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  • Bums no more: Brooklyn wins only World Series
  • Yankees return to power in three-way AL race
  • Mays: 51 HR … Young Aaron (.314-27-106), Banks (44 HR) blossom
  • Embarrasing! Indians win AL-record 111, then get swept in Series
  • Brilliant! Willie Mays’ triumphant return
  • Ironic! Yanks win 103 (most in decade), still miss post-season
  • Ole Perfessor’s Ph.D: Stengel’s 99-win Yankees beat the 105-win Dodgers in the Series
  • Brilliant Bums: Long-time favorite from Basic old-timer set now in Super Advanced form
  • Mega Moments: Six 40-HR men; Al Rosen’s near Triple Crown; Mantle’s 565-foot HR
  • Yankees win fourth straight World Series
  • Tribe’s three 20-game winners nearly overtake the Yankees
  • Sizzling Rivalry: More Dodgers-Giants pennant drama
  • Bobby Thomson’s “Shot Heard ‘Round the World” wins pennant playoff
  • Giants trailed Brooklyn by 13 ½ before winning 16 straight
  • Rookies Willie Mays and Mickey Mantle
  • "Whiz Kids” Phils win pennant on final day
  • 1,000-run Red Sox challenge the Yankees
  • MVP Rizzuto (.324-7-66) makes Yanks world champs again
  • Yanks, Dodgers win pennants on final day
  • Casey Stengel wins World Series in first year managing Yankees
  • MVP Jackie Robinson’s finest season
  • After MLB Integration: A Negro League with Mays, Minoso, Gilliam, Howard
  • Strong pennant races: Five of 12 teams can win in two divisions
  • Blackball Stars: 6 Hall of Famers and 12 others from SOM’s Negro League Stars set
  • Indians win first AL playoff, World Series
  • Last pennant for the Boston Braves
  • Musial is monstrous: .376-39-131, 46 doubles, 18 triples
  • Jackie Robinson breaks baseball’s color barrier
  • Ted Williams wins his second Triple Crown: .343-32-114
  • Giants set home run record
  • Speed kills: Slaughter’s Game 7 dash decides the World Series
  • Cardinals dispatch Dodgers in first NL playoff
  • The stars return from World War II
  • Final Stages: A dozen future Major Leaguers as integration, last of Negro Leagues nears
  • Black Ball stars: 10 Hall of Famers, 22 more from SOM’s Negro League Stars set
  • Twice as nice: Rated for a 154-game season or integration with Majors
  • Two sizzling pennant races in last World War II season
  • Little did we know: ’45 still is the latest Cubs’ pennant
  • Greenberg returns from war, hits pennant-winning slam
  • Origins: The early pro baseball lives of Campanella, Doby, Newcombe
  • Homestead Grays win it all, topping Birmingham Barons in Series
  • Blackball Stars: 11 Hall of Famers and 19 others from SOM’s Negro League Stars set
  • Once in a lifetime: Browns win the AL pennant
  • Cardinals win the only all-St. Louis World Series
  • Newhouser wins 29, Trout 27 for Tigers in amazing AL race
  • Musial, Cardinals humiliate war-torn NL foes
  • Yankees win it all without DiMaggio
  • Doh! Boys: Rosters ravaged by absent World War II recruits
  • Ted Williams’ first Triple Crown: .356-36-137
  • Rookie Stan Musial helps Cardinals win Series
  • Yankees win AL battle as stars begin heading to war
  • Beginnings: Future MLB stars Campanella, Doby and Irvin got their starts here
  • Top-shelf competition: Josh Gibson, Buck Leonard, Satchel Paige and Willie Wells
  • Twice as nice: Rated to play as a 10-team league or with 1939-43 Major League seasons
  • Joe D.’s unbeatable hitting streak
  • Ted Williams last to hit .400
  • A passed ball changes the World Series
  • 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
  • Four of a kind: It’s totally Yankees for fourth straight year
  • Farewell, Lou Gehrig
  • Hello, Ted Williams: .327-31-145
  • Yankees wipe out all comers again
  • Fab Fifties: Greenberg slugs 58 HR, Foxx 50
  • No-no: Johnny Vander Meer fires back-to-back no-hitters
  • Three-peat: Yanks win 3rd of 4 straight World Series in Gehrig’s last full season
  • No-No: Vander Meer’s historic back-to-back no-hitters
  • Double X: Greenberg smashes 58 HR, but Foxx wins MVP with .349-50-175 for Red Sox
  • Homestead Grays wins four-team race; 2 bonus Dominican teams with Satchel Paige
  • Blackball stars: 19 HOF members; Gibson, Leonard, Suttles, Day, Ray Brown in their primes
  • Twice as nice: Rated to play as a 10-team league or with 1935-39 Major League seasons
  • DiMaggio, Yankees thrash AL, Giants again
  • Joe Medwick’s Triple Crown: .374-31-154
  • Giants take out Cubs in September, take NL flag by 3 games
  • Rookie Joe DiMaggio, MVP Lou Gehrig make Yanks champs again
  • Rookie Bob Feller, age 17, fans 15 in first start, 17 in another
