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THE SUN. SUNDAY, JULY 20, 1910.
Pat Moran Will Find Many Admirers at Polo Grounds When Cincinnati Clashes With Giants To-morroW
GIANT-RED SERIES
BIGGEST OF YEAR
J
I'
Fan 8 Beady for Treat When
National League Leaders
Clash To-morrow.
VISITORS A CURIOl'S CREW
Nary a Moran Regular Started
Major Career on Team With
Which He Now Is Starring:.
c
Br FREDERICK . LIEU.
July 21 la a date the Olant fans I w
been keeping In mind for noma time.
The Cincinnati Reds are scheduled to
open their second scries of the year on
the Polo Grounds to-morrow, and the
fur should fly when these two bands of
diamond (ladlators go to the mat
It will be the bit; treat of the year
(or Olant fans, and the series will mean
a lot to both clubs. A loss of the) en
tire three games may give either club
a knockdown from which It may find It
difficult to recover. A victory for Cin
cinnati on the road would be especially
encouraging to Moran's marvels.
Cincinnati got quite a reception when
It played on the Polo Grounds In the
spring. Tho Reds were well up In the
race then, but few New York fans took
the Red rampage seriously at that time.
It looked like the usual Cincinnati flurry
of tho gentle springtime. Tho Cube
then were considered New York's most
dangerous rivals in the National League,
and when the Giants licked them four In
a row It looked as though that menace
had been done away with.
But when the Reds continued bound
ing along on the heels of the Giants the
New York fans started to get hep to
the fact that Cincinnati was a real peril.
"A new miracle wrought by Pat Moran."
was the word sent alone the baseball
rlelto. When tho Reds actually passed
the (llante for a few days local fans
began to pull their schedule out and
ascertain the date when Cincinnati was
next booked for Harlem.
Rede Well Lilted by Fane.
Cincinnati has become a strong fa
Torlte around the National League.
Everywhere you hear the name thing:
"If our home club can't win I hope it
will be the Reds.'' This Is as true In
New York as anywhere else. Tho local
fans, of course, want to sec McGraw win
another pennant, but if the Giants lose
the fans would rather see them lose to
Cincinnati than any other club In the
league.
The reason for this Is the Inherent love
of fair play In the makeup of the aver
age American and his native sym
pathy with tho under dog. The raw deal
that Moran got at the hands of the
Philadelphia club last winter only won
Fltchburg Pot added popularity. Mo
ran was let out by William Haker after
ho proved the most successful manager
In the long history of the Philadelphia
club. In four years he won the only
National League pennant ever won by a
Quaker City pilot, and twice led the
club under the wire In second plae after
spirited races.
As a result the only Interest the Phil
adelphia public, retains In baseball to-lay
la the perusal of Cincinnati box score a
No fans in Redland are pulling harder
for Moran than his former admirers In
Philadelphia, and In a less degree thli
eentlment Is prevalent all over tho cir
cuit. Then Cincinnati has been a National
League punching bag 10 long that few
baseball partisans begrudge the Reds a
few sweets at this distant date. In it
long National League history the Reds
never have had a pennant winner, while
most of Its clubs have Hnished lr the
second division.
The Cincinnati fans frequently have
been referred to aa the Anvil Chorus,
tut what body of rooters would be differ
ent If they had had their hopes shat
tered for over thirty years? Redland
fans actually have been gluttons for pun
lahment. A Team of Caatofis.
One Interesting thing about the pres
ent Reds Is that It Is a team of cast
offs But In that the Reds do not differ
from other National League clubs that
recently have won pennants. Ever since
the Giant championship combination of
191 1. 1912 and 1913 was broken up the
various National League champions
have been teams recruited from expe
rienced players.
There Is real talent on the Reds, how
ever, but it took a capable manager to
bring It out. The club has some real
starB In Itoush, Groh. DautN rt and
Wlngo. and there Is a lot of batting pow
er in the club. The Red?, however, have
been badly in need of utility material,
and since tho Injury to Irfft Fielder
Sherwood Magee, Rube Bressler, a pitch
er, haa been playing In the outfield.
To show how the Reds have been
picked up from all points of the big
league compass It Is only necessary to
call attention to the fact that not a single
regular on the Cincinnati team started
hie major league career with the Heris.
There are delegates nn the Hods from
very other Nations! League club, while
almost all of the American League clubs
also are represented on the Cincinnati
team by former players.
Moran Started With Bravee.
Beginning with Pat Moran, he started
hie career with the Braves, shifted to
the Cuba In the days of Chance's great
machine and later won Philadelphia its
first and only National League flag.
The Red pitching staff is n motley
crowd Bailee came to Cincinnati by
way of St Louis and the Giants. Walter
Beuther started In wtlh the Cubs, while
Hod Eller once was turned down by the
White Sox. Ray Fisher la a former
Tankee. Jimmy Ring also made a
couple of training trips with the Yan
kees, and also had a tryout with Brook
lyn. Luque, the Cuban, was up once
With the Braves, and Roy Mitchell is the
former veteran of the St. Louis Browns.
Bressler looked like one of the coming
tars of baseball when Mack dismantled
his great machine In 1915.
As to the rub catchers, Bill Rarlden
formerly played with the Braves and
Giants, while Wlngo came to Cincinnati
after he had won renown with the Car
dinals. The RecVand Inflelders also hive ap
peared In many makeups. Jake Uauhert
was captain of the Brooklyns for years,
and in hi younger days he was turned
down by Cleveland. Morris Rath, at sec
ond base, has been all around the
American League. He started In with
the Athletic In 1909. was traded to
Cleveland In 1910 and later played sev
eral season with the White Hox. BUI
Kopf played bhort for the Athletics for a
aesson and played one year for Cleve
land under the name of Brady. Strange
ly enough, three members of this In
Held have been with Cleveland. Heinle
Groh. third baseman, started in with the
Olant and went to Cincinnati with
Ames and Pevore In the Kromme trade.
Then Jimmy Smith, utility Inflelder.
played with the Pirates, Giants.
