1935 MLB season (Jayverse)

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The 1935 MLB Season is the 35th Season for Major League Baseball

Top Draft Choices

St. Louis Cardinals draft Harry Brecheen (SP)

St. Louis Cardinals draft Jack Creel (SP)

Cleveland Indians draft Red Embree (SP)

New York Giants draft Clyde Fischer (SP)

Chicago Cubs draft Cecil Garriott (CF)

St. Louis Cardinals draft Carden Gillenwater (CF)

St. Louis Cardinals draft Johnny Grodzicki (SP)

Boston Red Sox draft Mickey Harris (SP)

Boston Red Sox draft Eli Hodkey (SP)

Kansas City Monarchs draft Chet Johnson (SP)

New York Giants draft Sal Maglie (SP)

Brooklyn Dodgers draft Glen Moulder (SP)

Final Standings

AL: Boston Red Sox (101-61), Chicago White Sox (92-70), Kansas City Monarchs (87-75), New York Yankees (84-78), Philadelphia Athletics (84-78), Washington Senators (80-82), Baltimore Orioles (79-83), Los Angeles Angels (68-94), Detroit Tigers (68-94), Cleveland Indians (67-95)

NL: St. Louis Cardinals (104-58), Philadelphia Phillies (96-66), Brooklyn Dodgers (90-72), Minnesota Twins (89-73), Pittsburgh PIrates (85-77), Chicago Cubs (76-86), Boston Braves (75-87), Cincinnati Reds (73-89), New York Giants (73-89), Milwaukee Brewers (49-113)

World Series: Boston Red Sox def. St. Louis Cardinals 4-3

League Leaders

Batting Average - Alejandro Oms (BOS) .404

Home Runs - Lou Gehrig (LAA) 30

RBI - Johnny Mize (BOS) 145

Stolen Bases - Dixie Walker (CHC) 31

On-Base + Slugging % - Alejandro Oms (BOS) 1.038

ERA - John Shea (PHI) 2.11

Wins - Edgar Lucantoni (MIN) 25

Strikeouts - Ed Clough (NYY) 234