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38 Yanks split 4 games with 24 Senators

Game 1

 123   456   789   1011   FHE
38 Yanks (29-23)130001300008141
24 Senators (32-19)0030120200210102

     A very sloppy game won by Washington when Hack Wilson delivered a 2 out, 2 run home run in the bottom of the 11th inning. It was Wilson's second homer of the contest, upping his season total to 22.

     Three Yankee hurlers combined to walk 16 battersin this game. New York also had a pair of runners gunned down at the plate. Gehrig and Henrich homered for the Yanks.

Pearson7IP8H9W1K5ER1HR 
Andrews1IP1H3W 2ER  
Murphy L(2-3)2 2/3IP1H4W1K2ER1HR 

     Henrich 2-3 2r rbi 2B HR(7)  Gordon 2-6 r 2rbi 2-2B  Rolfe 3-6 r 2B  Gehrig 1-5 r 2rbi HR(11)  Ruth 1-4 r 2rbi 2B  Dimaggio 2-5  Pearson 1-3 rbi   ( 38 Yanks )

Marberry7IP10H5W4K7ER2HR 
Zahniser1IP1H1W    
Russell W(4-1)3IP3H2W    

     Wilson 2-4 4r 5rbi 2HR(21,22)  Rice 4-7 r 2B  Goslin 2-4 3r rbi 3B   ( 24 Senators )

Game 2

 123   456   789   FHE
38 Yanks (29-24)0041000027101
24 Senators (32-19)0000110013105

     Chandler pitched a complete game for the victory. Martina suffered the set back going 8 1/3 innings.

     Dickey led the way for New York, getting 3 hits, including a grand slam in the third frame. All ten Washington hits were singles.

Chandler W(8-2)9IP10H4W3K2ER  

     Dickey 3-4 r 5rbi HR(8)(GS)  Ruth 2-5 r rbi 2B  Rolfe 1-4 r rbi 2B  Gehrig 2-4 r  Dimaggio 1-5 r 2B   ( 38 Yanks )

Martina L(3-3)8 1/3IP10H4W4K6ER1HR 
Speece   2/3IP      

     Rice 2-5 rbi  Peckinpaugh 2-4 rMartina 2-3  Goslin 2-4   ( 24 Senators )

Game 3

 123   456   789   FHE
38 Yanks (30-24)4000000037120
24 Senators (33-20)000000000021

     Hadley was spectacular, tossing a complete game, 2 hit shut out. Mogridge took the loss, going 8 innings.

     Ruth backed Hadley's effort with a 2 run double, and a 2 run homer. Crosetti added 3 hits, scoring twice for New York.

Hadley W(5-1)9IP2H5W3K0ERSO(1) 

     Ruth 2-5 2r 4rbi 2B HR(9)  Crosetti 3-5 2r 2B 3B  Dickey 2-3 r rbi  Dimaggio 2-5 r 2B   ( 38 Yanks )

Mogridge L(6-3)8IP10H2W3K4ER  
Ogden1IP2H2W1K 1HR 

     Wilson 1-2 2B   ( 24 Senators )

Game 4

 123   456   789   FHE
38 Yanks (31-24)3000200005131
24 Senators (33-21)0201010026102

     Both teams sent their ace to the mound for the series finale, unfortunately neither had a good game. W. Johnson struggled through 8 innings, allowing 13 hits, but got a no decision. Ruffing had his second straight bad outing, going 8 1/3 innings, and taking the loss. Russell won his second game of the series with 1 inning of relief.

     Dimaggio had 4 hits for the Yanks and Ruth drove home 3 runs with a sac fly and a home run.

     Ruffing started the ninth inning in line for the win. Rice led off with a single. Harris flew out. Goslin was hit with a pitch. Wilson plated the tying run with a single. Andrews relieved Ruffing and Judge spanked his offering for a walk off single, hanging the loss on Ruffing.

Ruffing L(9-3)8 1/3IP9H5W2K6ER  
Andrews0IP1H     

     Dimaggio 4-5 r 2B  Gehrig 2-3 r rbi 2B  Ruth 1-4 r 3rbi HR(10)  Crosetti 2-5  Rolfe 1-4 2r   ( 38 Yanks )

W. Johnson8IP13H2W7K4ER1HR 
Russell W(5-1)1IP 1W1K   

     Bluege 3-4 r rbi  Wilson 2-5 rbi  W. Johnson 1-2 rbi  Rice 1-5 r 2rbi   ( 24 Senators )



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Nice game for Bump Hadley! Ironically I usually think of him as being a Washington Senator.

