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Detroit Mich Juno 9 9After After three days daysof daysof daysof
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penttip base hits out of their system systemthis 5 systemthis stem stemthis
this afternoon and walloped waIl oped Detroit In Ingrand Ingrand Ingrand
grand style Incidentally they broke the theTigers thoTIg theTigers
Tigers TIg r8 winning streak of 11 straight straightWashington stralgbtVashington stralgtitWashington
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Principal honqrs hon rs went to Walter John Johnson JohnI John5an ¬
son I 5an n who pltcheU ltCh itchtI d a steady game and andbut andbut andbut
but for an error by Milan would have havescored ha6s havesnored
scored s a shutout Besides baffling the theDetroit theetrolt theDetroit
Detroit etrolt batsmen Johnson made the long longcat longest longeat
cat homo run hit ever made on the local localpark localpark localpark
park It was vas a terrific smash that sailed sailedon sailedon sailedon
on a line 30 feet over Cobbs head and andstruck andtruck andstruck
struck tho center field corner on the sec second 13Cond seeond ¬
ond bounce Cobb had no more than thancaught thancaught thancaught
caught up with the ball when Johnson Johnsoncrossed Johnsoncrossed Johnsoncrossed
crossed the plate and dogtrotted in from fromthird tromthkd fromthird
Johnsons pitching was a beautiful ex exhibition oxhlbitlon exhibition ¬
hibition of speed and control Eight Ti Tigers TIgels Tigers ¬
gers struck out out and but six hits were weremade werema8 weremaJo
made ma8 In the last eleven games Detrok Detrokhas Detrokbas Detroithas
has averaged 12 hits per contest so John Johnsons Johnjons JohnLOUS ¬
sons feat was all the more praiseworthy praiseworthyIn
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the thaW last four Innings Detroit sent one oneball oneball oneball
ball to the outfield outfieldNationals outfieldliatfonob outileldntionnla
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mowing down tho Tigers they the were doing doingfiome doingoorne doingsome
some great gr9 t execution in the way of bat batting battlng batting ¬
ting Milan had two hits and Coriroy Coriroytwo ContO ContOtwo Cor oy oytwo
two Including a double while McBride McBridelifted McBrideUtted McBridelifted
lifted a fly high into tho left field bleach bleachers bleachers bleachers ¬
ers Conroys Conro s double would have cleared clearedthe clearedth clearedthe
the th low fence in front of the seats but butlor butfor butfor
for a stab by b McIntyre that knocked the theball theball theball
ball beck into the playing field HeldWashington fieldWashington fieldWashington
Washington started the game in a busi business buslIteSS business ¬
ness like way wa Milan singled to center centerand conternnd centerand
and Lollvelt beat a bunt along third thirdbase thirdbase thirdbase
base line Goselor sacrificed and Milan Milanscored MilansQored Milansnored
scored while Unglaub rolled out QUt Bush to toTom torom toTom
Tom Jones JonesIn JonesIn JonesIn
In the third Inning Milan doubled to toright toright toright
right advanced on Lelivelts out and andccored andloored andacored
ccored on Gcaalera fly to Crawford CrawfordDetroit CrawfordDetroit CrawfordDctrolt
Detroit Scores Ono Run RunDetroit RunDetroit lInnDetroit
Detroit made Its lonely run during the thefifth thefifth thefifth
fifth on a punky roller along third base baseby baseby baseby
by Schmidt and nd Donovans single to tocenter tocentor tocenter
center followed by Mclntyres fly to Gess Gessler Gcaaler Cossicr
ler Milan Inserted an erVor in this thischapter thischapter thischapter
chapter by Juggling the hit from Dono Donovan Donovan Donovan ¬
van just long enough to permit Schmidt Schmidtto
to reach third thirdIn thirdIn thirdIn
In the sixth th Unglaub singled and andecored andBQored andscored
scored with MoBride on his home run runiln runi runIn
iln i In the seventh Milan walked with two twoI twod twod9wn
I down d lwn and Lellvelt singled flln led to center field fieldi fieldCobb
