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 ----------TBF----------   -----GAMES PITCHED-----   -----GAMES STARTED----- 

 

 B.Lemon       CLA   858   L.Brissie     CLA    61   E.Wynn        CLA    27  

 

 B.Feller      CLA   855   E.Kinder      BOA    58   B.Lemon       CLA    27  

 

 E.Wynn        CLA   847   J.Ostrowski   NYA    56   B.Feller      CLA    26  

 

 M.Garcia      CLA   819   H.White       DEA    54   V.Raschi      NYA    26  

 

 N.Garver      SLA   813   C.Scheib      PHA    53   M.Garcia      CLA    25  

 

 E.Lopat       NYA   810   S.Consuegra   WAA    51   E.Lopat       NYA    25  

 

 V.Raschi      NYA   779   J.Coleman     PHA    50   D.Pillette    SLA    25  

 

 M.Parnell     BOA   774   L.Sleater     SLA    50   M.Parnell     BOA    23  

 

 A.Reynolds    NYA   752   G.Bearden     DEA    48   S.Rogovin     CHA    23  

 

 D.Pillette    SLA   741   M.Harris      WAA    47   A.Kellner     PHA    23  

 

 S.Rogovin     CHA   725   W.Masterson   BOA    46   N.Garver      SLA    23  

 

 B.Pierce      CHA   721   OTHERS TIED WITH     43   OTHERS TIED WITH     22  

 

 

 

 -----COMPLETE GAMES----   -----GAMES FINISHED----   ---------SAVES--------- 

 

 B.Feller      CLA    12   E.Kinder      BOA    44   E.Kinder      BOA    21  

 

 A.Reynolds    NYA    12   L.Brissie     CLA    40   H.White       DEA    14  

 

 S.Rogovin     CHA    10   C.Scheib      PHA    39   C.Scheib      PHA    13  

 

 B.Pierce      CHA     9   J.Ostrowski   NYA    33   J.Ostrowski   NYA    12  

 

 N.Garver      SLA     9   H.White       DEA    31   L.Brissie     CLA    11  

 

 M.Garcia      CLA     8   H.Dorish      CHA    25   L.Sleater     SLA    10  

 

 E.Wynn        CLA     8   S.Consuegra   WAA    25   L.Aloma       CHA     9  

 

 B.Shantz      PHA     7   T.Ferrick     WAA    23   T.Ferrick     WAA     7  

 

 OTHERS TIED WITH      6   L.Aloma       CHA    22   S.Gromek      CLA     6  

 

                           J.Haynes      WAA    22   J.Kucab       PHA     6  

 

                           G.Bearden     DEA    21   S.Paige       SLA     6  

 

                                                      L.Sleater     SLA    21   S.Consuegra   WAA     6  



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Williams is really closing the gap with Minoso for the league lead in batting average...and a shot at the Triple Crown.


 Hi seajaw , thanks for stopping by -  it is going to be a great finish I think - Williams remains pretty hot 



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Eaglesfly wrote:
seajaw wrote:

Williams is really closing the gap with Minoso for the league lead in batting average...and a shot at the Triple Crown.


 Hi seajaw , thanks for stopping by -  it is going to be a great finish I think - Williams remains pretty hot 


 Just to echo seajaw, Williams is really pushing for that triple crown



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BOXSCORE: 1951 Boston Red Sox At 1951 Cleveland Indians             8/26/1951

Another Ugly Red Sox Pitching Performance - Availa was superman today 6 for 6

 

  Red Sox            AB  R  H RBI AVG     Indians            AB  R  H RBI AVG

  D.Dimaggio CF       4  1  1  0 .294     D.Mitchell LF       4  1  0  0 .274 

  J.Pesky SS          2  0  1  0 .307   C-P.Lehner LF         1  0  0  0 .149 

  T.Williams LF       4  0  1  0 .355     B.Avila 2B          6  3  6  2 .354 

  V.Stephens 3B       4  0  1  0 .325     L.Doby CF           3  2  1  1 .298 

  W.Dropo 1B          3  0  0  0 .245     A.Rosen 3B          5  1  4  2 .300 

  B.Goodman 2B        4  1  1  0 .317     L.Easter 1B         5  1  1  0 .270 

  C.Vollmer RF        4  1  2  1 .206   D-H.Simpson 1B        1  0  0  0 .256 

  L.Moss C            4  0  1  0 .182     S.Chapman RF        3  1  0  1 .185 

  B.Wight P           1  0  0  0 .043     R.Boone SS          5  1  2  2 .203 

  C.Stobbs P          0  0  0  0 .231     J.Hegan C           5  1  2  1 .221 

A-A.Robinson PH       1  0  0  0 .202     B.Feller P          3  0  1  1 .156 

  E.Kinder P          0  0  0  0 .000                                         

B-C.Maxwell PH        1  0  0  0 .087                                         

  W.Masterson P       1  0  0  0 .200                                         

  R.Scarborough P     0  0  0  0 .204                                         

                     -- -- -- ---                            -- -- -- ---     

         Totals      33  3  8  1                 Totals      41 11 17 10

 

A-Pinch Hit For Stobbs In 5th Inning

B-Pinch Hit For Kinder In 6th Inning

C-Subbed Defensively (LF) For Mitchell In 8th Inning

D-Subbed Defensively (1B) For Easter In 8th Inning

 

Red Sox......... 0 1 1  0 0 1  0 0 0  -  3  8  3

Indians......... 4 2 1  1 1 1  0 1    - 11 17  0

 

Red Sox (72-49)          IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA

B.Wight LOSS(5-5)         1       4   6   2   5   0   1  55   4.22

C.Stobbs                  3       5   2   2   2   1   0  61   4.35

E.Kinder                  1       1   1   1   0   1   1  15   4.13

W.Masterson               2 2/3   6   2   2   0   4   0  59   4.40

R.Scarboroug              0 1/3   1   0   0   0   1   0  10   4.55

Totals                    8      17  11   7   7   7   2

 

