The 1938 Lubbock Hubbers lineup was massive behind the Chicago White Sox' support system. Future Detroit Tigers' Hack Miller slammed 44 2B's, 27 HRs and batted .361. Joe Gedzius batted .331 with 35 2B, 9 3B and another 27 HR. He would be bested by Alfred Carr who batted .283 with 20 2B, 11 3B and 29 HR and even Alfred couldn't compete with Malcolm Stevens who led the league with his amazing 31 HRs to go along with 34 2B, 11 3B, league leading 132 RBI's and team leading .365 batting average.  On the mound, Jerry Blanchard pitched to a solid 17-9, 3.35 while Marvin Gramly was 15-7, 4.17, Bill Terry was 13-9, 4.69, Tom Fleming was 5-1, 3.00 and Ralph Marshall was 5-2, 1.55. Together this franchise went all the way to 1st place in its inaugural season at the Parris Field with an 80-49 (.620) record . In the post-season, they swept Wink in the 1st round before going on to Clovis in the finals. There, Lubbock trounced the Pioneers 4 games to 1 to take the West Texas-New Mexico League Championship. It was the second championship in Hubbers history.