Statistics
YEAR  TEAM  G  AB  H  2B  3B  HR  HR %  R  RBI  BB  SO  SB  BA  SA  Pinch AB  Hit H  G By POS 
1919  NY [N]  54  190  43  3  2  2  1.1  21  24  4  14  15  .226  .295  3  0  2B29, 3B28, SS1 
1920  110  440  123  10  10  4  0.9  57  77  20  18  34  .280  .375  1  0  3B110, SS2  
1921  153  618  211  31  17  8  1.3  121  100  42  28  49  .341  .485  0  0  3B93, 2B61  
1922  132  514  168  16  13  5  1.0  101  51  47  13  31  .327  .438  0  0  2B85, 3B53, SS1  
1923  151  641  223  32  10  12  1.9  116  111  46  12  29  .348  .485  0  0  2B135, 3B17  
1924  145  603  198  33  15  7  1.2  121  69  56  24  22  .328  .468  0  0  2B143, SS10, 3B2  
1925  120  502  166  26  6  11  2.2  89  48  32  14  21  .331  .472  0  0  3B46, 2B42, SS39  
1926  135  545  171  29  4  5  0.9  75  44  33  16  23  .314  .409  1  1  2B127, 3B7  
1927  STL [N]  153  617  208  31  11  10  1.6  112  78  43  10  48  .337  .472  0  0  2B153, SS1 
1928  141  547  164  29  9  10  1.8  107  86  64  17  29  .300  .441  2  1  2B139  
1929  138  527  176  40  12  5  0.9  93  74  53  12  24  .334  .484  3  2  2B121, 3B13, SS1  
1930  133  540  187  46  9  10  1.9  121  114  55  16  15  .346  .520  0  0  2B123, 3B10  
1931  131  518  161  24  4  4  0.8  96  82  45  13  28  .311  .396  2  0  2B129  
1932  115  486  142  26  2  3  0.6  59  60  25  13  18  .292  .372  0  0  2B75, 3B37, SS4  
1933  147  585  177  32  6  4  0.7  74  66  48  16  18  .303  .398  4  2  2B132, SS15  
1934  140  550  168  30  6  3  0.5  74  75  45  10  11  .305  .398  2  0  2B115, 3B25  
1935  103  354  104  16  2  1  0.3  52  55  33  16  2  .294  .359  9  1  2B88, 3B5  
1936  93  303  83  10  0  1  0.3  40  26  36  10  2  .274  .317  8  3  2B61, 3B22, SS1  
1937  17  32  7  2  0  0  0.0  3  4  1  0  0  .219  .281  12  2  2B17  
19 Years  2311  9112  2880  466  138  105  1.2  1532  1244  728  272  419  .316  .432  47  12  2B1775, 3B468, SS75 
Year 
Team 
G 
W 
L 
PCT 
Standing 

1933  STL [N]  63  36  26  .581  5  5 
1934  154  95  58  .621  1  
1935  154  96  58  .623  2  
1936  155  87  67  .565  2  
1937  157  81  73  .526  4  
1938  138  62  72  .463  6  7  
1940  PIT [N]  156  78  76  .506  4  
1941  156  81  73  .526  4  
1942  151  66  81  .449  5  
1943  157  80  74  .519  4  
1944  158  90  63  .588  2  
1945  155  82  72  .532  4  
1946  152  62  89  .411  7  7  
1949  CHI [N]  104  42  62  .404  8  8 
1950  154  64  89  .418  7  
1951  81  35  45  .438  7  8  
16 yrs.  2245  1137  1078  .513 
World Series 1928
New York (A.L.) defeats St. Louis (N.L.) 4 games to 0
Team  R  H  E  Pitchers (inn. pit.)  Home Runs (men on) 
Highlights 
Game 1  October 4  
STL [N]  1  3  1  Sherdel (7), Johnson (1)  Bottomley 
Hoyt opens with a win for the second year in a row, notching a threehitter over Sherdel. Meusel's homer in the forth scores two and Bottomley's blast spoils a shutout. 
NY [A]  4  7  0  Hoyt (9)  Meusel (1 on)  
Game 2  October 5  
STL [N]  3  4  1  Alexander (2.1), Mitchell (5.2)  Gehrig's homer in the first leads the Yankees to a revenge win over Alexander, the hero of the 1926 classic. Pipgras, relying on curve balls, goes the distance despite a shaky start in which the Cardinal's score three in the second.  
NY [A]  9  8  2  Pipgras (9)  Gehrig (2 on)  
Game 3  October 7  
NY [A]  7  7  2  Zachary (9)  Gehrig, Gehrig (1 on) 
Zachary, a surprise southpaw starter, has an easy task when Gehrig connects twice for homers, batting in three as the Yankees dispose of Haines twice. 
STL [N]  3  9  3  Haines (6), Johnson (1), Rhem (2)  
Game 4  October 9  
NY [A]  7  15  2  Hoyt (9) 
Ruth, Ruth, Gehrig,
Durst, Ruth 
Ruth rises to heights, with three homes, aided by the umpire's ruling depriving Sherdel of striking him out on a quickpitch, as Hoyt wins for the second time. 
STL [N]  3  11  0  Sherdel (6.1), Alexander (2.2) 
Team Totals 

