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THE WASHINGTON HERAED. "FRIDAY." JULY 26. 1912.
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Climbers Gain on Sox;
Split Even witfi Tigers
Nationals Lose Opening Game, but Take Second
Battle While Naps Trim Sox Johnson
Beats George Mullin.
By WILLIAM FEET.
Just like getaway day at the races was the pastiming at the Florida
Avenue ball yard yesterday. It
pected happened in almost every inning. The counts were 5-4 Tigers,
and 7-5, Gleamers.
In the curtain raiser our brave boys played a really excellent game
of ping pong just long enough for the hungry Tigers to eat five tal
lies ; after that there was nothing to it M'sieu Dubuc, from the track
less Northwest, looked a sorry performer for an inning or two, but
after he had contributed a few tallies'to the Gleamers, he developed a
stingy streak. Sacrebleu! Ain't it? -
Leading Gtizen Clyde Milan contributed a fumble and a wild heave
to the festivities in the third inning, Long Toni Hughes momentarily fal
tered, and the Tigers made their winning .right there, as Jim Vaughn
was called into the battle and was
therewith a deceptive delivery that
even 'Jennings strong-arm squad
could not connect with
The second same was a Jewel in spots,
thoug-h our fat friend George Mullin
was a trifle too deliberate at times and
had the crowd after him, but George
only grinned and stalled.
During1 some ground and lofty
tumbling In the fifth Inning, Ray Mor
gan and Chick Gandll running wild on
the bases, the latter spiked the fat man.
and our old friend Ralph Works was
trotted Into the arena.
Enduring the melee. In the fifth In
ning, that popular citizen of Georgia.
Mister Tyrus Rambunctious Cobb, was
Tom Hughes was the hurler selected
by Manager Griffith for box duty In the
opener and Manager Jennings trotted out
his star, Jean Dubuc, who has been
doing great work for the lads from
Tom got off to a good start, retiring
the side In the first Inning, although
Cobb singled. The Georgia. Peach was
nipped trying to steaL
The Climbers got to Jean Dubuc In
the opener for a pair of tallies. Danny
Moeller walked and took second when
Bush tossed out Foster. Dubuc threw
to second to get the Rochester lad. but
the peg was wild and Danny pulled up
at third. Milan hit to Morlarty. who
threw home to-get the right fielder, but
Dan slid under Stanage with the first
run. Milan t took third on Dubuc's
heave Into the stands and scored when
Gandll filed to Crawford. Morgan walk
ed and Alnsmlth filed to Bush.
In the second the first Tiger tally
spattered across the counting station.
After Kid Morgan had tossed out Craw
ford, Deal strolled. Morlartv whiffed.
but Louden singled to left after Deal
bad stolen second. On Iouden's clout
the young third sacker counted. Stan-
age ended the Inning by missing three.
Dnbnc Starts Trouble..
Long Tom got his good and plenty In
the third frame, although he was aided
and abetted by Clyde Milan. Dubuc start
ed all the trouble by pounding a double
over Shanks' head. Donovan was safe
when Hughes messed his grounder, and
then Downle Bush singled to center. The
ball went through Milan, and Wild Bill
followed Dubuc acro;s the rubber. Griff
gave Hughes the high sign, and Jim
Vaughn was sent In the box. The first
man to face Vaughn was Cobb, and he
responded to Jennings cry ef "greet him"
by sending a smoking slnele to Milan.
which Milan again fumbled, allowing Tr
to pull up at second and Bush to count.
Cobb took third on a wild pitch, and
wheri Crawford hit to left Trus scored.
Deal sacrlned Sam to second, and Mc
Bride retired Morlarty at first with 1
great one-hand stab. Louden ended the
session by fanning.
From the third Inning to the final ses
sion, just two men reached first for the
Tigers, one by a base hit. and the other
with a pass. Jim Vaughn pitched great
ball, and had Dubuc going at top speed
throughout. Vaughn outpltched the Ca
nadian in the last six Innings, but the
damage was done, and the four run lead
was too big a handicap for the Climbers.
