TCBA Yearbook

1937

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Hackbart Division

 

Gorney Division

South Starrucca

102

52

 

Baltimore

100 

54

… 

Hyde Park

82

72

20.0

 

Bradenton

75 

79

25.0

Newton

77

77

25.0

 

Mexicali

57 

97

43.0

Long Island

76

78

26.0

 

Sacramento

56

98

44.0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shiloh Division

 

Brown Division

Mimosa

96

58

 

Wilderness

97 

57

… 

Chesapeake

71

83

25.0

 

Fortney

81 

73

16.0

Waukesha

64

90

32.0

 

Kilkenny

80 

74

17.0

Siouxland

41

113

55.0

 

Bergen

77 

77

20.0

 

Comments – There were no close pennant races in any division this season. After 100 games, there was no doubt whom the divisional winners would be.

Gerry Hobbs - We were supposed to get an inch of snow last night.  We got nine and it hasn't stopped yet.  Anyway, there is a big wreck on the Interstate and I couldn't get to the university this morning so ......... it was time for the big series between two teams with winning percentages of .320 (Sacramento and Mexicali) ) The winner of this series would come out of it with at least a percentage of .333.  Hopes ran high amongst the limited attendance.  In keeping with the spirit of the occasion the games were, for the most part, predictably bad.

I wonder if they got the wreck off the Interstate yet???

Bob Braun – Hyde Park’s last chance at Gold glory forever came to a crashing close as the Ainspans took 4 of 5 in dominating style late in the season. From this point to the arrival at the Iron Curtain, Hyde Park will only be playing to fill in the boxes. There’s no more joy in Hyde Park until the 1950’s now. That decade will be a great revival for the fans after years of war and a decade and a half of losing. As it turns out, Hyde Park’s 1934 crown will be its only one in Gold. As we march toward war, Hyde Park’s team will rapidly dwindle and disappear. So…

 

Thank you for your time this time until next time (maybe 1950)… Good night.

 

 

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