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The 1924 season of the National League was the forty-ninth season of the league.

Contents

[edit] Season summary

[edit] Standings

Bold indicates league champion, Italics indicates World Series champion
Rank Team G W L T WPCT GB RS (RS/G) RA (RA/G) AVG OBP SLG ERA FPCT
1 New York Giants 154 93 60 1 .604 -.- 857 (5.56) 641 (4.16) 0.300 0.355 0.432 3.62 0.971
2 Brooklyn Robins 154 92 62 0 .597 1.5 717 (4.66) 675 (4.38) 0.287 0.342 0.391 3.64 0.968
3 Pittsburgh Pirates 153 90 63 0 .588 3.0 724 (4.73) 588 (3.84) 0.287 0.333 0.400 3.27 0.971
4 Cincinnati Reds 153 83 70 0 .542 10.0 649 (4.24) 579 (3.78) 0.290 0.334 0.397 3.12 0.966
5 Chicago Cubs 154 81 72 1 .526 12.0 698 (4.53) 699 (4.54) 0.276 0.337 0.378 3.83 0.966
6 St. Louis Cardinals 154 65 89 0 .422 28.5 740 (4.81) 750 (4.87) 0.290 0.337 0.411 4.15 0.969
7 Philadelphia Phillies 152 55 96 1 .362 37.0 676 (4.45) 849 (5.59) 0.275 0.324 0.397 4.87 0.972
8 Boston Braves 154 53 100 1 .344 40.0 520 (3.38) 800 (5.19) 0.256 0.303 0.327 4.46 0.973

[edit] League leaders

Bold indicates league record, Italics indicate all-time record

[edit] Batting

Statistic Leader Team Number
Games Played Jack Fournier Brooklyn Robins 154
At Bats Glenn Wright Pittsburgh Pirates 616
Runs Scored Frankie Frisch
Rogers Hornsby
New York Giants
St. Louis Cardinals
121
Hits Rogers Hornsby St. Louis Cardinals 227
Doubles Rogers Hornsby St. Louis Cardinals 43
Triples Edd Roush Cincinnati Reds 21
Home Runs Jack Fournier Brooklyn Robins 27
Total Bases Rogers Hornsby St. Louis Cardinals 373
Runs Batted In George Kelly New York Giants 136
Stolen Bases Max Carey Pittsburgh Pirates 49
Caught Stealing Bernie Friberg Chicago Cubs 27
Walks Rogers Hornsby St. Louis Cardinals 89
Hit by Pitch Heinie Groh New York Giants 11
Strikeouts George Grantham Chicago Cubs 63
Sacrifice Hits Babe Pinelli Cincinnati Reds 33
Batting Average Rogers Hornsby St. Louis Cardinals 0.424
On-Base Percentage Rogers Hornsby St. Louis Cardinals 0.507
Slugging Percentage Rogers Hornsby St. Louis Cardinals 0.696
On-Base plus Slugging Rogers Hornsby St. Louis Cardinals 1.203
On-Base plus Slugging Plus Rogers Hornsby St. Louis Cardinals 222

[edit] Pitching

Statistic Leader Team Number
Wins Dazzy Vance Brooklyn Robins 28
Losses Jesse Barnes Boston Braves 20
Win-Loss Percentage Emil Yde Pittsburgh Pirates 0.842
Appearances Ray Kremer
Johnny Morrison
Pittsburgh Pirates
Pittsburgh Pirates
41
Games Started Burleigh Grimes Brooklyn Robins 36
Complete Games Burleigh Grimes
Dazzy Vance
Brooklyn Robins
Brooklyn Robins
30
Shutouts Jesse Barnes
Wilbur Cooper
Ray Kremer
Eppa Rixey
Allen Sothoron
Emil Yde
Boston Braves
Pittsburgh Pirates
Pittsburgh Pirates
Cincinnati Reds
St. Louis Cardinals
Pittsburgh Pirates
4
Games Finished Jakie May Cincinnati Reds 21
Saves Jakie May Cincinnati Reds 6
Innings Pitched Burleigh Grimes Brooklyn Robins 310.2
Batters Faced Burleigh Grimes Brooklyn Robins 1345
Hits Allowed Burleigh Grimes Brooklyn Robins 351
Home Runs Allowed Tony Kaufmann Chicago Cubs 21
Base-on-Balls Allowed Jimmy Ring Philadelphia Phillies 108
Hit Batsmen Allen Sothoron St. Louis Cardinals 10
Strikeouts Dazzy Vance Brooklyn Robins 262
Wild Pitches Clarence Mitchell Philadelphia Phillies 9
Balks Wayland Dean
Tony Kaufmann
Joe Oeschger
Rosy Ryan
Johnny Stuart
New York Giants
Chicago Cubs
New York Giants/Philadelphia Phillies
New York Giants
St. Louis Cardinals
2
Runs Allowed Burleigh Grimes Brooklyn Robins 161
Earned Runs Allowed Burleigh Grimes Brooklyn Robins 132
Earned Run Average Dazzy Vance Brooklyn Robins 2.16
Walks plus Hits
per Inning Pitched
Dazzy Vance Brooklyn Robins 1.022

[edit] Postseason

In the World Series, the National League champion New York Giants were defeated by the American League's Washington Senators, 4 games to 3.

[edit] Award winners

The winner of the league's League Award, given its Most Valuable Player, was Dazzy Vance, a pitcher with the Brooklyn Robins. In the award's voting, he had 74 out of a possible 80 points.

[edit] Notable events

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