i Cobb threw to first to catch Lellvelt after afterhe atterho afterhe
he turned the bag but the throw was waswild wasi wasivild
i wild and Milan counted In the ninth ninthStreet ninthI
I Street singled and tallied with vith Johnson Johnsonafter Johnsonatt Johnsonafter
after att r the long homer homerTho homorTho homerma
Tho Score ScoreDetroit ScoreDetroit ScoreDetroit
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Totals 84 S 7 11 27 27Detroit 2 12 12D6trolt 7 2 2Etrolt
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Washington 1 010021027 010021027Hits 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 27 27HitsOft 27HitsOff
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off Willett 2 In one inning Twobase Twobasehits TwobagehitsMoriarity TwobaseltitsMoriarity
hits hitsMoriarity Moriarlty Conroy Home runs runslIc runslIcBrid runsMeBride Mc McBride ¬
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base basMcIntyr Mclntyre Bases on balls ballsOff Off John Johneon Johnson Johneon
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on bases basesWashington Washington 6 Detroit D trolt 5 5Struck 5Struck 5Struck
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6 Double ploy playMUan Milan to McBride Passed Passedball POJIsedballSchmidt PassedballSchznidt
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plres plres pireeMessrs Messrs Perrine and OLoughlln OLoughllnTime OLoughllnTJme OLoughllnTime
Time of game gamel 1 hour and 40 minutes minutesAttendance minutettendance4861 minutesAttendance4S51
Attendance ttendance4861 Attendance4S51NOTES ttendance4861NOTES 4851 4851NOTES
Manager McAleer viewed the contest contestjfrom contcJttrom contestfrom
from the grand stand having been sus suspended truSpon misonded ¬
pended pon onded ed by President Ban Johnson after afterthe atterthe afterthe
the battlo with Davy Da Jones McAleer Is laconfident Isconfident isconfident
confident of being restored to good graces graceswhen graceswhen graceswhen
when he sees Johnson in Chicago to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow McAleers face aca Is swollen from fromtho fromtho fromthe
tho effect of tho scratches Jones In InAlways InAlways InAlways
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fllcted Jones has been laid off indefi iniSeflnitely indefinitely Indefinitely
nitely nitelyMilan nitely1I1Ian nitelyMilan
Milan showed today todo what he can do In Inthe Inthe inthe
the way of baserunning and fielding In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the third ho sent a grounder straight to toSam toSam toSam
Sam Crawford and turned a single Into Intoa
a double by sprinting for second when whenCrawford whonCrawford whenCrawford
Crawford did not return the ball ballpromptly ballpromptly ballpromptly
promptly to the th Infield In tho seventh he hescored hescored hescored
scored from second on a ball that rolled rolledbehind rolledbohlnd rolledbehind
behind Tom Jones only a little littI way His Hisgreatest Hisgreatest Hisgreatest
greatest performance was a catch of ofCrawfords o oCrawfords ofCrawfords
Crawfords liner In the first Inning that thatkept thatkept thatkept
kept Detroit from scoring Had he failed failedthe tailedtho failedthe
the whole course of otthe the game might have havebeen havobeen havebeen
been changed Milan came In fast on a alow Itlow alow
low line drive saw he could not reach reachthe reaGllthe reachthe
the ball standing up and slid at least leastfifteen leastfifteen leastfifteen
fifteen feet head first and caught the ball balljust balljust balllust
just before it hit the ground It wag Wfl a awonderful awonderful awonderful
wonderful piece of work workConroy workConroy workConroy
Conroy saved a run In the third by byknocking byknoaklng byknocking
knocking down with his hi baro band a avicious nvicious avicious
vicious grounder over third McIntyre Mclntyrowas McIntyrowns McIntyrewas
was coming fast from second and Con Conroy Conroy Conroy ¬
roy touched him out He would have havehad havehad havebad
had no chance for Cobb C bb at first firstMilan firstI1lan flrstMilan