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16 WALKS!!!!! That game must have taken forever to play.



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Nitrous Oxide wrote:

Nice game for Bump Hadley! Ironically I usually think of him as being a Washington Senator.


 Thanks! He was in control the whole game.



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Tall Tactician wrote:

16 WALKS!!!!! That game must have taken forever to play.


 It took about 40 minutes to play! I was going somewhere in about a half hour and decided I had time to get the game in before leaving. Needless to say, I ran a little latesmile



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61 Tigers take 2 of 3 from 20WS

Game 1

 123   456   789   FHE
61 Tigers (22-27)000000000061
20 WS(20-33)00400000x492

     Cicotte white washed the Tigers in the series opener, allowing 6 singles and no free passes. Lary also went the distance, taking the loss. Two of the four Sox' runs were unearned.

     E. Collins continued his hot hitting, lacing a trio of doubles and scoring once.

Lary L(4-7)8IP9H1W2K2ER  

     Bruton 3-4   ( 61 Tigers )

Cicotte W(6-5)9IP6H0W2K0ERSO(1) 

     E. Collins 3-3 r 3-2B  J. Jackson 1-4 r rbi  Foxx 1-4 r rbi  Weaver 2-4 rbi   ( 20 WS )

Game 2

 123   456   789   FHE
61 Tigers (22-28)2100000306131
20 WS (21-33)0100011025101

     Detroit had to hold on for the win, as Chicago staged a rally in the ninth, falling a run short. Bunning was the winning pitcher, throwing 7 innings before being removed for a pinch hitter. Kerr took the loss, going 8 innings.

     Morton's pinch hit single in the eighth inning drove home Bruton with the go ahead run. Morton moved to second on the throw home. Wood followed with a run scoring double, and 1 out later scored on Cash's single.

     Fox relieved Bunning and tossed a 1-2-3 eighth inning. The ninth was a whole different story. E. Collins led off with a walk. J. Jackson and Felsch were both retired, and Fox was an out away from nailing down the save. Foxx drew a walk and Weaver lashed his fifth single of the game, loading the bases for S. Collins. Shano ripped a 2 run single, cutting the lead to a run. Schalk popped out to end the game.

A side note: If S. Collins was N against righties his single would have been a walk off grand slam.

Bunning W(8-5)7IP8H5W4K3ER1HR 
Fox SV(7)2IP2H2W 2ER  

     Wood 3-5 r rbi 2B  Bruton 2-5 2r 2-2B  Cash 2-4 2rbi  Kaline 2-5 2r  Morton 1-1 r rbi (PH)  Rosen 1-4 rbi   ( 61 Tigers )

Kerr L(4-7)8IP12H5W2K6ER  
Payne1IP1H 2K   

     Weaver 5-5 rbi  J. Jackson 2-5 r  E. Collins 1-3 r  Felsch 1-5 r rbi HR(7)  S. Collins 1-5 2rbi   ( 20 WS )

Game 3

 123   456   789   FHE
61 Tigers (23-28)62010202114171
20 WS (21-34)000100100281

     The Tigers jumped on L. Williams early, batting around in the first inning. Williams lasted just 4 innings as Detroit mauled Chicago pitching in the series finale. Kline took advantage of the offensive outburst, tossing a complete game for the win. The 3-5 hitters in Detroit's order combined to go 11-14, 11 runs, and 9 rbis with 3 homers.

PLAYERAB   R   H   RBI 
Wood511 S,W
Kaline611 S
Cash5543S,S,HR(9),HR(10),W
Rosen54432B,HR(11),S,S,W
Colavito32332B,S,S,W,sac fly
Fernandez51222B,S
Bruton5 11S
Roarke5 112B
Kline3   W,W
Kline W(3-5)9IP8H3W6K2ER  

( 61 Tigers )

L. Willaims L(6-6)4IP10H4W1K9ER1HR 
Lowdermilk2IP3H2W1K2ER1HR 
Payne3IP4H 2K2ER1HR 

     E. Collins 2-5  J. Jackson 1-4 rbi 2B  McMullin 1-2 r 3B   ( 20 WS )



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48 Indians split 4 games with 69 Twins

Game 1

 123   456   789   FHE
48 Indians (34-17)42100203012160
69 Twins (22-29)000000000040

     Cleveland came out swinging, pounding 16 hits against 4 Minnesota hurlers, to take the first game of the series. Meanwhile, Lemon was being stingy to the Twin's hitters, tossing a complete game shut out.

