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Memorial Baseball League (1958)
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Cardinals Win 1957 World Series!


The St. Louis Cardinals defeated the New York Yankees in 7 games to clinch the 1957 championship and bring home yet another World Series trophy.

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Ford tosses shutout for Yankees

Chicago is hoping not to see Whitey Ford again for a long while. Ford went the distance, leading New York to a 5-0 victory. | Box

Pierce blanks Cleveland with 7-0 shutout

Cleveland is hoping not to see Billy Pierce again for a long while. Pierce went the distance, leading Detroit to a 7-0 victory. | Box

Braves ride Pizarro to victory over Giants

Juan Pizarro was brilliant last night, allowing just 2 hits over 7 innings, leading the Braves to a 4-0 win over the Giants. | Box

Maris delivers in clutch, Indians win

Roger Maris drove in 4 runs, carrying Cleveland to a 4-1 victory over the Yankees. | Box

Cardwell whiffs 11 in 6-2 win

Don Cardwell struckout 11 Los Angeles batters in a 6-2 win for the Phillies. | Box

WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

D. Snider, Dodgers .3813 HR5 RBI
B. Nieman, Orioles .3533 HR5 RBI
R. Maris, Indians .2142 HR8 RBI
V. Wertz, Tigers .4002 HR5 RBI
A. Kaline, Tigers .4122 HR4 RBI

Leaders: RBI

T. Williams, Red Sox 90
D. Snider, Dodgers 86
B. Cerv, Yankees 81
W. Covington, Braves 81
E. Banks, Cubs 80

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

P. Runnels, Senators 0 for 20 (.000)
D. Gernert, Red Sox 0 for 18 (.000)
F. Castleman, Redlegs 3 for 21 (.143)
B. Cerv, Yankees 1 for 20 (.050)
B. Thomson, Giants 1 for 17 (.059)

Leaders: Wins

W. Ford, Yankees 20
B. Pierce, Tigers 13
P. Giel, Giants 12
D. Hillman, Cubs 12
J. Jay, Braves 12
More Leaders

WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

D. Snider, Dodgers .3813 HR5 RBI
B. Nieman, Orioles .3533 HR5 RBI
R. Maris, Indians .2142 HR8 RBI
V. Wertz, Tigers .4002 HR5 RBI
A. Kaline, Tigers .4122 HR4 RBI

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

P. Runnels, Senators 0 for 20 (.000)
D. Gernert, Red Sox 0 for 18 (.000)
F. Castleman, Redlegs 3 for 21 (.143)
B. Cerv, Yankees 1 for 20 (.050)
B. Thomson, Giants 1 for 17 (.059)

Leaders: RBI

T. Williams, Red Sox 90
D. Snider, Dodgers 86
B. Cerv, Yankees 81
W. Covington, Braves 81
E. Banks, Cubs 80

Leaders: Wins

W. Ford, Yankees 20
B. Pierce, Tigers 13
P. Giel, Giants 12
D. Hillman, Cubs 12
J. Jay, Braves 12
More Leaders

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The way to be successful now in my opinion is to stay in your league and draft first. Then you have the ability to draft lower ranked guys who perform well like a Nolan Ryan. Its definitely extremely hard now to join a league and come out with any sort of advantages.

I've voiced my opinions on the changes to no avail, as you say nobody wants to hear it and often times you are shamed for voicing your opinion. I dont agree with this but those that wanted the changes clearly are vocal and well beat you into submission.

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