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man.- Koney -Is no insider ballplayer
He does mighty little' thinking! but
he lams the ballT . ' .
Koney would not 'have made that
costly playr because he rmightv not
have thought of it. JMerkle tried to
think and became tangled in his own
wits.. McGrawdoes all the thinking
for , the Giants. .Everyi'play;ismade
5n-l orders. He probabiyrializes
that' his only chancers' to' keep-his
men .from trying to. exercise their
own brains. They always trip up
when they make the attempt.
Koney would have, pjayed -the ball
home and nailed Eddie Murphy, be
cause it was the obvious play.
It is reported thaf during the first
game he pitched against Mathewsbn
some of the Athletic players tried
to .hurry Plank, and He replied that
he-was an old man' and, had to take
his time.1 All of -the jGiaitf' player-
authors, used tliis material in their
stories and gloated over it.
But this old man went back Satur
day and made them look like a bunch
of applicants for charity. They didn't
get a thing from him. Except for an
error on a fly ball, which Plank him
self dropped when Baker ran into
him, the Giants would not have got
ten near the plate.
We hear a whole lot about the
high throw of Burns' which allowed
a run, and Merkle's boner, which ac
counted for two, and the experts say
that with these plays eliminated the
score would have been 1 to 0 in favor
of the Giants. They fail to figure that
the Giant run was also scored as the
r result of a punk play. Alibying is
; great stuff.
' Pittsburgh got revenge on Cy Fal
kenberg, batting the Cleveland pitch-
i er for enough runs to win. Lefty
' Robinson stopped the Naps with
three singles. Mike Mitchell smash
ed two Pirate runs with a timely wal
lop. Dolan got three hits.
St. Louis Browns pulled ahead of
the Cards by copping a double-header,
Weilman and Leverenz outpitch
ing Sallee and Perritt. Shotton got
four hits in the first game and Austin,
collected three in each.
Denver beat Milwaukee in the sec
ond game of the post-season series
between the champions of the West
'iern League and American Associa
tion. Score, 3 to 2. Each team has
won a game.
George Carpentier, French cham
pion, outpointed Jeff Smith in 20
rounds in Paris.
CITY SERIES FIGURES
Yesterday's attendance, 27,427.
Each winning player in the city
series will get $908. Each losing play
er will draw $605. Both ends are
larger than last year.
CITY SERIES BATTING
White Sox. Cicotte, .667; Collins,
.455; Chappell, .400; Lord, .300';"
Weaver.280; Fournier, .273 ', Russell,
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