The Climbers added one In the third
when Milan walked, stole second, went
to tnira, wnen sstanage made a wild heave,
and scored on Morgan's fly to Crawford.
Again In the fourth a Climber counted.
With two down. Moeller singled and stole
second. Foster hit to Bush, who fumbled
long enough for the midget to reach first
Milan then tapped a lltUe roller along
tne tnira Dase line, and Uanny counted.
With two on and two out. Gandll hit to
Dubuc ending the round.
In the final chapter, with two gone.
Milan singled, but died stealing, ending
Morels. a....... ......
McBrlde U... . .
Shula, If .......
Donoru. rf ....
Cobb, ef. .....
Crawford. It.. . .......
SUnare, c... M.
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AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
AB. R. n. PO A. E.
Total! 33 5 T r 11 4
Waihinrtoa.. 10119000 0 I
Pint base br errora-Wadilnanii. 1: Detroit. L
Left on baaw Washington, 6; Detroit. 6. First Mm
oa balls OS llnz&ea. 1; off aum, 1; off Dabuc
4. Incicrs pitdwd By Hnsbea. 2 and part of third:
br Vanzhn. T. Hita mtitOS Hnfhti, . 4: off
Taarun. X Struck out Br Huznes. 2; by Vanzhn.
: br Dnbnc T. Two-base hit Shanks. BtaiEe hit
Deal. Sarrisoa fUo-Gandll. Moron. Stolen baara
Moeller O. Milan, DeaL Wild ritcbes-Vauthn
'MINOR LEAGUE BESUITS.
At Newark Newark. S; Boebester. 2.
At Jency Cirj Flrit came: Jersey City. 4; Bnf
falo, 6. Second tame Jersey City, 11; Buffalo, s.
At BaltJmoro Baltimore, 5; Montreal, 10.
At Lonlarlae LonlsTUle, 1: IndlanapoUa. X.
At St. PaaJ-St. Paul. 1; Minneapolis, .
was full of surprises, and the unex
caught napping by Gleamers Johnson and
Gandln, wherat the crowd waxed
merry and Ty laughed with them.
Not to be outdone with the merry stuff
Germany Schaefer, our erstwhile coach
ing star, rebuked one Billy Evans, who
calls lustily "Strikes and balls," In the
seventh stanza of the cloalnc rjoem. when
the said Billy called what looked to be
a fair ball foul. Billy did not take kindly
io uerroany-s assistance and banished
the funny one to the bench. In the
same session, Alnsmlth objected rather
strongly to a decision on a pitched ball
and he, too, was excused from further
lessons during the day.
Manager Griffith ran In to aid Eddie
Alnsmlth In his protesting, but he had
no sooner got started than Billy Evans
waved him to the bench, making three
-iiniDers xnocKea out In the same round.
Wonderful Walter Johnson was the
slab artist trotted out In the second
engagement of the afternoon, and when
Ee-Yah saw Walter warming uj he
sent for big George Mullin. late discard,
but later hero.
Mullin. although something like eighty
or ninety pounds over weight, ascended
the mound, and all he had was a prayer
and a glove, George stalled through five
Innings, the Climbers only getting three
hits, but likewise three tallies. Georgle
could not locate the plate. Issuing fiv
passes, which, together with the afore
mentioned blngles. counted for the runs.
Johnson was touched for eight safe
ties, but was always master of the
Tigers at the critical momenta. Ty Cobb,
hitter extraordinary, after singling In
the fifth session. prompUy went to sleep
and allowed Johnson to toss him out to
Gandll. This feat brought mighty cheers
from the multitude.
Tigers Score In First.
After Donovan had went out. Johnson
to Gandll In the first frame. Bush walk
ed and took second on Cobb's Infield out.
Crawford singled to center, and Donle
counted. Deal forced Sam at second.
In the Climbers' half of the round.
two tallies crossed the platter. Danny
Moeller walked as usual, and Kid Foster
followed suit. Milan was safe hen
Morlarty missed Bush's poor throw.
