FEDERALLY ALIGNED BASEBALL LEAGUES
FEDERAL ASSOCIATION NAMES DAY BEST PLAYER
11/01/1943
 
Federal Association Names Day Best Player
Monday, October 25th , 1943
It's been a year of triumph for veteran Pete Day of the Boston Minutemen as he hit his way to the 1943 Federal Association Whitney Award.

The 32-year-old veteran compiled a .304 average and .396 on-base percentage by putting together 182 hits, 35 doubles, 10 triples, 2 home runs and 94 walks. He also scored 108 times and drove in 64 runs.

He received 7 first place votes out of a possible 16. Al Tucker of the St. Louis Pioneers finished second in voting with 6 first place votes, while Bobby Barrell of the Philadelphia Keystones finished third with 3 first place votes.

Player - Team - First Place - Total Points
Pete Day - Boston Minutemen - 7 - 195
Al Tucker - St. Louis Pioneers - 6 - 165
Bobby Barrell - Philadelphia Keystones - 3 - 136
Ron Rattigan - Chicago Chiefs - 0 - 134
Lew McClendon - Boston Minutemen - 0 - 97
Hank Koblenz - Philadelphia Keystones - 0 - 86
Chick Donnelly - Boston Minutemen - 0 - 55
Johnny McDowell - Pittsburgh Miners - 0 - 29
Walt Messer - New York Gothams - 0 - 21
Heinie Zimmer - St. Louis Pioneers - 0 - 14
Harry Barrell - Boston Minutemen - 0 - 13
George Dawson - Washington Eagles - 0 - 10
Harry Shumate - Philadelphia Keystones - 0 - 10
Gail Gifford - St. Louis Pioneers - 0 - 6
Mel Carrol - Washington Eagles - 0 - 5
Rip Curry - Detroit Dynamos - 0 - 4
Pinky Pierce - Pittsburgh Miners - 0 - 4
Jesse Alvardo - Washington Eagles - 0 - 3
Sig Stofer - Washington Eagles - 0 - 3
Paul Wilkerson - Washington Eagles - 0 - 2
Tuesday, September 13th , 2022 - OOTP Baseball 23.7 Build 88