     The Indians also blasted 3 home runs in the contest, and every batter but Mantle had at least 1 hit.

Lemon W(7-4)9IP4H1W5K0ERSO(1) 

     Gordon 3-5 2r 3rbi HR(10)  Mitchell 3-4 3r rbi 3B  Boudreau 3-4 2r 2rbi 2B  Keltner 3-5 2r 2rbi  Doby 2-5 r rbi HR(10)  E. Robinson 1-5 r 3rbi HR(7)   ( 48 Indians )

Chance L(2-3)3IP9H1W1K7ER2HR 
Worthington2IP4H1W4K2ER  
Grzenda3IP3H 3K3ER1HR 
Woodson1IP  1K   

     Tovar 1-4 2B   ( 69 Twins )

Game 2

 123   456   789   FHE
48 Indians (36-17)0002111038150
69 Twins (22-30)000000000050

     Once again, Cleveland battered the opposing pitchers, and got another stellar performance from their starter. Feller went all the way, shutting out the Twins for the second straight game. J. Perry took the loss.

     There was bad news for the Tribe, as they lost both Gordon and Boudreau to injury, for 2 and 3 games respectively.

Feller W(8-4)9IP5H2W7K0ERSO(1) 

     Doby 3-5 2rbi 2B  Mantle 3-5 2r rbi  Mitchell 3-5 r 2B  Boudreau 2-4 r rbi 2B 3B  E. Robinson 2-5 r 2rbi  Hegan 1-5 r 2rbi HR(6)   ( 48 Indians )

J. Perry L(4-4)6IP9H0W4K4ER1HR 
B. Miller2IP3H1W1K1ER  
Worthington1IP3H1W 3ER  

     Carew 1-4 2B  Oliva 1-4 2B  Uhlaender 1-3 2B   ( 69 Twins )

INJURY- Boudreau- 3 Games   ( 48 Indians )

INJURY- Gordon- 2 Games    ( 48 Indians )

Game 3

 123   456   789   FHE
48 Indians (37-17)001000000130
69 Twins (22-31)00021200x5100

     The Twins got a great start from Boswell, who went all the way for the win. Boswell silenced the Cleveland bats on a 3 hitter. Muncrief made his first start for Cleveland, taking the loss.

     R.Reese and Cardenas each hit 2 run homers for Minnesota.

Muncrief L(1-1)4 1/3IP6H2W5K3ER1HR 
Paige2 2/3IP3H2W 2ER1HR 
Christopher1IP1H 1K   

     Doby 1-4 rbi 3B  Berardino 1-2 r 2B   ( 48 Indians )

Boswell W(4-9)9IP3H3W4K1ER  

     R. Reese 3-4 2r 2rbi HR(5)  Cardenas 1-4 r 2rbi HR(8)  Torre 2-4 r  Oliva 2-4 2B   ( 69 Twins )

Game 4

 123   456   789   FHE
48 Indians (37-18)000010200361
69 Twins (23-31)03010023x970

     Hall went 7 innings for the victory, outpitching Bearden, who took the loss. Control was an issue for the Cleveland hurler, as he issued 10 free passes in 6 1/3 innings of work.

     Torre homered and drove home 3 runs for the Twins, and Tovar and Cardenas each plated a pair of runs.

     Mantle and Bearden homered for Cleveland.

Bearden L(6-3)6 1/3IP6H10W3K6ER  
Christopher1 2/3IP1H1W1K3ER1HR 

     Bearden 1-3 r 2rbi HR  Mantle 1-3 r rbi HR(16)  Mitchell 2-4  Kennedy 2-4 2B   ( 48 Indians )

Hall W(5-1)7IP5H5W3K3ER2HR 
Perranoski SV(6)2IP1H 2K   

     Cardenas 3-4 r 2rbi  Torre 1-2 3r 3rbi HR(12)  Killebrew 1-4 r rbi 2B  Tovar 1-4 r 2rbi  Carew 1-4 r 2B   ( 69 Twins )



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61 Reds split 2 with 34 Cards

Game 1

 123   456   789   FHE
61 Reds (23-28)1100200004101
34 Cards (23-30)001000004560

     The Cards rallied in the bottom of the ninth, making a winner of D. Dean. Diz was in line to drop his 10th decision of the season before the rally. O'Toole went 8+ innings for the Reds and Henry relieved and took the loss.