  • Mel Ott (.328-33-135) leads Giants over three NL contenders
  • Legendary Pittsburgh Crawfords: Paige, Gibson, Bell and Charleston together
  • Blackball Stars: 18 Hall of Famers and 42 others from SOM’s Negro League Stars set
  • The Legend of Satchel Paige: The year he pitched without fielders
  • Tigers roar: Repeat AL champs finally win a World Series
  • Cubs climb past Cardinals, Giants with 23 September wins
  • Lights and darkness: Night games in Cinci, Ruth’s last swings in Boston
  • Dizzy and Daffy: Dean brothers win 49 in pennant race, 4 in Series
  • Lou Gehrig’s Triple Crown: .363-49-165
  • Rowdy "Gashouse Gang” battles to 7-game Series win
  • Pittsburgh Crawfords, Philly Stars, Chicago Giants in 10-team collection
  • Black Ball stars: 18 Hall of Famers, 50 more from SOM’s Negro League Stars set
  • Twice as nice: Rated for a 144-game season or integration with 1934 Majors
  • Deja vu: Another rookie manager leads Washington to the pennant
  • Two Triple Crown winners: Jimmie Foxx and Chuck Klein
  • Giants best in five-team NL struggle, World Series
  • Pinstripe Glory: 1,000-run Yankees crush AL, then Cubs in Series sweep
  • XX rated: "Double X” Jimmie Foxx clouts 58 homers
  • NL sluggers: Klein (.348-38-137), Ott (.316-38-123), Paul Waner (.341, 62 doubles)
  • 31 in ’31: Lefty Grove’s all-time great year (31-4, 2.06)
  • Three and out: A’s third straight pennant is Connie Mack’s last
  • Cardinals get World Series revenge
  • Star-Studded: Homestead Grays and St. Louis Elite Stars rich in all-time greats
  • Cool Papa, Satch, Josh, Mule, Biz and Smokey Joe: To know them is to want them
  • Twice as nice: Rated to play as a 10-team league or with 1929-33 Major League seasons
  • “The Year of the Hitter”
  • Hack away: Wilson sets records for RBI (191), NL homers (56)
  • Bill Terry hits .401 (last man in NL to hit .400)
  • A new dynasty: Connie Mack’s A’s with Grove, Foxx, Simmons, Cochrane
  • Believe it: The Cubs were great for a decade, beginning now
  • Explosive offense from Ruth, Ott, Klein and Gehringer, too
  • Pennant fever: Yanks, Cards barely survive hot Septembers, A’s, Giants
  • Avengers: Ruth, Gehrig take no mercy on Cardinals to avenge ’26 Series
  • Lefty and Dazzy conquer the Lively Ball (not a Disney story)
  • Best of five: Chicago tops in race where only nine games separate top five teams
  • Blackball stars: 15 Hall of Famers include Bell, Charleston, Dihigo, Foster, Rogan, Wells
  • Twice as nice: Rated to play as a 10-team league or with 1925-29 Major League seasons
  • Abusive power: Ruth hits 60 HR, Gehrig adds 47
  • Greatest team ever? Yanks’ Murderer’s Row assassinates AL, Pirates
  • Buckle up for the NL’s three-team pennant race
  • Cardinals fly with first pennant, World Series; Yanks reclaim top of AL
  • Special K: Alexander fans Lazzeri with sacks loaded to settle Series Game 7
  • Ruth swats .372-46-146 with 144 walks, but runs into Series trouble
  • The underdog chases and bites: Pirates first to rally from 3-1 Series deficit
  • Rogers Hornsby’s second Triple Crown (.403-39-143) - while managing, too
  • Lou Gehrig takes over at 1B for the Yankees
  • Monarchs: First Negro World Series goes to Kansas City
  • Blackball Stars: 20 Hall of Famers and 44 others from SOM’s Negro League Stars set
  • The Black Ty Cobb: Oscar Charleston’s phenomenal season
  • No way! Rogers Hornsby still has the record: .424 batting average
  • Anything can happen: Lucky bounce = Senators’ only World Series title – ever
  • Babe Ruth hits .378 to win his only batting title
  • Yankees win first World Series in third straight Yanks-Giants championship
  • “The House that Ruth Built” – Yankees Stadium opens to record crowds
  • Heilmann’s .403 denies Ruth the Triple Crown
  • The Browns – the Browns! – almost win a pennant
  • Triple Crown: Rogers Hornsby’s mega .401-42-152
  • The second straight Subway Series: Giants win again
  • Indianapolis ABCs (Oscar Charleston) win five-team race in slugging 10-team league
  • Black Ball stars: 13 Hall of Famers, 36 more from SOM’s Negro League Stars set
  • Twice as nice: Rated for a 144-game season or integration with 1920, 1924 Majors
  • A new era: Babe Ruth leads the Yankees’ to their first pennant
  • The first Subway Series: Yankees vs. Giants
  • Did Detroit have the greatest OF ever?
  • The team with four 20-game winners was the bad guys
  • Good guys: After star SS was killed by a pitch, they won the World Series
  • Believe it: Babe Ruth was a better slugger in ’20 than in ‘27
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