Who Won the 1935
MLB NL Batting Champion

Arky Vaughan (.385)

Pittsburgh Pirates

1934 MLB NL Batting Champion Winner
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Photos: Today in History, September 20

Meriden Record-Journal
Decided assets in the tight pennant race with St. Louis are, left to right: Billy Herman, second baseman; Arky Vaughan, third baseman; Dolph Camilli, first baseman, and “Pee Wee” Reese, shortstop. (AP Photo). British aviatrix Beryl Markham acknowledges ...

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This week in Pittsburgh Sports History

PGH City Paper
Pitcher and off-season speakeasy owner Heine Meine throws a three-hitter while Pie Traynor gets five of the Pirates' 21 hits to beat the Chicago Cubs 15-0. Aug. 31, 1952. Former Pirates shortstop Arky Vaughan, two years into retirement, drowns when the ...

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Josh Bell's rookie season ranks among the very best in the Pittsburgh Pirates franchise

Pirates Breakdown
Arky Vaughan played for the Pirates during the 1930s and had a great debut with the team. His WAR in his rookie year was 3.9 and he slashed .318/.375/.412. He may have only hit four home runs that year (his career high of 19 would come in 1935) but ...

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Giancarlo Stanton Has Finally Become the Most Frightening Hitter in Baseball

The Ringer (blog)
In MLB history, only 10 first-year players age 20 or younger qualified for the batting title with an OBP of .340 or higher: five of them went on to become Hall of Famers (Williams, Robinson, Arky Vaughan, Willie Mays, and Orlando Cepeda), and two of ...

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