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BOXSCORE: 1946 Pittsburgh Pirates At 1946 St. Louis Cardinals       4/17/1946
 
  Pirates            AB  R  H RBI AVG     Cardinals          AB  R  H RBI AVG
  J.Brown 2B          4  2  2  2 .333     L.Klein 2B          6  0  0  0 .100  
  J.Barrett RF        4  1  0  0 .143     R.Schoendienst 3B   5  1  0  0 .000  
  R.Kiner CF          5  0  2  4 .444     M.Dickson P         0  0  0  0 ----  
  B.Elliott 3B        4  2  1  1 .250   I-E.Verban PH         1  0  1  11.000  
  E.Fletcher 1B       5  0  1  0 .125     S.Musial LF         4  2  3  1 .667  
  J.Russell LF        5  2  3  0 .600     E.Slaughter RF      5  2  2  2 .333  
  B.Cox SS            4  1  1  1 .250     H.Walker CF         3  1  1  1 .333  
  V.Smith C           2  0  1  0 .167   D-T.Moore PH,CF       2  1  1  0 .333  
B-H.Camelli PH,C      1  0  0  0 .000     D.Sisler 1B         3  1  1  0 .333  
  K.Gables P          2  0  1  0 .500   G-E.Dusak PH          1  1  1  21.000  
C-F.Gustine PH        0  0  0  0 ----     M.Marion SS         4  0  0  0 .125  
  J.Lanning P         0  0  0  0 ----     D.Rice C            5  0  3  2 .375  
  A.Gerheauser P      0  0  0  0 ----   H-B.Adams PR          0  1  0  0 ----  
E-B.Salkeld PH        1  1  1  01.000     M.Lanier P          1  0  0  0 .000  
  P.Roe P             0  0  0  0 ----   A-J.Cross PH          1  0  0  0 .000  
  N.Strincevich P     0  0  0  0 ----     T.Wilks P           1  0  1  01.000  
  K.Heintzelman P     0  0  0  0 ----     B.Donnelly P        0  0  0  0 ----  
                                        F-W.Kurowski PH,3B    1  0  1  1 .400  
                     -- -- -- ---                            -- -- -- ---      
         Totals      37  9 13  8                 Totals      43 10 15 10
 
A-Pinch Hit For Lanier In 5th Inning
B-Pinch Hit For Smith In 6th Inning
C-Pinch Hit For Gables In 6th Inning
D-Pinch Hit For Walker In 7th Inning
E-Pinch Hit For Gerheauser In 8th Inning
F-Pinch Hit For Donnelly In 8th Inning
G-Pinch Hit For Sisler In 9th Inning
H-Pinch Ran For Rice In 9th Inning
I-Pinch Hit For Dickson In 9th Inning
 
Pirates......... 0 3 0  0 1 0  1 4 0  -  9 13  3
Cardinals....... 0 0 0  0 0 4  0 1 5  - 10 15  2
 
Pirates (1-1)            IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA
K.Gables                  5       0   0   0   3   3   0  73   0.00
J.Lanning                 0       3   4   2   0   0   0  14   ----
A.Gerheauser BS(1st)      2       3   0   0   0   0   0  31   0.00
P.Roe                     1       7   5   5   0   2   0  36  45.00
N.Strincevic L(0-1)B(1st) 0 1/3   1   1   1   0   0   0  14  27.00
K.Heintzelma              0 1/3   1   0   0   1   0   0  12   0.00
Totals                    8 2/3  15  10   8   4   5   0
 
Cardinals (1-1)          IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA
M.Lanier                  5       6   4   4   1   5   0  76   7.20
T.Wilks                   2       2   1   1   2   1   1  33   4.50
B.Donnelly                1       4   4   4   1   0   0  26  13.50
M.Dickson WIN(1-0)        1       1   0   0   0   1   0  14   0.00
Totals                    9      13   9   9   4   7   1
 
ATTENDANCE- 8,637 DATE- Wednesday, April 17th 1946 TIME- Day WEATHER- Average
T- 2:42
LEFT ON BASE- Pirates: 7  Cardinals:10
DOUBLE PLAYS- Pirates: 0  Cardinals: 1
ERRORS- J.Brown-2, J.Russell, R.Schoendienst, D.Rice
DOUBLES- J.Brown(1st), S.Musial(1st), E.Slaughter(1st), H.Walker(1st),
         E.Dusak(1st)
TRIPLES- R.Kiner(1st), S.Musial(1st)
HOME RUNS- B.Elliott(1st)
RBIs- J.Brown-2(2nd), R.Kiner-4(6th), B.Elliott(2nd), B.Cox(2nd), E.Verban(1st),
      S.Musial(1st), E.Slaughter-2(3rd), H.Walker(1st), E.Dusak-2(2nd),
      D.Rice-2(2nd), W.Kurowski(2nd)
STOLEN BASES- J.Russell(1st), R.Schoendienst(1st)
SACRIFICE HITS- H.Camelli
SACRIFICE FLIES- J.Brown
WALKS- J.Barrett, B.Elliott, B.Cox, F.Gustine, S.Musial, D.Sisler, M.Marion,
       W.Kurowski
STRIKE OUTS- R.Kiner-3, B.Elliott, E.Fletcher, J.Russell, B.Cox, L.Klein-2,
             R.Schoendienst-2, D.Rice
GIDP- J.Russell
2-out RBI- R.Kiner-4, D.Rice, B.Elliott, J.Brown, E.Verban
RLISP 2-out- J.Barrett, M.Marion-2, J.Brown-2, L.Klein, B.Elliott,
             R.Schoendienst
TEAM RISP- Pirates: 5 for 9  Cardinals: 10 for 20
 
With the crowd on their collective feet, screaming at the top of their lungs,
St. Louis Cardinals rallied to top Pittsburgh Pirates by the score of 10 to
9.
 
