1941 Wilmington Clippers season
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The 1941 Wilmington Clippers season was their fifth season in existence and their third in the American Association. Their official record was 4-3-2 but their record with exhibition games was 7-3-2. They made the playoffs and won the championship 21–13 against the Long Island Indians. Their head coach was George Veneroso.
|1941 Wilmington Clippers season|
|Head coach||George Veneroso|
|Home field||Wilmington Park|
|Record||4-3-2 (7-3-2 Unofficial)|
|Division place||No divisions|
|Playoff finish||Won Championship (Long Island Indians, 21-13)|
Home games on November 23 against the Hartford Blues and the New York Yankees were cancelled.
|—[a]||September 14, 1941||Norristown L.A.M.s||W 14–0||L.A.M. Stadium||3,000|
|1||September 21, 1941||Long Island Indians||L 6–13||Wilmington Park||5,000||0–1|
|2||September 28, 1941||Paterson Panthers||T 0–0||Hinchliffe Stadium||6,500||0–1–1|
|3||October 3, 1941||Jersey City Giants||T 0–0||Wilmington Park||4,200||0–1–2|
|4||October 12, 1941||Newark Bears||L 13–16||Wilmington Park||5,100||0–2–2|
|5||October 19, 1941||Jersey City Giants||W 27–7||Roosevelt Stadium||6,600||1–2–2|
|6||October 26, 1941||New York Yankees||W 16–0||Wilmington Park||5,000||2–2–2|
|7||November 2, 1941||Long Island Indians||L 7–13||Memorial Stadium||7,209||2–3–2|
|—[a]||November 9, 1941||Fort DuPont||W 34–0||Wilmington Park||4,500|
|8||November 16, 1941||Newark Bears||W 23–7||Schools Stadium||6,200||3–3–2|
|9||November 30, 1941||Paterson Panthers||W 28–27||Wilmington Park||6,000||4–3–2|
|—[a]||December 7, 1941||Richmond Arrows||W 17–0||Wilmington Park||2,500|
- Exhibition game.
The Clippers made the playoffs and beat the Paterson Panthers 33–0. Then they beat the Long Island Indians 21–13 in the championship. The championship game is in Bold.
|1||December 14, 1941||Paterson Panthers||33-0 W||Wilmington Park||4,500||4-3-2|
|2||December 21, 1941||Long Island Indians||21-13 W||Wilmington Park||6,500||4-3-2|