Indians (70-54)          IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA

B.Feller WIN(10-9)        9       8   3   3   7   6   1 147   3.23

Totals                    9       8   3   3   7   6   1

 

ATTENDANCE- 70,002 DATE- Sunday, August 26th 1951 TIME- Day WEATHER- Good

T- 2:42

LEFT ON BASE- Red Sox:10  Indians:15

DOUBLE PLAYS- Red Sox: 0  Indians: 2

ERRORS- J.Pesky, T.Williams, W.Dropo

HOME RUNS- C.Vollmer(23rd), B.Avila(14th), A.Rosen(17th)

SACRIFICE HITS- B.Feller

SACRIFICE FLIES- L.Doby

WALKS- D.Dimaggio, J.Pesky-3, T.Williams, V.Stephens, W.Dropo, D.Mitchell,

       L.Doby-2, A.Rosen, S.Chapman-2, B.Feller

STRIKE OUTS- D.Dimaggio, T.Williams, W.Dropo, L.Moss, A.Robinson, W.Masterson,

             L.Doby, L.Easter, H.Simpson, S.Chapman, R.Boone, J.Hegan, B.Feller

GIDP- V.Stephens, L.Moss

2-out RBI- R.Boone-2, J.Hegan, C.Vollmer, B.Avila, A.Rosen

RLISP 2-out- W.Dropo-3, S.Chapman-2, B.Feller-3, D.Mitchell-2, J.Hegan-3,

             L.Doby, V.Stephens, B.Goodman-2, H.Simpson

 

Bob Feller allowed Al Lopez to rest his bullpen, tossing a complete game and

second baseman Bobby Avila had 6 hits and 2 RBI at Cleveland Stadium where

the Cleveland Indians beat the Boston Red Sox by the score of 11 to 3.

 

Avila had a good day at the plate.  He ripped a solo home run in the 1st

inning, delivered a one-base hit in the 2nd inning, lined a single in the 3rd

inning, hit a base-hit in the 4th inning, lined a one-base hit scoring a run

in the 6th inning and banged out a single in the 8th inning.  The Cleveland

offense poured it on, scoring in 7 of the 9 innings. 

 

Feller(10-9) was the winner allowing 3 runs for the game. Bill Wight(5-5) was

given the loss.  He pitched 1 inning giving up 4 hits and 5 walks.



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chip71bucs wrote:
Eaglesfly wrote:
seajaw wrote:

Williams is really closing the gap with Minoso for the league lead in batting average...and a shot at the Triple Crown.


 Hi seajaw , thanks for stopping by -  it is going to be a great finish I think - Williams remains pretty hot 


 Just to echo seajaw, Williams is really pushing for that triple crown


 Today was not one of his better days though and Avila made up ground on him with his 6 for 6 performance 



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The Yankees will take on the White Sox in game one of their DH . Yankees have been very hot over the last 10 games (going 8-2)



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BOXSCORE: 1951 New York Yankees At 1951 Chicago White Sox           8/26/1951

Game 1 of DH

 

  Yankees            AB  R  H RBI AVG     White Sox          AB  R  H RBI AVG

  P.Rizzuto SS        4  2  1  0 .230     N.Fox 2B            5  0  0  0 .318 

  M.Mantle RF         5  3  3  0 .269     R.Coleman LF,RF     4  1  1  0 .251 

  G.Woodling LF       5  2  2  4 .246     M.Minoso 3B         0  0  0  0 .362 

  J.Dimaggio CF       5  1  2  2 .289   A-F.Baker PR,3B       2  2  1  0 .150 

  Y.Berra C           5  2  1  1 .275   D-B.Dillinger PH,3B   2  0  0  0 .346 

  J.Mize 1B           3  0  1  0 .246     E.Robinson 1B       4  0  2  1 .269 

B-J.Collins 1B        1  0  0  0 .288     A.Zarilla RF        2  0  1  1 .270 

  B.Brown 3B          3  0  1  1 .307   E-D.Lenhardt PH,LF    0  0  0  0 .240 

C-J.Coleman 2B        1  0  0  0 .225     J.Busby CF          4  0  1  1 .268 

  G.McDougald 2B,3B   3  0  0  0 .296     B.Sheely C          4  0  1  0 .173 

  T.Morgan P          3  0  0  0 .270     C.Carrasquel SS     4  0  1  0 .269 

  B.Kuzava P          1  0  0  0 .206     S.Rogovin P         2  0  0  0 .262 

                                          H.Judson P          0  0  0  0 .111 

                                        F-B.Haas PH           1  0  0  0 .111 

                                          L.Aloma P           0  0  0  0 .545 

                     -- -- -- ---                            -- -- -- ---     

         Totals      39 10 11  8                 Totals      34  3  8  3

 

A-Pinch Ran For Minoso In 1st Inning

B-Subbed Defensively (1B) For Mize In 7th Inning

C-Subbed Defensively (2B) For Brown In 7th Inning

D-Pinch Hit For Baker In 7th Inning

E-Pinch Hit For Zarilla In 8th Inning

F-Pinch Hit For Judson In 8th Inning

 

INJURY: Minnie Minoso INJURED (for 0 more games) in 1st inning

 

Yankees......... 3 0 4  0 0 0  2 1 0  - 10 11  0

White Sox....... 1 0 1  0 1 0  0 0 0  -  3  8  2

 

Yankees (67-56)          IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA

T.Morgan WIN(8-6)         6       7   3   3   2   3   0  91   3.58

B.Kuzava SAVE(6th)        3       1   0   0   2   2   0  42   3.88

Totals                    9       8   3   3   4   5   0

 

White Sox (71-52)        IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA

S.Rogovin LOSS(14-7)      7      11   9   8   3   1   0 123   3.62

H.Judson                  1       0   1   0   1   0   0  20   3.44

L.Aloma                   1       0   0   0   0   0   0   7   4.05

Totals                    9      11  10   8   4   1   0

 