St. Louis had the winning rally in the bottom of the 9th inning when they
scored 5 runs on 6 hits.  The key offensive moment was provided by Erv Dusak
who came through for the home fans when he doubled scoring two baserunners.
St. Louis managed 15 hits in their victory.  
 
The winning pitcher was Murry Dickson(1-0) who allowed no runs in 1 inning.
Nick Strincevich(0-1) suffered the loss in relief.  He gave up 1 hit and no
walks in 1/3 of an inning.  
 
'Wow, that was fun!', Dickson said following the game.  'Once in a while you
play a game that reminds you just why you got into this business to begin
with!'



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Yankee Stadium, August 21, 1942 - a 47-year old Babe Ruth takes some batting practice before his duel in two days with Walter Johnson. Both baseball legends took part in a war benefit on August 23rd for Army and Navy between games of a Senators and Yankees doubleheader. 69,136 came out to the house Ruth built and helped raise more than $80,000 for the war effort and both Johnson and Ruth did not disappoint, especially the Babe who did belt one into the right field bleachers off the Big Train.



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April 18, 1946

The Cincinnati Reds traded Jim Konstanty and cash to the Boston Braves for Max West



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With Cleveland in to visit the White sox for an April 17 game - never had this happen in Strat before now - in the second inning of allie Reynolds White sox players Hal trosky, Don Kolloway, Thurman Tucker and Mike Tresh all hit consecutive doubles all off each of the respective hitters cards

John Rigney just finished 6 innings - 0 hits 1 BB and 4 K's - can he keep it going for the final three innings ?

So much for a No Hitter - with one out Hank Edwards singles to CF .  ( I do not think I have had anyone get beyond the 7th with their No Hit Bid yet)



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BOXSCORE: 1946 Cleveland Indians At 1946 Chicago White Sox          4/17/1946
 
  Indians            AB  R  H RBI AVG     White Sox          AB  R  H RBI AVG
  G.Case LF           4  0  0  0 .000     W.Moses RF          3  0  0  0 .250  
  B.Lemon CF          4  0  0  0 .000     F.Baker 3B          4  0  0  0 .000  
  H.Edwards RF        4  0  1  0 .444     T.Wright LF         4  0  0  0 .000  
  L.Fleming 1B        2  0  0  0 .429     L.Appling SS        4  0  1  0 .222  
  K.Keltner 3B        4  0  0  0 .125     H.Trosky 1B         4  1  2  0 .571  
  L.Boudreau SS       3  0  0  0 .143     D.Kolloway 2B       4  2  2  1 .444  
  F.Hayes C           3  0  1  0 .167     T.Tucker CF         3  1  2  1 .667  
  R.Mack 2B           3  0  0  0 .167     M.Tresh C           3  0  2  2 .333  
  A.Reynolds P        1  0  0  0 .000     J.Rigney P          2  0  0  0 .000  
A-F.Mackiewicz PH     1  0  0  0 .000     E.Caldwell P        0  0  0  0 ----  
  D.Black P           0  0  0  0 ----                                          
  P.Center P          0  0  0  0 ----                                          
B-J.Conway PH         1  0  1  01.000                                          
  M.Harder P          0  0  0  0 ----                                          
                     -- -- -- ---                            -- -- -- ---      
         Totals      30  0  3  0                 Totals      31  4  9  4
 
A-Pinch Hit For Reynolds In 6th Inning
B-Pinch Hit For Center In 8th Inning
 
Indians......... 0 0 0  0 0 0  0 0 0  -  0  3  0
White Sox....... 0 3 0  1 0 0  0 0    -  4  9  0
 
Indians (1-1)            IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA
A.Reynolds LOSS(0-1)      5       6   4   4   1   6   0  80   7.20
D.Black                   0 2/3   2   0   0   2   0   0  20   0.00
P.Center                  1 1/3   1   0   0   0   0   0  16   0.00
M.Harder                  1       0   0   0   0   0   0  17   0.00
Totals                    8       9   4   4   3   6   0
 
White Sox (1-1)          IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA
J.Rigney WIN(1-0)         7 1/3   3   0   0   1   6   0 105   0.00
E.Caldwell SAVE(1st)      1 2/3   0   0   0   0   1   0  15   3.38
Totals                    9       3   0   0   1   7   0
 
ATTENDANCE- 5,131 DATE- Wednesday, April 17th 1946 TIME- Day WEATHER- Bad
T- 2:14
LEFT ON BASE- Indians: 5  White Sox: 7
DOUBLE PLAYS- Indians: 1  White Sox: 0
DOUBLES- F.Hayes(1st), H.Trosky-2(2nd), D.Kolloway(1st), T.Tucker(2nd),
         M.Tresh-2(2nd)
RBIs- D.Kolloway(2nd), T.Tucker(2nd), M.Tresh-2(2nd)
STOLEN BASES- T.Tucker(2nd)
CAUGHT STEALING- L.Appling
WALKS- L.Fleming, W.Moses, M.Tresh, J.Rigney
HIT BY PITCH- L.Fleming, T.Tucker
STRIKE OUTS- B.Lemon, H.Edwards, L.Fleming, K.Keltner, L.Boudreau, R.Mack,
             A.Reynolds, T.Wright-2, L.Appling-2, T.Tucker, J.Rigney
RLISP 2-out- F.Hayes, F.Baker, W.Moses-3, L.Boudreau, B.Lemon
TEAM RISP- Indians: 1 for 8  White Sox: 3 for 9
 
Johnny Rigney carried a no-hitter into the 7th inning as the Chicago White Sox
defeated the Cleveland Indians by the score of 4 to 0 at Comiskey
Park.
 