Gandll singled, scoring Moeller and Fos
ter, and Morgan walked. Gandll went
to third when Kocher threw wild
second. Alnsmlth hit to Deal, who forced
Gandll at the plate, and McBrlde ended
the Inning by going out. Mullin to Mo
Two more Nationa's counted In the
fifth. Moeller singled and went to sec
ond on Foster's out. Milan was safe
on Deal's error ond Gandll sent them
both home with a triple to the score
board. Morgan hit Into a double play,
Gandll going out at the plate and he
himself being thrown out at second
Again in the seventh a pair of tallies
crossed the plate. Ralph Works being
the Tiger fllnger In the box at this
stage of the game, as Mullin had been
spiked by Gandll In the fifth inning at
the plate. Two singles, a couple of er
rors. and a stolen base gave the
Climbers the tally, while in the eighth
another was added when McBrlde beat
out a tap to Morlarty, went to third
when the ball got away from Donovan.
and scored on Johnson's single to right.
WIIil Bill Scores.
In the third Donotan walked, went
to second on Alnsmtth's poor throw,
and scored on Cobb's Infield out. In
the fourth Louden, after hitting for a
base knock and taking third on Kocker's
single, scored on a wild heave by John
son. It looked rather bad for the Climbers
In the eighth. Push, Cobb, and Craw
ford tingled n succession, and Jones,
who hit for Deal, fanned. Morlarty hit
to McUnde, who threw wild to first,
and Bush and Cobb scored. Morlarty
stole second, but Crawford was thrown
out at third. Louden singled to center,
but Milan, by a neat peg. nipped him
at the plate, Alva Williams receiving
the ball and putting It on Morlarty In
great shape. '
AB. B, n. TO. A. E.
.12 0 2 0 0
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Bush, ra 3
Cobb, cf .". I
Crawford. If. 3
iKal. 3b 3
Jones, rf. 1
Morlarty. lb. 3b 4
Louden. 2b 4
Kocker, c....... 4
.Mullin. p. 2
Works, p. 2
TcUU. II i I 3 S I
Wvhirctro. 20002021 1 T
Detroit 10 110 0 0 2 0-5
First base by errors Washincton. 2. Left on
bases-Washinlton. T: Detroit. 6. lTrst ba. i
balls-Off Johnson. 3: dff -Mnllln. 5; off Workv 1.
Innings pitchcd-By Mullin. 5: by Works, 3 Hita
made-Off MuIIi!i. 3; off Works. 4 Struck out
Br Johnson. 6: by Mnllln. 2: by Works. 2. Thn.
base h-t Gandll. Stolen bases Milan, Mcriarty.
Foster. Double p'ay Deal to Kocker to Bush to
Mullin to Deal. Wild pitcbet Mullin. Johnson.
Works. Umpire Metars. Krans and Weiterrelt.
Time of came I hour and 15 minute. Attendance
litOO. Considerable of a crimp has been put
In the Giants' stealing' record on the
present Jaunt. Archer and Gibson did
much deadly throwing.
4 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS.
Detroit, S -Washington, 4.
Washington, Tj Detroit. D.
Philadelphia, .1; St.fconls, 3.
St. Louis, 4 Philadelphia- !
Chicago, a New York, 4.
Cleveland, 1, Boston, O.
'o Barnes scheduled.
STANDINO 67tHE CLUBS.
Vn. liMt. Pet. Win. LoMl
Boston. .... S3 a .665 .488 .677
WASHINGTON..... is 36 . .611 .!
niUidelphll .....:. S3 3 J7S .Ml .
Chicaro a a E -SB -S3
Detroit is B .W .W .CT
ClneliBd 'e .IM .to .179
New York a Jll .36 .JU
St. Louil....... 26 63 .ZB JCJ X6
Detroit CO 2J .M2 I Clerelard...... H M .MS
nutuionu. 31 ,l noiton .
New York.... It II .53 WASHINO'N. 30 69 JT
Chlcajo 44 U Jll 1st. Louis..... S' .37
Pittsburg-, 81 Brooklyn, 7.
