The Brooklyn Dodgers were the 1947 National League Champions.
Liverpool were the Football League Champions in 1947.
The National League batting champion in 1947 was Harry Walker at .363. An oddity is that he was traded that year to the Philadelphia Phillies from the St. Louis Cardinasl he has starred in the World Series in 1946.
Bob Elliott won the 1947 National League MVP Award.
Ralph Kiner of the Pirates and Johnny Mize of the Giants, each with 51.
In 1947, the Brooklyn Dodgers won the NL pennant.
Ralph Kiner of the Pittsburgh Pirates and Johnny Mize of the New York Giants tied for the National League home run crown in 1947 with 51 each. Ironically, Kiner and Mize tied for the NL home run crown in 1948 with 40 each.
Speedway National League Division Three was created in 1947.
Marseille were the French football champions in 1947.
The National League with the Brooklyn Dodgers for entire career, 10 seasons, from 1947 to 1956.
National Hockey League All-Star Game was created in 1947.
The 1947 National League batting champion was Harry William "the Hat" Walker, who played for both the St. Louis Cardinals and Philadelphia Phillies during the season and posted a remarkable .363 batting average, .436 on base percentage, and 16 triples, all league leads. Ironically he had only 1 homer and 41 RBI's, all of which came in Philadelphia, yet this was not enough to deter him from the honor as home runs and RBI's were much less common back then.