Miracle Man of Red and Players Whose Work Has Put the Cincinnati Team on the Baseball Map
t i
win wihimmi ii i mm w & t xnwmtiM m at,
) Jackson Passes Peck;
Lravatn stiu in rroni
White Sox. Slugger Has Shoved Yankee Captain Out
of Lead in American League Myers Uits rnu- ,
adelphian's Lead to Ten Points in National. Jli
Gabby Cravath. the new manager of
the Phillies, remain the top notcher
among National League batsmen, and
Joe Jackson, the White Sox. aluftger, ha
deposed Roger Pecklnpaugh, the great
Yankee ehortstop, from the American
League leadership.
In the National League HI Myers, one
Brooklyn favorite, Is beginning to press
Cravath. hard. Oaboy leads with an
aversge of .354, and Myers follows 10
points behind, with .844. McHenry, the
young star of the Cardinal. Is third,
with .321.
Jackson leads tho American League
regulars with an average of .352. Ty
Cobl of Detroit, who lias thwarted Joe s
batting ambitions so often. Is second to
Shoeless Joseph with .346. Veach of the
same club is third, his figure being ontf
a point behind that of Ty 345.
Max Flack of the Cubs leads the Na
tional League run getters with forty
elglit runs. Wheat and Olson, the two
Dodgers, are tied for the greatest num
ber of hits with ninety-three splec.
Csrlson Blgbfee of Pittsburg lead the
old leaguo In stolen bases, with twenty
one. In tho Amerlcsn League Roger Pr
Inpaugh of the Yat kees has scored the
moet runs, fifty-two ; Jackson of CbVsgo
has made the most lilts, 100, and Johns
ton of Cleveland his stolen the moat
bases, twenty-two.
Walter Reuther of ihe Clnclnratl Reds
and Eddie Cicott of the White Sox
lead the pitchers of their respective
leagues.
NATIONAL 1,1(1,1 I. BATTING. ,
Week
Gin
PC. Lee
.003 .30
.373 .34
.364
.364
.344
..'128
.327
.320
.317
.816
.31.1
.313
.mo
.310
.310
.300
.309 .3
307 .17
O. AB. R. n. SB
.15 18 4 0 O
.30 76 8 28 4
.11 11 1 4 O
61 18t 31 67 7
.60 262 33 20 6
.48 137 18 43 2
.00 272 40 80 17
.46 181 28 8 6
.30 126 16 40 3
.74 204 41 03 6
.70 270 44 SS 18
.70 262 45 82 n
.70 261 3S 81 8
.10 20 1 9 0
.11 29 3 O 1
.74 260 38 83, 8
.72 262 24 81 8
.7a 280 39 66 7
.67 242 44 74
Player, Club.
Mitchell, Bkln. .
Thorpe. Bos. , . .
Km an. N. Y. . .
Cravath Pbll.. .
Myers, Bkln..
McHenry, St. I
Young. N. Y. . .
Williams Phil. .
Wlngo. Cln
Z. Wheat, Bkln.
Burns, N. Y
KauB. N. Y
Rouah, Cln
Toney. N. Y. . .
Clarke, Phil
Honu-liy. St. I-.
Koneicby, Bkln.
Daubert, Cln. . .
Doyle. N. Y
Holke. Bo. . .70 260 26 79
Sleugel, Pltts.T. .70 260 33 79
Meusel. Phil., . . .66 241 39 76
Clemens St. L...36 86 7 26
Slock, St. L 73 367 34 77
Ames St. L 16 10 0 3
Cuuhaw, Pitt.. .7 4 269 3 8 80 18
Grtmtb. Bkln. . . 69 27.1 39 81 3
I Tii 1 hi 61 213 23 63 4'
Olson. Hkln 74 31S 46 03 IS
Sbottuu. St. L ... 00 224 20 66 13
Smith. Phil, 2U 24 1 7 0
8ouhworth.Pltt667 203 28 68 15
Beat her. te. St. L.5S 182 17 63 6
Raw lings, Ho . . 38 86 11 25
Klliefer.Chl 54 163 8 47
Gowdy.Bos 24 73 6 21
Urub, Bo.. 73 262 47 75
M. Wheat. Bkln. 14 28 0 8
t'berdell. at. L. . .10 31 I 8
10 7 13
65 162 16 46
17 30 7 11
.3
.3
lit
.4
' !e
.8
.3
.
6
.33
300
8 .305
1 .804
0 .303
1 .302
3 . 300
0 .300
.298
.297
.296 . 7
.293 .0
.395
.203 104
.291 .14
.201 . 14
291 114
GROH LEADS REDS
IN DRIVING IN RUNS
Little Cincinnati Third Base
man Has Knocked Forty
This Season.
Bailey. Chi.
McCarty. N. Y.
Fisher. Cln. . . .
Rlggcrt. Bus. . .
Cooper, title. .
Blgbee. 1'ttte. .
Henog. Boe. . .
Flack. Chi. .
Ludeirua. Phil. .
Merkle, Chi. . .
Klldutf. Hkln. .
hop., Cln. . . .
Barnee. N . Y.. .
hreiiger. Bkln.
Boeckei, Bo.. .
Cheney. Bo... .
11. ih. Cin
hil. 1 Cln
I haae. N. V.
63 236 33 66
.18 50 2 14
.68 259 33 72 21
.68 224 22 02 15
. 76 316 48 87 12
.60 261 81 73 6
.70 263 39 72 16
.41 113 6 81 1
.71 262 29 71 10
.2,', 63 7 17 0
.63 153 16 41 3
.73 265 81 6 14
.13 15 1 4 O
.76 286 42 76 10
.21 53 6 14 3
275 39 72
.288
.288
.286 -- A
.266 .17
.286
.266
.284 .7
.282 7
.280 .14
.380 3
.278 .13
.377 .17
.376 .8
.376 .13
.274
.374
.271
.270
.268
.267
167
MaraUAlUe.Boa. 71 248 23 66
Fletcher. N. Y. . .63 238 29 61
Miller. St. 1 04 233 31 61
B.ird. Si. L
Wilton. Bo. ...
