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March Thru History II, 1952
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Rex Barney - National League Cy Young


Dodgers Starting Pitcher Rex Barney won the National League Cy Young Award with 45% of the vote. Barney led the Dodgers to the Eastern Division title with 18 wins, 2.84 ERA, 1.09 WHIP, 4.3 K/9

Bob Lemon - American League Cy Young


Bob Lemon won the 1952 American League Cy Young Awared with 56% of the vote. Lemon led the Indians with 20 wins and only 4 losses, and a very impressive 2.38 ERA, 1.04 WHIP, 4.4 K/9.

Steve Ridzik and Hector Rodriguez - Rookies of the year

Steve Ridzik won the vote for American League Rookie of the Year. The Phillies rookie reliever won 13 games and added 5 Saves, 2.94 ERA, 1.18 WHIP, 3.1 K/9.

White Sox rookie 3B Hector Rodriguez won the National League Rookie of the Year. There were no other qualifiers. Rodriguez finished the season with a .230 Avg, 52 Runs and 37 RBI

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Brown unloads, Yankees still lose

Bobby Brown blasted 2 homers, but it wasn't enough to lift the Yankees over the Indians. Cleveland won by a score of 9-4. | Box

Seerey unloads, Indians still lose

Pat Seerey blasted 2 homers, but it wasn't enough to lift the Indians over the Yankees. New York won by a score of 6-4. | Box

Dodgers can't contain Aberson, fall 5-0

Cliff Aberson was on his game, knocking in 3 runs in Chicago's 5-0 victory over the Dodgers. Aberson also had 3 hits in the game. Phil Cavarretta recorded 4 hits. | Box

Silvera in the zone for victorious Yankees

Charlie Silvera's hot bat helped the Yankees to a 6-4 win over the Indians. Silvera collected 4 hits in the game. Jackie Jensen of the Yankees had 4 hits in the game. | Box

WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

B. Brown, Yankees .4673 HR3 RBI
C. Aberson, Cubs .3132 HR5 RBI
P. Seerey, Indians .2003 HR4 RBI
Y. Berra, Yankees .2941 HR5 RBI
G. Woodling, Indians .3571 HR5 RBI

Leaders: AVG

D. Snider, Dodgers .320
D. Philley, White Sox .318
R. Ashburn, Phillies .310
P. Cavarretta, Cubs .306
T. Williams, Red Sox .300

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

S. Lollar, Indians 1 for 18 (.056)
R. Campanella, Dodgers 1 for 17 (.059)
B. Avila, Indians 4 for 19 (.211)
S. Stirnweiss, Yankees 1 for 18 (.056)
D. Rice, Cubs 4 for 21 (.190)

Leaders: WHIP

W. Spahn, Braves 1.02
R. Fields, Browns 1.04
B. Lemon, Indians 1.05
J. Dobson, Red Sox 1.08
W. Hacker, Cubs 1.09
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WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

B. Brown, Yankees .4673 HR3 RBI
C. Aberson, Cubs .3132 HR5 RBI
P. Seerey, Indians .2003 HR4 RBI
Y. Berra, Yankees .2941 HR5 RBI
G. Woodling, Indians .3571 HR5 RBI

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

S. Lollar, Indians 1 for 18 (.056)
R. Campanella, Dodgers 1 for 17 (.059)
B. Avila, Indians 4 for 19 (.211)
S. Stirnweiss, Yankees 1 for 18 (.056)
D. Rice, Cubs 4 for 21 (.190)

Leaders: AVG

D. Snider, Dodgers .320
D. Philley, White Sox .318
R. Ashburn, Phillies .310
P. Cavarretta, Cubs .306
T. Williams, Red Sox .300

Leaders: WHIP

W. Spahn, Braves 1.02
R. Fields, Browns 1.04
B. Lemon, Indians 1.05
J. Dobson, Red Sox 1.08
W. Hacker, Cubs 1.09
More Leaders

Rule 5 Draft Results

Sid Gordon, Giants to Braves
Clyde Vollmer, Senators to Red Sox

New York Giants - 1951 World Series Champions


The New York Giants beat the Cleveland Indians to win the 1951 World Series 4 games to 2. The series started with a 1-0 pitching masterpiece, which the Giants won when Mays scored the lone run won in the 10th inning on a Gardella pinch hit Sacrifice Fly.

The offense came alive for both teams in Game 2. A total of 48 runs were scored in the next 3 games and the Giants took a commanding 3 games to 1 series lead. The Indians won game 5 to close the gap behind Cy Young winner Bob Feller's second pitching gem. Feller finished the series with a terrific 0.6 ERA, and .933 WHIP.

The Giants won the series with a 4-1 game 6 victory behind the pitching of Dave Koslo. Series MVP goes to Johnny Mize who batted .478 with an incredible .565 OBP and 1.478 OPS.

Boston Red Sox - 1950 World Series Champions


The Boston Red Sox beat the Brooklyn Dodgers 4 games to 2 in the 1950 World Series. The Red Sox took a commanding 3 games to none lead, but the Dodgers fought hard to bring the series to 6 games.

Pitching dominated the series, 3 games were decided by 1 run. Series MVP and Cy Young winner Mickey McDermott led the Red Sox with two complete game wins, and sealed the series in game 6 with a 7 hit shutout.

Bobby Doerr led the Red Sox offense with a .421 Avg and .631 OBP. Throughout the series the Red Sox pitchers kept the powerful Dodger bats in check. No batter hit over .300. Jackie Robinson led the Dodgers batting .280.

Cleveland Indians - 1949 World Series Champions


The Cleveland won back to back Championships in a thrilling 7 game World Series. Down to the Boston Braves 3 games to 2, the Indians won games 6 and 7 after giving up 3 early runs to the Braves in both games.

Satchel Paige notched the win in game 7 with 3 hitless innings. The series was a pitcher's series. Great pitching performances on both teams made for a very exciting and hard fought World Series.

Congratulations to lordhawke and followtheson on a great season.

Cleveland Indians - 1948 World Series Champion


The Cleveland Indians beat the Boston Braves 4 games to 1 to win the 1948 World Series. Indians pitching continued its season long dominance in the post season. Led by 22 game winner Steve Gromek, who won games 1 and 5, the Indians lost only 2 post season games on its way to their World Series victory.

Washington Senators - 1947 World Champions


Down 3 games to 1, the Washington Senators fought back to win the 1947 World Series over the defending champion Boston Braves. Led by AL Cy Young winner Roger Wolff, the Senators won a classic game seven, 2-1.

Congratulations htennis!

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