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The 1944 International League season was the 59th in the league's history, and ended with the Baltimore Orioles winning their first Governors' Cup. The Orioles would go on to win the Junior World Series.

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[edit] Final standings

Playoff teams in bold.

W L Pct. GB Manager Affiliation
Baltimore Orioles 84 68 .553 -- Tommy Thomas Cleveland Indians
Newark Bears 85 69 .552 -- Billy Meyer New York Yankees
Toronto Maple Leafs 79 74 .516 Burleigh Grimes Pittsburgh Pirates
Buffalo Bisons 78 76 .506 7 Bucky Harris Detroit Tigers
Jersey City Giants 74 79 .484 10½ Gabby Hartnett New York Giants
Montreal Royals 73 80 .477 11½ Bruno Betzel Brooklyn Dodgers
Rochester Red Wings 71 82 .464 13½ Ken Penner St. Louis Cardinals
Syracuse Chiefs 68 84 .447 16 Jewel Ens Cincinnati Reds

[edit] Playoffs

  First Round Governors' Cup Finals
                 
1  Baltimore Orioles 4  
4  Buffalo Bisons 3  
    1  Baltimore Orioles 4
  2  Newark Bears 3
2  Newark Bears 4
3  Toronto Maple Leafs 0  

[edit] First Round

Baltimore vs. Buffalo
Date Away Home
September 17 Buffalo 9 Baltimore 4
September 20 Baltimore 0 Buffalo 1
7 innings
September 21 Baltimore 5 Buffalo 3
September 22 Baltimore 7 Buffalo 4
September 24 Buffalo 4 Baltimore 2
September 25 Buffalo 3 Baltimore 9
September 26 Buffalo 4 Baltimore 9
Baltimore wins series 4-3
Newark vs. Toronto
Date Away Home
September 16 Toronto 1 Newark 5
September 17 Toronto 2 Newark 3
11 innings
September 18 Newark 8 Toronto 4
September 19 Newark 3 Toronto 2
Newark wins series 4-0

[edit] Governors' Cup Finals

Baltimore vs. Newark
Date Away Home
September 27 Newark 3 Baltimore 14
September 29 Baltimore 0 Newark 4
September 30 Baltimore 4 Newark 6
October 1 Newark 3 Baltimore 7
October 2 Newark 7 Baltimore 5
11 innings
October 3 Baltimore 5 Newark 3
October 4 Newark 3 Baltimore 6
Baltimore wins series 4-3 and
advances to Junior World Series


[edit] League Leaders

[edit] Batting

[edit] Pitching

[edit] All-Star Team

[edit] References

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