move into 1st by percentage points, beating Tigers 15-2 while Chisox lose to A’s 5-2.

June 23 - Cards beat Giants, 16-23-0/10-14-3. Every starting Card except pitcher had at least 1 hit.

June 24-Yanks pull 1game aheadof Chisox by coming back to win when McDougald squeezes home Mantle in bottom of 10th to give NY a 12-14-0/11-16-1 win. Yanks had led 9-2 after 5 but Chicago scored 5 in top of 9th off Kuzana and Gorman (Gorman BS). Minoso 4-5. Berra 2 homers, 3-4, 4 runs, 4 RBI. Dodgers beat Redlegs, 14-15-0/3-10-1. Snider 3-5, 2 homers (28, 82 RBI).

July 4 - Yanks take 2 from A’s, 8-2 (Lopat) and 8-0 (McDonald) while Chisox drop twin-bill to Browns, 3-2 (on Bobby Young homer in bottom of 9th) and 5-2 in nightcap. Yanks move back into 1st, by 3 percentage points (45-27 versus 46-28 for Chicago).

July 6 - Yanks take doubleheader from A’s on 2 shutouts (Sain and Raschi) while Garcia shots out Chicago. Yanks move 1.5 up. Dodgers beat Pirates 24-26-0/3-9-2. Every starter except pitcher had at least 2 hits. Hodges 5-5, 3 runs, 3 RBI. Cox and Campy 4-6 (4 runs, 5 RBI).

July 7 - Dodgers beat Pirates again, 22-20-1/6-5-2. Every Bum starter except Erskine had at least 1 hit. Furillo 6 RBI, homer; Jackie 5 RBI.

July 10 - Yanks (Lopat) shuts-out Nats, 3-9-1/0-6-2 while Feller shuts-out Chisox 2-8-0/0-3-1 on 2 run homer by Owen Friend. Chicago drops into 3rd, 4 games back, as Tribe moves into 2nd, 3.5 back. Chicago comes back to take night-cap, 15-19-0/5-10-1, despite 2 homers by Strickland. Every Chisox starter had at least 1 hit. Boyd (sub) 4-4, 2 runs, homer, 5 RBI. Chicago back into 2nd, 3.5 back.

July 11 - Sain pitches Yanks’ 4th straight shutout, this one over Nats, 5-7-2/0-4-1. Gives up 1 walk. Yanks have now permitted no scoring in 31 IP. Wynn beats Dobson 6-12-1/5-9-0 to move Tribe back into 2nd, 4 games back of Yanks. Luke Easter 3-4, 2 homers, 5 RBI.

July 12 - McDonald pitches his 2nd straight shutout and Yanks’ 5th straight, extending Yanks’ scoreless streak to 39 IP, beating Nats, 5-10-1-/0-3-0. Indians take doubleheader from Chicago dropping White Sox 5 games back in 3rd place. Cleveland 3.5 back at All Star break. Bums 11 up over Cards. Morrie Martin (A’s) bests Skinny Brown (Boston) in 11 innings, 1-5-0/0-5-0, in 1st game of twin-bill.

July 19 - Chisox beat Yanks in 1st game of doubleheader on Fornieles’ 7 hitter but then lose to Yanks on Martin GS in top of 9th in nightcap, 7-13-0/2-7-0. Chicago remains 3rd, 7 out. Giants come back and beat Braves in nightcap of doubleheader in bottom of 15th on 2 run homer by Westrum after Mathews homered in top of 15th to put Milwaukee ahead. Braves took 1st game 5-1.

July 20 - Cards beat Pirates, 22-20-1/0-5-3. Musial 4-5, 5 RBI, 5 runs, homer, double. Slaughter 3-5, 6 RBI, double, homer. Bilko 2 homers, 4 RBI.

July 22 - Pirates Johnny O’Brien hits his first 2 homers (solo) as Buccos beat Redlegs, 13-15-1/7-9-2.