Rigney(1-0) was in control of the game from the outset.  He surrendered only 3
hits and 1 walk in 7 and 1/3 innings.  The right-handed Rigney lost his
chance for a no-hitter when Hank Edwards singled with one out in the 7th
inning.  The pitchers took over after the 4th inning as neither team was able
to score again.  
 
Earl Caldwell was credited with his 1st save.  Allie Reynolds(0-1) suffered
the loss.  He surrendered 4 runs and 6 hits in 5 innings.



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BOXSCORE: 1946 St. Louis Browns At 1946 Detroit Tigers              4/17/1946
 
  Browns             AB  R  H RBI AVG     Tigers             AB  R  H RBI AVG
  B.Dillinger 3B      5  1  1  0 .222     E.Lake SS           3  1  0  0 .167  
  A.Zarilla LF        4  1  1  2 .200     E.Mayo 2B           4  1  3  1 .667  
  L.Finney RF         4  0  1  1 .250     B.McCosky CF        3  2  1  0 .143  
  W.Judnich CF        4  1  1  1 .375     H.Greenberg 1B      4  2  1  2 .375  
  J.Berardino 2B      4  1  2  0 .286     D.Wakefield LF      4  1  1  0 .375  
  M.Christman SS      4  0  0  0 .000     P.Mullin RF         4  1  2  2 .375  
  F.Mancuso C         3  1  0  0 .286     P.Higgins 3B        4  0  1  1 .250  
  C.Stevens 1B        4  2  2  3 .400     B.Tebbetts C        4  0  0  0 .000  
  T.Shirley P         1  0  0  0 .000     V.Trucks P          2  0  0  0 .000  
A-V.Stephens PH       1  0  1  01.000     J.Gorsica P         1  0  0  0 .000  
  S.Ferens P          0  0  0  0 ----     F.Hutchinson P      0  0  0  0 ----  
B-J.Lucadello PH      1  0  0  0 .000                                          
  A.Hollingsworth P   0  0  0  0 ----                                          
C-J.Schultz PH        0  0  0  0 ----                                          
                     -- -- -- ---                            -- -- -- ---      
         Totals      35  7  9  7                 Totals      33  8  9  6
 
A-Pinch Hit For Shirley In 6th Inning
B-Pinch Hit For Ferens In 8th Inning
C-Pinch Hit For Hollingsworth In 9th Inning
 
Browns.......... 0 1 0  0 0 0  0 3 3  -  7  9  3
Tigers.......... 3 0 0  1 1 0  1 2    -  8  9  0
 
Browns (0-2)             IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA
T.Shirley LOSS(0-1)       5       7   5   5   6   5   1  98   9.00
S.Ferens                  2       1   1   0   1   0   0  38   0.00
A.Hollingswo              1       1   2   0   2   0   0  29   0.00
Totals                    8       9   8   5   9   5   1
 
Tigers (2-0)             IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA
V.Trucks WIN(1-0)         7 2/3   6   4   4   0   5   1 100   4.70
J.Gorsica HOLD(1st)       0 2/3   3   3   3   1   1   1  30  40.50
F.Hutchinson SAVE(1st)    0 2/3   0   0   0   1   0   0   7   0.00
Totals                    9       9   7   7   2   6   2
 
ATTENDANCE- 26,051 DATE- Wednesday, April 17th 1946 TIME- Day WEATHER- Good
T- 2:22
LEFT ON BASE- Browns: 3  Tigers:10
DOUBLE PLAYS- Browns: 1  Tigers: 1
ERRORS- B.Dillinger, L.Finney, M.Christman
DOUBLES- P.Mullin(1st)
TRIPLES- A.Zarilla(1st), P.Mullin(1st)
HOME RUNS- W.Judnich(2nd), C.Stevens(1st), H.Greenberg(2nd)
RBIs- A.Zarilla-2(2nd), L.Finney(1st), W.Judnich(2nd), C.Stevens-3(3rd),
      E.Mayo(2nd), H.Greenberg-2(5th), P.Mullin-2(4th), P.Higgins(1st)
WALKS- F.Mancuso, J.Schultz, E.Lake-2, E.Mayo, B.McCosky-2, H.Greenberg,
       D.Wakefield, P.Mullin, V.Trucks
STRIKE OUTS- L.Finney-2, W.Judnich, J.Berardino, F.Mancuso, J.Lucadello, E.Lake,
             H.Greenberg, P.Higgins, B.Tebbetts, V.Trucks
GIDP- B.Dillinger, D.Wakefield
2-out RBI- H.Greenberg-2, P.Mullin, E.Mayo, P.Higgins, A.Zarilla-2, L.Finney
RLISP 2-out- P.Higgins, B.Tebbetts, P.Mullin-2
TEAM RISP- Browns: 3 for 3  Tigers: 3 for 12
 
The Detroit Tigers edged the St. Louis Browns at Briggs Stadium by the score
of 8 to 7.
 
