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League Champions

 

1943 | 1944 | 1945 | 1946 | 1947 | 1948 | 1949 | 1950 | 1951 | 1952 | 1953 | 1954

The All-American Girls Professional Baseball League yearly standings and league champions.

The League Champion or pennant winner was the team that topped the standings at the end of the regular season. The Play-off Champion was the team that won the post-season play-offs.

1943 Season

First Half Season

  • Racine Belles (34-20)
  • South Bend (28-26)
  • Kenosha Comets (23-31)
  • Rockford Peaches (23-31)

Second Half Season

  • Kenosha Comets (33-21)
  • South Bend Blue Sox (30-24)
  • Racine Belles (25-23)
  • Rockford Peaches (20-34)

1943 League Champions: South Bend Blue Sox

1943 Play-Off Champions: Racine Belles


1944 Season

First Half Season

  • Kenosha Comets (36-23)
  • South Bend Blue Sox (33-25)
  • Milwaukee Chicks (31-27)
  • Racine Belles (28-32)
  • Rockford Peaches (24-32)
  • Minneapolis Millerettes (23-36)

Second Half Season

  • Milwaukee Chicks (40-19)
  • South Bend Blue Sox (31-27)
  • Rockford Peaches (29-28)
  • Racine Belles (26-31)
  • Kenosha Comets (25-32)
  • Minneapolis Millerettes (22-36)

1944 League Champions: Milwaukee Chicks

1944 Play-Off Champions: Milwaukee Chicks


1945 Season

  • Rockford Peaches (67-43)
  • Fort Wayne Daisies (62-47)
  • Grand Rapids Chicks (60-50)
  • Racine Belles (50-60)
  • South Bend Blue Sox (49-60)
  • Kenosha Comets (41-69)

1945 League Champions: Rockford Peaches

1945 Play-Off Champions: Rockford Peaches


1946 Season

  • Racine Belles (74-38)
  • Grand Rapids Chicks (71-41)
  • South Bend Blue Sox (70-42)
  • Rockford Peaches (60-52)
  • Fort Wayne Daisies (52-60)
  • Muskegon Lassies (46-66)
  • Kenosha Comets (42-70)
  • Peoria Redwings (33-79)

1946 League Champions: Racine Belles

1946 Play-Off Champions: Racine Belles


1947 Season

  • Muskegon Lassies (69-43)
  • Grand Rapids Chicks (65-47)
  • Racine Belles (65-47)
  • South Bend Blue Sox (57-54)
  • Peoria Redwings (55-57)
  • Rockford Peaches (48-63)
  • Fort Wayne Daisies (45-67)
  • Kenosha Comets (43-69)

1947 League Champions: Muskegon Lassies

1947 Play-Off Champions: Grand Rapids Chicks


1948 Season

Eastern Division

  • Grand Rapids Chicks (77-47)
  • Muskegon Lassies (66-57)
  • South Bend Blue Sox (57-69)
  • Fort Wayne Daisies (53-72)
  • Chicago Colleens (47-76)

Western Division

  • Racine Belles (76-49)
  • Rockford Peaches (74-49)
  • Peoria Redwings (70-55)
  • Kenosha Comets (61-64)
  • Springfield Sallies (41-84)

1948 League Champions: Grand Rapids Chicks

1948 Play-Off Champions: Rockford Peaches


1949 Season

  • * Rockford Peaches (75-36)
  • South Bend Blue Sox (75-36)
  • Grand Rapids Chicks (57-54)
  • Kenosha Comets (56-55)
  • Fort Wayne Daisies (53-57)
  • Muskegon Lassies (46-66)
  • Racine Belles (45-65)
  • Peoria Redwings (36-73)

1949 League Champions: Rockford Peaches

1949 Play-Off Champions: Rockford Peaches

* Rockford won best of seven against South Bend 4-0 for the League Championship.


