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Standing of the Clubs.
National League. W. L. Pet.
New York 65 22 .747
Chicago 54 33 .621
Pittsburgh 50 35 .588
Philadelphia 42 41 .506
Cincinnati 44 46 .489
St. Louis 39 52 .429
Brooklyn 33 57 .367
Boston. 23 64 .264
American League. W. L. Pet.
Boston 63 29 .685
'fk t Washington 56 36 .609
Hr W PhilarJplnliip 53 39 .576
Chicago 47 42 .528
Detroit 45 48 .484
Cleveland 45 48 .484
New York 27 58 .318
St. Louis 26 62 .295
s- Yesterday's Results.
l National League Chicago 4,
New York 3 ; Brooklyn 9, Cincin-
nati.4; Philadelphia 4, Pittsburgh
uf 1 ; Boston-St. Louis, no game.
American League No games
Lew Richie outpitched Math
ewson and Cubs nosed out Giants"
in a driving finish.
In only the first inning did
Giants get more than one hit off
Matty gave but seven hits.
They were crowded into three in
nings, however; and were enough.
Saier, Evers and Leach were re
sponsible for victory with their
stickwork. In fifth and eighth
Evers and Saier bingled, Saier
b( scoring each time.
Bl With bases full in ninth and
?i score tied, Tommy Leach jammed
a hit past third that drove in two
Reulbach pitched eighth and
ninth for Cubs, Richie being tak
en out to allow a pinch hitter to
Giants managed to annex one
run in ninth on a single, an error
and two sacrifices. Then Reul
bach fanned Snodgrass to end
Meyers and Doyle kicked in the
eighth when Saier was safe at the
plate with tieing run. Meyers had
dropped the throw from Merkle.
Larry and the Chief were fired by.
Josh Devore had a clean 'bat
ting average with a double, two
singles and a walk.
Meyers by his errors had a lot
to do with Cub victory.
White Sox begin a long home
stand this afternoon, Boston be
ing the first of the Eastern teams
to visit the South Side.
Callahan is up against it for
pitchers. White, Scott and Lange,
who have been at home, may be
able to enter the fray. Right now
Walsh, Benz and Cicotte are only
No games were played in Amer
ican league, all teams being on
Philadelphia trimmed Pitts
burgh handily, lamming Marty
O'Toole hard, to get verdict.
Hans Wagner was only Pirate
who had a chance against Earl
Moore. Hans soaked double and
pair of singles.
Mike Donlin broke back into
right field for Pittsburgh. Mike
had a-record like this: 0 0 0 0 0