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Standing of the Clubs.
National League. W. L. Pet.
New York.. 80 33 .708
Chicago 75 38 .664
Pittsburgh-.."".- 67 47 .588
Philadelphia ..'54 57 .486
Cincinnati -.53 62 .461
St. Louis V v 5,0 64 .439 J
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Boston ...... ..v.. 32 -80v .285
American Leagued W L, Pet.
Boston .... '...'... 81 36 .692
Washington .V .-. . ' 74-, 45 .622
Philadelphia .. .:. .69.--46 .600
Chicago -'. ::..'. 59 57 .509
Detroit ... '.56 65 .463
Cleveland .52 65. .444
New York. .'40 75 .348
St. Louis 37 79 '.319
f Yesterday's Results.
National League New York
2-3, Pittsburgh 1-2 (first game
American League Chicago 4,
!New York 2; Washington 8-6,
Detroit 1-4; Boston 5, Cleveland
1; St. Louis at Philadelphia, rain.
Eddie Cicotte is becoming the
most dependable pitcher on Sox
In his last three starts Cicotte
has bested Washington-, the Ath
letics and Yanks in turn. But
' three ruiis have been scored on
him in the three games.
Ping Bodie came to life yester
day at bat with three hits, but
they did not figure in the scoring.
In ninth he loafed on Hartzell's
fly and the Yanks cashed two
Jack Collins' two singles were
big factors in Sox score.
Mattick, Lord and Cicotte got
the other three of Sox eight hits.
Fisher was fairly gopd, but his
usual jinx pursued him4 He is
like Cicotte was with Boston. No
matter how well he. pitches he
Roy Hartzell got two of the
Chance's crew are sore because
they were . idle yesterday while
Giants were coppihgf two from
But McGraw worked 'hard for
both ganies. Prate&never put up
a Jighter "battle in tjfeir lives.
Robinson choked the Giants in
the first game until the ninth in
ning. Then triples by Fletcher
and Herzog tangled the score. In
the next frame they copped.
In the second the Giants were
away in the lead and stuck there.
Tesreau outpitched O'Toole.
King Cole was a rescuer in
both games, but damage was
done before the Kink got to work.
Giants were the better team in
both contests and deserved to
Same old result in the Boston
Cleveland game. Tris Speaker
busted a hit in the' second that
scored three runs and the stuff
Steen, who started for Naps,
was hoisted, and Baskette al
lowed Red Sox but two hits the.
rest of the game.
Bedient was hit for as many
hits as Red Sox grabbed, but he
kept them separated.
Walter Johnson made It six-
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