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third. But for this error the Sox
would not have scored; This is the
fifth, straight game that Milan has
made'an error on a single in the first
inning. Twice the miscues went for
home runs. Tn- tire second more
weak work by Washington helped the
Bodie's homer came with no one
on base, a habit Ping has.
Mattick did not hit safely, but he
walked twice, and drove In a run
with a sacrifice fly. Collins also
failed to nick the hit column.
Hal Chase is still clouting, and
rapidly climbing in the batting aver
ages, He added two more hits to
Ids string, yesterdfcy, one coming in'
itx& second 'inning and counting two
T The Sox will stop in Cleveland
next Friday on their way home to
gay off a postponed game with the
"Speaking of combinations in re
straint of baseball, the teams from
hlcago, New York, Philadelphia and
Boston in the two big 'leagues won
jtheir games yesterday.
Philadelphia pushed tha Naps
farther down by winning a pitchers'
battle, Bender outclassing Mitchell
and Kahler. Each of the three runs
in the game counted on a wild throw.
Cleveland got six hits and the Macks
seven. Walsh of the Athletics soak
ed two triples and a single. Joe
Jackson went hitless.
Jhe Athletics have taken nine out
often games from the Western
teams, and the Naps have an jeveu
break on their invasion,
r'Once more Chance wins two
straight Russ Ford outpltcihed Jean
Dubuc of Detroit, and swell fielding
by the Yankee infield kept Ford out
of danger, Cobb registered two hits
and stole' two bases.
i Boston and St. Louis swapped the
Iekd throughout nine innings, the
Red Sox tielng1 it in that frame and
wjnning in the 13th. Hamilton of
the Brawns and O'Brien of Boston
were -hit hard. Speaker smashed two
.doubles and a triple, Bobby-Wallace
two doubles and a single and Gardner
a triple and single.
It was Friday the 13th, 1913, and
two games In the American league
went 13 innings. Some alibi for the
Fred Clarke played left field for
Pittsburgh, but could not stop New
York. Babe Adams fanned seven;
but was found for 14 hits, Chief
Meyers getting four. Sensational in
field work saved Demaree. Byrne got
three of the Pirates' seven hits. Cole
man, Pittsburg's new catcher,
stopped four Giants who tried to
Dooin's Phillies turned loose .a
.Teavy attack on Bob Harmon of St.
'Louis and won easily, Brennan- sHut
ting the Cards out until the last In-'
ning. Sherwood Magee pestled a
double and triple and Lobert and
Doolan each wopped triples and sin
gles. Lee Magee and Cathers of St
Louis were hurt and the latter will
"be out of the game for at least a
week. The defeat dropped the Cards
to seventh place, below Boston.
Boston bunched hits in the first;
and sixth for all ,ias runs, driving
Ames from the mound before-'round
one was over. Packard succeeded
him, Perdue held the ReS to eight
hlits and kept them separated. Myers
.of Boston cracked a homer and two
singles, Mann got a four-baser and.
Maranville punched a triple and sin
gle. The Chicago Federal League .team
returned home today, to begin a five?-,
game series with Covington'on De '
Paul field. ' '
The National Commission yester
day awarded Outfielder Johnny Beall
to the White Sox and fined the Cleve
land club $25 Jor sending him to
Milwaukee without pbserving the
waiver rule. Callahan xuay decide to
use the former' Western Leaguer In
'left field. If his batting is strong
enough he can easily hold the joh,
and In the minors batting was his
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