     O'Toole started the ninth by allowing S. Davis' single. Walks to Orsatti and Rothrock ended O'Toole's day, and Henry came on in relief. Durocher whiffed, but Whitehead drilled a 2 run , pinch hit single. A walk to Martin filled the sacks. Frisch grounded to short, for what looked to be a game ending DP, but Kasko booted the ball, allowing the tyin run to score. Simmons then delivered a single for the game winner.

D. Dean W(5-9)9IP10H3W0K4ER1HR 

     Whitehead 1-1 r 2rbi (PH)  Martin 1-3 r 2B  Frisch 1-5 rbi 2B   ( 34 Cards )

O'Toole8IP4H6W5K3ER  
Henry L(0-3)1/3IP2H1W1K1ER  

     Kasko 3-5 r rbi  O'Toole 3-4 r  F. Robinson 2-5 2rbi 2B  Coleman 1-4 r rbi HR(5)  Pinson 1-5 r 3B   ( 61 Reds )

Game 2

 123   456   789   FHE
61 Reds (23-29)1000300004100
34 Cards (24-30)000100001273

     The Cards couldn't do it again for brother Paul. Cincy managed to hold on for the win as Hunt twirled 8+ innings. This time, Henry recorded the save with a perfect inning of relief.

     Bench had 3 hits and drove home a pair of runs to lead the Reds.

     R. Collins and Delancey homered for St. Louis.

P. Dean L(6-5)9IP10H1W14K3ER  

     R. Collins 1-4 r rbi HR(10)  Delancey 1-3 r rbi HR(5)  Medwick 2-4 2-2B  Frisch 2-4   ( 34 Cards )

Hunt W(2-4)8IP7H2W6K2ER2HR 
Henry SV(6)1IP  2K   

     Bench 3-5 r 2rbi 2B  Kasko 2-4 r  Cardenas 1-4 2B  Hunt 1-4 2B   ( 61 Reds )

INJURY- Durocher- 3 Games   ( 34 Cards )



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The injuries to Boudreau and Gordon really hurt the Tribe in the final two games.

Splitting with the Dean Brothers is not easily achieved when playing against the 1934 Tigers.



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Tall Tactician wrote:

The injuries to Boudreau and Gordon really hurt the Tribe in the final two games.

Splitting with the Dean Brothers is not easily achieved when playing against the 1934 Tigers.


 Those injuries really did hurt the Tribe. Both players were stroking the ball well, plus losing a pair of 1 rated defenders



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79 Pirates take 2 from 62 Giants

Game 1

 123   456   789   FHE
62 Giants (29-27)000001000151
79 Pirates (25-27)20002002x692

     Guidry handcuffed the Giants' hitters, allowing only an unearned run on 5 hits in throwing a complete game. O'Dell took the loss, pitching 7 1/3 innings.

     The Bucs scored a pair of unearned runs in the first inning to give Guidry a lead. With 1 out, Pagan kicked Foli's ground ball. Parker lined a double to center field and Foli did not challenge Mays' arm. Stargell struck out, but B. Robinson lined a clutch 2 out, 2 run single. "Bojangles" would add another rbi single in the fifth inning.

Guidry W(8-2)9IP5H1W5K0ER  

     B. Robinson 2-4 3rbi  Foli 2-4 2r rbi  Moreno 1-4 r rbi  Parker 1-4 r 2B  Garner 1-4 r 2B   ( 79 Pirates )

O'Dell L(3-9)7 1/3IP9H0W4K4ER  
S. Miller   2/3IP  1K   

     Pagan 2-3  Kuenn 1-4 2B   ( 62 Giants )

Game 2

 123   456   789   FHE
62 Giants (29-28)000000100142
79 Pirates (26-27)00000012x390

     Kison gave Pittsburgh another solid start, going 7 innings, allowing 4 hits. One of the hits surrendered was a home run by Cepeda in the seventh that put the Giants in front. It looked like that would be all the support that Marichal would need, as he was also tossing goose eggs.

     With 2 outs in the bottom of the seventh Moreno walked and stole second. Foli lined a single to left field and Moreno scored easily to tie the game. Kison was removed for a pinch hitter and Tekulve was now the pitcher of record.

     After setting the Giants down without a run in the eighth, Pittsburgh again struck for unearned runs. Stargell led off by grounding to Pagan who muffed the ball for an error. B. Robinson drew a walk, and Madlock laid down a bunt to advance both runners.  Garner lined a single to score both runners. Marichal then retired the final 2 hitters.

     Teke retired the Giants in order for the win.

