1935 Major League Baseball season
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The 1935 Major League Baseball season.
Awards and honors 
Statistical leaders 
Major league baseball final standings 
|2nd||New York Yankees||89||60||.597||3.0|
|4th||Boston Red Sox||78||75||.510||16.0|
|5th||Chicago White Sox||74||78||.487||19.5|
|7th||St. Louis Browns||65||87||.428||28.5|
|2nd||St. Louis Cardinals||96||58||.623||4.0|
|3rd||New York Giants||91||62||.595||8.5|
- May 24 – At Crosley Field, the Cincinnati Reds and the visiting Philadelphia Phillies played the first night game, which Cincinnati won 2–1.
- May 25 – Babe Ruth of the Boston Braves goes 4-for-4 with three home runs and six runs batted in. It is the last multi-homer game of Ruth's career, with the final home run being the first ball ever hit to clear the roof at Forbes Field in Pittsburgh.
- May 30 – Babe Ruth ends his playing career with the Boston Braves of the National League. A mathematical extrapolation made in 1990 shows that had Ruth been born five years later, in 1900, rather than in 1895 and begun his hitting career in 1919 – at the start of the Lively Ball Era – rather than in 1914 – he would have hit a career 1,115 home runs and garnered a career 4,120 hits including an 80-home run season in 1930 when the baseball was further "juiced."
- July 8 – At Cleveland Municipal Stadium, home of the Cleveland Indians, the American League defeats the National League, 4–1, in the All-Star Game.
- August 31 – Vern Kennedy pitches a no-hitter as the Chicago White Sox defeat the Cleveland Indians, 5–0.
- October 7 – The Detroit Tigers defeat the Chicago Cubs, 4–3, in Game 6 of the World Series to win their first World Championship, four games to two. This was Detroit's first Series victory after failing to win four previous times.
- November 26 – The National League takes over the bankrupt, last-place Boston Braves franchise after several failed attempts to buy the club. The league takes over only temporarily, until matters can be straightened out.
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