1941 Major League Baseball season
|1941 MLB season|
|League||Major League Baseball|
|Duration||April 14 – October 6, 1941|
AL: New York Yankees|
NL: Brooklyn Dodgers
AL: Joe DiMaggio (NYY)|
NL: Dolph Camilli (BRO)
|Champions||New York Yankees|
The 1941 Major League Baseball season included the New York Yankees defeating the Brooklyn Dodgers in the World Series, Ted Williams batting .406, and Joe DiMaggio having a 56-game hitting streak; it has been called the "best baseball season ever".
Awards and honors
- MLB Most Valuable Player Award
- The Sporting News Most Valuable Player Award
- The Sporting News Player of the Year Award
- The Sporting News Manager of the Year Award
Major league baseball final standings
American League final standings
National League final standings
- Creamer, Robert (2000). Baseball and Other Matters in 1941. Bison Books. ISBN 0803264062.
- Vaccaro, Mike (2007). 1941--The Greatest Year In Sports: Two Baseball Legends, Two Boxing Champs, and the Unstoppable Thoroughbred Who Made History in the Shadow of War. Doubleday. ISBN 0385517955.
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