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American League Chicago,
12-9, Detroit 0-11 (second game
six innings) ; St. Louis 6-1, Cleve
National League Pittsburgh
7, Chicago 4; Cincinnati 7, St.
Lew Richie was easyTfor Pir
ates Sunday when hits meant
Wagner decided the game in
the .fifth with a four-baser while
two men were on.
Zimmerman duplicated Wag
ner's "blow in the eigth with Tin
ker on first. Dutchman also past
ed a couple of singles.
Leach and Saier each poled a
pair of safeties. Saier is batting
better than at any time since he
joined Cubs. I
Carey, in left for Pittsburgh,
combed Richie for a double and
Babe Adams, world's series
hero, was chased in the fourth,
Hendrix taking his place.
Many balls were busted during
the afternoon by the Sox and
. Tigers. Fifty hits were rung up
in the two games.
Ed Walsh was king in the first
game, choking Detroit with six
hits' while his mates -were making
17 off Covington and Works.
Cap Lord bingled four times
out of five in first massacre.
Bodie stung three htis, Walsh
duplicated and Weaver was good
Sox failed to hit in only one
inning of first game.
sDelehanty and Cobb were only
Tigers to find Walsh effectively,
each whanging two singles.
In the second game both teams
pasted the pill, Sox amassing 10
safeties to Detroit's 17.
Jack Collins was high man for
Chicagoans, smearing single,
double and triple.
Mogridge, Jordan and Benz ap
peared in the pitchers' box for
Cal. It wouldn't be right to say
they pitched. Jordan was the best.
Sam Crawford and Edgar Wil
lett did the artillery work for Jen
nings. Sam hit safely every one of the
four times he faced Cal's assort
ment of pitchers. t -
Willett pitched messy game,
but was kept in because. of his hit
ting. Twice he boosted the -ball
over the fence for homers and sin
gled once.He scored twiceand
drove' in three runs. ,
Chick Mattick is beginning to
hit. Out of seven times up in the
afternoon he got three safeties.
Second game was stopped in
the sixth to let the Sox catch a
train. Score might have been a
.million if farce had continued.
Browns and Naps split double
header. Derrill Pratt, Stovall's sensa
tional youngster, played short.
Besides fielding swell game, he
connected for a triple and single
in first game. This recruit seems
to be at home in any position. Fie
has played most of them with the
Second game, was a joke, main
ly because of the batting of Joe
Jackson. He pulled up on Speak
er for the batting championship