The 1940 FABL season came to a thrilling conclusion as the Toronto Wolves emerged victorious in the World Championship Series, winning their first title since 1911. They defeated the Pittsburgh Miners in five games, clinching the series with a 4-1 victory. It was a remarkable achievement for the Wolves, ending their long championship drought.

In the Federal Association, the Pittsburgh Miners claimed the top spot with an impressive 92-62 record, securing the league's best winning percentage. Right behind them were the Detroit Dynamos, finishing with a solid 90-64 record. The Philadelphia Keystones followed closely in third place, with a record of 87-67. The Chicago Chiefs and Boston Minutemen rounded out the top five.

The 1939 Federally Aligned Baseball Leagues season has come to a thrilling conclusion with the New York Stars emerging as the champions of the baseball world! Let's delve into the exciting highlights and noteworthy achievements from this unforgettable season.

In the Federal Association, the Pittsburgh Miners and the Detroit Dynamos engaged in a fierce battle for the top spot. The Miners ultimately secured the league's best record with an impressive 94-60 record, closely followed by the Dynamos at 93-61, just one game behind. The Boston Minutemen put on a commendable performance, finishing with an 84-70 record to secure the third spot.