| || BNN Stats: Single-Season Records |
Monday, November 20th , 1944
Who holds the single season record in the Federally Aligned Baseball Leagues for home runs?
Max Morris, STL, 60, 1923
Max Morris, STL, 59, 1922
Max Morris, STL, 57, 1925
Joe Masters, CHI, 56, 1928
Bobby Barrell, PHI, 53, 1936
| || Breaking FABL News: Winter Meetings End |
Thursday, November 16th , 1944
As attendees make plans to get out of town, a few waning hours remain for deal-making. General managers might pick up the phone and call that agent who has been on the backburner for the past few days. They might still explore trade options with another club to see what's out there. They still have until the end of today, when Winter Meetings wrap up for the year and they could just end up with a surprising catch to take back home to their fans.
| || St. Louis Swaps Cornett to New York for Gregory |
Monday, November 13th , 1944
In a move that has left many fans wondering, the St. Louis Pioneers have traded 28-year old RHP Ed Cornett and $500 in cash to the New York Stars. In return, the Pioneers receive 21-year old RHP Larry Gregory.
Cornett owns a 30-44 won-lost record with a 4.71 ERA for his career. In 132 games he has recorded no saves, and the 28-year-old has 246 strikeouts in 727.1 innings of work.
A check of his career stats reveals Gregory has chalked up 5 wins and 6 losses with 27 strikeouts and a 4.12 ERA. Opposing teams have put up a .279 batting average against him.
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