Who Won the 1937
MLB NL Batting Champion

Joe Medwick (.374)

St Louis Cardinals

1936 MLB NL Batting Champion Winner
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1937 MLB NL Batting Champion Winner Joe Medwick News

BenFred: 8-run inning shouldn't happen when Cards have 8-man 'pen

STLtoday.com
And if DeJong's 66-game season ended today, his 18 homers would tie Ken Boyer and Joe Medwick for fifth-most as Cardinals rookie all-time. He could realistically catch Johnny Mize (19), Ray Jablonski (21) and Chris Duncan (22), which would leave him ...

1937 MLB NL Batting Champion Winner Joe Medwick News

Things we can do without, or more baseball trivia in the making

SportzEdge.com
It is also the longest road hitting streak by a player against any opponent since the Cardinals' Joe (Ducky) Medwick's 46 games at Brooklyn from 1933-37. Warning. As long as the game of baseball is played, there will be more of these things to inform ...

1937 MLB NL Batting Champion Winner Joe Medwick News

Morning leadoff

Bismarck Tribune
FROM 1D: The last National League player to hit for the Triple Crown was Joe Medwick of St. Louis in 1937, hitting .374 with 31 homers and 154 RBIs. Playback.

1937 MLB NL Batting Champion Winner Joe Medwick News

Nolan Arenado is on pace for 130 RBIs again | MLB.com

MLB.com
Baseball has entered a new era in 2017, one in which the “Three True Outcomes“ reign supreme and many teams are adopting the “three-run homer“ aspect of ...

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