Milan I1lan vent went almost to the Scoreboard In Indeep Inloop indeep
deep < left center for Crawfords smash smashIn smashIin smashIn
Iin In tho fourth When tho ball started It Itlooked itlooked I Ilooked
looked like a Euro BUra homo run runStreet runtreet suntreet
Street treet picked Icked Donovan Do an off third base baseIn b8i6In basein
In the fifth by a quick snap throw to toConroy toConroy toConroy
Conroy Street tret made the play look easy easyJohnsons eniYJol1t13On9 easyJohnsons
Johnsons homo run traveled traveled as far as asa asn asa
a ball can and remain within tho fences fencesIt raneesIt fencesIt
It headed hea ed straight for tho extreme point pointof pointot pointof
of center field fieldGabby fieldGabby fieldcabby
Gabby Street Is Jn a bad way wa and may maybe maybe amybe
be forced out of the game He Hosu1rers Hosu1rersfrom suffers suffersfrom suffersfrom
from rheumatism and did not sleep much muchinat muchInst muchlast
last night The rheumatism caught him himIn himIn himIn
In tho thighs and he has difficulty In Incrouching Inorouchlng inerouching
crouching behind tho bat and running runningToday runningToday runningToday
Today he was hit twice on tho legs and andthree andthree andthree
three times on the fingers of his right righthand righthand righthand
hand by batted balls but stuck to his histask histask histask
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Edgar Wtllett pitched the last Inning Inningfor Inningfor inningfor
for Dtroit and passed one man allowed allowedsingle nllowedft
ft single and a home run runBED nmnED runED
Chicago Wins ins Pitchers Battle from fromBoston fromDoston fromBoston
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Chicago Juno 9 9Chicngo Chicago again de defeated defeated dofeated ¬
feated the Red Sox this afternoon 3 to
0 making threo victories out of a four fourgamo tourgame fourgame
game series Young allowed but two twohits twohits twohits
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since the American Lago League started hasround hasfound has hasfound
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and if the plohers pitchers bhae behave they wi willsurely will willsurely
surely do so Tho Wie White Sx So Sox ha have failedto failed failedto
to make muc much of an Impression Impelon thus farthis farthis far farthie
this seasn season an and u1 all te the export exports ag agreethat agree agreethat
that It I wi will take te more than ta one sanon sanonfor seasonfor season seasonfor
for tem them tc to show the sme same olbr caliber as thoother theother tho thoother
other clubs in the Bc Ban Johnson clrultGenany eiruitGermany circuit circuitGermany
Genany Germany Schafe Schaefer wl Trill be In chat charge oftho ofthe of oftho
tho Natonals Nationals unt until Jim Mcleers McAleors supen supension suspensian suspen suspension ¬
sion has boon be on lifted
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to note that the Teuton has proved on onBECHTS onHEGHrS onBEGETS I
D N Watford Waor Sporting Sporg Goods Good Store StorePuts StorePut StorePuts
Puts Put Team in Field FieldCommercial Feld FeldCommcrclal FieldCommercial
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store stor of the R R P Andrews Paper Com Company Compan Company ¬
pany pan and all al of the team tem managers maages were wereproflont wereprOot werepresent
present prOot The Te gathering gthering was wa called caled to toconsider tooonske toconsider
consider oonske what action was to bo taken In Inregard Inregard inregard
regard to the franchise of the Hecht Hechtte Hechtm Hechtteam
te team m which hag ha been be n forfeiting gomes gomeslately gamcstatol ganieslately
lately tatol and thereby breaking a a rule of ofthe atthe ofthe
the organization When tho Hecht team teamentered toomentered teamentered
entered the league it was with the under understanding understanding understanding ¬
standing that the club had the support supportpf support9t supportpf
pf the th firm but AS the season progressed progressedand prosr progressedand s d dand
and the clerks failed to obtain permis permission permission pormissian ¬
