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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 22, 1912, Image 18

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SPORTING ITEMS
Standing of the Clubs.
AmericanLeague. W. L. Pet.
Boston 38 19 .667
Chicago 35 24 :593
Washington 35 25 '.583
Philadelphia 32 23 .582
Detroit . . . r: , .28 32 .467
Cleveland 25 30 .455
New York .'17 34 ..333
St Louis 16 39 .291
National League. W. L. Pet
New York 41 If .788
Pittsburgh .30 21 .588
Chicago. .28 22 .560
Cincinnati. 30 25, 1545
Philadelphia 21 27 .438
St. Ltiuis ,24 35 .407
Brooklyn 20 31 .392
Boston w 18 39. .316
Leading Batters.
G. Av.
Zimmerman,Cubs 44 .414
Speaker,, Boston 55 .392
' Leading Pitchers.
s W. L. 'Pet
Marquafdr Giants. 16 0 1.000
Plank, Athlelies.'-. 10 1 .909
Club Batting Leaders.
"Pittsburgh, National .297
Philadelphia, American -.283
Club Fielding Leaders.
Pittsburgh, National 965
Boston, American 960
Leaders in Stolen Bases.
Lilian, Wash., American v34
Doyle, New York, National. . . 7
Yesterday's Results.
American League Chicago 8,
St. -Louis 1 ; Boston 11, New York-
3; Cleveland 6, Detroit 2 ;s Wash
ington 8, Philadelphia 2. ' .
National ' League Chicago J,
St. Louis 6; BrookIyn-7, Philadel
phia 0; New York 5,- Boston -2;
Pittsburgh-Cincinnati (rain).
i . ? r
Walsh pitchedone or nxs Dest
games yesterday and Browns
were bumped.
But one run was earned by the
Sox. Baseson balls, wild pitches
and five Brown errors contributed
the other seven.
Bodie singled in eighth and
went all the way round when La
Porte first fumbled and then tried
to heave the pill to a friend on
Wentworth avenue. . .
Ping Bodie kicked a pairof .sin
gles into the afternoon's amuse
ment. RolHcZeider's efficient legs and
calloused left hip enabled him to
steal four bases before the com
edy was stopped.
Five hits scattered through .as
manyframes were all the Browns
acquired. - x
"Buck Weaver drove over the
only earned run of the Sox with a
double to left field:
Harry.Davis brings his Naps to '
town tomorrow for a one-day
stand on the South Side. ,
Cubs pulled closer to Pitts-'
Lburgh yesterday by trimming the
Cards while the Pirates were idle
because of rain..
Lavender started for Cubs, but t
was relieved by Cheney in the
eighth.
After first two innings Laven
der settled down and pitched
good ball for four periods, solas
jT.Y.1 T gj

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