1938 Newark Eagles - Seamheads Negro Leagues Database

1938 Newark Eagles


23 - 23


22 - 23 in the Negro National League II

1935 / 1939 (Team History)

Managed by:
Abe Manley (14-14)
Dick Lundy (8-9)

Top Hitter


Willie
Wells

Top Pitcher


Terris
McDuffie

League Ranks (7 teams)

Batting Pitching
OPS+
85
5th ERA+
119
3rd
OPS
.707
5th ERA
4.15
3rd
BA
.263
4th BA
.248
2nd
OBP
.323
6th K/BB
1.01
6th
SLG
.384
4th K%
10.1%
6th
BB%
7.5%
7th BB%
10.0%
6th
K%
HR%
1.6%
6th
ISO
.122
3rd WHIP
1.36
3rd

Notes:


• Home Ballpark: Ruppert Stadium (Newark, NJ)
• 5 members of the Baseball Hall of Fame


Fielding Breakdown by Position
C 1B 2B 3B SS LF CF RF PH PR P
24
SP
5
21
C
10
0.2
33
C
1
-0.3
28
CF
24
1.3
24
3B
22
4.4
2
-1.0
33
RP
1
21
SP
2
27
SP
8
RP
1
-0.3
1
28
C
17
1.6
20
SP
1
19
SS
1
0.8
21
1B
8
0.9
29
SP
8
20
SP
1
20
LF
23
1.8
3
-0.9
SP
2
33
2B
24
1.9
3B
2
-0.1
1
28
RF
24
4.8
37
1B
23
-0.9
3
-0.0
3B
1
0.5
32
SS
1
0.2
23
3.5
21
SP
6
24
28
1.5
31
0.0
25
2.1
25
4.9
26
3.3
27
1.5
27
0.4
24
4.8
36

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Defensive Regression Analysis data used here was obtained with permission from Michael Humphreys, author of Wizardry

Win Shares are calculated using the formula in the book Win Shares by Bill James