LIlhoefer.St.L
Magee. Chi
Johnston, Bkln .
Cueto, Cln
z-imuierni n, N.Y
Neale. Cln
sugtin. Chi..
Carer, Pitts
HUey. Phil
smita, cin
Bancroft Phil
itarjileji. Cln . .
Ilarlvare. Pitt. .
Smith, St. L
Pick, Chi
Terry. Pills
Adams Phil
Baled N.Y
Blackburne, Phil 35 06 7 23
HoUocher. Chi. . .(1 189 23 46
Muiu, Cbl . .
Saler. Pitt.. . .
Powell. Hos . .
Lee. Pitt.. . . .
Keutner, Pitts 24 47 211
Herein. 111. .19 43 2 10
Miller, Hklu . . . .38 78 s in
l.ear. Chi 32 81 6 14
Barber. Chi 2" 01 6 14
o Terrell. Chi 32 79 7 Is
Schmidt. Pitt.. 61) 150 17 38
Lavan St. 1 40 147 13 33
sicking. Phil M 107 15 37
Smith. Bo 44 132 11 29
Wonted. Phil.. 66 210 32 47
Callahan. Pull. . .43 119 13 28
Goodwin. St . L . . 21 32 3 7
Alexander. Chi. . . 13 23 2 6
Paulelte. Phil... .48 144 11 81
Cadi . Phil 84 US 7 21
mayor, i me o
Wsrd.Bklu 11 33
06 242 38 83 13
42 128 8 81 1
16 31 4 8
.60 270 33 8U
4.0 146 34 37
36 87 10 22
.70 250 34 63
75 274 38 00
21 66 3 14
14 62 8 13
II) 16 1 4
IN 28 3 7
24 ',7 11 19
44 121) 13 31
20 67 6 14
71 26 t 34 63
80 249 28 60 18
65 260 29 60 5
44 125 0 30 3
23 50 8 12 0
a
5
271 30 64 13
45 132 18 31 4
68 265 2S 62 13
17 47 2 11 2
1
9
4
ft
a
14
0
8
O
1
8
3
3
16
HOD ELLER.
Braves and the Baltimore and Chicago
Feds.
The Red otitfleldors also had a lot of
experience before they came to Cincin
nati, though lloush and Neale never
tarred until they landed with th- Reds.
Rouah had a trial with the While Sox,
tarred with tho Newark Federals, was
purchased by the Giants and then traded
to Cincinnati. Nele, like several others
of the Reds, got his first big league trial
with Cleveland, but couldn't convince the
Cleveland manager that he belonged.
Sherwood Magee, the regular leftflelder.
broke in with the Phillies In 1 SI 4. He
cam e to Cincinnati from the lloston club.
International League Batting and Pitching Averages
i
INTERNATION4I.
TMV
II ll. I ) B A I
HENDRYX STILL IN FRONT.
Former Yankee l.e.fll American
Asportation Datemen.
Cnn-Aoo, 111., July 19. Hendryx of
Louisville, former Yankee, still leads
American Association batters with a
batting average of 35.".. Other leaders
for twenty-five or more games sre :
Becker, Kansas City, .341 ; U'Mara,
Indianapolis, .339 ; flood, Kansas City,
336 ; Miller, Kansas City, JS5 ; Cochran,
Kansas City, .326 ; Taggart, Columbus,
.338; Kirke, Lxiulsvtlle, 814 ; Leary,
Indianapolis. .311: Haas, Milwaukee,
810; Miller, St. Raul, .110.
GILBERT TOPS BATSME!.
Hit OmjANi, La.. July 1. Qilbert
of New Orleans, with .383, batted his
way from fourth to first place In the
Southern Association last week. Other
leaders are :
McDonald, Nashville, (.332 ; Peters,
Blrminsrham, .328 ; Chrtstonbury, Mem.
phis, .187; Duncan, Birmingham, .318;
Mayer, Atlanta, .316; Sullivan, New
Orleans, .807; Grimm, Utile Rock,
.298; Orlffln, Atlanta. Z7.
G. AB. B. H
2.1 99 1
.28 88 18
.69 211) 41
.15 85 2
.78 264 73
,78 264 78
73 268 40
Pl er Club
Bentle) , Bali.
Klaxer. Blag
See, Koch. .
liaricber, Buf
Kelly, Koch .
Ijiwrey, Halt
Strait. Buf. .
Jaciihaon. Halt. .79 31
Males, Belt. . . .75 317 75
llonig. Bait . 72 379 60
Hummell. Itead.74 273 40
korokk. Bead.. 58 214 40
l.efle- Bait 35 110 23
Holey, Bait 70 803 4 7
McLarrj. Blng..73 348 .'.0
Alienburg. Bead35 142 10
11. -in Road . 36 112 13
Doolan. Boad.. .73 264 26
Foley. J. C 14 35 7
Whileman Tor. 80 333 84
H.umaun. J. C..67 268 37
Wetser. Bead. . . 83 203 35
Mooera. J. C . . 10 71 5
Paruham. Ball . 31 84 II
O Bourse. Ulna 73 289 47
Rodngues, KochlW 356 33
Miller. Newark. 78 284 08
bllerhee. King. .63 318 2 3
Onalow. Tor 78 249 39
Burn.. Bead.. . .66 258 33
Hon.. hu-. Head I 85 6
Schweilser. J.C65 315 18
BUhop Bait 79 394 51
Shannon Blag.. 70 270 36
Walsh, Newark 49 161 10
Ilarrl.. Buff 73 278 48
Barney. But 75 290 43
V.FurUlI,Toc..66 337 83
McCarron. Buf .67 326 41)
Sergeant. New'k60 282 IS
Keetlnar. Buf. . .76 278 31
Sand berg. Tor
8 tilth. Ulng
Zellar,. J (V
Nasi. Koch .
Holdeii. Tor
WlfglMW'h.J.C
N. organ. Ha.i .
Seuaufcle. Belt
Loudy. Buf. . .
Anderson, Tor
Cobb. J. C. ,. .