sion to leave the store in time to play playthey pla plathey playthey
they had to forfeit most of their games gamesThe samesTho gamesThe
The Hecht team was well fortified In Inregard Inregard Inregard
regard to playing material and bad they theybeen theybeen theybeen
been able to get to the field in time they theywould theywould theywould
would no doubt have won a large ma majority majority majority ¬
jority of their games gam As it wa was < 3 how howover however howover
over the league could not tolerate the theforfeit theforfeit theforfeit
forfeit games and at the meeting last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night the D N Walford Sporting Goods Goodsteam Goodsteam Goodsteam
team was awarded the franchiso for formerly formerlr formerly ¬
merly held by tho Hecht nine nineThe nineTho nineThe
The Commercial League is a revival of ofthe otthe ofthe
the old organization of two seasons ago agoand agoand agoand
and has prospered beyond the best ex expectations expectations oxpectations ¬
pectations of its fondest admirers The Thethree Thethree Thethree
three games which the Brentano team teamhad teamhad teamhad
had scheduled with Hecht and which whichstrange whichstrange whichstrange
strange to say were called off on ac account account account ¬
count of raIn were awarded to the Bren Brentanos BrentMOS Brentanos
tanos so that that club might profit with withthe withtho withthe
the other teams by Heohts nonappear nonappearj nonappearance nonappearonce
j ance anceWith
With five evenly balanced teams the theCommercial theCommarclal theCommercial
Commercial League bids fair to become becomethe becomethe becomethe
the leading l ading amateur baseball organiza organization organization organizatiors ¬
tion of the District In point of Interest Interestand Interestand Interestand
and enthusiasm this league la already far faradvanced taradanced faradvanced
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Boilermaker Declares lIe la in Bet Better DetI DetItcr Bettes ¬
ter Snnjio Than Ever E er Before BeforeRowardenan BeforeBowardenan
Rowardenan Cal June 9 9Jeff Jeff said saidlast saidlast saidlast I
last night nl ht to a close personal friend that thatho thatho thatho
ho was In better bott shape for the battle than thanhe thanhe I Ibe
he had ever been before He weighs weighsabout weighsabout i iabout
about 235 pounds and is as hard as nails nailsHis na1ls1 na1ls1His nailsIlls
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of boxing and road work He also alsoJoined alsojoined alsojoined I
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other occasions that ho Is a capable capableleader capableleader
leader and perhaps with McAleer away awayfrom awaytrom awayfrom
from tho coaching lines the boys bo s will willwin willwIn willwin
win more games Who knows but what whatManager whatMD11Dgcr whatManager
Manager Jim has been the hoodoo dur during durIng durIng ¬
ing this Western trip tripWere tripWero tripWere
Were back In the 400 400 class again Our Ourold OUIold Ourold
old friend Tommy Rice cannot put us In Inthe Inthe inthe
the Tradesmens entrance class today at atleast atleast atleast
least leastThe leastI leastTho leastThe
The best news from the West BO far Is 13that Isthnt isthat
that Kid Elborfeld will In all probability probabilityget
I get back into tho game at third today todayHis todayI todayHis
I His absence has been sorely felt and tho thoclub thoIs theclub
club is bound to play better ball with withthe withthe withthe
the Tabasco Kid holding down the third thirdcorner thirdcorner thirdcorner
corner cornerA cornerI cornerA
I A Now York exchange ox ge In speaking of ofthe ofthe
I the work of the St Louis Browns saya sayathe sayathe saysthe
the whole trouble with tho Browna Brownsap Brownsappears Brownnappears ap appears
pears to be a lack of pepper in their theirwork theirwork theirwork
work They evidently go on the lot to tobe tobe tobe
be trimmed and it Is the most natural naturalthing ntftralthing tural turalU
thing U ng in tho world for defeat to crown crownsuch crownsuch crownaICh
