1948 Chicago Cubs season


1948 Chicago Cubs season

MLB yearly infobox-pre1969 alt‎
name = Chicago Cubs
season = 1948
misc =

current league = National League
y1 = 1876
Uniform
ballpark = Wrigley Field
y4 = 1916
city = Chicago, Illinois
y5 = 1871
owners =Philip K. Wrigley
general manager = James Gallagher
managers = Charlie Grimm
television = WGN-TV
(Jack Brickhouse)
WBKB
(Joe Wilson)
radio = WIND
(Bert Wilson)|

Regular season

eason standings

Roster

Relief pitchers

Farm system [Johnson, Lloyd, and Wolff, Miles, ed., "The Encyclopedia of Minor League Baseball," 2nd edition. Durham, N.C.: Baseball America, 1997]

* Class AAA: Los Angeles Angels (Pacific Coast League; Bill Kelly, manager)
* Class AA: Nashville Vols (Southern Association; Larry Gilbert, manager)
* Class A: Macon Peaches (Sally League; Don Osborn, manager)
* Class A: Des Moines Bruins (Western League; Stan Hack, manager)
* Class B: Decatur Commodores (Illinois-Indiana-Iowa League; Red Lucas and Nelson Burbrink, managers)
* Class B: Springfield Cubs (New England League; Bob Peterson, manager)
* Class B: Selma Cloverleafs (Southeastern League; Morrie Arnovich, manager)
* Class B: Fayetteville Cubs (Tri-State League; Frank Scalzi, manager) -- LEAGUE CHAMPION
* Class C: Visalia Cubs (California League; John Intlekofer, Jigger Statz and Don Anderson, managers)
* Class C: Clinton Cubs (Central Association; Nelson Burbrink and Lee Eilbracht, managers) -- LEAGUE CHAMPION
* Class C: Sioux Falls Canaries (Northern League; Jim Oglesby, manager)
* Class C: Hutchinson/Springfield Cubs (Western Association; Frankie Piet, manager) -- Franchise transferred, July 21
* Class D: Elizabethton Betsey Cubs (Appalachian League; Adolph Matulis, manager)
* Class D: St. Augustine Saints (Florida State League; Don Anderson and John Sebastian, managers)
* Class D: Centralia Cubs (Illinois State League; Willard Settergren and Claude Passeau, managers)
* Class D: Marion Cubs (Ohio-Indiana League; Lou "Zeke" Bekeza and Frank Kristie, managers)
* Class D: Lumberton Cubs (Tobacco State League; Charlie Jamin, manager)
* Class D: Janesville Cubs (Wisconsin State League; Frank Kristie and Lou "Zeke" Bekeza, managers)

References

* [http://www.baseball-reference.com/teams/CHC/1948.shtml 1948 Chicago Cubs season at Baseball Reference]


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