For the baseball fans of Philadelphia clubs over the years, 1933 should certainly rank among the best of times. What happened in Philadelphia over the course of the 1933 season had never happened before, since, or likely never again. That year, both the American League and National League produced a Triple Crown winner, and both happened to play in The City of Brotherly Love. Getty Images In the American League it was the Philadelphia Athletics’ slugging All-Star first baseman from rural Maryland, Jimmie Foxx. The National League’s winner was Philadelphia Phillies’ outfielder Chuck Klein. The more prominent success of Connie…

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