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The 1935 season of the National League was the sixtieth 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 Chicago Cubs 154 100 54 0 .649 -.- 847 (5.50) 597 (3.88) 0.288 0.344 0.414 3.26 0.970
2 St. Louis Cardinals 154 96 58 0 .623 4.0 829 (5.38) 625 (4.06) 0.284 0.333 0.405 3.52 0.972
3 New York Giants 156 91 62 3 .583 8.5 770 (4.94) 675 (4.33) 0.286 0.333 0.416 3.78 0.972
4 Pittsburgh Pirates 153 86 67 0 .562 13.5 743 (4.86) 647 (4.23) 0.285 0.341 0.402 3.42 0.968
5 Brooklyn Dodgers 154 70 83 1 .455 29.5 711 (4.62) 767 (4.98) 0.277 0.330 0.376 4.22 0.969
6 Cincinnati Reds 154 68 85 1 .442 31.5 646 (4.19) 772 (5.01) 0.265 0.316 0.378 4.30 0.966
7 Philadelphia Phillies 156 64 89 3 .410 35.5 685 (4.39) 871 (5.58) 0.269 0.318 0.378 4.76 0.963
8 Boston Braves 153 38 115 0 .248 61.5 575 (3.76) 852 (5.57) 0.263 0.309 0.362 4.93 0.967

[edit] League leaders

Bold indicates league record, Italics indicate all-time record

[edit] Batting

Statistic Leader Team Number
Games Played Ethan Allen
Dolph Camilli
Philadelphia Phillies
Philadelphia Phillies
156
At Bats Jo-Jo Moore New York Giants 681
Runs Scored Augie Galan Chicago Cubs 133
Hits Billy Herman Chicago Cubs 227
Doubles Billy Herman Chicago Cubs 57
Triples Ival Goodman Cincinnati Reds 18
Home Runs Wally Berger Boston Braves 34
Total Bases Joe Medwick St. Louis Cardinals 365
Runs Batted In Wally Berger Boston Braves 130
Stolen Bases Augie Galan Chicago Cubs 22
Walks Arky Vaughan Pittsburgh Pirates 97
Hit by Pitch Hank Leiber New York Giants 10
Strikeouts Dolph Camilli Philadelphia Phillies 113
Sacrifice Hits Billy Herman Chicago Cubs 24
Grounded into Double Plays Hank Leiber New York Giants 20
Batting Average Arky Vaughan Pittsburgh Pirates 0.385
On-Base Percentage Arky Vaughan Pittsburgh Pirates 0.491
Slugging Percentage Arky Vaughan Pittsburgh Pirates 0.607
On-Base plus Slugging Arky Vaughan Pittsburgh Pirates 1.098
On-Base plus Slugging Plus Arky Vaughan Pittsburgh Pirates 190

[edit] Pitching

Statistic Leader Team Number
Wins Dizzy Dean St. Louis Cardinals 28
Losses Ben Cantwell Boston Braves 25
Win-Loss Percentage Bill Lee Chicago Cubs 0.769
Appearances Orville Jorgens Philadelphia Phillies 53
Games Started Dizzy Dean St. Louis Cardinals 36
Complete Games Dizzy Dean St. Louis Cardinals 29
Shutouts Cy Blanton
Freddie Fitzsimmons
Larry French
Van Mungo
Jim Weaver
Pittsburgh Pirates
New York Giants
Chicago Cubs
Brooklyn Dodgers
Pittsburgh Pirates
4
Games Finished Bob Smith
Allyn Stout
Boston Braves
New York Giants
22
Saves Dutch Leonard Brooklyn Dodgers 8
Innings Pitched Dizzy Dean St. Louis Cardinals 325.1
Batters Faced Dizzy Dean St. Louis Cardinals 1362
Hits Allowed Dizzy Dean St. Louis Cardinals 324
Home Runs Allowed Carl Hubbell New York Giants 27
Base-on-Balls Allowed Roy Parmelee New York Giants 97
Hit Batsmen Paul Dean
Roy Parmelee
St. Louis Cardinals
New York Giants
9
Strikeouts Dizzy Dean St. Louis Cardinals 190
Wild Pitches Bill Hallahan
Lon Warneke
St. Louis Cardinals
Chicago Cubs
10
Balks Fred Frankhouse Boston Braves 2
Runs Allowed Fred Frankhouse Boston Braves 147
Earned Runs Allowed Fred Frankhouse Boston Braves 122
Earned Run Average Cy Blanton Pittsburgh Pirates 2.58
Walks plus Hits
per Inning Pitched
Cy Blanton Pittsburgh Pirates 1.081

[edit] All-Star Game

The National League lost the third midsummer classic at Cleveland Stadium in Cleveland, OH on Monday, July 8, 1935 by a score of 4 to 1. The league's manager was Frankie Frisch.

[edit] Postseason

In the World Series, the National League champion Chicago Cubs were defeated by the American League's Detroit Tigers, 4 games to 2.

[edit] Award winners

The winner of the league's Most Valuable Player Award, given its Most Valuable Player, was Gabby Hartnett, a catcher with the Chicago Cubs. In the award's voting, he had 75 out of a possible 80 points.


[edit] Notable events

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