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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 30, 1912, Image 13',
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x BASEBALL PICKUPS
American League Boston 7,
Chicago 5; St. Louis 2, New
York 1 ; -Philadelphia 7, Detroit 6.
, "National League Chicago 4,
New York 3; Philadelphia 5,
Pittsburg 1 ; Brooklyn 2, Cincin
nati 1; St. Louis at Boston, wet
In a ragged game Boston made
it three straight, through superior
hitting and a brace of errors by
Boston scored all its runs in
third and fifth, Cap. Lord putting
first man on in each inning'with a
After Lord's generosity Red
Sox piled up hits.
Benz was taken out after he
had been scored on four times.
Peters relieved him and pitched
the fifth, when three more tuns
Doc White then took up pitch
ing burden, and gave but one hit
the rest of the game.
Morris Rath and W,eaver play
ed stellar ball in the field; hand
ling 17 chances between them.
Bodie and Collins were White
Sox pinch stickers, each-" driving
in a pair of runs .with safeties.
Bodie, Rath, Speaker and Gard
ner each poled a pair of hits.
Ray Collins, who started for
Boston, wasrhit hard, being taken
out in fourth. O'Brien allowed
but two hits in the last five
Ralph Bell, young southpaw
with White "Sox", has been sent to
St. Joseph of Western league.
Callahan is still out of the
game, his suspension being in
definite. Mattick took his place
yesterday, and helped in run get
ting with timely single.
For third straight time Ed
Reulbach acted as rescuer against
Giants, holding, them hitless in
eighth and ninth.
Lew Richie pitched a good
game until eighth, when Giants
scored once and got a man to
third with none out. Then he
Tesreau, who started for New
York, was also hoisted in 7th,
seven hits being 'made off his
Ames twirled eighth and ninth,
Cubs winning the game in, his
Zimmerman and Saier wallop
ed home the Cub runs. Zim's
single in the first and double in
the third scored the first two. .
In the eighth Saier knocked
a terrific line drive through Mur
ray after Leach had walked, both
Evers and Tinker pulled some
fielding stunts that made them
unpopular with the Giant fans.
So-called heavy hitting Giants
collected but four hits, all off
Entire Giant team played as
though it was up against hopeless
Chief Meyers appeared to
have lost heart completely..
Yesterday's victory put Cubs
within nine games of the Giants
Athletics won eleven inning
slugging match from Tigers, each
side using- two pitchers.