Team  W  AB  H  2B  3B  HR  R  RBI  BA  BB  SO  ERA 
NY [A]  4  134  37  7  0  9  27  25  .276  13  12  2.00 
STL [N]  0  131  27  5  1  1  10  8  .206  11  29  6.09 
World Series 19 30
Philadelphia (A.L.) defeats St. Louis (N.L.) 4 games to 2
Team  R  H  E  Pitchers (inn. pit.)  Home Runs (men on) 
Highlights 
Game 1  October 1  
STL [N]  2  9  0  Grimes (8) 
The Athletics get only five hits in five different innings off Grimes but all are for extra bases and each produces a run. 

PHI [A]  5  5  0  Grove (9)  Simmons, Cochrane  
Game 2  October 2  
STL [N]  1  6  2  Rhem (3.1), Lindsey (2.2), Johnson (2)  Watkins 
The Athletics score six runs off Rhem in the first four innings to win easily as Earnshaw walks one and strikes out eight. 
PHI [A]  6  7  2  Earnshaw (9)  Cochrane  
Game 3  October 4  
PHI [A]  0  7  0  Walberg (4.2), Shores (1.1), Quinn (2) 
Hallahan has an easy shutout after escaping from a first inning jam by striking out Dykes, Simmons, and Miller. 

STL [N]  5  10  0  Hallahan (9)  Douthit  
Game 4  October 5  
PHI [A]  1  4  1  Grove (8) 
Dykes' error allows the Cardinal's to score twice in the fourth and win the game as Haines doesn't allow a hit for the last six innings. 

STL [N]  3  5  1  Haines (9)  
Game 5  October 6  
PHI [A]  2  5  0  Earnshaw (7), Grove (2)  Foxx (1 on) 
Foxx's homer wins for the Athletics in the ninth as Earnshaw and Grove prevent any Cardinal runners from reaching third base. 
STL [N]  0  3  1  Grimes (9)  
Game 6  October 8  
STL [N]  1  5  1  Hallahan (2), Johnson (3), Lindsey (2), Bell (1) 
Once again the Athletics get only extra base hits and turn each one into a run as Earnshaw, with only one day's rest, pitches a strong fivehitter. 

PHI [A]  7  7  0  Earnshaw (9)  Simmons, Dykes (1 on) 
Team Totals 

Team  W  AB  H  2B  3B  HR  R  RBI  BA  BB  SO  ERA 
PHI [A]  4  178  35  10  2  6  21  20  .197  24  32  1.73 
STL [N]  2  190  38  10  1  2  12  11  .200  11  33  3.35 
World Series 19 31
St. Louis (N.L.) defeats Philadelphia (A.L.) 4 games to 3
Team  R  H  E  Pitchers (inn. pit.)  Home Runs (men on) 
Highlights 
Game 1  October 1  
PHI [A]  6  11  0  Grove (9)  Simmons (1 on) 
The Cardinal's score twice in the first but the Athletics come back to score four in the third, capped by Foxx's tworun single. 
STL [N]  2  12  0  Derringer (7), Johnson (2)  
Game 2  October 2  
PHI [A]  0  3  0  Earnshaw (8) 
Pepper Martin, with two hits and two stolen bases, scores both Cardinal runs to support Hallahan's shutout pitching. 

STL [N]  2  6  1  Hallahan (9)  
Game 3  October 5  
STL [N]  5  12  0  Grimes (9) 
Grimes supports his twohitter with a tworun single in the fourth. 

