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Major League Baseball Season Recap 1935

Major League Baseball Season Recap 1935 World Series – Detriot Tigers AL over Chicago Cubs NL 4 games to 2 World Series MVP – Babe Ruth Award – Awards – </strong? Major League Cy Young Award Cy Young...

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The Pittsburgh Pirates send pitcher Claude Passeau and catcher Earl Grace to the Philadelphia Phillies for catcher Al Todd. Passeau will have three decent seasons in Philadelphia before blossoming with the Cubs.

The Pittsburgh Pirates send pitcher Claude Passeau and catcher Earl Grace to the Philadelphia Phillies for catcher Al Todd. Passeau will have three decent seasons in Philadelphia before blossoming with the Cubs.

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Ford Frick is reelected National League president for two years and given a raise. The American League votes down night ball and awards a $500 cash prize for batting leaders retroactive to include Buddy Myer in 1935.

Ford Frick is reelected National League president for two years and given a raise. The American League votes down night ball and awards a $500 cash prize for batting leaders retroactive to include Buddy Myer in 1935.

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1935 – The National League takes over the bankrupt last-place Boston Braves franchise after several failed attempts to buy the club. The league takes over only temporarily, until matters can be straightened out.

1935 – The National League takes over the bankrupt last-place Boston Braves franchise after several failed attempts to buy the club. The league takes over only temporarily, until matters can be straightened out.

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1935 – Pitcher Sam Jones finishes his major league career after 21 successive American League seasons. Jones posted a 229-217 record with 1223 strikeouts and a 3.84 ERA in 3883.0 innings, pitching for the Indians, Red Sox, Yankees, Browns, Senators and White Sox.

1935 – Pitcher Sam Jones finishes his major league career after 21 successive American League seasons. Jones posted a 229-217 record with 1223 strikeouts and a 3.84 ERA in 3883.0 innings, pitching for the Indians, Red Sox, Yankees, Browns, Senators and White Sox.

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1935 – Goose Goslin of the Detroit Tigers drives in Mickey Cochrane to win the World Series. With two outs in the bottom of the 9th inning, Goslin’s hit gives the Tigers a 4 – 3 win over the Chicago Cubs.

1935 – Goose Goslin of the Detroit Tigers drives in Mickey Cochrane to win the World Series. With two outs in the bottom of the 9th inning, Goslin’s hit gives the Tigers a 4 – 3 win over the Chicago Cubs.

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In the bottom of the ninth inning of Game 6, the Tigers win their first World Series in franchise history when Goose Goslin singles home Mickey Cochrane to give the team a dramatic 4-3 walk-off victory over the Cubs. Tommy Bridges goes the distance, giving up 12 hits, to get the Navin Field victory.

In the bottom of the ninth inning of Game 6, the Tigers win their first World Series in franchise history when Goose Goslin singles home Mickey Cochrane to give the team a dramatic 4-3 walk-off victory over the Cubs. Tommy Bridges goes the distance, giving up 12 hits, to get the Navin Field victory.

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In his only major league game, Pirates rookie Aubrey Epps goes 3-for-4 in the Bucs’ season finale, a 9-6 loss to Cincinnati at Crosley Field. The 23 year-old catcher, known as Yo-Yo, will finish his one-game big league career with the same batting average (.750) and fielding percentage when he commits two errors in eight chances.

In his only major league game, Pirates rookie Aubrey Epps goes 3-for-4 in the Bucs’ season finale, a 9-6 loss to Cincinnati at Crosley Field. The 23 year-old catcher, known as Yo-Yo, will finish his one-game big league career with the same batting average (.750) and fielding percentage when he commits two errors in eight chances.

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Augie Galan, who makes a league-leading 748 plate appearances while playing the full 154-game schedule, ends the season without hitting into a double play. The Cubs center fielder did line into an eleventh-inning triple play in the team’s 3-2 loss to the Reds in April at Wrigley Field.

