1931 Major League Baseball season
The 1931 Major League Baseball season.
|1931 MLB season|
|League||Major League Baseball|
|Duration||April 14 – October 10, 1931|
|Season champions||AL: Philadelphia Athletics|
NL: St. Louis Cardinals
|Season MVP||AL: Lefty Grove (PHA)|
NL: Frankie Frisch (STL)
|Champions||St. Louis Cardinals|
MLB statistical leadersEdit
Major league baseball final standingsEdit
American League final standingsEdit
|New York Yankees||94||59||.614||13.5|
|St. Louis Browns||63||91||.409||45|
|Boston Red Sox||62||90||.408||45|
|Chicago White Sox||56||97||.366||51.5|
National League final standingsEdit
|St. Louis Cardinals||101||53||.656||--|
|New York Giants||87||65||.572||13|
- July 12 – the Chicago Cubs–St Louis doubleheader has 33 doubles. Due to the large crowd spilling onto the field, any ball hit into them is a ground-rule double.
- August 29 – Facing Cincinnati Reds pitcher Si Johnson in his first at bat in the major leagues, Chicago Cubs player Billy Herman hits Johnson's pitch, which ricochets off the back of home plate and hits Herman in the head, knocking him out.
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