1941 Brooklyn


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1941 Brooklyn


  • National League pennant winners (100-54)
  • P. Reiser (.343, 39 2b, 17 3b), D. Camilli (.285-34-120), J. Medwick (.318-18-88)
  • W. Wyatt (22-10, 2.34), K. Higbe (22-9)

After out-lasting St. Louis by 2 ½ games in an exciting NL pennant race, the Dodgers missed a chance for their first World Series championship in franchise history.  Just one pitch away from evening the series at 2 games apiece, Mickey Owen's passed ball on a called third strike allowed the Yankees to score four runs.  The Yankees then won the series in five games.

 

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1909 Pittsburgh
  • World Series champions (110-42)
  • H. Wagner (.339, 100 RBI, 35 sb), F. Clarke (.287, 31 sb)
  • V. Willis (22-11, 2.24), H. Camnitz (25-6, 1.62)