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Old 03-04-2019, 11:29 PM   #61
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May






Batter of the Month

Ted Williams - 1941 Boston Red Sox
(.413, 8 HR, 20 RBI, 30 R in May)

Pitcher of the Month

Tom Glavine - 2006 New York Mets
(5-1, 1.45 ERA, 49.2 IP, 38 K in May)

Major Injuries

Charlie Hough - 1978 Dodgers (elbow) 5 weeks
Jesse Haines - 1936 Cardinals (Elbow) Out for season
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Batter of the Month

Ted Williams - 1941 Red Sox
(.413, 8 HR, 24 RBI, 21 R in June)

Pitcher of the Month

Don Sutton - 1973 Los Angeles Dodgers
(4-1, 55.1 IP, 58 K, 20 BB, 44 H, 3.27 ERA in June)

Major Injuries

Dick Newsome - 1941 Red Sox (Rotator cuff) 6 weeks
Carl Hubbell - 1934 NY Giants (Shoulder) 4 weeks
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Batter of the Month

Ted Williams - 1941 Boston Red Sox
(.369, 7 HR, 21 RBI, 23 R, .495 OBP in July)

Pitcher of the Month

Andy Petitte - 2003 New York Yankees
(6 starts, 0.85 ERA, 41 K, 42.1 IP in July)

Major Injuries

David Wells - 2003 New York Yankees (Finger) 4 months
Tom Glavine - 2006 New York Mets (Forearm) 4 weeks
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Batter of the Month
Johnny Mize - 1936 St. Louis Cardinals
(.427, 7 HR, 22 RBI, 20 R in August)

Pitcher of the Month
Andy Messersmith - 1973 Los Angeles Dodgers
(50.2 IP, .188 OBA, 55 K, 1.60 ERA in August)

Major Injuries

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Batter of the Month

Ted Williams - 1941 Boston Red Sox
(.512, 10 HR, 23 RBi, 27 R in September)

Pitcher of the Month

Don Sutton - 1973 Los Angeles Dodgers
(58.1 IP, 52 K, 1.08 ERA in September)

Major injuries

Al Downing - 1973 Dodgers (UCL) Season
Pedro Feliciano - 2006 Mets (Rotator cuff) Season
Mel Roach - 1958 Braves (Oblique) 2 weeks

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New York And LA Take Top

Season six was the season of big cities with 5 teams from New York or Los Angeles. To top the list was none other than the 2003 Yankees lead by Joe Torre who batted the Mets all season to finally take the pennant. Mariano Rivera saved 39 games and allowed 10 earned runs all season long. Jorge Posada hammered 35 home runs and despite Roger Clemens fighting injuries, the Yanks pitching had the best ERA in the league lead by Andy Pettite who won 18 games. The club won 27 of their last 40 games to take the title.

The 1973 Dodgers won 20 games in September and made their run for the pennant but a slow first half held them to 95 wins. Don Sutton won the pitching triple crown winning 24 games and striking out 294 batters. Sutton was just absolutely dominant but he had help as Andy Messersmith won 21 games and Jim Brewer was great out of the pen. The Dodgers also ranked as the top defensive team and Walter Alston had this team finishing strong. Willie Davis hit .314 and drove in 90 runs to lead the offense.

The 2006 Mets started strong and even finishing third with a slow finish impressed in season 6. The Mets using pitching and speed to win games and Jose Reyes proved his worth with an incredible season on the bases with 119 stolen bases. Tom Glavine won 19 games and along with Pedro Martinez proved that age is not a factor in good pitching. Carlos Delgado hammered 39 home runs while Carlos Beltran had 35 with both men over 100 RBI. The Mets had 30 win in the first two months of the season, but had a losing record in September.

The 1978 Dodgers had their ups and downs and it times it looked like they would not finish in the top 4. An 11 win June had Tom Lasorda and his team looking for adjustments, and this Dodger team did turn it around. Steve Garvey had 124 RBI and played a graceful first base while Davey Lopes stole 71 bases and scored 110 runs. Burt Hooten ended the season in the pen after a tough first half and Rick Rhoden filled in well down the stretch. The pen in the end saved this team alot of games.

Mel Ott had an MVP type season driving in a league leading 148 runs and hit .313. The 1936 Giants lead the league in average and were second in runs but were in far too many high scoring games. Their defense was at the bottom of the league and their pen was of very little help. Carl Hubbell was good when he started but injuries limited him. The Giants tried as they may but in the end did not play as well as their talent would have expected.

