TCBA Yearbook

1951

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TCBA Almanac

 

Hackbart Division

Gorney Division

Jersey

107

47

 

Sacramento

88

66

South Starrucca

94

60

13.0 

 

Bradenton

82

72

6.0

Long Island

75

78

31.5

 

Baltimore

81

73

7.0

Hyde Park

66

87

40.5

 

Mexicali

56

98

32.0

 

 

Shiloh Division

Brown Division

Mimosa

92

62

 

Bergen

95

59

Covington

76

78

16.0

 

Fortney

80

74

15.0

Waukesha

75

79

17.0

 

Kilkenny

73

81

22.0

Siouxland

40

114

52.0

 

Wilderness

51

103

44.0

 

Comments

Gerry Hobbs - Well, they were not exactly blowouts but, after winning by 4-, 3- and 3-runs, the home standing Sacramento Solons were pretty confident in picking up a series sweep, especially since something or somebody named F. Papish was scheduled to pitch game four for the visiting Wilderness Wraiths. Now, his friends call him "Grade 1" Papish -- well, not to his face, but that's what they call him, privately. The problem for Sacramento is that this "Grade 1 Papish guy" pitched an absolute gem, a 5-hit shutout, and the Wraiths took the series finale', as they say "going away", by a 5-0 score. Gene Woodling was injured early in game one (9 game DL), while Pat Mullin ran into exactly the same fence for Sacramento in game four (11 game DL). Woodling's injury crippled the Wilderness offense this series while Mullins' injured bodes ill for the Solon's offense going forward.

Steve Lyon In the final series of the season, Fortney and Kilkenny split. Early Wynn picks up his 21st win in style by tossing a 1 hitter with 11 strikeouts. Phil Rizzuto loses a couple points in the batting title race finishing the season at .366 with 233 hits.

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