1941 National League


The 1941 season was the National League's 66th, and 8 teams competed in the league that year. The Brooklyn Dodgers won the 1941 championship.

1941 National League Standings
1941 National League League Leaders

Boston Braves (62-92) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Brooklyn Dodgers (100-54) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Chicago Cubs (70-84) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Cincinnati Reds (88-66) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
New York Giants (74-79) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Philadelphia Phillies (43-111) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Pittsburgh Pirates (81-73) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
St. Louis Cardinals (97-56) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results


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1941 Award Winners


Dolph Camilli - Baseball Magazine All-Star
Creepy Crespi - Baseball Magazine All-Star
Jimmy Brown - Baseball Magazine All-Star
Al Lopez - Baseball Magazine All-Star
Pete Reiser - Baseball Magazine All-Star
Joe Medwick - Baseball Magazine All-Star
Whit Wyatt - Baseball Magazine All-Star
Elmer Riddle - Baseball Magazine All-Star
Ernie White - Baseball Magazine All-Star
Kirby Higbe - Baseball Magazine All-Star
Lon Warneke - Baseball Magazine All-Star
Enos Slaughter - Baseball Magazine All-Star
Billy Jurges - Baseball Magazine All-Star
Dolph Camilli - Most Valuable Player
Dolph Camilli - TSN Guide MVP

1941 All-Stars


Cy Blanton DNP
Dolph Camilli DNP
Harry Danning
Paul Derringer
Bob Elliott
Lonny Frey
Stan Hack
Billy Herman
Carl Hubbell DNP
Cookie Lavagetto
Hank Leiber DNP
Al Lopez
Frank McCormick
Joe Medwick
Eddie Miller
Johnny Mize
Terry Moore
Bill Nicholson
Mel Ott
Mickey Owen
Claude Passeau
Pete Reiser
Enos Slaughter
Arky Vaughan
Bucky Walters
Lon Warneke DNP
Whit Wyatt

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