ATTENDANCE- 31,295 DATE- Sunday, August 26th 1951 TIME- Day WEATHER- Bad

T- 3:09

LEFT ON BASE- Yankees: 6  White Sox: 9

DOUBLE PLAYS- Yankees: 1  White Sox: 1

ERRORS- F.Baker, H.Judson

DOUBLES- M.Mantle(6th), J.Dimaggio(26th), Y.Berra(16th), B.Brown(17th),

         F.Baker(3rd), E.Robinson(17th)

TRIPLES- G.Woodling-2(5th)

STOLEN BASES- G.McDougald(10th), C.Carrasquel(11th)

WALKS- P.Rizzuto, J.Mize, B.Brown, G.McDougald, R.Coleman, A.Zarilla,

       D.Lenhardt, S.Rogovin

HIT BY PITCH- M.Minoso

STRIKE OUTS- J.Dimaggio, R.Coleman, F.Baker, J.Busby, C.Carrasquel, S.Rogovin

GIDP- T.Morgan, J.Busby

BALKS- S.Rogovin, H.Judson

2-out RBI- E.Robinson, J.Busby

RLISP 2-out- A.Zarilla-2, S.Rogovin, N.Fox, B.Sheely, P.Rizzuto, B.Brown,

             G.McDougald-2, B.Haas

WEB GEMS- Top 8th: Chico Carrasquel robbed Bob Kuzava of a base hit.

 

Gene Woodling smacked 2 triples and had 4 RBI as the New York Yankees defeated

the Chicago White Sox 10 to 3 at Comiskey Park.

 

Woodling had a big day with his bat.  He tripled bringing home two baserunners

in the 1st inning and tripled bringing in a run in the 3rd inning.  New York

had 11 hits overall, while Chicago had 8. 

 

Tom Morgan(8-6) allowed 3 runs in 6 innings, and picked up the victory. Bob

Kuzava earned the save, his 6th.  Saul Rogovin(14-7) was the loser.  He got

hammered, allowing 11 hits and 3 walks in 7 innings



-- Edited by Eaglesfly on Sunday 11th of June 2017 09:07:02 AM

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BOXSCORE: 1951 Boston Red Sox At 1951 Cleveland Indians             8/26/1951

Game 2 of the DH

 

  Red Sox            AB  R  H RBI AVG     Indians            AB  R  H RBI AVG

  D.Dimaggio CF       5  1  1  0 .293     D.Mitchell LF       3  0  1  0 .275 

  J.Pesky SS          4  0  2  0 .309     B.Avila 2B          4  0  2  0 .355 

  T.Williams LF       5  1  1  2 .353     A.Rosen 3B          3  0  0  0 .298 

  W.Dropo 1B          4  1  1  0 .245     L.Easter 1B         3  0  0  0 .268 

  B.Goodman 2B        4  0  2  2 .319     R.Boone SS          3  0  0  0 .201 

  C.Vollmer RF        4  0  1  0 .207     S.Chapman CF        3  0  1  0 .188 

  F.Hatfield 3B       4  0  0  0 .194     B.Kennedy RF        3  0  0  0 .236 

  B.Rosar C           3  1  1  0 .211     B.Tebbetts C        3  0  0  0 .345 

  L.Kiely P           3  0  0  0 .167     B.Lemon P           2  0  0  0 .139 

                                        A-J.Hegan PH          1  0  0  0 .221 

                                          L.Brissie P         0  0  0  0 .360 

                     -- -- -- ---                            -- -- -- ---     

         Totals      36  4  9  4                 Totals      28  0  4  0

 

A-Pinch Hit For Lemon In 8th Inning

 

Red Sox......... 0 0 0  0 4 0  0 0 0  -  4  9  0

Indians......... 0 0 0  0 0 0  0 0 0  -  0  4  0

 

Red Sox (73-49)          IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA

L.Kiely WIN(11-4)         9       4   0   0   3   7   0 115   2.74

Totals                    9       4   0   0   3   7   0

 

Indians (70-55)          IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA

B.Lemon LOSS(14-8)        8       8   4   4   2   7   0 111   3.54

L.Brissie                 1       1   0   0   1   0   0  20   3.78

Totals                    9       9   4   4   3   7   0

 

ATTENDANCE- 72,987 DATE- Sunday, August 26th 1951 TIME- Day WEATHER- Good

UMPIRES- Bill McGowan, Bill McKinley, Jim Honochick, Hank Soar

T- 2:27

LEFT ON BASE- Red Sox: 8  Indians: 4

DOUBLE PLAYS- Red Sox: 2  Indians: 0

DOUBLES- T.Williams(27th), B.Goodman(28th)

CAUGHT STEALING- D.Mitchell

WALKS- J.Pesky, B.Rosar, L.Kiely, D.Mitchell, A.Rosen, L.Easter

STRIKE OUTS- T.Williams, C.Vollmer-2, F.Hatfield-2, B.Rosar, L.Kiely,

             L.Easter-2, B.Kennedy-2, B.Tebbetts, B.Lemon-2

GIDP- A.Rosen, R.Boone

2-out RBI- T.Williams-2, B.Goodman-2

RLISP 2-out- T.Williams-2, W.Dropo, C.Vollmer, L.Easter

WEB GEMS- Top 2nd: Sam Chapman robbed Fred Hatfield of an extra base hit.

 

Leo Kiely shutout Cleveland while allowing the Boston bullpen a day-off and

Billy Goodman had 2 base hits and 2 RBI as the Boston Red Sox defeated the

Cleveland Indians 4 to 0 at Cleveland Stadium.

 

Kiely(11-4) came through with a virtuoso performance against the Cleveland

hitters.  He surrendered only 4 hits and 3 walks in 9 innings dropping his

ERA from 3.01 to 2.74.  Boston had 9 hits for the afternoon. 

 

Bob Lemon(14-8) was the loser.  He allowed 4 runs and 8 hits in 8 innings.