Hank Aaron only hit 24 home runs but hit .353 and drove in 100 runs. It was a fine season for Aaron but his 1958 Braves were not consistent enough to get where they wanted. Other then Aaron the Braves offense was worst in the league even as Wes Covington made the most of his chances with 45 home runs. Andy Pafko failed to hit his weight and Eddie Mathews drove in on 74 runs with a .257 average. The pitching was mediocre in the end and not a single arm struck out more than 200 batters.

Ted Williams did it again. The legend ended the season with a .410 average and 222 hits, 48 of them home runs. Williams had an incredible 14.6 WAR and walked over 160 times. It was good practice not to take your eyes off the Boston star as little by the rest of the 1941 Red Sox did very much. The team pitching was worse in the game with not a single arm able to win over 10 games. Boston went 3-13 to start the season and won only 9 games in August making it a long hot summer. Still the pursuit of Williams and .400 was a joy to watch, and there never should have been a doubt if he would do it, Williams came up just short in RBI for his triple crown bid.

The 1936 Cardinals lost 102 games and didn't seem challenged to push out of the cellar. Dizzy Dean was the only expected star of this team and his 20 win and 236 strikeouts fit the bill. His brother Paul however lost 22 games and the Cardinal pitching was a tough watch this season. Johnny Mize and Joe Medwick were a good duo in the middle of the order but a lack of pop and clutch hitting produce lackluster run totals. Fifty seven losses on the road and 10 losses in extra innings help better explain the 102 losses.

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Teams Advancing
1. 2003 New York Yankees
2. 1973 Los Angeles Dodgers
3. 2006 New York Mets
4. 1978 Los Angeles Dodgers


Most Valuable Player Award



(.410, 48 HR, 137 RBI, 222 H, .546 OBP, 161 BB, 14.6 WAR)

Cy Young Award



(24-11, 2.23 ERA, 294 K, 0.94 ERA, .241 OBA)
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1. 1993 Philadelphia Phillies


Rank: #284
Record: 97-65
Finish: Won NL Pennant; Lost in WS
Manager: Jim Fergosi
Ball Park: Veterans Stadium
WAR Leader: Lenny Dyskstra (6.6)
https://www.baseball-reference.com/teams/PHI/1993.shtml


2. 2011 Texas Rangers


Rank: #112
Record: 96-66
Finish: Won AL Pennant; Lost in WS
Manager: Ron Washington
Ball Park: Rangers Park at Arlington
WAR Leader: Ian Kinsler (7.0)
https://www.baseball-reference.com/teams/TEX/2011.shtml


3. 1952 New York Giants


Rank: #370
Record: 86-68
Finish: 2nd in NL
Manager: Leo Durocher
Ball Park: Polo Grounds
WAR Leader: Al Dark (5.8)
https://www.baseball-reference.com/teams/NYG/1952.shtml


4. 1931 Philadelphia Athletics


Rank: #101
Record: 107-45
Finish: Won NL Pennant: Lost in WAS
Manager: Connie Mack
Ball Park: Shibe Park
WAR Leader: Lefty Grove (10.0)
https://www.baseball-reference.com/teams/PHA/1931.shtml


5. 1916 Boston Braves



Rank: #396
Record: 89-63
Finish: 3rd in NL
Manager: George Stallings
Ball Park: Braves Field
WAR Leader: Rabbitt Marranville (5.3)
https://www.baseball-reference.com/teams/BSN/1916.shtml


6. 1985 Toronto Blue Jays


Rank: #261
Record: 99-63
Finish: Lost in ALCS
Manager: Bobby Cox
Ball Park: Exhibition Stadium
WAR Leader: Jesse Barfield (6.9)

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7. 1962 Los Angeles Dodgers


Rank: #236
Record: 102-63
Finish: 2nd in NL
Manager: Walter Alston
Ball Park: Dodger Stadium
WAR Leader: Tommy Davis (6.0)
https://www.baseball-reference.com/teams/LAD/1962.shtml




8. 1980 Philadelphia Phillies


Rank: #127
Record: 91-71
Finish: World Champions
Manager: Dallas Green
Ball Park: Veterans Stadium
WAR Leader: Steve Carlton (10.1)
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Batter of The Month

Lenny Dykstra - 1993 Philadelphia Phillies
(.400, 5 HR, 14 RBI, 19 R, 6 SB in April)

Pitcher of the Month

CJ Wilson - 2011 Texas Rangers
(5-1, 1.97 ERA, 59 K, 50.1 IP in April)

Major Injuries

Pete Incaviglia - 1993 Phillies (Quad) 3 weeks
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Batter of the Month