1950 Season

  • Rockford Peaches (67-44)
  • Fort Wayne Daisies (62-43)
  • Kenosha Comets (64-46)
  • Grand Rapids Chicks (59-53)
  • South Bend Blue Sox (55-55)
  • Racine Belles (50-60)
  • Peoria Redwings (44-63)
  • Kalamazoo Lassies (36-73)

1950 League Champions: Rockford Peaches

1950 Play-Off Champions: Rockford Peaches


1951 Season

First Half Season

  • Grand Rapids Chicks (40-13)
  • Fort Wayne Daisies (34-17)
  • South Bend Blue Sox (38-22)
  • Rockford Peaches (31-26)
  • Peoria Redwings (28-25)
  • Kenosha Comets (21-36)
  • Kalamazoo Lassies (19-38)
  • Battle Creek Belles (11-45)

Second Half Season

  • South Bend Blue Sox (38-14)
  • Rockford Peaches (34-15)
  • Fort Wayne Daisies (34-18)
  • Grand Rapids Chicks (31-22)
  • Peoria Redwings (21-31)
  • Battle Creek Belles (19-35)
  • Kenosha Comets (15-35)
  • Kalamazoo Lassies (15-37)

1951 League Champions: South Bend Blue Sox

1951 Play-Off Champions: South Bend Blue Sox


1952 Season

  • Fort Wayne Daisies (67-42)
  • South Bend Blue Sox (64-45)
  • Rockford Peaches (55-54)
  • Grand Rapids Chicks (50-60)
  • Kalamazoo Lassies (49-60)
  • Battle Creek Belles (43-67)

1952 League Champions: Fort Wayne Daisies

1952 Play-Off Champions: South Bend Blue Sox


1953 Season

  • Fort Wayne Daisies (66-39)
  • Grand Rapids Chicks (62-44)
  • Kalamazoo Lassies (56-50)
  • Rockford Peaches (51-55)
  • South Bend Blue Sox (44-62)
  • Muskegon Belles (38-67)

1953 League Champions: Fort Wayne Daisies

1953 Play-Off Champions: Grand Rapids Chicks


1954 Season

  • Fort Wayne Daisies (54-40)
  • South Bend Blue Sox (48-44)
  • Grand Rapids Chicks (46-45)
  • Kalamazoo Lassies (48-49)
  • Rockford Peaches (37-55)

1954 League Champions: Fort Wayne Daisies

1954 Play-Off Champions: Kalamazoo Lassies


Top Career RBI Leaders

The top career RBI leaders in the AAGPBL are listed below. Notice that these are not averages, but total figures provided by the archives at the Northern Indiana Center for History.

Dorothy Schroeder (431)
Inez Voyce (422)
Eleanor Callow (407)
Elizabeth "Lib" Mahon (400)
La Vonne "Pepper" Paire (400)
Edythe "Edie" Perlick (392)
Doris Satterfield (366)
Rose Gacioch (352)
Jo Lenard (351)
Eleanor Dapkus (316)
Jane "Jeep" Stoll (312)
Betty Weaver (312)
Dorothy "Snooky" Harrell Doyle (306)
Wilma Briggs (301)

League Batting Champions

1943 Gladys "Terrie" Davis (.332)
1944 Betsy Jochum (.296)
1945 Mary Nesbitt Wisham (.319)
1946 Dorothy Kamenshek (.316)
1947 Dorothy Kamenshek (.306)
1948 Audrey Wagner (.312)
1949 Jean Faut (.291)
1950 Betty Foss (.346)
1951 Betty Foss (.368)
1952 Joanne Weaver (.344)
1953 Joanne Weaver (.346)
1954 Joanne Weaver (.429)

League Pitching Champions

1943 Helen Nicol, Kenosha Comets 31-8 1.81
1944 Helen Nicol, Kenosha Comets 17-11 0.93
1945 Connie Wisniewski, Grand Rapid Chicks 32-11 0.81
1946 Connie Wisniewski, Grand Rapid Chicks 33-9 0.96
1947 Mildred Earp, Grand Rapid Chicks 20-8 0.68
1948 Alice Haylett, Grand Rapid Chicks 25-5 0.77
1949 Lois Florreich, Rockford Peaches 22-7 0.67
1950 Jean Faut, South Bend Blue Sox 21-9 1.12
1951 Alma Ziegler, Grand Rapid Chicks 14-8 1.26
1952 Jean Faut, South Bend Blue Sox 20-2 0.93
1953 Jean Faut, South Bend Blue Sox 17-11 1.51
1954 Janet Rumsey, South Bend Blue Sox 15-6 2.18

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