 

*** TOP OF INNING 5 ***

0     B.Rosar     5- 7 13  3 Single                         b-1

0 1   L.Kiely              6 Strike Out                     b-0

1 1   D.Dimaggio  3- 5     3 Single                         1-2 b-1

1 12  J.Pesky     6-12     6 Ground Out                     2-3 1-2 b-0

2  23 T.Williams  1- 5 11  3 Double                         3-H 2-H b-2

2  2  W.Dropo     3- 5  3  5 Single                         2-3 b-1

2 1 3 B.Goodman   1- 9 15  1 Double                         3-H 1-H b-2

2  2  C.Vollmer   6- 7     2 Ground Out                     b-0



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Primary Player Statistics For 1951 Boston Red Sox Totals After 122 Games
 
 
NAME              BAVG  GM  AB   R   H 2B 3B HR RBI  BB  SO HB SH DP  SB CS  E
M.Hoderlein       .588   9  17   4  10  2  1  0   6   6   1  0  0  0   0  0  0
T.Williams        .353 122 450 124 159 27  6 36 143 125  45  0  0 13   0  0  3
V.Stephens        .325  98 326  49 106 18  2 17  79  37  36  0  0 21   0  1 10
B.Goodman         .319 119 420  47 134 28  4  0  53  72  25  1  1 13   0  2 10
J.Pesky           .309 118 450 107 139 17  4  5  42  92  18  1 14  9   1  0 22
L.Boudreau        .301  61 163  21  49 11  0  3  30  16   7  2  1  8   1  0  6
D.Dimaggio        .293 118 499 108 146 28  2  7  46  77  54  4 10  4   4  8  9
B.Doerr           .288  94 326  57  94 18  2 19  72  47  21  0  4 14   1  0  7
T.Wright          .250  14  12   1   3  0  0  0   0   2   3  0  0  0   0  0  0
W.Dropo           .245  71 241  23  59  7  0  8  34  28  42  0  0 15   0  0  8
B.Rosar           .211  58 175  18  37  6  0  3  18  20  17  0  1  3   0  0  2
C.Vollmer         .207 110 353  50  73  4  1 23  74  74  64  0  3 17   0  0  3
F.Hatfield        .194  61 124  15  24  4  4  2  15  17  18  1  0  4   0  0  7
L.Moss            .182  58 170  12  31 12  0  1  12  18  37  0  2 14   0  0  5
M.Batts           .154   4  13   0   2  1  0  0   2   3   2  0  0  2   0  0  2
A.Robinson        .151  19  53   5   8  4  1  1   5  15   8  0  0  5   0  0  2
A.Evans           .107  13  28   2   3  1  0  0   1   3   2  0  0  0   0  0  2
C.Maxwell         .087  41  46   5   4  1  0  0   3   8  15  0  0  0   0  0  0
K.Olson           .071  12  14   0   1  0  0  0   1   0   3  0  0  1   0  0  0
A.Richter         .000   7   2   1   0  0  0  0   0   2   0  0  0  0   0  0  0
B.Dipietro        ----   0   0   0   0  0  0  0   0   0   0  0  0  0   0  0  0
M.Guerra          ----   0   0   0   0  0  0  0   0   0   0  0  0  0   0  0  0
S.White           ----   0   0   0   0  0  0  0   0   0   0  0  0  0   0  0  0
N.Zauchin         ----   0   0   0   0  0  0  0   0   0   0  0  0  0   0  0  0
ALL PITCHERS      .209 122 326  44  68 12  2  0  18  23  76  0 33  3   0  0  9
----------------- ---- --- --- --- --- -- -- -- --- --- --- -- -- -- --- -- --
TEAM TOTALS       .273    4208    1150    29    654     494    69      7   107
                       122     693    201   125     685      9   146     11
 
 
NAME               ERA  W  L   PCT   G GS CG SH SV    IP   H   R  ER HR  BB  SO
B.Evans           0.00  1  0 1.000   9  0  0  0  0  12.1  11   0   0  0   4   2
L.Kiely           2.74 11  4  .733  20 16  1  1  1  98.2  90  34  30  5  29  39
M.McDermott       3.60 14  2  .875  26 16  5  1  2 150.0 131  68  60 14  76 110
M.Parnell         3.93 10  8  .556  30 23  3  0  3 174.0 209  94  76  9  54  58
E.Kinder          4.13  4  5  .444  59  2  0  0 21  93.2  77  47  43 13  40  52
B.Wight           4.22  5  5  .500  37 12  0  0  1  98.0 113  59  46  6  53  24
C.Stobbs          4.35  6  9  .400  27 18  0  0  0 111.2 121  68  54 10  47  54
W.Masterson       4.40  3  1  .750  47  1  0  0  3  57.1  54  32  28  2  28  40
H.Taylor          4.54  2  5  .286  38  2  0  0  5  67.1  80  37  34  5  37  22
R.Scarborough     4.55 11  5  .688  27 21  4  1  0 142.1 153  77  72 17  48  62
J.Suchecki        4.91  1  0 1.000   3  0  0  0  0   3.2   5   2   2  0   3   1
W.Nixon           4.93  5  5  .500  35 11  1  1  3  96.2 105  61  53 10  38  62
P.Hinrichs        ----  0  0  ----   0  0  0  0  0   0.0   0   0   0  0   0   0
H.Hisner          ----  0  0  ----   0  0  0  0  0   0.0   0   0   0  0   0   0
B.Flowers         ----  0  0  ----   0  0  0  0  0   0.0   0   0   0  0   0   0
J.McDonald        ----  0  0  ----   0  0  0  0  0   0.0   0   0   0  0   0   0
ALL NON-PITCHERS  ----  0  0  ----   0  0  0  0  0   0.0   0   0   0  0   0   0
Team                                          4                   -5
----------------- ---- -- -- ----- --- -- -- -- -- ----- --- --- --- -- --- ---
TEAM TOTALS       4.01    49       122    14    39      1149     493    457
                       73     .598    122     8   1105.2     579     91     526



