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San Francisco harassed the Braves and the Yankees increased their huge lead
July 20, 1958

Phillies Flight to the first division has been powered by the hitting of Outfielder Harry Anderson (left) and the pitching of Right-Hander Ray Semproch. Anderson is Philadelphia's chief run producer with 12 home runs, 55 runs batted in and a .315 batting average, while Rookie Semproch leads all National League pitchers with 11 wins.

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TWO PHOTOS

TEAM PERFORMANCES

TEAM LEADERS

This week (7/5-7/12)

Batting

Season

Homers
Week

Week

Season

Homers
Season

Pitching
Season

NATIONAL LEAGUE

San Francisco

3-1

.750

43-37

5

Cepeda

.455

Mays

.346

Cepeda

18

Antonelli

9-7

Milwaukee

3-2

.600

42-35

7

Covington

.500

Covington

.333

Mathews

17

Spahn

10-6

Philadelphia

3-2

.600

38-36

5

Philley

.529

Ashburn

.322

Anderson

12

Semproch

11-5

St. Louis

2-2

.500

39-36

5

Boyer

.500

Musial

.364

Boyer

16

Brosnan

7-6

Chicago

2-2

.500

40-41

4

Banks

.471

Dark

.328

Banks

23

Drabowsky

8-8

Cincinnati

2-3

.400

37-39

4

Robinson

.412

Temple

.310

Robinson

10

Purkey

10-5

Los Angeles

2-3

.400

35-44

4

Larker

.333

Snider

.295

Neal

15

Podres

8-8

Pittsburgh

1-3

.250

37-43

5

Groat

.500

Skinner

.314

Thomas

25

Friend

10-10

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Washington

3-1

.750

33-46

4

Courtney

.455

Bridges

.297

Sievers

20

Ramos

7-6

New York

4-2

.667

52-26

4

Berra

.385

Howard

.333

Mantle

22

Turley

13-3

Baltimore

2-1

.667

7-40

0

Williams

.556

Williams

.308

Triandos

16

O'Dell

8-9

Boston

3-2

.600

40-39

7

Williams

.500

Williams

.319

Jensen

26

Delock

8-0

Detroit

2-2

.500

38-39

2

F. Boiling

.375

Kuenn

.319

Kaline

9

Lary

8-8

Chicago

2-3

.400

38-41

6

Goodman

.389

Fox

.328

2 with

12

Pierce

8-5

Cleveland

2-4

.333

38-44

5

Power

.370

Power

.324

Colavito

14

Narleski

10-6

Kansas City

0-3

.000

38-39

4

Cerv

.333

Cerv

.325

Cerv

23

Garver

8-5

HEROES AND GOATS

THE SEASON (to July 12)

BEST

WORST

Batting (NL)

Musial. StL .364

Foiles, Pitt .183

Batting (AL)

Fox. Chi .328

Hunter, Clev .179

Home run hitters (NL)

Thomas, Pitt 25 (1 per 12 AB)

Schoendienst, Mil 0 (in 220 AB)

Home run hitters (AL)

Jensen, Bos 26 (1 per 10 ½ AB)

Fox, Chi 0 (in 314 AB)

Pitching (NL)

Semproch. Phil 11-5

Newcombe, Cin 1-8

Pitching (AL)

Turley, NY 13-3

Donovan, Chi 4-10

ERA(NL)

Worthington, SF 2.81

Drysdale, LA 5.76

ERA (AL)

Ford, NY 2.01

Fornieles, Bos 5.76

Complete games (NL)

Spahn, Mil 13 (in 19 starts)

Drott, Chi 2 (in 17 starts)

Complete games (AL)

Turley, NY 12 (in 17 starts)

Pappas, Balt 1 (in 11 starts)

Team HR (NL)

San Francisco 97

St. Louis 54

Team HR (AL)

New York 95

Baltimore 49

Team runs (NL)

San Francisco 399

St. Louis 316

Team runs (AL)

New York 387

Baltimore 249

Team hits (NL)

San Francisco 764

Los Angeles 671

Team hits (AL)

Cleveland 721
New York 721

Baltimore 617

RUNS PRODUCED

Runs Scored

Teammates Batted In

Total Runs Produced

NATIONAL LEAGUE

Banks, Chi (.307)

65

41

106

Mays, SF (.346)

64

33

97

Thomas, Pitt (.288)

50

46

96

Cepeda, SF (.308)

51

38

89

Spencer, SF (.296)

44

41

85

Anderson, Phil (.315)

42

43

85

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Jensen, Bos (.312)

50

50

100

Cerv, KC (.325)

55

40

95

Man le, NY (.275)

61

24

85

Power, Clev (.324)

53

31

84

Lopez, KC (.264)

49

33

82

THE ROOKIES

NATIONAL LEAGUE

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Batting

Flood, StL .311

Pearson, Wash .277

Home runs

Cepeda, SF 18

Harrell, Clev 5
Marshall, Balt 5
Chrisley, Wash 5

RBIs

Cepeda, SF 56

Aspromonte, Wash 22

Pitching

Semproch, Phil 11-5

Pappas, Balt 6-2

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)