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one measly hit, a single by Fletch
er. Not one Giant reached third,
and only two ventured as far as
Reds knockecLeight hits, Hob
litzell and Mitchell each poling
three of them and scoring both
Red runs. Hobby tripled in the
first and doubled in the third, and
Mitchell punched him through
Dode Easkert and Sherwood
Magee were responsible for all
the Philly runs against St. Louis
Paskert had" two singles and a
triple and Magee bumped a triple
and two home'runs.
Bresnahan used his usual three
pitchers and pinch hitter's.
Pirate stickers had a field day
against Dickson and Tyler,
smacking them for 14 hits.
Max Carey was high man. with
four singlesr Camnitz, who twirl
ed for Pittsburgh, connected
three times. m t
Wilson of Pittsburgh tapped
his 33d triple in the fourth inning,
bases being loaded at the time.
Wagner maced a homer and
Campbell secured two of the
seveii hits made by Boston.
Washington took a fine beating
from St. Louis, the Browns ham
mering A7 safeties off Cashion
and Schegg, who pitched for the
Baumgardner checked Wash
ington until the ninth, when he
eased up, and they banged five of
their ten hits and scored all their
Compton, Pratt and Austin of
St. Louis each acquired three hits,
Pratt getting a double and triple.
Foster, Milan and Gandil of
Washington peeled two hitsc-j
v Philadelphia tjeat Detroit in
one round, Mclnness blasting a
triple in tne nrst witn tne oases
loaded and scoring on a poor re
turn' by Sam Crawford.
After that Mullin was at his
best and Athletics were helpless.
Crabb, who pitched part of one
game fair' Whfte Sox on South
Side, went distance for Mack and I
easily baffled Tiger sluggers.
On the showing he -made, here
he should have been retained for
further development His game
yesterday indicates he has the
stuff," and Connie Mack seems to
have made another of his lucky
Yankees took' a pair of long
and uninteresting contests from
Cleveland. The only redeeming
feature was. the batting of Leli- "
velt and Chase. f
Hal singled, tripled and hit for "
the circuit in the two games.
Lelivelt, formerly with Wash
ington, nicked a triple and four
.singles. There is nothing wrong: .-
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will be out for a few days,
Jack Britton of Chicago knock-i
ed out Eddie Murphy of Boston"
in eleventh round at Boston last s "
night. Britton outclassed his op- T
ponent all the way. ,J '
Matt'McGrath and Pat Mc-
Donald, who did sensational ,