1948 National League

The 1948 season was the National League's 73rd, and 8 teams competed in the league that year. The Boston Braves won the 1948 NL championship.

1948 National League Standings
1948 National League League Leaders

Boston Braves (91-62) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Brooklyn Dodgers (84-70) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Chicago Cubs (64-90) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Cincinnati Reds (64-89) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
New York Giants (78-76) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Philadelphia Phillies (66-88) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Pittsburgh Pirates (83-71) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
St. Louis Cardinals (85-69) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results

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1948 Award Winners

Johnny Mize - Baseball Magazine All-Star
Jackie Robinson - Baseball Magazine All-Star
Andy Pafko - Baseball Magazine All-Star
Phil Masi - Baseball Magazine All-Star
Enos Slaughter - Baseball Magazine All-Star
Ralph Kiner - Baseball Magazine All-Star
Johnny Sain - Baseball Magazine All-Star
Johnny Schmitz - Baseball Magazine All-Star
Harry Brecheen - Baseball Magazine All-Star
Stan Musial - Baseball Magazine All-Star
Al Dark - Baseball Magazine All-Star
Stan Musial - Most Valuable Player
Johnny Sain - TSN Pitcher of the Year
Stan Musial - TSN Player of the Year

1948 All-Stars

Richie Ashburn NL
Ewell Blackwell NL
Ralph Branca NL
Harry Brecheen NL DNP
Walker Cooper NL
Bob Elliott NL
Sid Gordon NL DNP
Frankie Gustine NL
Tommy Holmes NL
Buddy Kerr NL
Ralph Kiner NL
Marty Marion NL DNP
Phil Masi NL
Clyde McCullough NL DNP
Johnny Mize NL
Stan Musial NL
Andy Pafko NL
Pee Wee Reese NL
Elmer Riddle NL DNP
Bill Rigney NL
Johnny Sain NL
Johnny Schmitz NL
Red Schoendienst NL
Enos Slaughter NL
Eddie Stanky NL DNP
Bobby Thomson NL
Eddie Waitkus NL



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