Downey, J. C
85 304 24
50 160 32
34 87 6
67 343 31
61 190 28
73 289 31
48 162 26
33 1U2 14
38 133 13
80 290 38
88 183 38
4U 148 14
Week
4-Gain
II. SB. PC- UOSM
40 I .404 ,8V
85 3 .398 t- 44
K4 II .3S4 3
13 (I .371 -I ,B
Oil 21 .364 2
Oil 32 .364 2
US Ii) ,888 U
111 V2 .352 ,t
1118 31 .14 1 1
94 II 337 .6
H 5 837 3
7U 4 .327 10
38 3 3J7 23
97 tt .320 .3
79 15 .3111 .1
43 4.317
35 II 31.1
82 3 ..'111 .3
14 4 .311
1113 12 310 4 .15
S2 1 1 .308 . 18
62 3 . 306 1
21 I 3111)
25 1 .808 23
65 Jt .21' I .10
75 14 .29.1 .3
82 29 ,888 -3
83 2 .2S9 .9
83 22 .27 .1
74 11 .287 .6
10 0 286 .14
61 HI .281
82 14 .279 .13
73 7 .278
42 4 .2.8 83
76 15 .278 .10
80 IS .270 .
65 11 .273 .6
62 8 .274 .1
63 6 .274 .1
15 17 .270 .1
65 1 . 270 . 1
4 3 8 .270 .8
18 II .269 .0
03 8 .208 -- .ft
61 ft .268
77 4 .266 .5
43 4 .28ft
27 2 .265 .38
86 2 .283
78 11 .282 .17
48 4 .382 .16
88 3 .381
Clarke. Bait . .33 02 13
Ootuale. Tor .78 381 81
HnugiiuKh. Buf. 48 1 82 18
hsan. Ball 41 143 21
Shertdan. Head . 74 280 25
llud.lna..l.C . 42 14(1 8
llartnian. Bin . 47 186 22
Madden, Nrk.8B lis 11
I'l'i. 1 .... 1 1 24 S3 8
Rile) . Bin 75 286 32
Cserv, Buf 49 156 11
.inchs, Newark. 77 355 87
Letter, Newark .7 283 38
PoneUon.Buf. .76 30 4
Newton, Bait 0911) ,ih
Clifford. Koch. .16 48 5
O Neill. Koch.. 68 187 22
Mclnnls. Tor . ..'.4 178 17
Wlltec. Buf . . .64 231 26
lUilinHor. Roch.66 170 19
Bruggy, New k. .68 183 23
W.lib, Read . 47 167 15
CirrK... Ri-h .83 188 18
MrAlplne.New.36 112 12
Hyde. .1. C 40 1 17 19
DeNm Ille.J.C .40 163 11
Wendell J. C. . .18 67 7
Orr. Horh 37 141 13
Itrouati. Hoch. .24 63 6
i Shimault. Hoch 42 101 10
Mc. atie. Newk 19 68 6
H. rnhardt.Kead28 64 4
Morrtiette. J. C.18 80 8
Kane, J. C 13 61 8
Breeklundgr,To78 352 31
Deufel, Tor 82 60 11
Huhhell. Tor. . .20 63 6
Srhulte. Bins .75 361 35
Mathews. Roch.57 206 25
Moran. hoch .83 87 16
Belt man, Koch 18 68 1
Ituasell, J. C 211 44 3
Jordan. Bur 18 64 ft
Donotun, Ring. .20 40 4
I. iltnple, Blng .42 131 11
Kommell.Newk.71 06 0
Cook, Newark .88 123 16
Catber. Newark. 78 204 20
Si hai ht ,J.C
Justin, Tor 10
I ii'vmney, Buf. 15
Welncn. Head. . 1 7
Thomas, Buf. . . 10
Dnuln. Read. . .28
Haddock. Blng. .23
etnas . ewers .
Kent,. Head. . .
Ryan. Buf
87
42
21
37
45
76 10
o e
29 100 10
23 65 4
87 8
34 3 .260
78 15 .380 6
42 3 .259 . 15
37 3 .250 .2
67 6 .258
36 3 .387 .18
47 6 .354
30 4 .254 11
31 6 .333
72 II 232 . . fl
39 1 .262 .4
84 II) 231 .1
88 8 .261 8
V7 11 .250 .4
G I) .350
13 1 .360 .19
48 3 .246 . 1
43 8 .344
63 6 .240 16
43 10 .340
43 13 .330 .4
30 4 .334 13
31 I 3.13 .6
26 4 .332 .10
27 2 .23t .33
83 2 239 . .
13 0 .32
33 1 3 . 237
14 O .226 .8
23 3 .226 .4
13 1 224 8
12 1 .222 13
13 1 .217
11 3 .318
64 13 .214 . 7
17 0 .313 .18
11 O .313 .1
63 18 .311
43 11 .309
18 1 .207 .80
12 0 .307 .16
9 0 .305 .10
11 0 . 304 8
8 0 .20O .30
38 3 .198 .11
15 O .197 .14
24 2 . 10ft
67 1(1 .194 .7
13 1 .194 16
8 0 . 190 31
4 0 .190 .10
7 0 .189 .7
8 1 .178 .7
13 4 .171 33
12 O 17 3
17 6 .170
9 0 .184 .8
6 0 .183 .10
INTERNATIONAL I HOI K CU B BAT
TING. Week
-etiain
G. AB. R. H. 8B. PC 1 .
Clubs.
Baltimore. .
Buffalo
Reading . .
Rochester. .
Toronto . .
Hlugham'ot!
Jersey City.
Newark
II 2774 520 863 131
76 3574 331 r.nfl HI
74 2557 304 677 48
70 250O 317 1(04 1(12
80 2642 3S7 671 99
7 3543 881 647 70
76 2483 261 617 68
78 2481 301 582 103
.811
.367
.265
.284
334
254 .
248
.235
I'ITt HERS' HI ( (Mills
Pitcher and Club.
Thompson, Baltimore.
Hill. Baltimore
W'ataou, Baltimore ..
