1940 Baseball Season Roster
- Reds win franchise’s first World Series since 1919
- Tigers only team to disrupt Yankees’ pennant streak (1936-43)
- Feller: Opening Day no-hitter and pitching Triple Crown
Cincinnati, easy winners in the NL, held off Detroit’s mighty offense, led by Hank Greenberg (.340-41-150), Rudy York and Charlie Gehringer, in a seven-game World Series. The Tigers were battle-ready after finishing one game ahead of Bob Feller’s Indians (he won 27, with a 2.61 ERA and 261 Ks) and two ahead of the Yankees and batting champ Joe DiMaggio (.352-31-133)
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