PHI [A]  2  2  0  grove (8), Mahaffey (1)  Simmons (1 on)  
Game 4  October 6  
STL [N]  0  2  1  Johnson (5.2), Lindsey (1.1), Derringer (1) 
Simmons doubles home Bishop in the first to give Earnshaw the only run he needs as Martin gets the only two Cardinal hits. 

PHI [A]  3  10  0  Earnshaw (9)  Foxx  
Game 5  October 7  
STL [N]  5  12  0  Hallahan (9)  Martin (1 on) 
Martin, with three hits and a long fly, bats in four runs to lead the Cardinal attack. 
PHI [A]  1  9  0  Hoyt (6), Walberg (2), Rommel (1)  
Game 6  October 9  
PHI [A]  8  8  1  Grove (9) 
The Athletics break a scoreless tie with four runs in the fifth on two singles, four walks, and an error. 

STL [N]  1  5  2  Derringer (4.2), Johnson (1.1), Lindsey (2), Rhem (1)  
Game 7  October 10  
PHI [A]  2  7  1  Earnshaw (7), Walberg (1) 
Watkins' tworun homer in the third gives the Cardinal's a 40 lead and enables them to withstand a tworun Athletics rally in the ninth as Grimes tires. 

STL [N]  4  5  0  Grimes (8.2), Hallahan (0.1)  Watkins (1 on) 
Team Totals 

Team  W  AB  H  2B  3B  HR  R  RBI  BA  BB  SO  ERA 
STL [N]  4  229  54  11  0  2  19  17  .236  9  41  2.32 
PHI [A]  3  227  50  5  0  3  22  20  .220  28  46  2.66 
World Series 19 34
St. Louis (N.L.) defeats Detroit (A.L.) 4 games to 3
Team  R  H  E  Pitchers (inn. pit.)  Home Runs (men on) 
Highlights 
Game 1  October 3  
STL [N]  8  13  2  D. Dean (9)  Medwick 
The Cardinals capitalize on five errors by the Tigers' infield as Medwick leads the attack with four hits. 
DET [A]  3  8  5  Crowder (5), Marberry (0.2), Hogsett (3.1)  Greenberg  
Game 2  October 4  
STL [N]  2  7  3  Hallahan (8.1), W. Walker (3) 
Gee Walker, given a chance when Collins and Delancey fail to catch his pop foul, singles in the tieing run for the Tigers in the ninth. They go on to win in the twelfth when Goslin singles following walks to Gehringer and Greenberg. 

DET [A]  3  7  0  Rowe (12)  
Game 3  October 5  
DET [A]  1  8  2  Bridges (4), Hogsett (4) 
The Tigers leave 13 men on base as Martin's double and triple, and two runs he scores leads the Cardinals. 

STL [N]  4  9  1  P. Dean (9)  
Game 4  October 6  
DET [A]  10  13  1  Auker (9) 
Led by Greenberg's four hits, good for three RBI's, and Rogell's four RBI's, the Tigers even the Series. 

STL [N]  4  10  5  Carlton (2.2), Vance (1.1), W. Walker (3.1), Haines (0.2)  
Game 5  October 7  
DET [A]  3  7  0  Bridges (9)  Gehringer 
Bridges returns after a days rest and subdues the cardinals behind Gehringer's gamedeciding homer in the sixth. 
STL [N]  1  7  1  D. Dean (8), Carleton (1)  Delancey  
Game 6  October 8  
STL [N]  4  10  2  P. Dean (9) 
Paul Dean aids in his own cause with a single in the seventh that sends in what proves to be the winning run. 

DET [A]  3  7  1  Rowe (9)  
Game 7  October 9  
STL [N]  11  17  1  D. Dean (9) 
The Cardinals easily win the Series on a sevenrun third inning barrage which features Frisch's threerun double. 

DET [A]  0  6  3 
Auker (2.1), Rowe (0.1), Hogsett (0), Bridges (4.1), Marberry (1), Crowder (1) 
Team Totals 

Team  W  AB  H  2B  3B  HR  R  RBI  BA  BB  SO  ERA 
STL [N]  4  262  73  14  5  2  34  32  .279  11  31  2.34 
DET [A]  3  250  56  12  1  2  23  20  .224  25  43  3.74 