19490707 The Berkshire Eagle (Pittsfield, Massachusetts) Thursday, July 7, 1949 p20 CLIP

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19490707 The Berkshire Eagle (Pittsfield, Massachusetts) Thursday, July 7, 1949 p20 CLIP - e Berkshire Evening E«gle, Thnraday, July 7,...
e Berkshire Evening E«gle, Thnraday, July 7, 1949 Huwer's Home Run Pittstield Triumphs 12-11 After Losing Opener 8-0 Huwer Gets Eight Hits--Prentice Has Grand-Slant Homer and Castro Three Run Homer--Amsterdam Here Tonight By JOHN M. FLYNN Sports Editor of The Eagle Chuck Huwer's eighth hit out of 10 trips to the for the night, a homer over the right field fence down in the 10th inning, the score tied and nobody won for Pittsfield 12-H against the league-leading Braves at Wahconah Park last night giving Manager Hasson s men an even break in the double bill as the copped the seven-inning opener 8-0. The game was tnree times by rain before Huwer rewarded the fans remained to the finish. Kelly To Pitch Tonight With Bill Mooie, second baseman, baseman, out of action as the result of being hit on the head by a pitched ball Tuesday night, Jim Kelly, pitcher, played second base in the opening contest and Bob Hunter th« first-string c a t c h e r , was pressed into service at second for the nightcap as Kelly Is to hurl against Amsterdam here tonight Hunter had not fully recovered from being struck in the neck by a foul tip m Tuesday night's engagement. engagement. The visitors, although outhit nine to seven in the opener, had little difficulty taking that game as Alex Danelishen. was effective with men on bases, and 10 Indians were stranded on the paths. Bob Yuhas and Ken Freeman gave only seven hitiTmt th* visitors did not waste one of them In addition the Braves took advantage of many passes. Nightcap Full of Thrills The second ^ame, however, was a thriller from start to finish. After After the visitors had pushed over one run in the first frame the Indians came through with six m their half, a grand-slam homer over 'he left field fence by Boh Prentice being being the feature of that inning The Bra\es batted Walter Murray, the starting pitchei, out of the box m the t h u d innit.g and before that frame was over they also had belted Cleo Lew-right's offerings so MoBstWuts USItR SHAVES You can aee a TREET Blade's extra quality--and feel the ·moother shave it give*. For low ecet quality shaves YOU CAN'T ·EAT TREET! Single or double edge, enjoy a real treat with TREET! hard that Yuhas, who hurled fotu innings in the opener was again called on for mound duty Bob out the fire but Quebec registered eight runs in that huge fiame moved ahead 9-6 The Indians, however, had their fighting togs on and they lied count m the fouith when Johnny Castro clouted a homer over the left field barrier with two mates aboard. Result in Doubt to End Castro singled to right in the sixth and scored on Hutson's to right, putting Pittsfield ahead 10-9. Louis Palmisiano of this city, Quebec center fielder, who had a big night, belted a double to center t n the seventh, sending Joe Kosmski across the plate, making the score 10-10. Ralph Wilder wfes sent in as a pinch hitter for Bob Yuhas in Pittsfield's seventh with runners on third and first and rain threatening threatening to break up the game any minute. Ralph fanned for the out but he went on to become wmninj With pitcher one away in the eighth, Moose Shetler got two bases as Huwer slipped on the grass to field his drive Al Hamel singled w e n t ahead 11-10 Once more Indians fought back Castro was hit by a pitched ball Huwer a terrific double that hit Clem Fairell's sign in center field, good for a $5 ca«h prize and scoring Castro v.5th the tvmg tallj Fred Belmsky bore down and got the next three hatters In fact after Huwer's double Belmsky retirea eight Indians in a row until broke up the contest with the homer. The scores: Flrvt Game QUEBEC Kosmski. 2b Paltnlslano cf Elko rf tawinr If Shcller Ib Sinram. -Jb Hamel ss Wlton c Daneltshcn, p h pn n ,' 8 7 ,11 26 PITTSFIELD ab r h po 4 0 0 0 4 0 4 1 S 0 1 3 8 Castro, of Huwer, rf Hulson. If Hasvin. Ib 8 0 1 10 n Staton. 3b 3 e \ o 1 loskins. e S 0 1 2 0 Prentice, n * 0 1 1 4 Kellv. ib S 0 0 4 4 Tubas, v 1 0 0 0 0 freeman, p . 1 0 0 9 1 t 0 1 II u 0 O Palu fOtD IN lot AND 23« PACKAGES 28 0 » 21 IS 0 Quebec . OOS ISO 2--8 Runs baited in Palmisiano, Laninir 3, Alllop Shetler 2, Mnrain Ttto-base hits, Lawin? Hasson Three-base hits Pal- misiano Hamel Stolen base Shptler Double pla\s Palmisiano and Alltop Freeman Freeman and Prentice and Hasson Prentice »nd K c l l v and Hasson Kosmski and Hamel Left on bases, Quebec 0, Pittsfleld 10 Base on balls, off Danelishen 1 Yuhas Yuhas 5, Freeman 4 Struck out by Danel- isben 3. Yuhas 1. Hits, off Yuhas. 4 in Innings o out in "Hh. Freeman, 3 in A

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