1936 New York (AL)

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1936 New York (AL)

  • World Series champions (102-51)
  • L. Gehrig (.354-49-152), J. DiMaggio (.323-29-125), B. Dickey (.362-22-107)
  • R. Ruffing (20-12), M. Pearson (19-7), B. Hadley (14-4)

After three straight close-second finishes, the Yankees were again the class of baseball. They scored 1,065 runs with MVP Lou Gehrig, rookie Joe DiMaggio and catcher Bill Dickey. RF George Selkirk (.308-18-107) was the fourth man in the lineup to slug higher than .500. Tony Lazzeri was the fifth to drive in more than 100 runs. 


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2005 Baseball Game
  • White Sox win first World Series since 1917
  • Astros make it to Series first time in 44th year
  • Texas sets HR record (260)