1944 Baseball Season Roster
- Once in a lifetime: Browns win the AL pennant
- Cardinals win the only all-St. Louis World Series
- Newhouser wins 29, Trout 27 for Tigers in amazing AL race
It took a war to even the playing field for the perpetually hapless St. Louis Browns. And the war was the only thing more dramatic than the AL pennant race, when the Browns prevailed by one game over Detroit and its young pitching star, Hal Newhouser (29-9, 2.22). But with Stan Musial (.347, 51 doubles), the Cardinals were the best of the lot, winning their third straight pennant and second World Series of the last three years.
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