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When the Dodgers slowed Milwaukee down the NL pennant race was alive once more
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September 01, 1958

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When the Dodgers slowed Milwaukee down the NL pennant race was alive once more

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TEAM PERFORMANCES

TEAM LEADERS

This week (8/17-8/23)

 

Batting

 

Season

Homers Week

Week

Season

Homers Season

Pitching Season

NATIONAL LEAGUE

Los Angeles

5-2

.714

59-61

12

Gilliam

.393

Snider

.303

Neal

21

Podres

11-10

San Francisco

4-2

.667

64-56

9

Thomas

.389

Mays

.327

Cepeda

23

Antonelli

14-10

St. Louis

4-3

.571

58-62

8

Musial

.609

Musial

.351

Boyer

20

Jones

11-9

Cincinnati

4-3

.571

57-66

4

Lynch

.387

Temple

.292

Robinson

25

Purkey

14-8

Pittsburgh

4-4

.500

64-57

9

Virdon

.290

Skinner

.316

Thomas

33

Friend

16-13

Milwaukee

3-4

.429

71-51

7

Aaron

.333

Aaron

.328

Aaron

27

Spahn

16-9

Chicago

2-5

.286

57-67

8

Banks

.391

Banks

.317

Banks

41

Hobbie

9-6

Philadelphia

2-5

.286

54-64

8

2 with

.381

Ashburn

.343

Anderson

16

Semproch

13-8

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Kansas City

6-2

.750

57-64

6

Martyn

.333

Cerv

.321

Cerv

29

Garver

11-8

Chicago

4-2

.667

65-57

6

Fox

.423

Goodman

.321

Lollar

17

Pierce

14-8

Baltimore

5-3

.625

58-62

6

Woodling

.350

Woodling

.283

Triandos

24

Portocarrero

12-9

New York

3-3

.500

77-46

9

Howard

.417

Mantle

.304

Mantle

36

Turley

18-6

Boston

3-3

.500

61-59

7

Williams

.409

Runnels

.329

Jensen

33

Delock

12-3

Detroit

2-4

.333

58-62

2

Wilson

.409

Kuenn

.320

2 with

13

Lary

12-12

Cleveland

2-4

.333

58-65

11

Colavito

.417

Power

.318

Colavito

30

McLish

13-6

Washington

1-5

.167

51-70

2

Sievers

.333

Sievers

.315

Sievers

34

Ramos

11-12

Much-Maligned Dodgers finally showed fans in Los Angeles what it used to be like in Brooklyn as they won four out of five games from the Braves. Don Drysdale (right) hit three homers and limited Milwaukee to nine hits and two runs while beating them twice. Gil Hodges hit the 14th grand slam of his career and batted .321 for the week.

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

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