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The 1933 season of the National League was the fifty-eighth 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 156 91 61 4 .583 -.- 636 (4.08) 515 (3.30) 0.263 0.311 0.361 2.71 0.973
2 Pittsburgh Pirates 154 87 67 0 .565 5.0 667 (4.33) 619 (4.02) 0.285 0.330 0.383 3.27 0.972
3 Chicago Cubs 154 86 68 0 .558 6.0 646 (4.19) 536 (3.48) 0.271 0.321 0.380 2.93 0.973
4 Boston Braves 156 83 71 2 .532 9.0 552 (3.54) 531 (3.40) 0.252 0.296 0.345 2.96 0.978
5 St. Louis Cardinals 154 82 71 1 .532 9.5 687 (4.46) 609 (3.95) 0.276 0.325 0.378 3.37 0.973
6 Brooklyn Dodgers 157 65 88 4 .414 26.5 617 (3.93) 695 (4.43) 0.263 0.314 0.359 3.73 0.971
7 Philadelphia Phillies 152 60 92 0 .395 31.0 607 (3.99) 760 (5.00) 0.274 0.323 0.369 4.34 0.970
8 Cincinnati Reds 153 58 94 1 .379 33.0 496 (3.24) 643 (4.20) 0.246 0.294 0.320 3.42 0.971

[edit] League leaders

Bold indicates league record, Italics indicate all-time record

[edit] Batting

Statistic Leader Team Number
Games Played Gus Suhr
Pie Traynor
Paul Waner
Pittsburgh Pirates
Pittsburgh Pirates
Pittsburgh Pirates
154
At Bats Chick Fullis Philadelphia Phillies 647
Runs Scored Pepper Martin St. Louis Cardinals 122
Hits Chuck Klein Philadelphia Phillies 223
Doubles Chuck Klein Philadelphia Phillies 44
Triples Arky Vaughan Pittsburgh Pirates 19
Home Runs Chuck Klein Philadelphia Phillies 28
Total Bases Chuck Klein Philadelphia Phillies 365
Runs Batted In Chuck Klein Philadelphia Phillies 120
Stolen Bases Pepper Martin St. Louis Cardinals 26
Walks Mel Ott New York Giants 75
Hit by Pitch George Watkins St. Louis Cardinals 12
Strikeouts Wally Berger Boston Braves 77
Sacrifice Hits Dick Bartell Philadelphia Phillies 37
Grounded into Double Plays Ernie Lombardi Cincinnati Reds 26
Batting Average Chuck Klein Philadelphia Phillies 0.368
On-Base Percentage Chuck Klein Philadelphia Phillies 0.422
Slugging Percentage Chuck Klein Philadelphia Phillies 0.602
On-Base plus Slugging Chuck Klein Philadelphia Phillies 1.024
On-Base plus Slugging Plus Chuck Klein Philadelphia Phillies 175

[edit] Pitching

Statistic Leader Team Number
Wins Carl Hubbell New York Giants 23
Losses Paul Derringer St. Louis Cardinals/Cincinnati Reds 27
Win-Loss Percentage Bud Tinning Chicago Cubs 0.684
Appearances Dizzy Dean St. Louis Cardinals 48
Games Started Boom-Boom Beck
Freddie Fitzsimmons
Larry French
Brooklyn Dodgers
New York Giants
Pittsburgh Pirates
35
Complete Games Dizzy Dean
Lon Warneke
St. Louis Cardinals
Chicago Cubs
26
Shutouts Carl Hubbell New York Giants 10
Games Finished Ad Liska Philadelphia Phillies 25
Saves Phil Collins Philadelphia Phillies 6
Innings Pitched Carl Hubbell New York Giants 308.2
Batters Faced Larry French Pittsburgh Pirates 1209
Hits Allowed Larry French Pittsburgh Pirates 290
Home Runs Allowed Ed Holley Philadelphia Phillies 18
Base-on-Balls Allowed Bill Hallahan St. Louis Cardinals 98
Hit Batsmen Roy Parmelee New York Giants 14
Strikeouts Dizzy Dean St. Louis Cardinals 199
Wild Pitches Roy Parmelee New York Giants 14
Balks Bob Brown
John Jackson
Boston Braves
Philadelphia Phillies
2
Runs Allowed Boom-Boom Beck Brooklyn Dodgers 128
Earned Runs Allowed Tex Carleton St. Louis Cardinals 104
Earned Run Average Carl Hubbell New York Giants 1.66
Walks plus Hits
per Inning Pitched
Carl Hubbell New York Giants 0.982

[edit] All-Star Game

The National League lost the first midsummer classic at Comiskey Park in Chicago, IL on Thursday, July 6, 1933 by a score of 4 to 2. The league's manager was John McGraw.

[edit] Postseason

In the World Series, the National League champion New York Giants defeated the American League's Washington Senators, 4 games to 1.

[edit] Award winners

The winner of the league's Most Valuable Player Award, given its Most Valuable Player, was Carl Hubbell, a pitcher with the New York Giants. In the award's voting, he had 77 out of a possible 80 points.


[edit] Notable events

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