July 24 - Boston beats Browns in 2nd game of doubleheader, 17-22-2/8-10-2. Every Sox starter got at least 1 hit. Del Wilber 2-4, 2 runs, 5 RBI, 2 homers.

July 25 - Bums score 10 in top of 1st against Milwaukee. Snider 5 RBI, 2 doubles in 1st inning. Jackie also had 2 hits (1 double) in 1st. Game ends in top of 7th (rain) as Bums win 17-17-0/1-4-2. Duke 7 RBI, homer, Jackie 4-5, 3 runs.

July 26 - Yanks take 2 from Tigers, 5-8-1/1-8-0 and 17-20-2-6-8-1. Every Yank starter except pitcher Sain had at least 1 hit in nightcap. Tribe drops 2 to Nats, dropping 5 back of NY. Chisox sweep A’s, with Trucks pitching a 1 hitter in nightcap (only hit was in top of 8th; single by Cass Michaels). Chicago now 5.5 back. Giants’ Dark hits 3 homers (4-4, 6 RBI, 3 runs) in 1st game of doubleheader against Redlegs. Giants win, 13-19-1/3-7-1. Every Jint starter except Maglie had at least 1 hit. Bobby Thomson 5 RBI, 2 triples, 2-5.

July 31- Yanks come back to beat Browns in 15 on homer by Mize in bottom of 15th. Mize also pinch-homered in 8th. Standings after 8/31 games:

August 2 - A’s Kellner 1 hits Tribe in nightcap of doubleheader, striking out 14 (2 walks) as he wins, 3-7-0/0-1-2. Only hit is 2nd inning single by Owen Friend. Cleve tied w/Chosox in 2nd, 4 behind Yanks.

August 3 - Yanks come from 7-0 deficit in top of 4th to beat Browns, 10-9-0/8-10-3 on Berra’s grand slam in bottom of 8th. It was Berra’s 2nd homer of the game (6 RBI). Chicago (Pierce) shuts out Nats to move White Sox .5 games ahead of Cleveland into 2nd, 4 back of Yanks.

August 4 - Chisox beat A’s, 15-19-5/12-12-3 as Harry Byrd loses his 20th. Every Sox starter except the pitcher had at least 1 hit. Byrd gave up 13 hits and 10 runs (9 earned) in 6 2/3 IP. Byrd now 2-20, 8.02 ERA.

August 5 - Yanks (McDonald) beat Tigers, 17-20-0/3-8-2. Mantle 3-4, 4 RBI, double, homer. Triandos 3-5, double, homer, 5 RBI. Bauer 4-5, 4 runs, double, homer, 2 RBI. Giants (Jansen) beat Cubs in opener of doubleheader, 16-22-0/1-6-2. Every Jint starter except Calderone had at least 1 hit. Irvin 4-5, 2 runs, double. Giants (Worthington) also take 2nd game, 17-13-1/1-6-1. Irvin 4-5, 3 RBI, 1 double, Mueller 4-6, 2 runs. Williams returns and Karl Olson gets his 1st hit (single) of ’53, after going 0-22 (2 walks in 24 PA).

August 12 - Redlegs beat Cubs in opener of doubleheader, 21-24-0/4-16-2. Every Reds’ player had at least 1 hit, except for defensive sub Borkowski (0 PA). Bell and McMillan had 4 hits each. Doby homers in bottom of 11th to beat Chisox, 4-12-1/3-9-1, after Chicago had tied the game at 3 in top of 9th. Chisox drop to 7 out, Cleveland remains 4 behind Yanks.

August 13 - Dodgers beat Giants, 18-20-1/9-12-1. Gilliam and Campy had 4 hits.

August 16 - Yanks take 2 from A’s while Cleve is swept by Browns. Browns come back in nightcap from 11-6 deficit and score 6 in bottom of 9th off Houtteman and Hoskins to win 12-18-2/11-16-1. Dale Mitchell 5-6, Johnny Groth 405, double and homer. Yanks move 6 up. Roberts wins 20th (20-7) over Giants in 1st game of twin-bill, 14-15-3/2-4-1. Del Ennis 3 homers, 4-5, 3 runs, 6 RBI. Willie Jones 3-4, 2 homers, 3 RBI, 4 runs. Roberts homer, 3 RBI.

