The following are the baseball events of the year 1943 throughout the world.
Major League Baseball 
Other champions 
Awards and honors 
Statistical leaders 
Major league baseball final standings 
American League final standings 
National League final standings 
Negro league baseball final standings 
Negro American League final standings 
- Birmingham won one half; Chicago won the other half.
- Birmingham beat Chicago 3 games to 2 games in a play-off.
Negro National League final standings 
- November 23 - Commissioner Kenesaw Mountain Landis rules that Philadelphia Phillies owner William D. Cox is permanently ineligible to hold office or be employed for having bet on his own team. The Carpenter family of Delaware will buy the Philadelphia club and Bob Carpenter, at age 28, will become president. The Phillies, in an effort to change their image, will conduct a contest for a new name. The winning entry, the Philadelphia Blue Jays, submitted by a Mrs. John Crooks, will be the unofficial team name for 1944-45 until abandoned in 1946.
- December 2 - With only nine leagues operating during the season, the minor league convention in New York has an incipient revolt to oust longtime head William G. Bramham in favor of Frank Shaughnessy, president of the International League, who had five pledges. But Bramham rules that 15 non operating circuits which had paid dues are eligible to vote. Five of the leagues had given proxies. A later appeal to Commissioner Landis fails.
- January 3 - Bid McPhee, 83, second baseman for Cincinnati from 1882 to 1899 who was the last at his position to play without a glove; scored 100 runs ten times, set every career fielding mark at his position and was seventh player to reach 2000 hits
- January 3 - Jim Tyack, 83, outfielder for the 1943 Philadelphia Athletics
- March 6 - Jimmy Collins, 73, third baseman who batted .300 five times and led NL in home runs in 1898; led league in putouts five times and set career records for putouts, total chances and double plays at third base; after jumping to the American League, managed Boston to upset victory in inaugural 1903 World Series
- April 26 - Bob Emslie, 84, umpire who set records with 35 seasons of officiating and over 1000 games worked single-handedly; as pitcher, won 32 games for 1884 Baltimore Orioles
- May 6 - William Slocum, 59, sportswriter and editor for several New York newspapers since 1910
- May 23 - Pat Malone, 40, pitcher who led the National League with 22 wins in 1929, and with 20 wins and 166 strikeouts in 1930
- June 21 - Chet Chadbourne, 58, outfielder for the Boston Red Sox, Kansas City Packers and Boston Braves, who became a minor league institution after collecting 3.216 hits over 21 minors seasons, and later managed and umpired at the same level
- August 14 - Joe Kelley, 71, left fielder who batted .317 lifetime, including marks over .360 for the 1894-97 Baltimore Orioles; 194 triples ranked 4th all-time upon retirement, and had six seasons of 100 runs and five of 100 RBI
- August 15 - Art Whitney, 85, infielder who played for eight teams during his 11-season career, from 1880 to 1891.
- August 27 - Frank Truesdale, 59, second baseman who played from 1910 to 1918 for the St. Louis Browns, New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox
- September 1 - Joe Connolly, 59, Boston Braves left fielder, who was the offensive star of the 1914 "Miracle Braves" World Champions
- September 5 - George Ferguson, 60, pitcher for the New York Giants and the Boston Doves/Rustlers from 1906–1911, who led the National League in saves in 1906
- December 18 - Bill Conway, 82, 19th century catcher who played for the Philadelphia Quakers and Baltimore Orioles
External links 
All-Star baseball game 1943
Crowd shots. Billy Southworth, Manager of NL team and Joe McCarthy, Manager of AL team. Ford Frick, President of NL, Commissioner Landis and AL President Wil...
007 Pica Pau Baseball Maluco (1943)
007 Pica Pau Baseball Maluco (1943)
141st hunt 2012 (1943 dime) baseball field Fairbanks alaska.
metal detecting at a local baseball field in fairbanks alaska temperatures are in the teens at night and 20's during the day the ground is freezing and is ha...
México vs Cuba Baseball Serie Mundial Amateur 1943
007 - Pica Pau - Baseball Maluco (1943)
8º episódio da série. Este é de 1943.
Woody Woodpecker - The Screwball (1943) (Low Pitched Version)
Woody has baseball fever. This cartoon is dedicated to the St. Louis Cardinals who won this year's World Series!!
Bugs Bunny - Falling Hare (1943)
Falling Hare is a 1943 Merrie Melodies cartoon directed by Robert Clampett, starring Bugs Bunny. The title is another play on words. The word "hair" and "har...
Lux Radio Theater: Pride of the Yankees (October 4, 1943)
Lou Gehrig (Cooper) is a young Columbia University student whose old-fashioned mother (Elsa Janssen) wants him to study hard and become an engineer. But the ...
A League of Their Own
Tom Hanks, Geena Davis and Madonna star in this major-league comedy from the team that brought you Big. Hanks stars as Jimmy Dugan, a washed-up ballplayer whose big league days are over. Hired to coach in the All-American Girls Baseball League of 1943, while the male pros are at war, Dugan finds himself drawn back into the game by the heart and heroics of his all-girl team. Jon Lovitz adds a scene-stealing cameo as the sarcastic scout who recruits Dottie H.
Infield Instruction and Drills
Youth baseball coaches can use these infield drills and techniques to teach players the correct athletic position and receive the baseball. Want to learn mor...
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