1946 National Baseball Congress World Series
The 1946 National Baseball Congress World Series was won by the St. Joseph Autos as they beat the Carmichael Firemen in the title game 6-3. The Autos went 7-1 in the tournament. It was the first time teams from Michigan and California had reached the final. Neither team would make the final again.
MVP of the tournament was Carmichael pitcher/outfielder Les Lollis.
NBC World Series Final
St. Joseph Autos 6-3 Carmichael Firemen (CA)
Final Top 10 Teams
- 1. St. Joseph Autos
- 2. Carmicheal Firemen (CA)
- 3. Waco Dons
- 4. Camp Lee Travelers (VA)
- 5. Phoenix International Life
- 6. Portland Gilbert's Furniture (OR)
- 7. Denver M&O Cigars
- 8. Norman Jaycees (OK)
- 9. Jackson Sanders (MS)
- 10.Boeing Bombers
|National Baseball Congress World Series
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