19500119 The Berkshire Eagle (Pittsfield, Massachusetts) Thursday, January 19, 1950 p24 CLIP

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19500119 The Berkshire Eagle (Pittsfield, Massachusetts) Thursday, January 19, 1950 p24 CLIP - Masuga Most Effective Hurler in Loop Indians 9...
Masuga Most Effective Hurler in Loop Indians 9 Ace Pitcher Had ' 2.20 Earned-Run Average Automotive Masuga Pitched Most Shutouts and Most Complete Games--Erickson Made Best Record for Wins and Losses By JOHN M. PLYNN Sports Editor of The Eagle John Masuga of the Pittsfield Indians and Hal Erickson « Quebec carried off the pitching honors in the Canadian- American Ledgue for 1949, the official averages, compiled by the Eliaa Baseball Bureau of New York and announced by Albert E. Houghton, president of the loop, show. . H*WI Ore** Seeuon * ~~ Sacred Heart And Celtics Win In Intermediate Two unimportant games in the race for the pennant were played in the Intermediate League at the Boys' Club last night. In the opener opener Sacred Heart downed the Kig- miea 45-39, and In the second game the Celtics defeated the Atomic Bombs 42-31. Led by Walt Lynch, Sacred Heart finally beat a battling Kigmie five in the last minutes of the final canto. Lynch had 17 points, many of them very fancy, and played a sound defensive ball game. Costello P i t t s field's sensational right iMUtter had the lowest earned run average, 2.20, and the veteran right-hander of the pennant-win ning combine had the best percent «ge, .778, he having won 21 garni and dropped six. Erickson was second to Masug* In the earned-run averages wit! 2.29. , He struck out more opposin] 'batters than any other pitcher SOP; and won the moat games, 21. Masuga In addition to having the average, tied pitching the lowest earned - run with Erickson for most complete games, 24; hurled the most shutouts, 7; and was the on]f pitcher to pitch a no-hit game Schenectady Blue Jays were "his victims here July 4, when he whitewashed whitewashed them 8-0. He also broke a league r e c o r d when he twirled seven shutouts. The previous record record was six, set by Carl DeRose of Amsterdam in 1942. Masuga had for a fourth-place * 20-8 record team. John O'Donnell. G1 o v « r sville lofty, «nd Arch Luba, Schenectady, ·eveh appeared in 39 moat for any pitchers. games, the Alex Danel- Saena* Heart B. F. P Lynch, Slanlej ley. If Ishen, Quebec, started the most games, 32; hurled the most Innings, 254; and faced the most baU- men, 981. Jim Faircloth of Rome gave up the- most runs, allowing 151 opponents opponents to tally. He also gave up the most hita, 254; the most sacrifice hits, 23; and lost the most games, IT. Jim Kelly, Pittsfield right-hand- er, allowed the most earned runs, 113. Tom McMullen, Three Rivers Royals, was the wildest man on the mound, giving up 149 passes. Alfred Alfred Meau of Quebec finished up 28 games, making more relief appear-j FUpl tt ances than any other pitcher, al- Ferguson, lg 3 shone out for the losers as he col-1 toul trv - Lenox Quintet Scores 12th Straight Win Merchants in Eisy Victory Over Chicopce, 71-59 LENOJt-Th* Lenox Merchants continued to dominate baiketball activity In the county at they racked up their 12th straight win last night at the expense of the Chicopee Colonels, 71-59, at the Lenox High gym. Throughout the first quarter, It appeared as if the undefeated Merchants Merchants might have met their match as the Colonels led the entire period period and held a 15-13 edge at the first quarter. The Merchants tied It up at 15-all, but the Colonels went ahead with a quick basket. Once again the Merchants tied it up and this time the local team followed with a quick basket to take the lead. From a 19-17 count In favor of the Merchants, the local team held the lead throughout. In typical Merchants' fashion, the local club really started to move following the automatic and opened up the largest margin they held all night with a nine-point splurge while the Colonels' best was one Williams Beats North Adams Teachers, 66-38 WILLTAMSTOWN -- Williams College basketball team defeated the North Adams State Teachers quintet, 66 to 38, at L*sell gymnasium gymnasium here last night. Harry Sheehy, Sheehy, purpl* center, put on a great show end tallied 19 markers on 7 floor, goals cad 5 foul*. George Dltmar. o( Pittsfield play«d left guard for Williams and scored ott* floor goal Lilly with 13 markers was high for North Adam*. The score: WliHiwa I :. r. V.I Lanon, 11 Morae, If Jackson, 11 Speck, rf Fraeer, it Avery, it Sheeny, t Puney, c Dltmar, If Shudt, Ig Smith, Ig Cramer, rt Btub, rg Fagerburg.rg »l Parts Jen, rg ZllClnardl. rg OlSoja, lg SILlpa, lg B 4 i i o 0 0 1 1 pa, f 3 0 8ILawton, · 0 D 01 White, e t 5 leiMumlonJ, e 3 s 9iLll]y, rf 1 0 a! 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Wilder Won 17 Games Ralph Wilder, Pittsfield portsid- ·r, won 17 games and lost 10. His earned average was 3.67. Don Minnick had a 7-2 record and a 3 99 earned-run mark. Cleo Lewright won and lost seven. His earned - run average was 4.46. Jim Kelly's record was 12-14 and hJs earned run mark 4.56. Bob Yuhas won four games and lost five and had an earned-run average of 4.85. Louis PalmLsiano of this city, who did some pitching for Quebec although his principal position was center field, had two wins and two losses. Walter Murray won six games and lost five. His earned-run mark was 5.50. Ken Freeman had a 3-9 record and his earned-run mark was 5.80. Alleaiio, c. Boglno, rg Bruno, Ig Yon, Ig Pelkey. rg Atomic Bombs B. f. P. 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 2 4 3 12 0 0 o o 1 ISlCorklns, rg 0 4 1 2 Lee, 0 2 1 9' Thompson, If 1 Gordon, It lAlIessio, rf Keenhle, rf ia « «' Time, S-mlnuta quarter*. 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