St. Louis fell behind quickly as the Detroit offense came through in the first
inning when they tallied 3 runs on 3 hits.  The crucial at-bat was provided
by Hank Greenberg who came through for the home fans when he cracked a
two-run shot.  St. Louis had a chance to come back in the 9th but they came
up short.  
 
Virgil Trucks(1-0) went 7 and 2/3 innings allowing 4 runs for the victory.
Fred Hutchinson was credited with his 1st save.  Tex Shirley(0-1) was the
losing pitcher.  
 



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BOXSCORE: 1946 New York Yankees At 1946 Philadelphia Athletics      4/17/1946
 
  Yankees            AB  R  H RBI AVG     Athletics          AB  R  H RBI AVG
  J.Gordon 2B         5  1  3  0 .600     F.Garrison LF       3  0  2  0 .429  
  S.Stirnweiss 3B     4  1  2  0 .286     H.Peck RF           4  0  0  0 .000  
  T.Henrich RF        5  1  1  0 .111     J.Wallaesa SS       4  0  1  0 .143  
  J.Dimaggio CF       3  2  1  2 .333     S.Chapman CF        4  0  0  0 .250  
  N.Etten 1B          4  1  1  4 .143     G.McQuinn 1B        4  0  0  0 .125  
  J.Lindell LF        4  0  1  0 .167     B.Rosar C           4  0  1  0 .375  
  A.Robinson C        4  0  3  0 .600     G.Kell 3B           4  0  3  0 .500  
  O.Grimes SS         4  0  1  0 .125     G.Handley 2B        2  0  0  0 .000  
  R.Gumpert P         2  0  0  0 .000   A-E.Valo PH           1  0  0  0 .000  
  T.Bonham P          0  0  0  0 ----     B.Savage P          0  0  0  0 .000  
                                        C-G.Armstrong PH      1  0  0  0 .000  
                                          B.Newsom P          2  0  1  0 .500  
                                          L.Harris P          0  0  0  0 ----  
                                        B-P.Suder PH,2B       1  0  1  01.000  
                     -- -- -- ---                            -- -- -- ---      
         Totals      35  6 13  6                 Totals      34  0  9  0
 
A-Pinch Hit For Handley In 8th Inning
B-Pinch Hit For Harris In 8th Inning
C-Pinch Hit For Savage In 9th Inning
 
Yankees......... 2 0 4  0 0 0  0 0 0  -  6 13  1
Athletics....... 0 0 0  0 0 0  0 0 0  -  0  9  0
 
Yankees (1-1)            IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA
R.Gumpert WIN(1-0)        7 1/3   7   0   0   0   0   0  99   0.00
T.Bonham                  1 2/3   2   0   0   0   0   0  23   0.00
Totals                    9       9   0   0   0   0   0
 
Athletics (1-1)          IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA
B.Newsom LOSS(0-1)        6      12   6   6   1   1   2 124   9.00
L.Harris                  2       1   0   0   0   2   0  26   0.00
B.Savage                  1       0   0   0   1   0   0  11   0.00
Totals                    9      13   6   6   2   3   2
 
ATTENDANCE- 7,625 DATE- Wednesday, April 17th 1946 TIME- Day WEATHER- Average
T- 2:28
LEFT ON BASE- Yankees: 6  Athletics: 8
DOUBLE PLAYS- Yankees: 2  Athletics: 2
ERRORS- O.Grimes
DOUBLES- B.Rosar(1st)
HOME RUNS- J.Dimaggio(2nd), N.Etten(1st)
RBIs- J.Dimaggio-2(3rd), N.Etten-4(4th)
STOLEN BASES- S.Stirnweiss(1st)
SACRIFICE HITS- R.Gumpert-2, F.Garrison
WALKS- S.Stirnweiss, J.Dimaggio
STRIKE OUTS- J.Lindell, A.Robinson, O.Grimes
GIDP- T.Henrich, O.Grimes, H.Peck, G.Handley
2-out RBI- J.Dimaggio-2, N.Etten-4
RLISP 2-out- H.Peck, S.Stirnweiss, J.Lindell, J.Gordon, J.Wallaesa, G.Kell,
             S.Chapman-2
TEAM RISP- Yankees: 3 for 9  Athletics: 1 for 7
 
Randy Gumpert(1-0), with relief help from Tiny Bonham, handcuffed the
Philadelphia Athletics batters at Shibe Park in a day game.  The New York
Yankees scored 6 runs for the win.
 
Gumpert pitched a fine game.  He went 7 and 1/3 innings allowing 7 hits and no
walks.  Neither team managed to score after the 3rd inning.  
 
Bobo Newsom(0-1) took the loss.  He pitched 6 innings allowing 12 hits and 1
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BOXSCORE: 1946 Boston RedSox At 1946 Washington Senators            4/17/1946
 