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BOXSCORE: 1951 New York Yankees At 1951 Chicago White Sox           8/26/1951

Game 2 of DH - a Yankee Sweep

 

  Yankees            AB  R  H RBI AVG     White Sox          AB  R  H RBI AVG

  H.Bauer RF          5  0  1  2 .295     B.Dillinger 3B      5  0  0  1 .340 

  P.Rizzuto SS        3  1  2  1 .233     N.Fox 2B            4  0  0  0 .316 

  G.Woodling LF       3  0  0  0 .244     R.Coleman RF        4  1  2  0 .253 

  J.Dimaggio CF       5  1  1  1 .287     E.Robinson 1B       4  1  1  1 .269 

  Y.Berra C           5  2  3  1 .278     D.Lenhardt LF       4  0  0  0 .236 

  J.Mize 1B           4  1  2  1 .249     J.Busby CF          3  1  0  1 .267 

  G.McDougald 3B      2  1  0  0 .295     P.Masi C            3  2  1  2 .332 

A-B.Brown PR,3B       2  0  0  0 .305     C.Carrasquel SS     4  0  2  0 .271 

  J.Coleman 2B        5  1  1  1 .225     B.Pierce P          0  0  0  0 .222 

  A.Schallock P       3  1  0  0 .200     H.Judson P          1  0  1  0 .143 

B-M.Mantle PH         1  0  1  0 .273     L.Aloma P           0  0  0  0 .545 

  J.Ostrowski P       0  0  0  0 .000   C-B.Stewart PH        1  0  0  0 .303 

  B.Hogue P           1  0  0  0 .556                                         

                     -- -- -- ---                            -- -- -- ---     

         Totals      39  8 11  7                 Totals      33  5  7  5

 

A-Pinch Ran For McDougald In 5th Inning

B-Pinch Hit For Schallock In 8th Inning

C-Pinch Hit For Aloma In 9th Inning

 

INJURY: Gil McDougald INJURED (for 0 more games) in 5th inning

 

Yankees......... 7 0 0  0 0 0  0 0 1  -  8 11  1

White Sox....... 0 2 0  0 1 2  0 0 0  -  5  7  4

 

Yankees (68-56)          IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA

A.Schallock WIN(4-3)      7       6   5   5   2   1   1 103   6.12

J.Ostrowski HOLD(5th)     0 2/3   1   0   0   0   0   0  11   3.30

B.Hogue SAVE(6th)         1 1/3   0   0   0   0   1   0  12   3.15

Totals                    9       7   5   5   2   2   1

 

White Sox (71-53)        IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA

B.Pierce LOSS(11-11)      0 2/3   5   7   2   1   0   0  36   3.71

H.Judson                  6 1/3   4   0   0   2   1   0  89   3.21

L.Aloma                   2       2   1   0   1   2   0  35   3.90

Totals                    9      11   8   2   4   3   0

 

ATTENDANCE- 50,429 DATE- Sunday, August 26th 1951 TIME- Day WEATHER- Good

UMPIRES- Larry Napp, Art Passarella, Charlie Berry, Eddie Hurley

T- 3:00

LEFT ON BASE- Yankees:10  White Sox: 5

DOUBLE PLAYS- Yankees: 0  White Sox: 1

ERRORS- J.Coleman, B.Dillinger, C.Carrasquel-2, B.Pierce

DOUBLES- J.Dimaggio(27th), Y.Berra(17th)

TRIPLES- E.Robinson(6th)

HOME RUNS- P.Masi(5th)

STOLEN BASES- P.Rizzuto(14th)

SACRIFICE HITS- H.Judson-2

WALKS- P.Rizzuto, G.Woodling-2, J.Mize, J.Busby, P.Masi

HIT BY PITCH- P.Rizzuto, G.McDougald

STRIKE OUTS- B.Brown, J.Coleman-2, D.Lenhardt, C.Carrasquel

GIDP- H.Bauer

2-out RBI- J.Dimaggio, Y.Berra, J.Coleman, H.Bauer-2, P.Rizzuto, P.Masi-2

RLISP 2-out- J.Mize, G.McDougald, A.Schallock-3, G.Woodling, Y.Berra-2, N.Fox-2,

             J.Coleman, J.Dimaggio, P.Masi-2, B.Hogue

 

In a good matchup it was the New York Yankees 8, the Chicago White Sox 5 at

Comiskey Park.

 

New York took the lead off Billy Pierce in the first inning as they erupted

for 7 runs on 6 hits.  That early run support was enough for Art

Schallock(4-3) and New York.  Bobby Hogue was perfect in relief and got the

save, his 6th. 

 

Pierce(11-11) was tagged with the loss.  He pitched 2/3 of an inning giving up 5 hits and 1 walk.



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BOXSCORE: 1951 Philadelphia Athletics At 1951 Detroit Tigers        8/26/1951

 

  Athletics          AB  R  H RBI AVG     Tigers             AB  R  H RBI AVG

  E.Joost SS          4  0  0  0 .275     J.Lipon SS          4  0  0  0 .241 

  F.Fain 1B           4  0  2  0 .302     D.Kryhoski 1B       4  1  1  1 .289 

  E.Valo RF           4  0  1  0 .283     G.Kell 3B           4  1  1  0 .337 

  G.Zernial LF        3  0  1  0 .257     P.Mullin LF         4  1  2  0 .293 

  H.Majeski 3B        4  1  1  1 .254     C.Keller RF         2  1  0  0 .297 

  D.Philley CF        4  0  0  0 .278     J.Groth CF          4  1  3  2 .298 

  P.Suder 2B          2  0  0  0 .242     J.Priddy 2B         3  0  1  1 .233 

A-B.Hitch**** PH,2B   2  0  0  0 .289     B.Swift C           4  0  1  1 .238 

  J.Astroth C         3  0  0  0 .247   C-F.House C           0  0  0  0 ---- 

  B.Hooper P          2  0  1  0 .170     F.Hutchinson P      2  0  0  0 .065 

  J.Coleman P         0  0  0  0 .176                                          

B-A.Clark PH          1  0  0  0 .269                                         

  J.Kucab P           0  0  0  0 .250                                         

                     -- -- -- ---                            -- -- -- ---      

         Totals      33  1  6  1                 Totals      31  5  9  5

 