Chicago nt New York.
Cincinnati at Brooklyn.
Plttahurs; ut JMillnrlrlphln.
St. Louis nt Boaton.
STANDING OF TOE CLDB3.
Won. Lost. rrt. Win. Lou.
New York .... tj a .TS6 .75) .717
Cfckaco. a S3 .616 .S3 .(")
PltWwrz 50 34 vI93 .600 MS
Philadelphia. (1 il JC0 JM .r)l
Cincinnati 44 4s .t3l .500 .Ifl
St. Louis. JJ a C9 .41$ .121
Brooklyn. 32 57 .360 .357 J55
Boston..- 3 64 J61 .in XI
Youngster Is Bought from Chatta
nooga Club, of Southern league,
for Fall Delivery.
Sredal to Tb Waahlnrton Herald
Chattanooga. Tenn , July 25 Outfielder
Moran. whose base running and fielding
have been the big sensation of the South
ern League this season, was sold by Chat
tanooga to Washington to-day for fall
delivers-. Half a dozen scouts looked
.Moran over, nut Manager Smith Is a per
sonal friend of Griffith, and reservtn his
star for him. Figures were not given
Moran is batting .302. has stolen thirty
six bases In a little over sixty games. In
cluding three steals of home, and Is field
ing in great form, especially In throwing.
In a close five-lnnlng game the AH Stars
defeated the Gladstone A. C. by the score
of 4 to 0. The feature of the game was
the brilliant pitching of Cafritz for the
winners, who held the Gladstones fafe at
all stages of the game. He, however, lost
honor of pitching a no man to reach
first game by passing two men.
SOX TAXE FINAL GAME.
Hent VnnLre, In Tenth Innlncr. by
I to 4.
New York. July 3 The White Sox
took the final game of the series here
this afternoon, after a ten-inning fight.
to 4 Left Fielder Daniels, of the
Yankees, was the Individual batting star
of the day. securing a home run, a
three-bagger, a double, and a single out
of four times at bat. Chicago's win gives
them an even break on the series Score.
Chicap. AB II O A E I Yankees. AB IIOAE
HSU. a .312301 Daniels. II .. 4 I 4 0 0
Zcirtcr. si 1 2 4 1 0 1 Chax-. lb .. 5 17 0 0
Collins, lb.. 4 2 6 10 MerreU. cf .52100
Lord. 3b .52210! Zinn. if .. . 40100
Callahan. If . 3 Z - 0 0 .simmnn ?h 1 1 - 5 1
Mattic. If.. 110 0 0' Hartzell. 3b .30100
Itodie. rf ..41110! Mirtfn
Mclntrre. cf . 4 2 2 0 0 twrrcer. c
Sulhran, e... 4 010 5 0GMrll. p.
'.l 1 8 1 0
.10 0 2 0
.110 0 0
0 0 0 0 0
inz, p . . . u i i u Maroon rv
0, 0 0 0 0 iTAoirrrtonf
38 133013 0
'Batted for Callahan In tenth.
tBatted for Warhop In tenth
titan for Wolrerton In tenth
SLcrd out in tenth for Interference.
New York 1000300000-1
Buns-ZcMer. Colllrj (2). Lord. JIatticsr. Bodie.
Daniels (I). Sweeney, Caldwell. Twrvtxss hit
Daniels. Three-bass hits Daniels, Collins, Zeider
Homo run Daniels. SacriOce hits Sterrett. Zeider,
Bodle. Stolen bsae Daniels. First base on error
Chicago. 1. Struck out-By Caldwell, 3: by Warrior.
3; by Bern, 4 First Ue on balls-Off Warhop, 2.
eff Benz, 2. Double p!ayy-Sullhan to Bern to feul
liran to Lord, Sullirsn to Bath: blmmons to Martin
to Chaw. Hit by rttched ball-By Caldwell. 3. Hits
msde Off Caldwell. I in 5 2-3 innings. Left on bases
Chicago. 7; New Ycrk, 8. Umpires Mers, Egan
and Sheridan. Attendance 4.000
OF THE CLIMBERS
Srlinrfer. . . 54
.-.! 04 IS
378 03 104 17
DO 10 54 H
1.-.0 SO 39 10
1 18 211 2
308 37 71 11
228 30 SI 11
.. 47 132 IS SS .212
26 61 4 12
Jake Geycr has finally proved that the
$6,500 paid for him by the St. Louis Car
dinals wasn't wasted. Jake has pitched
uniformly com! ball this rear, and is co
ins to bcome better with more work.