Mike Schmidt - 1980 Philadelphia Phillies
(.319, 9 HR, 20 R, 30 RBI in May)

Pitcher of the Month

George Earnshaw - 1931 Philadelphia Athletics
(71.1 IP, 44 K, 1.77 ERA, 5-1)

Major Injuries

Tim McCarver - 1980 Phillies (Hamstring) 2 weeks
Lou Finney - 1931 Athletics (Oblique) 2 weeks
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Batter of the Month

Jimmie Foxx - 1931 Philadelphia Athletics
(.327, 13 HR, 36 RBI, 23 R in June)

Pitcher of the Month

Sandy Koufax - 1962 Los Angeles Dodgers
(7-1, 1.57 ERA, 68.2 IP, 86 K, .169 OBA in June)

Major Injuries

Sherry Magee - 1916 Braves (torn labrum) Season
Rabbit Marranville - 1916 Braves (Elbow) Season
Jack Harshman - 1932 Giants (Shoulder) Season
Larry Christenson - 1980 Phillies (Elbow) Season
Lloyd Moseby - 1985 Blue Jays (Hamstring) 2 weeks
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Batter of the Month

Tommy Davis - 1962 Los Angeles Dodgers
(.356, 8 HR, 20 RBI, 17 R in July)

Pitcher of the Month

Sandy Koufax - 1962 Los Angeles Dodgers
(6-1, 2.03 ERA, 62 IP, 84 K, .214 OBA in July)

Injuries

Frank Allen - 1916 Boston Braves (Knee) 3 months
Max Lanier - 1952 New York Giants (Labrum) Season

Acheivements

July 12 - Nelson Cruz smacked three home runs at the Polo Grounds against the 1952 Giants.
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Batter of the Month

Adrian Beltre - 2011 Texas Rangers
(27 G, .367, 14 HR, 31 RBI, 27 R in August)

Pitcher of the Month

George Earnshaw - 1931 Philadelphia Athletics
(8 starts, 2.25 ERA, 49 K, 69 IP in August)

Major Injuries

Earl Blackburn - 1916 Braves (shoulder) 6 weeks
Lefty Grove - 1931 Athletics (ankle) 4 weeks
Bill Caudill - 1985 Blue Jays (shoulder) season
Jim Clancy - 1985 Blue Jays (shoulder) 5 weeks
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Koufax Dominates Season 7; Rangers Raise Flag




It is difficult to imagine Sandy Koufax being any better than he was in season seven, winning 30 games and almost single handedly raising the 1962 Dodgers to the coveted 4th place finish. However in the end it was the surprising 2011 Texas Rangers that took pennant honors.

In Texas Ron Washington kept his team believing. The name that lead this club on the field was none other than Adrien Beltre, who proved once again just how good he is. Fifty six home runs and 131 driven in while batting .331 gave pitchers heartburn all season long. Beltre lifted his teammates with his spirit while on the other side CJ Wilson threw gem after gem winning 29 games and hitting at ERA of 2.62. It seemed as this team grew stronger towards the end of the season, finishing with 19 wins in September.

The Athletics were the favorites and after an inconsistent start, a 12 game winning streak in August put a fire under Connie Mack's and they won 95 games; but more may have been expected. Al Simmons won the batting title and finished with 8.7 WAR while his partnership with Jimmie Foxx ravaged opponents, Foxx drove in 134 runs. Yes Lefty Grove was good but it was George Eranshaw who earned the title of ace for this club logging the most innings and the most wins. Way too much talent on this club not be one of the favorites in any season they play in.

The championship swagger of the 1993 Phillies showed itself much more so than the 1980 team did. This team pulled it together when it needed to and found a way to win. The pitching staff lead by Curt Schilling and Danny Jackson was the strength of this team, while John Kruk and Lenny Dykstra paced an offence that at times could be feast or famine. Lonnie Smith lead the league with 59 steals and Larry Anderson took over the closer's role from Mitch Williams which became a crucial move late in the season. Philly ends up loving teams like this, as the Phils allowed less runs then any club other than the Dodgers.

Koufax's arm is gold. He threw over 350 innings, struck out 483 batters and won 30 games. He was in all sense of the word dominant and gave the Dodgers just what they needed to finish in the top four. There was little help around the lefty and at times the club struggled especially on offense. They were the fastest club in the league as Maury Wills stole 54 bases and Willie Davis 57; one run became vital in most of the low scoring games the Dodgers played in. The Dodgers pen struggled, forcing most starters to go deep into each outing.

