1933 New York Yankees
|1933 New York Yankees |
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1933 New York Yankees / Franchise: New York Yankees / BR Team Page
Managed by Joe McCarthy
History, Comments, Contributions
The 1933 New York Yankees played the 31st season in team history. They finished with a record of 91-59, 7 games behind the Washington Senators. New York was managed by Joe McCarthy. The Yankees played at Yankee Stadium.
On August 3rd, the Yankees were shut out, 7-0, by the Philadlephia Athletics and pitcher Lefty Grove. This ended a major league record streak of 308 games without being shut out, dating back to August 2, 1931. The record still stands.
Awards and Honors
|New York Yankees||91||59||.607||7|
|Chicago White Sox||67||83||.447||31|
|Boston Red Sox||63||86||.423||34½|
|St. Louis Browns||55||96||.364||43½|