such sluggish efforts There Is no vim vimabout 1mabout vimabout
about anything they do The players are arepurely DrOpurely arepurely
purely mechanical at all times timesfiays timesSays timesSays
Says Elmer Bates In tho Cleveland ClevelandLoader ClevelandLoader ClevelandLoader
Loader No player who over wore an anAthletic nnAthletlo anAthletic
Athletic uniform ever hesitated to give giveConnie glvoConnie giveConnie
Connie Mack full and absolute credit creditfor creditfor creditfor
for whatever success tho team attained attainedThere attalnodThere attainedThere
There have been other great managers managersand managersand managersantI
and Connie is the only and original originalold originalold originalold
old fox of the game gameWhen gameVhen gameWhen
When tho Athletics were shot to pieces piecesin piecesIn piecesin
in 1003 by the low of Lajoie Flick Bern Bernhard Bemhar Bernhard
hard har i and other stars It looked to be a ahopeless ahopelOStJ ahopeless
hopeless trailer in the American League Leaguerace Le8gtlerace Leaguerace
race Mack never lost heart heartWo houtWe heartWe
We will simply have to hustle a little littleharder lIttlolardor littleharder
harder ho said to the boys who were wereleft woroleft woreleft
left The boys heard and understood and anddespite anddespite anddespite
despite the low of their great team teammates teammates teamrnatea ¬
mates won the pennant pennantBaseball pennantBnseball pennantBaseball
Baseball men club owners and mana managers manarors meangors ¬
gers say that Connie can pick a a player playerIn playertn playerIn
In the dark that the average scout has
overlooked In broad daylight daylightOno cJayUchtOno daylightOne
Ono day d so the story tory Is told Connie Connieput Connieput Connieput
put on his gum shoes and sneaked into Jntoa j ja
a a small town where a supposed suppos ed phe phenom phenom phenom
nom w playing on an amateur team teamThe teamThe teamThe
The phenom was eating tmgdlnner dinner In the thetown thQtown thetown
town tavern ta vim when hen he wag wa pointed out to toMaok toMaok tOMack
Maok The latter got a s Hat at at a nearby nearbytable noarbytable nearbytable
table and watched the player playerTil playerrll playerrii
Til take him Mid Connie CGlSn as he came cameout camoout cameout
out of the diningroom diningroomBut dlnlngroomBut diningroomBut
But you havent seen n him play yet yetremarked yetremarked yetremarked
remarked the local manager managerI
I dont need to said Mack lI ek I like likethe Ukethe lutethe
the way he handles his knife and fork forkAnd forkAnd forkAnd
And it Is of baseball history hUltor that
this player pla er made good right from from the thestart thestart thestart
Nationals Manager laid Off ff Pend Pending Fending Pending ¬
ing Investigation InvestigationSpecial
Special 5 iscial to The WasWugioa Vsslt1at + ft Hwald HwaldDetroit UenIcIDetroit IletaldDetroit
Detroit Detroit Juno 1 INelthol Neither Davy Jones Jonoathe Jonmlthe Jonesthe
the Tiger left leftfiolder fieWar nor Manager James JamesMoAleerv JamesMcAleeI JamesMoAleer
MoAleerv MoAleer of the Washington club was wasadmitted wasadmitted wasadmitted
admitted to tho Bennett Park diamond diamondtoday diamondtoda1 diamondtaday
today notice having b been n received from fromPresident fromPrcsldont fromPresident
President Johnson that the pugnacious pugnaciousDavid pugnnelousDavid pugnaciousDavid
David had drawn a fine of S1I8 156 and an in indefinite Indefinite indefinite ¬
definite suspension while McAteer is sus suspended suspended suspended ¬
pended pending an official investigation investigationInto InyestlgatlonInto Investigationinto
Into their fisticuff exhibition llblUOn at the close closeof oloseof closeof
of Wednesdays game gameTho gameTho gameTh
Tho Th notification upon Jonas Jon s was looked lookedfor lookedfor lookedfor
for but the suspension suspon lon of McAleer McAleercaused McAleercaused McAleercaused
caused considerable surprise among local localfans 10001fans localfans
fans but it is taken as evidence that the theofficial theofficial theomelal
