Pinch-hitter supreme Manny Mota has the top seed in this make or break season. He faces single-season record-holder for triples, Owen “Chief” Wilson and a bevy of contenders for a slot in Round Three. Willie McGee, Chili Davis, Rajai Davis, and Chris Speier round out the modern guys and old-timers Paul Hines and Hall-of-Famer Ray Schalk make up the rest of the eight in the battle.
Round One S30
Round One S25
Round One S05
Round One S33
Round One S13
Round One S24
Round One S47
Round One S61
Paul Hines pulled away in the last week of the season to find himself atop of a league that saw six teams qualify for Round Three by finishing with at least a .500 record. Only Hall-of-Famer Ray Schalk and Chris Speier failed to advance.
- Manny Mota led all teams with a .260 batting average while the league hit a combined .230.
- Walter Johnson4 of Paul Hines led the league with an astounding 12 shutouts. Two different Pete Alexanders had 10 shutouts each.
- Paul Hines had a 20-hit game against Chris Speier, winning 10-2.