WILLIAM PEET WITH THE NATIONALS
William Peet, Sporting Editor of The Washington Herald,
left last night with the Nationals on their swing around the West
ern circuit. Mr. Peet's stories of the games will be a feature of
When the Nationals made their sensational run of seventeen
straight victories, The Washington Herald was the only Wash
ington morning newspaper that had a man with the club. In keep
ing with its policy of giving the Washington 'public the best of
everything, Mr. Peet has been sent with the team.
Ryan Ordered to Bushes
To Hunt Young Pitchers
Veteran Backstop Leaves for Richmond to Look
Over Ayers Will Then Visit Other
Points to Corral Youngsters.
Manager Griffith is not overlooking: any bets in regards to the
signing of pitchers. Yesterday morning he ordered Jack Ryan, the
veteran backstop who has been coaching the young twirlers on GrifFs
pay roll, to the bushes, with instructions to look over any kid who
looks like he could throw a curve ball.
Jack Ryan left yesterday and looked Ayers, of the Richmond club,
over. Ryan will don a uniform, and with his mitt will catch the pitcher
who has attracted his eye. In this way Manager Griffith figures that
he will know right off the reel whether the lad warrants a trial in the
Ryan will be on the road while the Nationals are in the West, and
Manager Griffith expects to havej
three or four youngsters at the
ball yard when the team returns
Manager Griffith has been tipped
off to several promising youngsters
in the South, and Jack Kyan will
look them over. Jack plans to get
in his togs and warm the boys up,
and in this way learn just how
nuch stuff the aspirants for the big
Trip Tells Tnle.
The trip of the Climbers around the
Western wheel of the circuit will tend
to show whether the boys are able to
stand the gaff or not. Many critics claim
that the club will not hold on to second
place during the present trip, but Man
ager Griffith figures differently, and
claims that his aggregation Is likely to
return home In first place. Instead of In
When It Is taken Into consideration that
the Climbers made their sensational dash
to the front on the road, and that they
have played better ball on foreign dia
monds. Griff may be right
The Red Sox are bound to slump some
time, according to all the baseball dope,
and It may be that the Boston crew will
pick out this Western trip as the time.
Griff Is figuring that the Beaneaters will
hit the toboggan for a little while, and
plsns to have his outfie ready to jump
into the lead. If the Climbers ever reach
the top. It will take some mighty good
ball playing to dump them
Bnurli All lluatlliiK.
GrlfTs bunch are all hustling, lighting
joungsters. and full of but one thing
winning the pennant This talk about
Washington being in the world's series
Is not foolish an) longer The Nationals
have a fighting chance for the bunting,
and Griffith does not Intend to take any
chances with his team
Two double-headers will be played In
succession Saturday and Sunday with
the Cleveland Naps. Harry Dals plans
to try out a few recruits In these games,
and should this prove to be the case,1
the Climbers expect to take all four.
To win three out of the quartet of bat
tles would be going at a fast clip, and
this Manager Griffith Is con Helen t of do
ing. Cashlon and either Vaughn or Pelty will
be worked Saturday, with Hughes and
Groom on Sunday Then, with a two
day rest, the entire pitching staff will
be ready to tackle the Tigers again.
Walter Johnson will work In at least
one srame asralnst the Tigers and there
Is eery cnance or me ivg roy piicningl0
two games. Griff wants to clean up
again in the West, and will not spare
his men In the effort
The ball players on the Western clubs
are all pulling for the Nationals, andhionn. cf. .. 6 2 2 0 0 Menve. rf I 1 1 "0 0
thlle they will not
interfere with their work, on the field.
the best of feelings prevail among the
ATHLETICS SPLIT EVEN
St. Louis Loses First, 3 to 2, but
Takes Second, 4 to 3.