August 19 - Minos has 3 triples and Rivera one as White Sox (Pierce) beat Browns, 8-16-1/1-4-3.

August 20 - Nats come back to tie Yanks at 2 in top of 9th and then pull ahead 3-2 in top of 10th, but Berra then homers with 1 out and 1 on in bottom of 10th to give Yanks the win, 4-10-1/-3-7-1 as Detroit (Grey) shuts-out Cleveland, 1-4-3/0-6-0. Yanks now 7 up over Tribe and 8 over Chicago.

August 27 - Yanks come back to beat Cleve, 2-13-0/1-5-0 on Bauer double in bottom of 8th, scoring Collins on hit-and-run off Mike Garcia. Yanks move 9 up over Tribe and 8.5 over Chicago. Magic Number now 21. Russ Meyer wins 20th (20-3) over Cubs, 13-11-2/8-12-1.

August 28 - Lopat goes to 13-3, 1.61ERA by shutting out Tribe, 2-9-0/0-3-0. Yanks now 10 up over Cleveland, 9 over White Sox. Reese hits 3 homers (3-4, 4 runs, 5 RBI) but Bums lose to Redlegs in 10, 8-10-0/7-9-1. Cards beat Pittsburgh, 18-19-0/5-15-3. Every Card starter had at least 1 hit. Slaughter 5-5, 3 runs, 7 RBI, triple, homer.

August 29 - Ruben Gomez (Giants) gives up no hits to Braves until the top of the 9th when Jack Dittmer homers to lead off. It’s the only hit but Braves (Burdette) win 1-1-1/0-3-1.

Yanks go 21-9 in August. Standings as of end of August 31 games:

September 1 - Whitey Ford pitches 1 hitter against Chisox, 4-6-0/0-1-2. The only hit is Nellie Fox’s double with 2 outs in bottom of 9th. Chicago falls to 7.5 back; Yanks Magic Number drops to 17.

September 5 - Spahn wins his 20th (20-6/2.03ERA) with a 2 hitter against the Cards, 1-3-1/0-2-0.

September 10 - Ford pitches 1 hitter against Chisox 3-10-1/0-1-2 to reduce Yanks Magic Number to 9. Only hit is single by Sam Mele with 2 outs in top of 7th. Red Sox beat Tribe in bottom of 9th on Sammy White homer, 5-8-2/4-4-2, reducing Yanks’ Magic Number to 8. Spahn no-hits Phils (2 walks), 1-4-0/0-0-2. Dodgers clinch, beating Redlegs, 9-11-1/1-6-2.

September 13 - A’s Harry Byrd loses his 28th (3-28, 7.16ERA) versus Browns.

September 14 - Boston’s Bill Henry beats Chisox 6-10-1/0-5-0 giving Yanks a tie for pennant (Magic Number now 1).

September 16 - Yanks clinch as Mantle plays SS. Lopat (15-3/1.63 ERA) beats Browns in opener of doubleheader, 12-15-1/1-7-1. In nightcap, Browns score 13 runs in top of 2nd to win 16-12-0/1-4-4. Turley pitches CG. Bums score 12 in top of 5th as they beat Cards, 23-21-1/9-16-4 for their 103rd victory. Every Bum starter had at least 1 hit. Snider, Cox and Rube Walker each had 4 RBI.

September 17 - Erskine wins 20th (20-7/3.30 ERA) over Cards, 10-12-0/2-6-0.

September 20 - Phills’ Lindell beats Bums, 17-19-1/1-3-1. Only Dodger run is homer by Belardi in bottom of 9th. Every starting Phil had at least 1 hit.

September 22 - Redlegs beat Cubs in nightcap of doubleheader, 18-20-2/5-8-1. Every Red, including the reliever, had at least 1 hit. Hatton (leading off) 4-6, 6 RBI, homer.