A-Pinch Hit For Suder In 7th Inning

B-Pinch Hit For Coleman In 8th Inning

C-Subbed Defensively (C ) For Swift In 9th Inning

 

INJURY: Bob Swift INJURED (for 0 more games) in 8th inning

 

Athletics....... 0 1 0  0 0 0  0 0 0  -  1  6  0

Tigers.......... 1 1 0  0 0 3  0 0    -  5  9  1

 

Athletics (56-69)        IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA

B.Hooper LOSS(7-7)        5 1/3   7   5   5   2   1   1  87   4.44

J.Coleman                 1 2/3   1   0   0   1   0   0  28   5.44

J.Kucab                   1       1   0   0   0   1   0  10   5.18

Totals                    8       9   5   5   3   2   1

 

Tigers (57-65)           IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA

F.Hutchinson WIN(5-8)     9       6   1   1   1   3   1 124   3.55

Totals                    9       6   1   1   1   3   1

 

ATTENDANCE- 26,772 DATE- Sunday, August 26th 1951 TIME- Day WEATHER- Good

UMPIRES- Bill Grieve, Johnny Stevens, Jim Duffy, Bill Summers

T- 2:06

LEFT ON BASE- Athletics: 6  Tigers: 7

DOUBLE PLAYS- Athletics: 0  Tigers: 1

ERRORS- G.Kell

DOUBLES- F.Fain(16th), E.Valo(22nd), P.Mullin(9th), J.Groth(27th)

HOME RUNS- H.Majeski(6th), D.Kryhoski(7th)

SACRIFICE HITS- J.Priddy, F.Hutchinson

WALKS- G.Zernial, C.Keller-2, F.Hutchinson

STRIKE OUTS- E.Joost-2, B.Hitch****, D.Kryhoski, B.Swift

GIDP- E.Valo

WILD PITCHES- B.Hooper

RLISP 2-out- F.Hutchinson, P.Suder, H.Majeski, J.Lipon, C.Keller, E.Valo,

             B.Hitch****

WEB GEMS- Bot 4th: Dave Philley robbed Jerry Priddy of an extra base hit.

 

Johnny Groth had 3 base hits and 2 RBI and Fred Hutchinson was able to finish

what he started and was credited with a complete game as the Detroit Tigers

beat the Philadelphia Athletics by a score of 5 to 1.

 

Detroit took the lead for good in the 2nd inning scoring a single run.

Charlie Keller drew a walk.  Groth came next and he ripped a single.  Jerry

Priddy then laid down a sacrifice bunt.  Bob Swift followed and he would

ground out.  That was all the runs Hutchinson(5-8) needed.  Detroit rapped

out 9 hits for the afternoon. 

 

Bob Hooper(7-7) absorbed the loss.  He pitched 5 and 1/3 innings giving up 7

hits and 2 walks. Detroit now has a record of 57-65.  With the loss, the

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BOXSCORE: 1951 Washington Senators At 1951 St. Louis Browns         8/26/1951
Game 1 of DH
 
  Senators           AB  R  H RBI AVG     Browns             AB  R  H RBI AVG
  E.Yost 3B           6  0  0  0 .274     F.Saucier LF        3  1  1  0 .143  
  P.Runnels SS        5  1  3  0 .281     J.Delsing CF        1  0  0  0 .243  
  G.Coan LF           5  2  2  0 .295   A-C.Mapes PR,CF       3  2  2  2 .295  
  M.Vernon 1B         3  3  2  0 .291     M.Batts C           6  3  3  2 .323  
  S.Mele CF           5  1  4  3 .295     H.Arft 1B           5  2  3  1 .247  
  C.Michaels 2B       5  0  2  2 .259     K.Wood RF           5  1  3  4 .225  
  S.Robertson RF      5  0  2  2 .203     F.Marsh 3B          3  1  0  1 .221  
  M.Guerra C          4  0  1  0 .197     J.Maguire 2B        4  0  1  0 .331  
  S.Hudson P          2  0  1  0 .278     B.Jennings SS       4  0  1  0 .200  
  S.Consuegra P       2  0  0  0 .276     J.McDonald P        2  1  1  0 .300  
  T.Ferrick P         0  0  0  0 .286   B-D.Long PH           1  0  0  0 .231  
C-I.Noren PH          0  0  0  0 .282     J.Suchecki P        1  0  0  0 .059  
                                          L.Sleater P         0  0  0  0 .176  
                     -- -- -- ---                            -- -- -- ---      
         Totals      42  7 17  7                 Totals      38 11 15 10
 
A-Pinch Ran For Delsing In 2nd Inning
B-Pinch Hit For McDonald In 6th Inning
C-Pinch Hit For Ferrick In 9th Inning
 
INJURY: Jim Delsing INJURED (for 0 more games) in 2nd inning
INJURY: Sandy Consuegra INJURED (for 0 more games) in 7th inning
 
Senators........ 2 0 3  0 1 1  0 0 0  -  7 17  2
Browns.......... 1 0 1  5 4 0  0 0    - 11 15  1
 
Senators (50-71)         IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA
S.Hudson LOSS(4-8)        3 1/3   9   7   6   4   1   1  95   4.62
S.Consuegra               2 2/3   4   4   3   3   2   1  67   5.37
T.Ferrick                 2       2   0   0   1   0   0  29   4.69
Totals                    8      15  11   9   8   3   2
 
