PHOTOS: The world in 1933, the last time Washington played postseason baseball
See what was happening in 1933, the last year Washington made it to baseball's postseason. FDR became president, Hitler became dictator, Prohibition on alcohol was ended and the prohibition on marijuana began. Debuting that year: King Kong, Krispy Kreme, the Golden Gate Bridge, NewsWeek, and The Lone Ranger.
Heinie Manush led the 1933 Senators starters in hitting, posting a .336 batting average and driving in 95 runs for the American League champions.