Philadelphia. July 3 The Athletics
ended the home series by splitting a
double-header with St. Louis, scorea, 2
to 2 and 4 to 3 Scores:
Baker. 3b .41100 Moj.11. lb . 3 1 9 0 0
Mrlunis. lb 4 1 11 1 0 1 fial. as .. Hill
"Iron-, rf.... 4 0 4 0 0 IJantren. if ..20200
.31131' unnvioo. rr... I o o w w
.311201 Ilcean. If . 32200
.31 1 10 Kriehell. c... 3 0 2 0 o
IMitcnill. p. .. 3 0 0 1 0
31 rri2 2!
Totals 30 5 24 0
l-hlladelphla 00030000 a-3
Hans-Collins. Mrlnnls. Strunk. Shotten. Austin.
Lett co basrs-Pbiladdrhia. 6. St. toils. 2. 11rt
ba.e on error St. Laujs. I. Two-base hit Collins,
Sacrifice fly StoralL Double play Mclnnis to Barry
to Coombs. Struck ouf-By Mitchell. 2. ITrst base
on balla-OS Cocrnhs. 1 off Mitchell. - Stolen
base Collin. Urcrtrr" Me.T O Bnen and Dineen.
Tittle of game 1 hour and 5 mmutrs.
Athletic. AB II OAK! St LnuU. AF! 71 O A E
Maggert. If... 2 10 0 0 ebr-ttm, cf .. 4 0 2 0 0
irrH 3 100 Auctin 3b 4 2120
rcllins. 2b... 3 0 3 3 2 1 1-ratt. 2b . ..41120
1 1 1 0 i KnUna. lb.... 1 1 10 0 0
.4 310 0 0 i Daly, ss ....3 0 0 4 0
,4I200 Comptoo. rf . . 2 0 2 1 0
,10 2 2 0 Hogan. If .... 4 2 2 0 0
.407501 Stephens, c .. 2 0 8 0 0
,210101 Hamilton, p . 3 I 0 2 0
.10 0 10
. 1 0 0 0 0 Totals. ... 3) Tj25 11 0
Totals 32 6 2713 2 I
Batted for none in ninth.
tBrown cot in fifth; hit by batted ban.
St Louis. 0OO0013OO-4
Buns-lord. Baker. Mclnnis. Daly. Comrloo. ho
gan. Hamilton. Left on bases-I'hiladeliiia. 6St.
Ixii. 6. First base cm errors-SL Louis. 2. Two
base hlts-Bsktr. Strunk. Pratt. Sacrifics hita
Ccanpton, Sterhen. DouNa plays-Kntina. Unas
sasted; Houck to Egan to Mclnnis. Hits made-Ot
Brown. 5 In 6 innings: on uoqca, j T, " rV" ll IT FtllasTr
fetrock out-By Brown. 3. by Houck. 3. br HamUton. JIH SHIRTS -7.
First tae on balls-Off Brown, 3: off Houck. -: I .
eff Hamilton, 4. l'assed ball-Egin W1M rucne
Hsmll'iai. 2. Stolen bases-Maggert. Daly Imiires
Messrs. Dinrrn and O'Brien. Tune of game-1
boura and 13 minutes.
Gabby Street Sold
to Providence Club.
New York, July 88. Charlie
Street, the Yankee catcher and
formerly of Washington, has
been sold to the Providence team
of the International Leasrne, ae
cordlnar to an announcement
front the New York American
Leasrue club tale afternoon.
BOSTON RED SOX
Nap Hurler Allows but Four Hits
and Cleveland Wins by
1 to 0 Score.