Browns (47-74)           IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA
J.McDonald WIN(1-6)       6      14   7   7   3   2   0 123   6.53
J.Suchecki                2 2/3   3   0   0   1   0   0  47   4.00
L.Sleater SAVE(11th)      0 1/3   0   0   0   0   0   0   4   5.05
Totals                    9      17   7   7   4   2   0
 
ATTENDANCE- 4,723 DATE- Sunday, August 26th 1951 TIME- Day WEATHER- Average
UMPIRES- Cal Hubbard, Eddie Rommel, Joe Paparella, 
T- 3:08
LEFT ON BASE- Senators:12  Browns:13
DOUBLE PLAYS- Senators: 1  Browns: 2
ERRORS- C.Michaels, S.Robertson, J.McDonald
DOUBLES- S.Mele(29th), C.Mapes-2(10th)
TRIPLES- S.Robertson(1st)
HOME RUNS- M.Batts(4th), K.Wood(15th)
STOLEN BASES- H.Arft(2nd)
SACRIFICE HITS- J.McDonald
WALKS- M.Vernon-2, M.Guerra, I.Noren, F.Saucier-3, C.Mapes, F.Marsh-2,
       J.Maguire, B.Jennings
HIT BY PITCH- J.Delsing
STRIKE OUTS- G.Coan, S.Robertson, F.Saucier-2, J.Maguire
GIDP- G.Coan, S.Consuegra, M.Batts
2-out RBI- S.Mele-2, C.Michaels, F.Marsh, S.Robertson-2, C.Mapes, M.Batts-2,
           K.Wood
RLISP 2-out- S.Robertson, K.Wood, J.Maguire-3, M.Guerra, B.Jennings-2, F.Marsh,
             C.Michaels-2, C.Mapes, M.Batts-2, I.Noren, E.Yost-2
 
The St. Louis Browns toppled the Washington Senators by a 11 to 7 score at
Sportsman's Park.
 
Ken Wood enjoyed a fine day at the plate.  He delivered a one-base hit in the
1st inning, lofted a three-run bomb in the 4th inning and ripped a base-hit
plating a run in the 5th inning.  St. Louis finished with 15 hits in the
victory.  
 
The win went to Jim McDonald(1-6) who allowed 7 runs in 6 innings. Lou Sleater
preserved the game for McDonald, recording his his 11th save.  Sid
Hudson(4-8) was hit with the loss.  His ERA ballooned from 4.26 to 4.62 as he
allowed 7 runs in 3 and 1/3 innings.  
 



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BOXSCORE: 1951 Washington Senators At 1951 St. Louis Browns         8/26/1951
Game 2 of DH
 
  Senators           AB  R  H RBI AVG     Browns             AB  R  H RBI AVG
  E.Yost 3B           4  0  0  0 .272     F.Marsh 3B          5  0  1  1 .221  
  G.Verble SS         4  0  1  1 .281     B.Young 2B          5  0  1  0 .256  
  G.Coan LF           5  1  0  0 .292     S.Lollar C          4  0  1  0 .318  
  M.Vernon 1B         1  0  1  0 .292     H.Arft 1B           3  1  0  0 .245  
A-C.Kluttz PR         0  1  0  0 .319     C.Mapes CF          3  0  0  0 .291  
B-M.McCormick 1B      2  0  1  1 .235     K.Wood RF           4  0  0  0 .223  
  S.Mele CF,RF        5  0  2  1 .297     J.Maguire LF        4  0  2  1 .336  
  C.Michaels 2B       4  1  1  0 .259     B.Jennings SS       1  1  1  0 .207  
  S.Robertson RF      3  0  0  0 .194   F-D.Long PH           1  0  1  0 .241  
E-I.Noren CF          0  0  0  0 .282   H-T.Upton SS          0  0  0  0 .194  
  M.Grasso C          4  1  2  2 .175     B.Mahoney P         1  0  0  0 .167  
  D.Johnson P         1  0  0  0 .063   C-F.Saucier PH        1  1  1  1 .200  
D-S.Dente PH          1  1  1  0 .249     J.Suchecki P        1  0  0  0 .056  
  S.Consuegra P       0  0  0  0 .276   G-B.Taylor PH         1  0  0  0 .378  
                                          L.Sleater P         0  0  0  0 .176  
                     -- -- -- ---                            -- -- -- ---      
         Totals      34  5  9  5                 Totals      34  3  8  3
 
A-Pinch Ran For Vernon In 4th Inning
B-Subbed Defensively (1B) For Kluttz In 4th Inning
C-Pinch Hit For Mahoney In 5th Inning
D-Pinch Hit For Johnson In 8th Inning
E-Subbed Defensively (CF) For Robertson In 8th Inning
F-Pinch Hit For Jennings In 8th Inning
G-Pinch Hit For Suchecki In 8th Inning
H-Subbed Defensively (SS) For Long In 9th Inning
 
INJURY: Mickey Vernon INJURED (for 0 more games) in 4th inning
 
Senators........ 0 0 0  2 1 1  0 1 0  -  5  9  0
Browns.......... 0 0 0  0 2 1  0 0 0  -  3  8  1
 
Senators (51-71)         IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA
D.Johnson WIN(7-8)        7       6   3   3   4   4   0 126   4.69
S.Consuegra SAVE(7th)     2       2   0   0   0   0   0  38   5.28
Totals                    9       8   3   3   4   4   0
 
Browns (47-75)           IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA
B.Mahoney LOSS(4-4)       5       4   3   3   5   1   0 112   3.40
J.Suchecki                3       5   2   2   1   1   0  56   4.07
L.Sleater                 1       0   0   0   1   0   0  12   4.98
Totals                    9       9   5   5   7   2   0
 
