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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 14, 1912, Image 13

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' BASEBALL DOPE
Standing of the Clubs.
'American League. W. L. Pet
Boston -..96 38 .716
t Philadelphia 81 54 .600
.Washington 81 56 .591
Chicago 65 69 .485
Detroit 63 74 .464
Cleveland 60 75 .445
New York.-, 48. 86 .358
St. Louis 46-88 .343
National League. W. L. Pet.
New York 94 40 .701
Chicago 83 50 .624
Pittsburgh 81 53 .604
Cincinnati 68 68 .500
Philadelphia 68 7(f .474
St. Louis 56 79 -.415
Brooklyn 50 84 .373
iBoston.w .41 92 .308
Yesterday's Results.
American League Chicago 2,
New York 0; Boston 6, St Louis
2 Cleveland 10, Philadelphia 2;
Detroit 9, Washington 8 (ten in
nings). National League Chicago 3,
iBoston 2; New York 3, St Louis
2; Cincinnati 5, Brooklyn 4; Pitts
burgh 6, Philadelphia 5 (ten in
nings). Ed Walsh by some wonderful
flinging busted, the White Sox
losing streak yesterday at the. ex-
pense of New York Highlanders.
Five hits were the total slug
ging product of Yank bats and
only one visitor reached third
base.
Walsh fanned 11 wduld-be hit
Jers. Russell 'Ford was also' good,
but bunched hits counted for Sox.
In second Borton and Schalk
grouped a pair of singles, and in
eighth Harry Lord tripled and
scored on Collins' sacrifice fly.
For eight innings Cubs were
soft for Donnelly of the Braves,
while Boston had collected two
runs off Larry Cheney.
Cheney busted hrst ball in
ninth for home run. Donnelly
then lost his grip and passed
Sheckard and Miller. Dickson re
placed Donnelly and made a wild
pitch that allowed Sheck to score.
Tinker walked andZim sacrificed.
Saier scored Miller with a long
fly.
Cubs whanged ten hits in first
eight innings and had 11 left on.
bases.
Cheney should have had a
shutout. One of his spitters got
away from Cotter in fourth and
Boston scored two.
Marenville, Braves' new short
stopper, made some sensational
plays? besides whaling a double.
Saier, Downs, Williams and
Cheney of Cubs each poled a pair
of hits.
Slim Sallee lost his second
game of Card-Giant series. Was
outpitched by Marquard and
Wiltse,
St Louis took lead in fifth, but
New York bunched singles in
sevepth and copped game.
Cincinnati made seven hits to
nine for Brooklyn, but three of
Red swats were for extra 'bases.
In sixth Cincinnati scored four
times, three runs counting on
PheJan's homer. Grant blew a
double and Knfsely a triple.
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