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set five down on three strikes.
Perrett and Woodburn were
Bresnahan's twcTheavers. Former
weakened, m last innings.and Pi
rates bunched enough "hits to cap.
Jack Miller's two hits-boosted
Even with pennant nailed
down,, Giants continue to win.,
Kirby outpitched Dickson. , .
Boston scored four times in,
r first inning, but after that Kirby
worked like a real pitcher. .
Campbell, Devlin, Kirke and
Titus, vith twp hits ' eacfy, Col
lected eight of nine Brave hits,
Shafer and Fletcher with three
hif dnd'Merkle with two'got the.
majority of the Giant hits. One of
Fletcher's was good, for three
sacks. , ' . ' .
Herzog, Giant .third baseman
furnished fielding thrills.
Eddie Stack, former Chicago
sandlotter, strangled Philadel
phia with four hits.
White Sox slugged heavily in
both games ar. St. ,Louis. , .
Lange, Benz and Walsh pitch
ed against Allison, Napier and
Powell in first game, when both
teams clouted the "sphere. iCi
cotte bested Mitchell and Adams
in afterpfcee of double bill.
First inning of first game was
a hummer. "Bodie drove out a
homer with Collins onTjase in the
Sox half. Williams and Pratt
pounded circuit drives in the
Brown section, chasing Lange.
Rollie Zeider pestled six hits,
Collins and Lord four each and I
Boston three in two games.
Derrill Pratt, as usual, was the
jrorks'for S Louis. He amassed j
three singles, a triple, and homer
Eddie Cicotte fanned seven in
the second game. -J
Washington and Athletics
staged longest game of American s
After allowing four runs m1
first two innings Plank held Na
tionals runless for 16 inriings."
Washington won in 19th when
Collins made a wild throw trying"
to complete a double play.
Groom tied Macks in knots for'
eight innings. In ninth the score'
was tied on bunched hits. J
Johnson pitched the last ten in
nings for Washington, and,J
though hit hard, allowed no "Scor
ing. He fanned seven Macks. L
Sensational fielding saved pitch- "
ers for both teams-several times."
Each side ' made three double
Great tstops by McBride, who
handled 15N;hances, and Foster
saved the day for Johnson.
Philadelphia soaked 24 hits tar
13 fq,r Washington, showing how
Plank excelled his rivals.
Baker of the Macks soaked five
hits. Lapp safetied four times
Murphy, Collins and Oldring of
the Athletics and Foster and
Williams of. Washington got
Cleveland made it nine straight
victories by swamping Wheatley
youn Detroit pitcher. They,. "
combed him(for21 hits.
Willie Mitchell loafed on the
job after his team got a big lead.
JLajoie and Graney of Naps
smashed four hits each, Jackson
three, and Chapman, Turner
Hendry and, O'NeiJl two