Augie Galan, who makes a league-leading 748 plate appearances while playing the full 154-game schedule, ends the season without hitting into a double play. The Cubs center fielder did line into an eleventh-inning triple play in the team’s 3-2 loss to the Reds in April at Wrigley Field.

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Augie Galan, who makes a league-leading 748 plate appearances while playing the full 154-game schedule, ends the season without hitting into a double play. The Cubs center fielder did line into an eleventh-inning triple play in the team’s 3-2 loss to the Reds in April at Wrigley Field.

Augie Galan, who makes a league-leading 748 plate appearances while playing the full 154-game schedule, ends the season without hitting into a double play. The Cubs center fielder did line into an eleventh-inning triple play in the team’s 3-2 loss to the Reds in April at Wrigley Field.

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The Cubs clinch the National League pennant in the first game of a doubleheader with the Cardinals, 6 – 2, besting Dizzy Dean, as Bill Lee wins his 20th. The Cubs tally 15 hits off Diz, led by Freddie Lindstrom’s 4. With Roy Henshaw’s victory, 5 – 3, in the nitecap, the Cubs extend their win streak to an incredible 21 games and reach the 100-win mark. Only once during the winning streak have the Cubs pitchers given up more than three runs. The streak ties the franchise mark set in 1880.

The Cubs clinch the National League pennant in the first game of a doubleheader with the Cardinals, 6 – 2, besting Dizzy Dean, as Bill Lee wins his 20th. The Cubs tally 15 hits off Diz, led by Freddie Lindstrom’s 4. With Roy Henshaw’s victory, 5 – 3, in the nitecap, the Cubs extend their win streak to an incredible 21 games and reach the 100-win mark. Only once during the winning streak have the Cubs pitchers given up more than three runs. The streak ties the franchise mark set in 1880.

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1935 – In a showdown series with the 2nd-place Cardinals in St. Louis, the Cubs edge the Cardinals, 1 – 0. Paul Dean strikes out the first four Cub batters before young Phil Cavarretta drives a home run on top the roof in RF for the only score of the game. Lon Warneke gives up just two hits and walks none in winning his 20th game. It is the Cubs’ 19th straight win, and they are now assured of at least a tie for the pennant.

1935 – In a showdown series with the 2nd-place Cardinals in St. Louis, the Cubs edge the Cardinals, 1 – 0. Paul Dean strikes out the first four Cub batters before young Phil Cavarretta drives a home run on top the roof in RF for the only score of the game. Lon Warneke gives up just two hits and walks none in winning his 20th game. It is the Cubs’ 19th straight win, and they are now assured of at least a tie for the pennant.

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Hal Trosky powers his 24th homer to lead the Indians to a 7 – 3 win over the White Sox. Joe Vosmik is 1 for 2 and continues to hold a slight lead at .348 in the American League batting race. After the Washington-Philadelphia twinbill today, Buddy Myer (0 for 4 today) is 2nd at .342 and Jimmie Foxx (0 for 9 today) is at .340, ending his 18-game hitting streak.

Hal Trosky powers his 24th homer to lead the Indians to a 7 – 3 win over the White Sox. Joe Vosmik is 1 for 2 and continues to hold a slight lead at .348 in the American League batting race. After the Washington-Philadelphia twinbill today, Buddy Myer (0 for 4 today) is 2nd at .342 and Jimmie Foxx (0 for 9 today) is at .340, ending his 18-game hitting streak.

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The Detroit Tigers clinch the pennant with a double win over the St. Louis Browns, winning 6 – 2 and 2 – 0. Elden Auker wins the nitecap with a complete game shutout, while Tommy Bridges takes the opener. The Tigers will coast the rest of the way, going 1-6, while the Yankees go 6-1.