Frank. Baltimore
fiordonler. Buffalo. . .
Jones. Toronto. .
Harper. Blnghamtnn
Paruham, Baltimore.
Lyon.. Newark
Barnee, Btngliamton..
Beraehe. Toronto. . .
Martin. Hitikliumton. .
Kyan. Buffalo
Kneiarh. Baltimore. . .
Rouunelt, Newark.. . .
Juhnaon, Baltimore. .
Heck, Toronto
Ruhnell. Toronto ...
Clifford. Borheeter. .
Barnuerdt. Reading. .
Jordan. Buffalo
HsgtDSi Blnghamton.
Justin, Toronto
Brown, Reeding
8chacht, JenjeyClty,
UoCah,glnj..Nw'k.
Thomas, Huffalo. ...
Areata. Rot heater. . . .
Petereon, Toronto. , . .
Newton. Baltimore.. .
Shea. Newark
Keefe, Beading
See. Bochreter
Devlnney. Buffalo. . . .
Ogdeo. Rochester. . . .
Stryker, Newark ....
Haracher, nuffaln. . .
Weluen . KeadUig ...
7ellara. Jersey City. . .
Brogau. Rochester .
icuiaon, Newark.
lUler. Jersey Clur.
Lent
W. L. P.O. W. I.
3 0 1 000 3
3 0 1 000 3
3 0 1.000 3 ..
14 2 875 fl ..
3 1 .833 6 . .
10 8 769 1
3 1 .7.50 3 ..
17 H .739 3
6 3 714 1
5 3 .714 3
7 3 .700 1
7 :i . 7oo a
9 4 . 602 3 . .
9 4 602 1
14 7 .667 . 1
3 I 868 3 . .
9 5 .643 1
10 tt .025 4
10 6 .625 1
6 4 6O0 A
. 0 7 .583 1
. .9 7 .668 8
, 7 8 .538 8 . .
0 0 . 500 . . 1
.0 0 . 600 . . 1
. 8 8 . 600 . . 2
. 7 7 . 600 4
. 8 0 .471 1
. 6 7 462 . . 3
. 6 7 .462 . . 3
.8 10 .444 3
. fl 8 .420 3
. 4 8 .400 1
. 3 ft 373 . 1
. 3 6 .375 . . 1
. 8 8 .375 . . 1
.4 7 . 864 . . . .
. 4 7 .364 1
. 8 11 .363 1
6 13 .338 . . 9
.3 4 388 .. 8
. 4 888 i ..
Though Heinle Groh Is leading the
Reds In batting In runs. Ed. Ttoush I
the pacet setter nmn-g tho Cincinnati
players In sending over the plate the
deciding tally of a controversy, t'p to
last Tuesday the Moranltes had won
forty-nine games and In forty-two of
these the winning marker came In either
on a hit. sacrifice fly or lnfleld out
Roush was responsible for tho decisive
run on eight occasions, Jake Daubert
on six. Groh on five. Bill Rarlden on
Ave, Greasy Neale on five, Sherwood
Magee on five. Ivy Wing on four,
Walter Ruether on one. Billy Kopf on
one. Rubo Bressler on one and Jimmy
Smith on one.
Ths Reds who have cleaned up this
year chased In three men ahead of
them with one hit have been Daubert
on May 4, with a triple off Weaver of
the Cubs; Ttoush on May 15, with a
triple off Mainuux of the Ruperba ;
Groh on June 1, with a triple off Bill
Evans of the Pirates, and Kopf on July
5, with a double off mil Bolden of the
Cardinals.
Itecord of Player.
I The number of runs hit In by each
I Cincinnati player again, aoli club
; this season Is as follows.
Groh, 40 Bn!nn, ie-, Pittsburg. R , Phtla.
deiphla, 7; Brooklyn and St. Louli. 6, New
Yerk. 2; Chicago, 1.
N.ele. t: St. Louis, 8; Brooklyn and
Philadelphia, d . Boston and Pittsburg, 8;
New York. 3. Chicago, 2.
I Rnush, 34 Iitlirurg, 11: Brooklyn. 7;
Chicago. 6; St. Unils. 4; Boaton, 1, New
York and Philadelphia, 7.
Daubart. 14 St, I-'Uls. 11; Chicago, 7;
i New York. Philadelphia and Pittsburg, J;
I Brooklyn, 1,
Kopf, -Pittsburg and Ft. Louis, 7:
t Boston and New York, 3; Brooklyn end
I Chicago, 1.
Wlnso. Id Boston. 4: New York snd
.Pittsburg, 3; BronklFS and St. Luula, 2;
Chicago and Phll.ide'plila. 1.
Rarlden, 14 Philadelphia and St Louis,
II Boston snd Pittsburg, ; Brooklyn end
Chicago. 1.
Mag. 11 St. Louis, f.. Pittsburg, 4;
Chicago, 2.
Bras.l.r, 9 Boston. 3. Pittsburg end St.
Louis. 8; Brooklyn and Chicago, 1
Rath. 8 Plmburg. 3. Boston and Chi
cago, J; Brooklyn and New York, 1
Smith, 9 Philadelphia, 4; New York and
St. Louis. 2; Brooklyn. 1.
Fisher. K Pittabtira, Boston. Brook'
lyn and Philadelphia. 1,
Eller. Chicago and St. I.oula. 8;
Brooklyn. 1.
Cu.io, 4 ri'.taburg. New Tork and St.
Louis. 1.
Buether. 4 Pittsburg, J: New York. U.
Allan. 3 SI. Louis. 2: Pittsburg, 1.
e.llee, 2 PIMsbitrg and St. Louis. 1.
Rehg. 1 Chicago.
These are the men who have driven
in the deciding runs in forty-two of the
Red' victories :
Rouah. I Brooklyn and Pittsburg, 8:
Boston and Philadelphia, 1.
Daubert, 4 Chlcsge, !. New Tork, Phlla
d.lphla and St. Louis, 1.
Groh. I Boston, :, New York. Plttahurg
and St. I,ou!s. 1.
Barlden. I It, Lo is, 2; Brooklyn, Chi.
cagn and Philadelphia, 1.