  RedSox             AB  R  H RBI AVG     Senators           AB  R  H RBI AVG
  D.Dimaggio CF       5  1  3  0 .500     S.Robertson 3B      4  1  0  0 .250  
  J.Pesky SS          4  2  2  0 .500     B.Lewis RF          4  0  1  0 .222  
  T.Williams LF       5  2  2  1 .333     S.Spence CF         4  0  1  1 .222  
  B.Doerr 2B          6  2  5  2 .636     C.Travis SS         3  0  0  0 .143  
  R.York 1B           5  1  3  3 .444     J.Heath LF          4  0  0  0 .286  
  G.Metkovich RF      6  1  1  0 .091     M.Vernon 1B         4  0  1  0 .250  
  E.Andres 3B         4  0  2  0 .333     J.Priddy 2B         3  1  1  0 .286  
  H.Wagner C          4  0  1  1 .286     A.Evans C           3  0  2  0 .429  
  D.Ferriss P         2  0  1  1 .500   B-J.Sanford PH        0  0  0  01.000  
  C.Dreisewerd P      1  0  0  0 .000     W.Masterson P       0  0  0  0 ----  
                                          S.Hudson P          1  0  0  0 .000  
                                        A-J.Early PH          0  0  0  1 ----  
                                          M.Pieretti P        0  0  0  0 ----  
                                          B.Kennedy P         1  0  1  01.000  
                                          J.Niggeling P       0  0  0  0 ----  
                                          V.Curtis P          0  0  0  0 ----  
                                        C-M.Guerra PH         1  0  0  0 .000  
                     -- -- -- ---                            -- -- -- ---      
         Totals      42  9 20  8                 Totals      32  2  7  2
 
A-Pinch Hit For Hudson In 5th Inning
B-Pinch Hit For Evans In 9th Inning
C-Pinch Hit For Curtis In 9th Inning
 
RedSox.......... 3 0 5  0 0 0  0 1 0  -  9 20  1
Senators........ 1 0 0  0 1 0  0 0 0  -  2  7  2
 
RedSox (2-0)             IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA
D.Ferriss WIN(1-0)        6 2/3   6   2   1   1   4   0  92   1.35
C.Dreisewerd              2 1/3   1   0   0   2   0   0  41   0.00
Totals                    9       7   2   1   3   4   0
 
Senators (0-2)           IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA
W.Masterson LOSS(0-1)     2       9   8   8   1   2   0  51  36.00
S.Hudson                  3       3   0   0   1   0   0  52   1.50
M.Pieretti                1 1/3   3   0   0   2   0   0  28   3.86
B.Kennedy                 0 2/3   2   1   1   0   0   0  18  13.50
J.Niggeling               1       2   0   0   1   1   0  19   0.00
V.Curtis                  1       1   0   0   1   0   0  20   0.00
Totals                    9      20   9   9   6   3   0
 
ATTENDANCE- 13,502 DATE- Wednesday, April 17th 1946 TIME- Day WEATHER- Good
T- 2:21
LEFT ON BASE- RedSox:15  Senators: 8
DOUBLE PLAYS- RedSox: 2  Senators: 3
ERRORS- G.Metkovich, S.Robertson, B.Lewis
DOUBLES- T.Williams(1st), B.Doerr-2(2nd), D.Ferriss, M.Vernon(1st),
         J.Priddy(1st)
RBIs- T.Williams(1st), B.Doerr-2(3rd), R.York-3(5th), H.Wagner(1st), D.Ferriss,
      S.Spence(2nd), J.Early(1st)
SACRIFICE HITS- D.Ferriss
SACRIFICE FLIES- D.Ferriss, J.Early
WALKS- D.Dimaggio, J.Pesky-2, T.Williams, E.Andres, H.Wagner, S.Robertson,
       J.Priddy, J.Sanford
HIT BY PITCH- R.York, C.Travis
STRIKE OUTS- D.Dimaggio, G.Metkovich-2, S.Robertson-2, M.Vernon, S.Hudson
GIDP- J.Pesky, R.York, C.Dreisewerd, J.Heath, M.Guerra
RLISP 2-out- D.Dimaggio, A.Evans, G.Metkovich-3, E.Andres-2, T.Williams-2,
             B.Lewis-2, S.Robertson
TEAM RISP- RedSox: 10 for 22  Senators: 1 for 8
 
Bobby Doerr had 5 hits and 2 RBI as the Boston RedSox bested the Washington
Senators 9 to 2 at Griffith Stadium.
 
Dave Ferriss(1-0) earned his pay with a solid performance for Boston.  He went
6 and 2/3 innings surrendering 6 hits and 1 walk.  Boston kept the
scorekeepers busy in the 3rd inning with 5 runs on 6 hits.  For the game
Boston out-hit Washington 20 to 7.  
 
Walt Masterson(0-1) was given the loss.  He was knocked around pretty good,
giving up 8 runs in 2 innings.



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Thu, Apr 18, 1946

St. Louis Browns (0-2) VS. Detroit Tigers (2-0)

 

STANDINGS

St. Louis - Overall: 0-2 .000  7th place,    Road: 0-2 .000  Vs. Right: 0-1 .000

Detroit - Overall: 2-01.000  1st place,    Home: 2-01.000  Vs. Right: 2-01.000

 

STARTERS            G GS  W  L   Pct   R  ER   ERA    IP   H  BB IBB  SO HR

D.Galehouse (R)     0  0  0  0  ----   0   0  ----   0.0   0   0   0   0  0

A.Benton (R)        0  0  0  0  ----   0   0  ----   0.0   0   0   0   0  0

 

CURRENT SERIES DETAILS

Tue, Apr 16, 1946  Day Game  Detroit 7-11-1, St. Louis 1-7-2

                   WIN:H.Newhouser (1-0)     LOSS:N.Potter (0-1)

Wed, Apr 17, 1946  Day Game  Detroit 8-9-0, St. Louis 7-9-3

                   WIN:V.Trucks (1-0)     SAVE:F.Hutchinson (1st)     LOSS:T.Shirley (0-1)

Thu, Apr 18, 1946  Day Game  Denny Galehouse (R) (0-0, ----) vs. Al Benton (R) (0-0, ----)