The 1985 Blue Jays went from last to 5th during the passing of the season but just couldn't do enough to break the top. The offense was well poised with Tony Fernandez scoring over 100 runs and George Bell slugging close to .600 and Jesse Barfield driving in over 100 runs. The Jays had the worst bullpen in the league which came as a surprise and lost a good number of games late. The starters were just ok as no one really produced above expectations, Dave Stieb did turn it on in the second half of the season as the team played better. Bobby Cox just couldn't muster enough magic from this young roster to get them through.

The Phillies with all their veteran leaders saw the likes of Larry Bowa and Pete Rose hit over .300 while the incomparable Mike Schmidt had another MVP like season.Schmidt hit 50 long balls and drove in 140 runs to lead the league all while playing gold glove caliber defense. Age and lack of depth however ended up costing this team in the end. Steve Carlton struck out 366 batters in over 300 innings of work while Tug McGraw saved 35 games but there was little help in the rotation after this. The Phils defense was the worse in the league overall and at times Dallas Green's team was tough to watch. This club was very good on the road winning 44 games, showing their steel nerve in winning where other teams don't, but the Vet wasn't a kind home park as the lack of team speed and age hurt ultimately turned against them. A huge disappointing season from this club.

Not enough juice in Boston as the Braves scored the fewest runs in the league and not a single batter drove in over 100 runs. The club wanted to lean on pitching but injuries played a role in their plans. Emotional leader Rabbit Marranville was lost for the season early with a bad elbow while Sherry Magee tore his labrum taxing the team depth. Dick Rudolph lost over 20 games in his over 300 innings of work while Ed Ruelbach kept moving from starter to closer for most of the season. The Braves just had no luck in their season and were the least of all teams that could afford the injuries they incurred.

The 1952 Giants found a way to lose 100 games and it was the pitching that was instrumental. The club had an ERA of 5.74 with the least amount of strikeouts and most walks. The injuries to Max Lanier and Jack Harshman strained those numbers even more. Bobby Thompson hit 30 home runs and drove in 105 but there was no miraculous turnaround in a season that hit bottom.


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Teams Advancing

1. 2011 Texas Rangers
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3. 1993 Philadelphia Phillies
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1. 1917 Chicago White Sox


Rank: #54
Record: 100-54
Finish: WORLD CHAMPIONS
Manager: Pants Rowland
Ball Park: Comiskey Park
WAR Leader: Eddie Cicotte (11.5)
https://www.baseball-reference.com/teams/CHW/1917.shtml


2. 1920 Brooklyn Robins


Rank: #358
Record: 93-61
Finish: Won NL Pennant; Lost in WS
Manager: Wilbert Robinson
Ball Park: Ebbets Field
WAR Leader: Burleigh Grimes (8.1)
https://www.baseball-reference.com/teams/BRO/1920.shtml


3. 2003 Chicago Cubs


Rank: #416
Record: 88-74
Finish: Lost in NLCS
Manager: Dusty Baker
Ball Park: Wrigley Field
WAR Leader: Mark Prior (7.9)
https://www.baseball-reference.com/teams/CHC/2003.shtml


4. 1917 New York Giants


Rank: #179
Record: 100-54
Finish: Won NL Pennant: Lost in WS
Manager: John McGraw
Ball Park: Polo Grounds
WAR Leader: Art Fletcher (7.4)
https://www.baseball-reference.com/teams/NYG/1917.shtml


5. 1959 Chicago White Sox



Rank: #312
Record: 94-60
Finish: Won AL Pennant; Lost in WS
Manager: Al Lopez
Ball Park: Comiskey Park
WAR Leader: Nellie Fox (6.0)
https://www.baseball-reference.com/teams/CHW/1959.shtml


6. 2007 Boston Red Sox



Rank: #8
Record: 96-66
Finish: WORLD CHAMPS
Manager: Terry Francona
Ball Park: Fernway Park
WAR Leader: Josh Beckett (6.5)
https://www.baseball-reference.com/teams/BOS/2007.shtml


7. 2014 Kansas City Royals


Rank: #111
Record: 89-73
Finish: Won AL Pennant: Lost in WS
Manager: Ned Yost
Ball Park: Kauffman Stadium
WAR Leader: Alex Gordon (6.5)
https://www.baseball-reference.com/teams/KCR/2014.shtml


8. 1977 Pittsburgh Pirates


Rank: #375
Record: 96-66
Finish: 2nd in NL East
Manager: Chuck Tanner
Ball Park: Three Rivers Stadium
WAR Leader: John Candelaria (7.9)
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