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1941 St. Louis Browns 1941 St. Louis Browns

7th Place finish in 1941 - St. Louis Browns moved to Baltimore in the 1950s

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1941 St. Louis Browns
A Bit of Old Baseball History Here!

The St Louis Browns 1941 ended the season at 70-84, in 7th place in an eight team American League... The Brownies complied a team batting average of .266, were second highest with an on-base-percentage of .360, and had the third best slugging percentage with .390. However, their .472 ERA was next to the last.

1941 St Louis Browns Roster

* Pitching Summary:

Bob Muncrief 13-9, 3.65 ERA in 36 Games... Bob Harris 12-14, 5.21 ERA in 34G... Johnny Allen 2-5, 6.58 ERA in 20G... Eldon Auker 14-15, 5.50 ERA in 34G... Denny Galehouse 9-10, 3.64 ERA in 30G... George Caster 3-7, 5.00 ERA in 32G... John Niggeling 7-9, 3.80 ERA in 24G... Bill Trotter 4-2, 5.98 ERA in 29G...

Jack Kramer 4-3, 5.16 ERA in 29G... Vern Kennedy 2-4, 4.40 ERA in 6G... Emil Bildilli 0-0, 11.57 ERA in 2G... Archie McKain 0-1, 8.10 ERA in 8G... Hooks Iott 0-0, 9.00 ERA In 2G... Maury Newlin 0-2, 6.51 ERA in 14G... Fritz Ostermueller 0-3, 4.50 ERA in 15G...


* Batting Statistics:

Johnny Berardino .271 BA, 5Hr, 89 RBIs in 128 Games... Harlond Clift .255, 17Hr, 84 RBIs in 154G... Roy Cullenbine .317, 9Hr, 98 RBIs in 149G... George Archie .379, 0Hr, 5 RBIs in 9G... Bobby Estalella .241, 0Hr, 14 RBIs in 46G... Rick Ferrell .252, 2Hr, 23 RBIs in 100G... Joe Grace .309, 6Hr, 60 RBIs in 115G... Frank Grube .154, 0Hr, 1 RBI in 18G... Bob Swift .259, 0Hr, 21 RBIs in 63G...

Wally Judnich .284, 14Hr, 83 RBIs in 146G... Chet Laabs .278, 15Hr, 59 RBIs in 118G... Don Heffner .233, 0Hr, 17 RBIs in 110G... John Lucadello .279, 2Hr, 31 RBIs in 107G... George McQuinn .297, 18Hr, 80 RBIs in 130G... Rip Radcliff .282, 2Hr, 14 RBIs in 19G... Glenn McQuillen .333, 0Hr, 3 RBIs in 7G... Vern Stephens .154, 0Hr, 0 RBIs in 3G... Chuck Stevens .154, 0Hr, 2 RBIs in 4G... Alan Strange .232, 0Hr, 11 RBIs in 45G... Myril Hoag .000 in 1G...

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