 

BALLPARK INFO - Briggs Stadium

WEATHER: AVERAGE  TIME: Day

      SINGLE*       HOMERUN

Left   1- 9        1-14

Right  1- 9        1-14

 

Ballpark Doubles:  95

Ballpark Triples: 101

 

HITTING STREAKS - 5+ GAMES

No current hitting streaks to display

 

WHO'S HOT - BEST IN LAST 10 DAYS

BATTER         TM  AVG AB  H RB BB HR  PITCHER        TM IP  H ER BB Ks HR WLS

H.Greenberg   DEA .375  8  3  5  1  2  H.Newhouser   DEA  8  6  1  4  7  1 100

C.Stevens     SLA .400  5  2  3  0  1  D.Trout       DEA  1  1  0  0  1  0 000

W.Judnich     SLA .375  8  3  2  0  2  S.Ferens      SLA  2  1  0  1  0  0 000

P.Mullin      DEA .375  8  3  4  1  1  E.Kinder      SLA  1  1  0  0  0  0 000

V.Stephens    SLA1.000  1  1  0  0  0                     0  0  0  0  0  0 000

 

WHO'S NOT - WORST IN LAST 10 DAYS

BATTER         TM  AVG AB  H RB BB HR  PITCHER        TM IP  H ER BB Ks HR WLS

G.Archie      SLA .000  3  0  0  0  0  T.Shirley     SLA  5  7  5  6  5  1 010

J.Lucadello   SLA .000  1  0  0  0  0  N.Potter      SLA  6 10  6  3  4  2 010

P.Richards    DEA .000  4  0  0  0  0  A.HollingswortSLA  1  1  0  2  0  0 000

B.Tebbetts    DEA .000  4  0  0  0  0                     0  0  0  0  0  0 000

M.Christman   SLA .000  7  0  0  1  0                     0  0  0  0  0  0 000

 

This is the third games of a three game series.  the Defending world Series Champion tigers are off to a fast start taking the first two from St Louis.  Greenberg has 2 HR's and 5 RBI's



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This turned out more like a Browns - Lions Game than a baseball game - Tigers win 23- 0 - three tigers drive in 4 runs each

BOXSCORE: 1946 St. Louis Browns At 1946 Detroit Tigers              4/18/1946

 

  Browns             AB  R  H RBI AVG     Tigers             AB  R  H RBI AVG

  J.Lucadello 3B      4  0  2  0 .400     E.Lake SS           6  2  3  1 .333 

  A.Zarilla LF        4  0  0  0 .111     E.Mayo 2B           4  2  1  0 .538 

  L.Finney RF         3  0  1  0 .286     B.McCosky CF        6  4  3  1 .308 

  W.Judnich CF        4  0  0  0 .250     H.Greenberg 1B      3  4  2  2 .455 

  J.Berardino 2B      4  0  0  0 .182     D.Wakefield LF      5  3  2  1 .385 

  M.Christman SS      3  0  0  0 .000     P.Mullin RF         2  2  2  4 .500 

  F.Mancuso C         3  0  1  0 .300   A-R.Cullenbine PH,RF  4  1  2  4 .500 

  C.Stevens 1B        3  0  0  0 .250     P.Higgins 3B        6  3  4  4 .429 

  D.Galehouse P       1  0  0  0 .000     P.Richards C        5  2  2  2 .222 

  S.Ferens P          0  0  0  0 ----     A.Benton P          6  0  2  2 .333 

  S.Zoldak P          0  0  0  0 ----                                          

B-J.Grace PH          1  0  0  0 .250                                         

  E.Kinder P          0  0  0  0 ----                                         

  A.Lamacchia P       0  0  0  0 ----                                          

  A.Hollingsworth P   0  0  0  0 ----                                         

C-V.Stephens PH       1  0  0  0 .500                                         

  O.Miller P          0  0  0  0 ----                                         

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

         Totals      31  0  4  0                 Totals      47 23 23 21

 

A-Pinch Hit For Mullin In 4th Inning

B-Pinch Hit For Zoldak In 5th Inning

C-Pinch Hit For Hollingsworth In 7th Inning

 

Browns.......... 0 0 0  0 0 0  0 0 0  -  0  4  2

Tigers.......... 4 0 4  3 0 3  3 6    - 23 23  1

 

Browns (0-3)             IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA

D.Galehouse LOSS(0-1)     2 2/3   6   8   8   2   3   1  68  27.00

S.Ferens                  0 1/3   3   3   1   1   1   0  22   3.86

S.Zoldak                  1       1   0   0   0   1   0  23   0.00

E.Kinder                  1       0   0   0   2   2   0  24   0.00

A.Lamacchia               0 2/3   4   3   3   0   0   0  22  20.25

A.Hollingswo              0 1/3   0   0   0   0   0   0   3   0.00

O.Miller                  2       9   9   8   2   1   1  76  36.00

Totals                    8      23  23  20   7   8   2

 

Tigers (3-0)             IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA

A.Benton WIN(1-0)         9       4   0   0   2   6   0 125   0.00

Totals                    9       4   0   0   2   6   0

 

ATTENDANCE- 18,987 DATE- Thursday, April 18th 1946 TIME- Day WEATHER- Average

UMPIRES- Hal Weafer, Joe Paparella, Bill Summers, Bill Grieve

T- 2:56

LEFT ON BASE- Browns: 6  Tigers: 8

DOUBLE PLAYS- Browns: 1  Tigers: 1

ERRORS- J.Lucadello, L.Finney, E.Lake

DOUBLES- E.Lake(1st), B.McCosky(1st), P.Higgins-2(2nd), A.Benton

TRIPLES- P.Richards(1st)

