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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 01, 1912, Image 19

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' Ty Coob, With the aid of eight
other Tigers, stopped the vicfor
iqul; rush of the White Sox yes
tefdayj Colih scoring thfe .Whining
run in the tenth 1' some daring
base running ;aiid a error by
'.TahnehilL '-' ' ' ,
Both Chicago teams losr- the
Sbr 4 to .3, white the Gubp were
defeateb! by C&dinhatif 7!toi 5. :
efty Mogfcjdge, who s'tatfed
hi. first game 'in thebox for "the
Spx, was not responsible for the
ldss of the gamei The younger
neld the Detroit daggers' to 2
Hjls in seven innings, when Jie
was derrcked to make room for
a pinch hitter. Then Lange took
up the burden, to.be succeeded by
Walsh? thejast-two hurlers'being
-hit hard. Mogridge looke niighty
sweet while.dn ihp mound.
Pvercui the West. Side another
youngster debutted, Lavender
going in for the Cubsv For seven
innings hevwas masitfcr of: the
RedSj but in the eighth witfi two
qutHeinie immerinan mussed
up a chance to retire the side run
less, after wljich five runs were
chased over, and the game was
gone. Brown jelieved Lavender,
and was. iumped' for two tallies.
Lavender and Cheney look like
two good bets, and Chance is for
tunate inann.exiagthem at a time
when his pitching staff needs
strengthening. sV
Hal'Chase, peerlessfirst fsacker, j
is the latest Highlander to suc
cumb to sickness. There is not a
regular playing on the New York
American jnfiekl -at the-, present
time. ' --"
- .
'According .todvjcesfrom San
Fraricisco.ManageHLohg of that
teaoi has been promised a pitcher
by President Cbfhiskey of the
Sox, Rumorhas'IHhat "Flame".
Delhi' is the'manto )e sen.t out
to the'Goldeh'Gate.- Delhi should
feel at home there;, as he played
with Los AngeTelTlast year. So
far, Delhi has taken part in but a
portion of onegaW'in thebig
show, bdngjienl in whenNRuhe
Peters wa$ 'Bumped by Detroit
heer. Delhi? in turn, was knock
ed, out of the box. The youngster
didn't ldok !ike'a"oig leaguer, but
shdws signs of developing. Tlie
best plice for him to do that ism
some minor league, where he will
hive plenty of work, for as "the
Sox pitchers are no wtraveling"
there is little chance for him. to
break in.
With Walsh, Lange, Scott,
White, Mogridge, Benz .and
PeteTrs as his pitching staff, Cal
lahan is well fixed. Also, Delhi
is a young ball player, and has
plenty of time to make the big
leagues. It is, only two years
since he was pitching in .a. bank
league in California, and the jump
to the majors was too sfcdden.
One thing, is. sure, if Delhi is sent
back to the hash, he will return
to the big league. ,He has bs
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