Boston. July 23 Vean Gregg, the
elongated Cleveland twlrler. to-day sent
the Red Sox westward with a 1 to 0
defeat and incidentally gave his team
an even break In the present series with
the locals. Collins, who opposed Gregg,
also pitched a good game, but bunched
hits In the second Inning scored the run
against him. Score:
Clerriand AB R O A E I Boston. AB II O A E
reck'pli, ss.. 4 t 0 2 0 I Hoop-r. rf . 4 0 3 0 0
Olsen. "b .. 3 0 I 4 0 I Terkes. 2b .... 4 12 4 1
Jackvm. rf .400001 Speaker. !.... 42600
lings, lb.. 4 210 0 0 1 Lewis. If 4 110 0
Turner, 3b.... 4 2 12 0) Engl. 3b . 30000
Hira'ham. eft 1 01 0 Mahl. lb .. 3 0 U 0 0
Kjan. If 3 14 0 6 t Wagner, as.... 3 0 2 6 0
O'NeU. c... 3 0 7 10 1 Oarrlgan. o..!l!ll
?regg. p 3 0 0 1 0 Collins, p .... 2 0 0 10
nan- 1 o o o
Totals .... S 7 r 10 0 Bedirnt, p .. 0 0 0 0 6
I Totals .
30 4 2711 1
Battrt for Collins la the eighth.
Clereland . .01000000 0-1
Bosun .... .... 0O00OOO0O-O
Bun Griggs. Stolen base BinrdnghaA Bases
on baHaOff Collins. I: off Grerg. 1. Struck: out-
By Bedlent, 1. by Gregg. 6. Sacrlno, hits Olsen.
O'NeiL Cmrtre-SIessrs. Oonrolly and Hart. At-
PIRATES WIN OUT.
Defeat Brooklyn in Fourteenth In
ning, 8 to 7.
. nttsourg. Juiy . it took nttsourg
fourteen Innings to beat Brooklyn to-
Iav en. trt t c. niti.r. nAnA 1 4
them ery effective, figured In the
game. Out of seven trips to the plate I
Ujans Wagner slammed out two triples
an(1 a j0ble The score: I
i nn4, ,1.111111:1 iMi.tar- innniJ
4 0 3 0 0 Itcnhn rf .... 2 0 1 I a .
" ; j J ViSrf f 5 I o X
Ontshaw. 2b 6 2 3 T 1 Manner ss T 3 s 3 o
Ilumratl. lb 4 1 15 0 0 , J Miller lb 6 1 IS 2 0
Usher ss. .. 6 3 2 2 2 'Von. Jb . . S 2 0 S 1 ,
O JIlEer. c. I 1 10 1 0 i McCarthy 2b. 4 1 4 2 0
.3 10 2 0' Vinson, c .609
-.20020' Wsroer. p. 2 1 1 0 0
i RcbinsoQ, p.. 0 0 0 1 Oi
45 HMO 15 3 I 'le. p 0 0 0 0 0
110 0 0
6213 4217 1
One cut when winnirg run was sored.
lBstted for Mensnr In serenth
IBatted for BHnson in serenth.
IRan for Hyatt in eetmth.
-Batted fiw Cole in eighth.
Brorkljn 0000060100000 0-T
rittabutg . 0001203100000 1-6
Runs 3Ioran. Northen. J Smith. Wheat. Cutahaw.
Hummel. Slack. MenT. Donlin. Wilson. Wagner
I2l McCarthy Warner Kelly Two-base hit Wag
ner Three-hsMi hit Milwm Wagner (2). Sacrifice
hits-McCarthy. Rueker. Donlin, J 3ul!er. Stolen
hssm Menor, Moran First base on errors Pms
bnrg. 2, Brooklyn. 1" Struck out By Warner, 1, Dy
Robinson. 1; by Cainnha. 1 by tarx, 2: by Rueker.
5. First base on balls-OS Warner. 5; off Camnitz. 1;
eff "Slack. I. off Under. Z. Double plays-Vloa to
McCarthy to J JIUler. Cutshaw to Hummel, J.
-Miller to Warner Hits made Off Warner. 6 In 52-3
Innings off Stack. 9 in 1 3 innings. Left co bases
Bnxklyn. 4. Pittsburg. 10. Umpires-Me-ora. Jotra
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