HOME RUNS- P.Mullin(2nd), R.Cullenbine(1st)

RBIs- E.Lake(1st), B.McCosky(1st), H.Greenberg-2(7th), D.Wakefield(1st),

      P.Mullin-4(8th), R.Cullenbine-4(4th), P.Higgins-4(5th), P.Richards-2(2nd),

      A.Benton-2

SACRIFICE FLIES- H.Greenberg

WALKS- L.Finney, M.Christman, E.Lake, E.Mayo-2, H.Greenberg-2, D.Wakefield,

       P.Richards

STRIKE OUTS- A.Zarilla, W.Judnich, C.Stevens-2, D.Galehouse, V.Stephens, E.Lake,

             B.McCosky-2, D.Wakefield, P.Higgins, P.Richards, A.Benton-2

GIDP- A.Zarilla, P.Richards

WILD PITCHES- A.Lamacchia

2-out RBI- P.Mullin-4, P.Higgins-2, P.Richards, E.Lake, R.Cullenbine,

           A.Benton-2

RLISP 2-out- C.Stevens-2, E.Lake-2, P.Richards, H.Greenberg, E.Mayo, A.Benton

TEAM RISP- Browns: 0 for 3  Tigers: 13 for 27

 

Al Benton had a strong outing and Pinky Higgins had 4 hits and 4 RBI at Briggs

Stadium as the Detroit Tigers belted the St. Louis Browns by the count of 23

to 0.

 

Higgins made sure the Detroit fans enjoyed themselves.  He doubled plating two

runs in the 3rd inning, banged out a single bringing in a run in the 6th

inning, lined a base-hit in the 7th inning and doubled in the 8th inning.

Detroit bats were hot in the 1st inning when they had 4 runs on 4 hits, the

3rd inning which saw them plate 4 runs on 4 hits and the 8th inning with 6

runs on 6 hits.  Detroit dominated offensively as they scored in 6 different

innings. 

 

Benton(1-0) was credited with the shutout, his first of the year. Denny

Galehouse(0-1) was the losing pitcher.  He got hit pretty hard, allowing 6

hits and 2 walks in 2 and 2/3 innings.



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85.Griffith Stadium, Washington D.C., June 23, 1925 - The Yankees slugger Babe Ruth advances to 3rd .jpg

one of the few good pictures of Griffiths field I could find - albeit not from 1946 era

GAME NOTES   Thu, Apr 18, 1946

Boston RedSox (2-0) VS. Washington Senators (0-2)

 

STANDINGS

Boston - Overall: 2-01.000  1st place,    Road: 2-01.000  Vs. Right: 2-01.000

Washington - Overall: 0-2 .000  7th place,    Home: 0-2 .000  Vs. Left: 0-0 ----

 

STARTERS            G GS  W  L   Pct   R  ER   ERA    IP   H  BB IBB  SO HR

M.Harris (L)        0  0  0  0  ----   0   0  ----   0.0   0   0   0   0  0

R.Scarborough (R)   0  0  0  0  ----   0   0  ----   0.0   0   0   0   0  0

 

CURRENT SERIES DETAILS

Tue, Apr 16, 1946  Day Game  Boston 6-9-0, Washington 5-11-1

                   WIN:T.Hughson (1-0)     SAVE:E.Johnson (1st)     LOSS:M.Pieretti (0-1)

Wed, Apr 17, 1946  Day Game  Boston 9-20-1, Washington 2-7-2

                   WIN:D.Ferriss (1-0)     LOSS:W.Masterson (0-1)

Thu, Apr 18, 1946  Day Game  Mickey Harris (L) (0-0, ----) vs. Ray Scarborough (R) (0-0, ----)

 

BALLPARK INFO - Griffith Stadium

WEATHER: GOOD 

TIME: Day Game

 

HITTING STREAKS - 5+ GAMES

No current hitting streaks to display

 

WHO'S HOT - BEST IN LAST 10 DAYS

BATTER         TM  AVG AB  H RB BB HR  PITCHER        TM IP  H ER BB Ks HR WLS

T.Williams    BOA .333  6  2  1  5  0  E.Johnson     BOA  1  0  0  0  1  0 001

J.Pesky       BOA .500  8  4  2  3  0  D.Ferriss     BOA  7  6  1  1  4  0 100

R.York        BOA .444  9  4  5  0  0  S.Hudson      WAA  6  5  1  3  2  0 000

J.Sanford     WAA1.000  1  1  0  0  0  C.Dreisewerd  BOA  2  1  0  2  0  0 000

B.Doerr       BOA .636 11  7  3  0  0  V.Curtis      WAA  1  1  0  1  0  0 000

 

WHO'S NOT - WORST IN LAST 10 DAYS

BATTER         TM  AVG AB  H RB BB HR  PITCHER        TM IP  H ER BB Ks HR WLS

L.Culberson   BOA .000  1  0  0  0  0  W.Masterson   WAA  2  9  8  1  2  0 010

M.Guerra      WAA .000  2  0  0  0  0  M.Pieretti    WAA  2  5  1  3  0  0 010

J.Kuhel       WAA .000  1  0  0  0  0  J.Niggeling   WAA  1  2  0  1  1  0 000

G.Metkovich   BOA .091 11  1  0  0  0  R.Wolff       WAA  5  5  4  4  2  0 000

C.Travis      WAA .143  7  1  0  0  0  T.Hughson     BOA  8 11  5  1  7  1 100



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BOXSCORE: 1946 Boston RedSox At 1946 Washington Senators            4/18/1946