ATTENDANCE- 3,082 DATE- Sunday, August 26th 1951 TIME- Day WEATHER- Bad
T- 2:54
LEFT ON BASE- Senators:12  Browns: 9
DOUBLE PLAYS- Senators: 1  Browns: 1
ERRORS- B.Jennings
DOUBLES- G.Verble(4th), M.Vernon(31st), S.Mele(30th), S.Dente(10th),
         S.Lollar(29th), B.Jennings(9th), F.Saucier(1st)
SACRIFICE HITS- D.Johnson-2
WALKS- E.Yost, G.Verble, M.McCormick, C.Michaels, S.Robertson, I.Noren,
       M.Grasso, H.Arft, C.Mapes, B.Jennings-2
HIT BY PITCH- M.Vernon, S.Lollar
STRIKE OUTS- G.Coan, D.Johnson, B.Young, C.Mapes, K.Wood, B.Mahoney
GIDP- M.Grasso, S.Lollar
2-out RBI- M.Grasso-2, S.Mele, F.Saucier, F.Marsh, G.Verble, J.Maguire,
           M.McCormick
RLISP 2-out- S.Robertson-5, G.Verble, D.Johnson, C.Mapes, C.Michaels, G.Coan,
             B.Jennings-2, J.Suchecki-2, M.Grasso, S.Mele, B.Taylor
 
Mickey Grasso had 2 base hits and 2 RBI as the Washington Senators defeated
the St. Louis Browns 5 to 3 at Sportsman's Park.
 
Don Johnson(7-8) gave a fine effort for Washington.  He was reached for 6 hits
and 4 walks in 7 innings.  Washington had 9 hits for the afternoon.  
 
Sandy Consuegra earned the save, his 7th.  Bob Mahoney(4-4) was tagged with
the loss.  'I struggled a bit out there today,' Johnson said, 'but I toughed
it out and we got the win.'



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LEAGUE STANDINGS FOR 1951 American League
 
                                                      ACTUAL-TODATE  ACTUAL-TOTAL
                            WON LOST  PCT   GB  MAGIC# WON LOS  PCT  WON LOS  PCT
1951 Boston BOA              73  49  .598 ----    29    73  49 .598   87  67 .565
1951 Chicago CHA             71  53  .573  3.0          68  56 .548   81  73 .526
1951 Cleveland CLA           70  55  .560  4.5          79  46 .632   93  61 .604
1951 New York NYA            68  56  .548  6.0          77  47 .621   98  56 .636
1951 Detroit DEA             57  65  .467 16.0          57  65 .467   73  81 .474
1951 Philadelphia PHA        56  69  .448 18.5          50  75 .400   70  84 .455
1951 Washington WAA          51  71  .418 22.0          51  71 .418   62  92 .403
1951 St. Louis SLA           47  75  .385 26.0          38  84 .311   52 102 .338
 
 
 
       OVERALL RECORD
Team   WON LOST   PCT  HOME  ROAD  LEFT RIGHT EXTRA 1-RUN   LAST 10   STREAK
BOA     73   49  .598 37-24 36-25 18-11 55-38  7- 6 19-17     5-5     Won 1
CHA     71   53  .573 39-29 32-24 22-23 49-30  9- 4 19-10     5-5     Lost 2
CLA     70   55  .560 39-26 31-29 24-28 46-27  8- 5 24-19     5-5     Lost 1
DEA     57   65  .467 32-32 25-33 15-18 42-47  9- 7 21-19     4-6     Won 2
NYA     68   56  .548 25-31 43-25 19-23 49-33  5-10 15-22     8-2     Won 2
PHA     56   69  .448 27-31 29-38 14-17 42-52  6- 5 17-20     3-7     Lost 4
SLA     47   75  .385 26-37 21-38 17-27 30-48  7-14 16-23     6-4     Lost 1
WAA     51   71  .418 27-31 24-40 19-26 32-45  7- 7 14-15     3-7     Won 1
TOTAL  493  493  .500
HOME   252  241  .511
ROAD   241  252  .489
LEFT   148  173  .461
RIGHT  345  320  .519
 
TEAM   -APRIL   MAY  JUNE  JULY   AUG SEPT+ RUNS-AGNST
BOA      6- 5 17- 9 19-11 16-13 16-11  0- 0    693- 579
CHA      5- 5 14-12 18-14 22-10 13-13  0- 0    601- 535
CLA      5- 5 16-13 17-11 17-13 16-13  0- 0    549- 493
DEA      3- 5 14-15 15-12 13-17 13-17  0- 0    548- 637
NYA      6- 6 17-10 12-16 13-15 20-11  0- 0    627- 480
PHA      9- 4 11-14 14-15 13-19  9-18  0- 0    578- 613
SLA      7- 5 10-18  7-19 11-18 12-15  0- 0    505- 638
WAA      2- 8  9-17 12-16 16-16 13-14  0- 0    512- 642
 
 
WINS ARE ACROSS, LOSSES ARE DOWN:
 
TEAM BOA CHA CLA DEA NYA PHA SLA WAA TOT
BOA    -   8  12   9   7  10  13  14  73
CHA   12   -   9   9  11  10   8  12  71
CLA    8   9   -  12  10   9   9  13  70
DEA    8   5   4   -   8  10  10  12  57
NYA    6   8  10  11   -  12  14   7  68
PHA    6  10   8   9   7   -   9   7  56
SLA    6   7   6   7   4  11   -   6  47
WAA    3   6   6   8   9   7  12   -  51
TOT   49  53  55  65  56  69  75  71
 
 
RUNS SCORED ARE ACROSS, RUNS ALLOWED ARE DOWN:
 
TEAM BOA CHA CLA DEA NYA PHA SLA WAA  TOT
BOA    - 117  98 115  64  99 107  98  693
CHA  114   -  68  52  85 113  67 107  601
CLA   83  73   -  98  50  70  80 105  549
DEA   92  40  57   -  88  96  80 102  548
NYA   76  90  78 114   -  85 115  72  627
PHA   83  94  65 103  68   -  88  80  578
SLA   78  61  56  70  72  88   -  80  505
WAA   56  71  72  91  59  67 101   -  512
TOT  579 535 493 637 480 613 638 642



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