Kison7IP4H1W2K1ER1HR 
Tekulve W(2-4)2IP 1W1K   

     Garner 1-4 2rbi  Moreno 2-3 r  Foli 2-4 rbi  Madlock 2-3   ( 79 Pirates )

Marichal L(5-7)8IP9H2W7K1ER  

     Cepeda 1-4 r rbi HR(10)  F. Alou 2-4   ( 62 Giants )



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53 Dodgers stretch their lead by sweeping 4 from 69 Cubs

Game 1

 123   456   789   FHE
53 Dodgers (30-19)0100000225100
69 Cubs (20-31)000010000180

     "Doc" Gooden rolled on, tossing a complete game for his 8th victory of the year. All  of the Cubs' hits were singles. Selma went 7 2/3 innings for the loss.

     Gilliam tripled twice, scoring once and driving home a run for Brooklyn.

     Santo figured out Gooden, going 4-4 with a rbi for the Cubs.

Gooden W(8-2)9IP8H1W14K1ER  

     Gilliam 2-4 r rbi 2-3B  Snider 2-4 2r  Hodges 1-4 2rbi  P. Reese 1-4 rbi   ( 53 Dodgers )

Selma L(3-5)7 2/3IP7H5W7K3ER  
Regan1 1/3IP3H  2ER  

     Santo 4-4 rbi  Beckert 1-2 r   ( 69 Cubs )

Game 2

 123   456   789   FHE
53 Dodgers (31-19)0000130004100
69 Cubs (20-32)000100000131

     Erskine followed Gooden's complete game with one of his own, allowing only 3 hits and 1 run. Jenkins took the loss, going 8 innings.

     J. Robinson rapped 4 hits with a rbi and Morgan, starting for Cox, had a pair of safties and 2 runs batted in.

Erskine W(7-3)9IP3H2W7K1ER  

     J. Robinson 4-5 rbi 2B  Morgan 2-4 r 2rbi  Furillo 1-4 r rbi 2B   ( 53 Dodgers )

Jenkins L(6-8)8IP10H1W8K4ER  
Aguirre1IP 1W    

     Sosa 1-3 rbi 2B  Beckert 1-2 r   ( 69 Cubs )

Game 3

 123   456   789   101112   FHE
53 Dodgers (32-19)1100200000037130
69 Cubs (20-33)0010300000004102

     Snider's 2 run single  in the fifth inning put Brooklyn ahead 4-1. Sosa then slammed a 3 run shot in the bottom half inning to tie the score. The teams would then trade zeros until the 12th. Abernathy was pitching for Chicago, and P. Reese led off with a walk. J. Robinson's ground out moved Reese to second base. Snider lined a single, scoring Reese with the go ahead run. Campanella followed with a 2 run blast, giving the Dodgers a 3 run lead.

     Hughes pitched a 1-2-3 inning for the win.

Loes6IP8H1W6K4ER1HR 
Milliken2IP1H 1K   
Labine2IP1H1W    
Hughes W(1-2)2IP  2K   

     Snider 2-5 r 4rbi  Campanella 1-6 r 2rbi HR(12)  Gilliam 2-5 r 2B  Hodges 2-6 r 3B  Furillo 2-3 rbi   ( 53 Dodgers )

Hands9IP10H1W3K2ER  
Abernathy L(0-4)2 1/3IP3H1W 3ER1HR 
Regan   2/3IP      

     Sosa 1-5 r 3rbi HR(17)  B. Williams 2-6 r  Beckert 2-6 r 2B  Kessinger 1-6 rbi 2B   ( 69 Cubs )

INJURY- Furillo- 1 Game   ( 53 Dodgers )

Game 4

 123   456   789   FHE
53 Dodgers (33-19)300000000380
69 Cubs (20-34)000000100182

     The Dodgers scored all 3 runs in the first inning with 2 outs, and Roe made the score stand up, tossing a complete game for the win. Holtzman took the loss, going 8 innings.

     J. Robinson doubled with 2 outs in the first. Campanella brought home the run with a double. Snider then banged a 2 run homer.

     Sosa hit his 18th home run for Chicago's lone run.

Roe W(4-4)9IP8H0W7K1ER1HR 

     Snider 3-5 r 2rbi 2B HR(13)  Campanella 2-5 r rbi 2-2B  J. Robinson 1-4 r 2B   ( 53 Dodgers )

Holtzman L(3-10)8IP7H5W6K3ER1HR 
Aguirre1IP1H 1K   

     Sosa 2-4 r rbi HR(18)  Kessinger 2-4   ( 69 Cubs )



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nacster wrote:

Gooden is God


 I think he'll appear a few times on the leader boardswink



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