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The Red Sox had four .300 hitters and a six-game winning streak...and then
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July 28, 1958

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The Red Sox had four .300 hitters and a six-game winning streak...and then

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TEAM PERFORMANCES

TEAM LEADERS

This week (7/13-7/19)

 

Bating

 
 

Season

Homers
Week

Week

Season

Homers
season

Pitching
season

NATIONAL LEAGUE

San Francisco

6-1

.857

49-38

7

Kirkland

.417

Mays

.342

Cepeda

19

Antonelli

10-7

Chicago

6-2

.750

46-43

11

Walls

.455

Dark

.333

Banks

26

Drabowsky

8-9

Milwaukee

5-2

.714

47-37

14

Covington

.391

Covington

.343

Aaron

20

Spahn

11-6

Los Angeles

5-3

.625

40-47

16

Larker

.450

Snider

.289

Neal

17

Podres

9-8

Pittsburgh

4-3

.571

41-46

9

Mazeroski

.444

Skinner

.317

Thomas

26

Friend

11-10

Cincinnati

3-6

.333

40-45

7

Dropo

.350

Temple

.304

Robinson

12

Purkey

11-6

St. Louis

1-7

.125

40-43

9

Blasingame

.367

Musial

.363

Boyer

19

Brosnan

7-7

Philadelphia

1-7

.125

39-43

5

Ashburn

.387

Ashburn

.328

Anderson

13

Semproch

11-6

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Boston

6-1

.857

46-40

4

Runnels

.556

Runnels

.335

Jensen

27

Delock

9-0

Baltimore

5-4

.556

42-44

6

Boyd

.459

Nieman

.324

Triandos

17

O'Dell

9-10

New York

4-4

.500

56-30

6

Howard

.448

Howard

351

Mantle

24

Turley

14-3

Washington

4-4

.500

37-50

8

Sievers

.387

Sievers

.299

Sievers

24

Ramos

7-8

Chicago

4-5

.444

42-46

3

Goodman

.450

Goodman

.333

Landis

13

Pierce

9-6

Cleveland

3-4

.429

41-48

6

Power

.367

Power

.338

Colavito

16

Narleski

10-7

Detroit

3-5

.375

41-44

6

Harris

.371

Kuenn

.319

Kaline

9

Lary

9-8

Kansas City

3-5

375

41-44

4

Cerv

.333

Cerv

.326

Cerv

24

Garver

8-6

Detroit Tiger Jim Bunning inflicted on Boston the first no-hit game of 1958, and the 100th in 20th century major league history. The superstition about making no reference to the performance while in progress was not respected by the Associated Press, which enterprisingly alerted editors everywhere from the sixth inning on (see above).

[This article contains a table. Please see hardcopy of magazine or PDF.]

[This article contains a table. Please see hardcopy of magazine or PDF.]

[This article contains a table. Please see hardcopy of magazine or PDF.]

[This article contains a table. Please see hardcopy of magazine or PDF.]

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