Neale. 6 Bos'.on. Brooklyn, New York,
Philadelphia and St Louts. 1.
Mage., a-.riusDurg ana at, unnvaj ;
Chicago. 1
Wlngo. 4 Boaton, Brooklyn, Chicago and
Plttaburg. 1.
Bua'h.r. 1 Pittsburg.
Bmlth. 1 New Tork.
Bressler, 1 St. Louis
Kepf. 1 Pittsburg.
Tut ro. St. L. .
Cruise. Hoe.
Packard Phil,
I Malone. Bklyu
i Mane'. I 'in
Sallce, lin .
Hamilton, Pitts.
.Sebf. Boa
O onales, N, V.
Bressler. Cln. . .
ScbulU. St. L.. .
Pearce. Pbll
Caton. Pitta . . .
MollwIU. lilts .
Paakert. Chi .
Adams. Pitta .
Grimea, HkJyn- .
Snyder. N Y . .
Jacobs. St. L. . .
Rudolph Hoe.
Yragofc.er, Phil. ,
May. St. L ....
Pfeffer. Bklyn
Beutuu, N . Y. . .
Smith, Bklyn
Si huavndt. Bkln
Hickman. Bklu
Duhuc, N. V.. .
Luque, Cin
.29 33
4U 184
20
20
1
4 7
12 34
6 fl
4 8
7 81
4 4
2 7
1 7
5 HI
10 14
107 13 21
72 4 14
84 31ti 33 42
34 04 13 18
.42 126 9 24
.60 20u 16 88
.266 .
.264 -.262
.262 i
.262
.262
.280
.358
.258
.256
.263
.263
.252
.263
250
.250
350
.880
.247
.246 -.246
.241 -.241
-.240
-.240
-.240
.240 -.338
230
.235
.2.14
.234
.234
.233
.231
.230
.230
.228
.226
.224
.222
.220
220
.218
.219
.217
.215
.214
214
AMERICAN LEAG15 BATTING.
Week
Oaln
O. AB. B. H. SB. PC Lose
15 18 3 7 1) .
.19 11 1 4 0
76 284 43 100 7
60 237 43 82 13
74 273 43
64 177 36
.68 246 52
73 281 61
81 19
13 2
Plsicr. Club.
Murrhy.Ch). .
Phillips. Clev.,
Jackson. Chi.- .
Cobb. Ilet
1 each. Oct. . .
Flsgstead. Tie.
Pot kinp'h.N.Y
Slsler. St.L. .
McMullm, Chi.. 32
Jamleson. Ciev.-3u
Ruth. Hoe
Rice. W ssh. . .
K.Colllus, Chi.
Both. Bos
Williams. St. L
Heilnian. Dec.
Tobln. St. L. . .
Gandll, Cbl . . .
Johnson, tiev .
Milan. Wash . .
67 :10 61
77 307 43
76 279 46
64 308 34
29 lul 13
75 276 37
75 290 35
71 268 83
75 354 30
49 177 27
O'Nell. Clev 70 218 38
Chapman.Ciov.,64 108 38
Ohnnily.WaBh. .66 204 35
Gedeon. St I... 65 233 33
Weaver. Chi 76 305 40
Smith. Clev ... 62 223 31
Menoskey.WaidiM 17.8 35
Burns. Phil 70 2(15 81
Bodle.N. Y . . . .75 2(19 27
BronkJo. St.L. .40 138 15
Gardner, Clev. .77 201 30
Agnow, Waah. . .22 45 5
Lewi., N.Y. ... 75 202 38
Fewster, N.Y. .25 40 8
Bagby.Clev 20 40 3
Kinney, Phil . .34 42 4
Cunningham. Dtls 14 3
Shorten, Det . 4 7 123 15
Walker. Pbll 68 240 88
Wamlwg., Clev.77 104 14
Sehang, Bo. 63 170 17
Scott, Boe 74 270 23
LeibokLChl. ...67 237 42
Shannon, Ho... .57 220 23
Dowd. Phil 11 11 3
Judge W safa .73 270 44
Jacobaon. St. L.r.o 204 20
Foster. Wash . 70 318 43
Baker. N. Y. . . 75 289 35
Mctnnis. Bos.. 66 244 18
Schalk.Cbl 74 219 34
Murphy. Wash 42 130 5
Sjicaker. Cloy .. .73 20 39
.'H
.332
.348
.346
.345
.343
.342
.838
. 333
:2'.
.80
J
J
05 S
Kt 3
84 8
96 10
37 6
4 0
73 3
98 13 .319
89 15 .319
66 11
33 3
87 6
PI 6
61 11
78 22
64 It
3
.4
.in
,i
.31
.1
85
50 0
60 3
68 3
80 12
65 11
62 8
Pratt. N. Y
Dugan. Phil.,
Lamar, Bos . .
Oulnn, N. Y. .
Felsch . Chi.
Aluamlth. Der.
4 285 31
73 277 IS
3V 06 13
31 64 3
73 271 36
54 166 22
17
78
40
84
18
84
14
14
12
4
33
68
S3
48 10 .362
75 4 .278
66 II .278
60 4 .373
3 3 .37.1
70 13 .272
66 8 .271
88 11
78 ID
68 4
69 7
35 3
71 11
70 10
817
.317
.313
.314
.814
.307
.805
.208
.298
.294
.303
.203
.293
.202
.301
.290
.200
.2R9
.280 .
.288
. 286
.286 .33
.286 .11
.360
.385 ,18
.28.1 .3
.282 ,8
.3
.8
.4
.40
.8
.7
31
3
.11
.1
23
!270 ' .A
.270
.270
Nunam'k'r.Cievlu 57 4
Auatln. St. L. . .67 205 25
Plclnlch, Wash. .45 126 10
26 2
14 O
60 14
44 4
Witt. Phil
Yiek. N. Y
Smith. St. L. . .
Huel. N. Y. . .
Hannah. N. Y
Derber. St. I..
Gllhooly. Bos
( 'alner. Bot, . . .