official report of the affair hinted that thatJames thatJames thatJatne8
James defended himself too vigorously vigorouslyThe vIgorouslyThe vigorouslyThe
The suspension of Jones has caused causedmuch causedmuch causedmuch
much gloom in Tigertown as he was bat batting batting batting ¬
ting in the 300 class and flaying pla lng tho best bestfielding bestfieldfnJ bestfieldIng
fielding game in his career careerVIRGINIA careerVIRGINIA careerVIRGINIA
Dnnvllle 7j 2 Norfolk liorfolkNorfolk 2 2Norfolk 2Norfolk
Norfolk va June 9 DStill Still off edge edgeNorfolk edgoNorfolk edgeNorfolk
Norfolk scrambled the first game of the thoseries thtfseries theseries
series and Danville won 7 to 2 Martin MartinWalsh MartinWalsh MartlnWalsh
Walsh was the first pitcher used by Nor Norfolk Norfolk Norfolk ¬
folk He pitched to five batsmen three threeof threeot threeof
of them he passed and hit one and the theother theother theother
other made a safe hit This with two twoerrors twoI twoorrors
I orrors after Otey commenced pitching pitchinggave pitchingI pitchinggave
gave the Bugs four runs score
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New Haven Conn June 9 9cnpt Capt Fred FredDaly FredDalY FredDaly
Daly of the Yale football team has an announced announced announced ¬
nounced the plans for early fall practice practiceThe pt practiceThe eUca eUcaThe
The men are to report at Lakevlllo on onSeptember onsep onSeptember
September sep mbor 15 and two weeks practice will willbo willbe willbe
be held on the Hotchkiss School field He Heaaked HeJked Heasked
asked Jked the candidates to try to develop developthe developthe developthe
the forward pass during the summer summerCapt summerCapt I
Capt Daly will spend the summer In InCanada InCanada inCanada
Canada and try out tho possibilities of ofthe ofthe I
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and wellplayed game here this after afternoon atternoon afterno ¬
noon noon no n 6 to 5 The batting of Brelsford Brelsfordand Brelsfordand Brelsfordand
and Colley and tho fielding of Ray were weretho werethe werethe
the features of the game Berwyn Ath Athletic Athletic Athletic ¬
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even on the series today by beating the thePhlUloB thePhlUios thePhiUies
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the seventh inning and he put it over overthe overthe overthe
the fence scoring Maddox ahead of him himand him8nd himand
and tying the score Free hitting al allowed allowed allowed ¬
lowed both teams to score two runs each eachia eachin
ia the ninth but Plttsburg made two In Inthe Inthe inthe
the eleventh while the locals could got getbut gotbut gotbut
but one over Score ScoreBoston ScoreDoMM ScoreBeaten
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to grab the game An the ninth inning to today toda today ¬
day da Up to that they were blanked blankedHauser blankedHauser blankedHauser
Hauser and Huggins did some wonderful wonderfulfielding wonderfulftclding wonderfulfielding
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New York June 9 9Th The Reds tripped trippedup trippedup trippedup
up the Brooklyns In a seesaw game to today to today today ¬
day In which six pitchers were used usedRoth usedRoth usedRoth
Roth pinch Inch hitter batted In the winning winningrun winningTun winningrun
run Score ScoreI ScoreC1nefnnntL ScoreCincinnati
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MltakeU if 1 11 1 2 0 0 Hummel 2b 1 2 2 0 0 0tigaa 0Irpn 0in
tigaa in 2b 12210 1 2 2 1 0 Lennox 3b 01020 01020Downey 0 1 0 2 0 0Doner 0Dowaeyss1
Downey Dowaeyss1 ss 10140 1 0 1 4 0 Davidson cf cL0 01301 01301McLean 0 1 3 0 1 1McLean 1McLean
McLean c 02801 0 2 8 0 1 T Smith ss 1 0 4 4 2 2Robinson 2Ro 2Robinson
Robinson Jb 0 0 1 1 0 Bergen c 00230 00230Milter 0 0 2 3 0 0IUkr aIUIer
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Doyle boyle Sb 00000 0 0 0 0 0 Wilhelm p 0 1 0 1 0 0HowaB 0nonn 0Itowan
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Sugss P 0 0010 0 0 1 0 Totals 5 92712 92112TotAls I ITotals 4Totals
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