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eighth artd two in the ninth gave
Giants the game.
Thcsecond was a repetition.
Phillies were ahead, 2 to 0, at the
start of the seventh: One in the
seventh, another in the eighth
and two in the ninth copped the
game for New York.
Mathewson worked first for
New York, but 'Ames was reliev
' ed by Crandall in the second
New York's six runs in the first
game were scored on eight suc
cessive singles, which chased
Seaton and Finneran. Schultz
, Alexander allowed but two
hits until the seventh inning of
the second game. Giant run in.
this frame was a homer by Snod--grass.
i Two singles gave them thetie--ihg
run in theeigth. In ninth
Merkle followed Murray's single
with a homer. '
Entire New York team hit
heavily in both games, while Lu
jderus and Paskert were only
Phillies strong with stick.
. Pittsburg and St. Louis both
staged eighth inning rallies.
Roger Bresnahan estahlished a
record by going through' game
with one pitcher. He stood pat
on Bob Harmon, who was jogged,
for eight smashes.
Perry went seven and a third
innings for Pittsburgh, Camnitz
p'uITihg him out of the hole in
Bresnahan caught for his gang,
and chipped a triple as his share
of the eight hits off Pirate iling
ers. u '
Wilson and Byrne of Pirates
and Mike Mowrey of Cards eacli
compiled a brace of safeties.
Magee, in left fbr Cards, had
seven flies batted his way. H
sifted one of them through his
Boston and Brooklyn are play-?
ing real ball against each other!
After Braves went one run ahead
in, ninth the Dodgers came to bat
and blossomed two runs on two
passes and three hits, adding an
other, game, to their slender won
.Smith and Hummel of the
Dodgers each soaked four hits off
Donnelly and" Tyler, -their work
in the ninth giving Brooklyn the
Cadet Allen held Boston .to
seven hits, Bridwell and Klihg
getting: two, each.
By winning yesterday from
Washington) Boston made then1
series for the year nine won and
eight lost, giving them the ma
jority of games played with eacfi
Cashion was bumped for only
seven hit, but he gave same nun .
ber of walks, two of which de
veloped into runs.
Washington knocked eight hits
from frame of Buck P'Brien, Mi
lan getting two and Foster three.
Tris Speaker made an error in
first inning that gave Washing
ton a run. This peeved the Texan-,
and on InVnext three trips to
the chopping block he jabbed &.
single, double and triple in suc
cession, each producing a run.
Connie Mack's' crew batted
like Athletics- of last year against