Buah. Det
Plpp. N. V. . . .
Strunk. Phil.. .
Barry. Phil.. . .
Faber. Chi . .
Graney, Clev. .
Sloan. St. L. . .
Stanage. Det . .
Burrus. Phil . .
Perkins. Phil
3 297 88
.89 274 41
.40 131 10
,87 105 fl
4(1 146 8
75 243 25
.30 73 12
27 81 1
64 247 84
75 280 83
.72 275
.31 107
.17 37
66 240
37 63
28 87
.14 29
.61 154
Mi I
213 .63
.213
207
.207
-307
86
13
A
37
0
6
3
I &
Thompson. Phil. 23 38 0
Vftt, Bo. 69 224 27
Severeld. St. L..37 184 9
O'Doul. N. Y. IS 13 3
Mogrldgo. N. Y',18 13 I
F.lllson. Det 44 121 18
Hooper. Bi.. . .73 263 31
Shauks. Wash. 78 2; rt 16
Csldwell. Bus. 27 III 4
Jone. Det 66 215 10
Wood. I lev . . .47 1 33 in
Rogers. Phil . 20 41 3
Shaw. 'il). . .2 1 60 7
Demmltt. st. L 40 n.i 10
Young. Det ...60 120 33
Rlsberg. Chi. . 37 194 23
CoveleNkie.Clev.23 48 3
Nsylor. Phil is 29 1
J. Collins. I hi .30 78 6
Grover. Wash . '5 127 14
Mayer. St. I 25 54 O
,i I M' Brlde. W ash IS 4(1 3
13
62
83
73
69
88
26
36
60
18
20
Al
71
87
26
si
it
31
7
37
0
83
38
3
8
2H
611 13
63 8
9 1
48 8
29 2
9 2
13 O
JO 3
45 7
41 13
10 o
6 0
18 1
26 2
J j Lewder- JtX hi in i
70
1
lb 48
18 43
50 154
17 45
Maniaux, Bklyn. 16
inutn, . Y . . .
McCabe. Chi . .
Doak. St. L . . .
Cause, N. Y . .
Ulllnglm. Bos. .
hlug. STY
Douglas. Chi .
Ring, Cln
Meadows, Phil.
laylore. Hklyn.
Martin. Chi
Pwritt
N. Y .
61
41
23
68
86
24
65
25
33
20
28
14
16
34
36
18
18
47
19
If
80
II
0
8
28
8
0
7
4
1(1
6
4
1 l
4
ft
3
4
2
2
0
4
3
3
. 18
2i
803
800
210
200
300
197
, 1 08
104
194
101
.'90
100
INS
188
. 1S2
178
176
175
174
1 72
167
167
163
.180
156 U
150
143
143 11
133
. 118
1 l 1
Thomas. Phil
1 1) er, lot 2n
I.unte. Clev . 23
Kopp Phil 45
Soihoron, St. I...21
Johnson, Phil, is
Shaw kiy. N . Y
O
I 263 24
65 7
70 1
126 17
6.3
13
14
.269
.260
.264
.264
260
.260
.269
.365
.355
.255
.254
.254
.253
.252
.262
.248
.247
.247
.247
.247
.247
.246
.244
.24 3
.243
.242
.342
.241
.241
.240
.237
.237
.232
.231
.231
.228
.228
.228
.225
223
.230
.220
.217
. 2 1 8
.214
.211
208
.207
.205
. 205
.204
. 2 Oil
. :-i " i
L'Oll
.18
4
.26
.4
'.
.8
.4
.4
.16
' 1
.3
.8
.
.19
37
.6
.1
.7
:io
.8
3
.3
.8
19
.8
.9
.9
.44
4
10
."is
.1
.12
0
4
.10
21
.in
.3
14
.11
9 1 Leonard . Wash .
21
111
.108
. 108
. 105
103
.18
0 0 0 . 000
NATIONAL LEAGl'E LVB BATTING.
Week
Gaiu
Club. G. AB. B H. SB. PC Loaa.
Ne York - .70 2363 331 654 74 . 277
Brooklvn 74 2667 2S9 604 61 270 .1
Cincinnati 7 6 2414 3 1 8 64 6 82 . 26 7 .a
SI Louis . . 74 2404 357 634 71 .239 .4
Bieioli. . .70 2371 230 606 75 .258 .3
Philadelphia 69 3385 2SI 606 67 264 .1
Pittsburg. . 74 2370 262 607 112 352 .3
Chicago ... 70 2401 258 619 60 .249 .1
PITCHER' AVERAGE
..in
Pitcher and Club.
Carter. Chicago
Reulher. Cincinnati
Dubuo. New York.
Mitchell. Brooklyn
Sailoe. I ini-lnnatl
Barnes. New York..
Causey, New York
Bailey. Chicago
Adams. Plttahurg
Eller. Cincinnati
l.iKiue. Cincinnati .
Benton, New York
( adore, lirooklyn . .
Tune) , New Y'ork ,
Mayer, Pittsburg
Douglas. ( itlcago .
I ;oodsin . St Iiuis
Fiaher. Cttidnnatl. . .
Yaughu, Chicago. . .
( 'oooer. lii'lMirg . .
nejter, iirooaiyn
Rudolph, Boaton
Grime. Brooklyn . .
Alc&ander. Chicago. . .
Tuero St Lntik)..
Mamaui. Brooklyu .
'arisen. Pittsburg. ..
Maruuanl. Brooklyn .
King. Cincinnati
Scott , Boston
Tyler. hicago
Doak. St. Louis
Neiif. Host on. .
llendrli. ( hlcego
Packard. Philadelphia.
Woodward Pa Si L, .
Hamilton Plttahurg
Damaree. Boston
Miller Pittsburg
Martin. I hlcago
Keating. Boaton ...
Jacob t'blla . Si. L
Mesdoe. Si. 1... Pull
Sherdell. St. Louis. .,
Ames, 6t . lemtls
Ragan, New York. . . .
May. St. Louis
Srhupp. Bl. Louis. . .
Mcgulllaji. Boston...
W.