 

  RedSox             AB  R  H RBI AVG     Senators           AB  R  H RBI AVG

  D.Dimaggio CF       5  3  2  0 .467     G.Torres 3B         4  0  0  0 .000 

  J.Pesky SS          6  2  4  0 .571     B.Lewis RF          4  1  1  0 .231 

  T.Williams LF       4  2  2  2 .400     S.Spence CF         4  0  2  0 .308 

  B.Doerr 2B          5  1  3  2 .625     J.Sanford 1B        4  1  1  1 .400 

  R.York 1B           5  0  1  1 .357     C.Travis SS         4  0  1  0 .182 

  G.Metkovich RF      4  0  0  1 .067     J.Heath LF          4  1  1  0 .273 

  E.Andres 3B         5  1  0  0 .182     J.Priddy 2B         4  0  1  0 .273 

  F.Pytlak C          4  1  1  0 .250     A.Evans C           3  0  2  2 .500 

  M.Harris P          3  0  1  1 .333     R.Scarborough P     2  0  0  0 .000 

                                          V.Curtis P          0  0  0  0 ---- 

                                          J.Niggeling P       0  0  0  0 ---- 

                                        A-M.Guerra PH         1  0  0  0 .000 

                                          B.Kennedy P         0  0  0  01.000 

                                          S.Hudson P          0  0  0  0 .000 

                                          M.Pieretti P        0  0  0  0 ---- 

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

         Totals      41 10 14  7                 Totals      34  3  9  3

 

A-Pinch Hit For Niggeling In 7th Inning

 

RedSox.......... 1 1 0  0 1 2  0 4 1  - 10 14  0

Senators........ 0 1 0  0 1 1  0 0 0  -  3  9  3

 

RedSox (3-0)             IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA

M.Harris WIN(1-0)         9       9   3   3   0   4   0 129   3.00

Totals                    9       9   3   3   0   4   0

 

Senators (0-3)           IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA

R.Scarboroug LOSS(0-1)    5 1/3   9   5   4   3   3   1 106   6.75

V.Curtis                  0       0   0   0   2   0   0   9   0.00

J.Niggeling               1 2/3   0   0   0   0   1   0  17   0.00

B.Kennedy                 0       2   3   3   1   0   0  16  54.00

S.Hudson                  1       2   2   2   3   0   0  36   3.86

M.Pieretti                1       1   0   0   0   0   0  14   2.70

Totals                    9      14  10   9   9   4   1

 

ATTENDANCE- 12,526 DATE- Thursday, April 18th 1946 TIME- Day WEATHER- Good

UMPIRES- Charlie Berry, , Cal Hubbard, George Pipgras

T- 2:50

LEFT ON BASE- RedSox:14  Senators: 4

DOUBLE PLAYS- RedSox: 1  Senators: 1

ERRORS- J.Sanford, C.Travis, R.Scarborough

DOUBLES- J.Pesky-2(2nd), B.Doerr(3rd), R.York(1st), M.Harris, S.Spence(2nd),

         A.Evans(1st)

HOME RUNS- T.Williams(1st)

RBIs- T.Williams-2(3rd), B.Doerr-2(5th), R.York(6th), G.Metkovich(1st),

      M.Harris, J.Sanford(1st), A.Evans-2(2nd)

SACRIFICE HITS- M.Harris

WALKS- D.Dimaggio, T.Williams-2, B.Doerr, R.York, G.Metkovich-2, F.Pytlak,

       M.Harris

STRIKE OUTS- D.Dimaggio, G.Metkovich, M.Harris-2, C.Travis-2, J.Heath, J.Priddy

GIDP- R.York, J.Sanford

WILD PITCHES- V.Curtis, S.Hudson

2-out RBI- T.Williams, M.Harris, A.Evans, R.York

RLISP 2-out- R.York, J.Pesky, E.Andres-2, G.Metkovich-3, J.Heath, G.Torres,

             D.Dimaggio-2

TEAM RISP- RedSox: 7 for 21  Senators: 2 for 8

 

Ted Williams went yard and had 2 RBI and Mickey Harris had a complete game at

Griffith Stadium as the Boston RedSox beat the Washington Senators by the

count of 10 to 3.

 

Boston wasted no time and took the lead in the first inning scoring a single

run utilizing 2 base hits.  After two outs Williams single-handedly provided

a rally, as he belted a solo home run.  Offensively, Boston was a juggernaut.

They scored in 6 separate innings. 

 

Harris(1-0) was the winner allowing 3 runs for the game. Ray Scarborough(0-1)

was the loser.  He allowed a few too many baserunners giving up 9 hits and 3

walks in 5 and 1/3 innings. 



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1946 Rudy York .jpg

This week marked the anniversary of a trade that worked out pretty good for the Red Sox. Seventy-one years ago this week, the Tigers traded Rudy York to the Red Sox for infielder Eddie Lake. York helped lead the Red Sox to the 1946 American League pennant, hitting .276 with 17 home runs and 119 RBI. In a losing cause, he also hit two important home runs in the 1946 World Series: a 10th-inning game-winner in Game One, and a three-run winner in the Game Three. Lets see how he does in this replay



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"one of the few good pictures of Griffiths field I could find - albeit not from 1946 era"

Here are the two I've used in recent years:

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