The Detroit Tigers clinch the pennant with a double win over the St. Louis Browns, winning 6 – 2 and 2 – 0. Elden Auker wins the nitecap with a complete game shutout, while Tommy Bridges takes the opener. The Tigers will coast the rest of the way, going 1-6, while the Yankees go 6-1.

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The Cubs beat Carl Hubbell for there 16th straight win

1935 – The Cubs complete a four-game sweep of the Giants, beating Carl Hubbell for their 16th straight win, 6 – 1. Billy Herman has three hits and is 11 for 18 in the series with the Giants. The 16 wins in a row is most in the National League since the 1924 Brooklyn Robins won 15. Giants manager Bill Terry tells reporters that, “the Cubs will win … they are playing way over their heads.”

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Dodger OF Len Koenecke, dropped by the team, and put off an American Airline flight for drunkenness in Detroit, hires a private plane to fly him to Buffalo, where he had played previously. During the flight he tries to take over the controls and gets into a fight with the pilot. He dies after the co-pilot hits him over the head with a fire extinguisher.

Dodger OF Len Koenecke, dropped by the team, and put off an American Airline flight for drunkenness in Detroit, hires a private plane to fly him to Buffalo, where he had played previously. During the flight he tries to take over the controls and gets into a fight with the pilot. He dies after the co-pilot hits him over the head with a fire extinguisher.

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With Terry Moore sidelined after fracturing his foot yesterday, the Cards top Brooklyn, 4 – 2, behind Jesse Haines. Paul Dean saves the game in relief. In the second game of the doubleheader in St. Louis, a tired Dizzy Dean again fails in relief, giving up three runs as Brooklyn wins, 8 – 7. The Cards are now trailing the Cubs by 2 1/2 games.

With Terry Moore sidelined after fracturing his foot yesterday, the Cards top Brooklyn, 4 – 2, behind Jesse Haines. Paul Dean saves the game in relief. In the second game of the doubleheader in St. Louis, a tired Dizzy Dean again fails in relief, giving up three runs as Brooklyn wins, 8 – 7. The Cards are now trailing the Cubs by 2 1/2 games.

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Pittsburgh reliever Mace Brown pitches five innings of shutout relief to beat Boston, 5 – 3. Wally Berger’s third double of the game in the 9th is the only hit he allows. The Bucs’ Gus Suhr plays 1B in the last inning to run his streak of consecutive games played to 619, a new National League record. The old mark was set by Eddie Brown from 1924 to 1928.

Pittsburgh reliever Mace Brown pitches five innings of shutout relief to beat Boston, 5 – 3. Wally Berger’s third double of the game in the 9th is the only hit he allows. The Bucs’ Gus Suhr plays 1B in the last inning to run his streak of consecutive games played to 619, a new National League record. The old mark was set by Eddie Brown from 1924 to 1928.

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1935 – Before an overflow crowd of 41,284 in St. Louis, the Giants’ Carl Hubbell outpitches Dizzy Dean to give New York a 7 – 3 win. It is the second time in four days the two aces have matched up. The Giants, winners of 14 out of their last 22 games, are now just 1 1/2 games behind the Cardinals.

1935 – Before an overflow crowd of 41,284 in St. Louis, the Giants’ Carl Hubbell outpitches Dizzy Dean to give New York a 7 – 3 win. It is the second time in four days the two aces have matched up. The Giants, winners of 14 out of their last 22 games, are now just 1 1/2 games behind the Cardinals.

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The Senators win their fifth straight, beating the Indians, 5 – 1. Bobo Newsom scatters 10 hits – 5 by Earl Averill, including two doubles and a triple – to go the route. Joe Vosmik, in the race for the batting championship at .345, breaks out of his recent slump going 1 for 4.

The Senators win their fifth straight, beating the Indians, 5 – 1. Bobo Newsom scatters 10 hits – 5 by Earl Averill, including two doubles and a triple – to go the route. Joe Vosmik, in the race for the batting championship at .345, breaks out of his recent slump going 1 for 4.

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