3
10
. 6
. 4
10
.13
. a
3
10
.13
. 7
10
. 8
. 6
. 6
. 0
. 6
. 7
. 13
. 9
. e
. 8
. 6
. . 6
. 6
. 4
. 3
. 3
. 3
. 3
. 3
. 7
6
4
it'
At 'as
4
7
8
13
10
ft
4
I
6
8
8
PC
1 00()
831
83 1
800
761
.760
.730
.760
714
706
Johnson Wash
McNally. Bos . . 10
Morton . dev.. . 19
Clcotte. Chi .33
Well man. St. L..16
Hariier, Waab . .21
Russell. N. V. 18
Wslf ers. Bos . . 20
Williams, ( hi. 23
Khmke. Dei . 19
.tanvrtM, 15 ssh
Thori.i len. N.Y. 1 7
Lelhold. Pbll. .1.1
Hillings. St I
McAvojL Pbll
51 ay s . Ike.
Snore, ft. Y ,
Kallia. St. L
Kerr, Cbl
Poiimx'k, Bo.
Shocker, St. 1
Jones. Hot .
Perry, Phil .
Shean. Hos. .
I raft. Waah.
Dauss, Det .
Boland. Der
VI li kland, .V.
booli. St.L.
41
36
67
79
21
43
63
37
48
33
52
68
88
1 1
11
16
4
13
12
:; ii ,i 7 n
I. ,88 !"l tt 6 o
. 23 58 :i 8 i)
.13 2D 1 H 0
...19 47 3 7 1
.11 27 3 4 1
.16 36 3 5 O
.. . 17 85 1 ft 0
.18 88 3 AO
.20 46 2 6 II
.39 100 4 1
...15 Id 1 2 0
...17 45 4 A 0
...17 40 1 4 0
Y 18 51 0 2 II
. .20 13 O 0 0
200
?oo
. 108
. 105
. 104
.103
.101
.ion
.100
.100
. 100
.180
. 174
.174
. 173
.173
.173
.170
.167
.167
.167
. 1 52
.161
.150
. 140
.148
.141
.143
. 132
. 1.10
. 180
I
8'
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11
.10
.80
.26
.13
.H
.0
Pi
.21
14
.18
!4T
.47
.8
til .17
100 .1
059 60
U .1)00
4 LIB BAT TIN G.
Clubs.
Chlc.no .
'lei eland . .
Det rolt
St lyOUUI. . . .
New York
Washington
Boaton , ,
Philadelphia
G. .B R II SB
76 2471 847 688 08
77 2626 80s 688 73
73 2425 313 650 65
75 2444 2; 9 64 7 60
7 ', 2--I0 204 665 87
70 27 78 .'lOO 680 8-1
74 2387 276 600 53
73 2406 252 609 61
Week
Oaln
PC Los.
.278 .1
.272 3
.267 .3
.205 a
262 .4
254 .0
.248 .4
244 .2
PITC HERS' RECORDS.
700
667
.887
867
626
600
60O
63
571
863
.620
.600
.60O
.600
,100
.600
. 6()
. .'18)
SOO
son
. 600
.467
462
.462
444
420
421
.4 19
.417
41 "1
36 I
.333
,883
833
.333
333
266
.350
250
ritcher and Club.
Nelson, New York..
, l.. . t 'hl.u.
! Soihoron. St , lxmls. .
W illlama. Chicago
Coi eleakie. clev stand
I Qutlin, New Y ork
Love, i leti olt
Dans;. Ditroit. . .
Shsw. 35 ashlngion
Shawkey. New York.
Bagb . i I, -it-land
Jobns'-n. II ashlngion
Wellrnan It l.oul .
Khnike. Detroit
riiuiAni' I let eland
Jaaper. Clcvelsnd
Pbll I Ins Cleveland
Thonualilen, New York
Shocker St. l -.uls . .
Kerr. Chicago
Gallia. St Lout
Ruth, Bt-ston
Caldwell Boston. . . .
1 alter I hl-'ago
I Roland. Detroit
i'eunis-K. Huston. ...
Koob. St . Louis
Nht-re New York
Morton , Cleveland . .
Jamea. Biaiton
Jones. Btait-in ...
Ericsson. Washlt gton
Russell. New York.
2 l.oonar-l . Detroit . . .
Liw.li.rnillk. Chicago.
se t, id, Phils. iiluhta
J'ltioson. Philadelphia
I I'hle. Cleveland
2 Kinney. Philadelphia
8
Mays. Bosion
Harper. Washington.
M yer, Clvvelsnd
Snellen bk. Chicago
Rogers Philadelphia..
Perri . Philadelphia
Mogrtdf Sew Vork.
psvenpon st I oulv.
Najlor. Philadelphia..
Craft, Walhlngton
Thonipeon W . Phil.
Dumont. Boaton
Aius. Wash.. Det. . .
W. L. pr. w. I,.
3 0 1 0O0 3 . .
17 810 ft
11 4 . 783 8
1ft 6 714 4
12 .-. .711". 3
11 .". .684 1
4 2 .867 J
10 6 687 I
13 7 6.50 2
13 7 850 , 3
11 6 647 . 1
13 S All) 6
8 6 61 V 6
ii 7 flu a
3 2 .fl'IO 1
3 2 6 3
3 2 60O I
: 7 6 ,888 , . 4
8 0 ..-,79 .
4 3 57 ., i
9 7 661 I
8 4 556 . 2
5 4 65 1
8 7 .633 .. 1
8 8 600 I
A 6 .SOO , j
3 2 6O0 1
3 2 .son . l
7 8 467
4 S .444 .. a
7 0 . 438 2
3 4 430 8
3 4 .429 9
7 .417 1 .
3 3 .400 . . 3
3 3 40O a
S 8 .36
3 5 376 . 3
4 7 364 . . 8
6 II fO 3
4 1 1 267 4
1 I 350 l
1 3 3 SO , it
3 10 a.31 1
3 1" 1" . . 1
1 .' 1 67 t
I 8 111 7
1 II O0
0 3 no,) s,
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