Dougherty homers 1935 Miners

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Dougherty homers 1935 Miners - Miners Lose Capture Twilighter, 9 - 6 Dougherty...
Miners Lose Capture Twilighter, 9 - 6 Dougherty Also Hits for Circuit: Nelson Gets Even Break in Box; Kerdock Joins Outfi With four home runs over the right field wall adding to the discomfort of the nine pitchers tolling in the broil ing weather, Scranton and York split a doubleheader before a Ladies' Day crowd of 1,400 spectators at Athletic park yesterday. York's withering White Roses flour lshing in the hot sun took the opener, 11 to 6, "but the Miners came back with a 9 - 6 victory in the nightcap to continue firmly on the NYP League's Dinnacle. Ed Romerenko, towering 21 - year - old outfielder, cracked three of the homers to account for nine of York's 17 runs, Emmy Dougherty, West Bcranton flychaser making his debut In centerfield for the Miners, clouted the other circuit drive, a 400 - footer with Larry Fischer on base in the eighth inning of the twilighter. Francis "Tex" Nelson pitched In both games and came out with an even break. He started the opener and was poundsd for three singles and Romerenko's homer with two on the sacks for a total of four runs when he was yanked in favor of George "Three - Star" Hennessy. York pounded Hennessy for seven runs in the next three frames but was unable to locate him for a hit or a run in the last four. Only one White Rose got on first base in the last four - ninths of the tussle and he was Romerenko, who drew a walk and died on first, Romerenko clouted his second homer with one on in the fourth. 3 Runs Without Outfield Blow The Miners tallied three runs without without driving the ball out of the infield infield in the first inning, duplicating a stunt they pulled off two weeks ago. in driving Harry Schuman, a righthander, righthander, to cover before York made a putout. Walks and grounders brought in the runs. Virgil Brown, another righthander, who finished up, received credit for the win. . Bob Cooney, newly acquired Scranton Scranton righthander, started the second game. He yielded all of York's runs before Aubrey Epps pinched hit for him in the fifth. The score was tie when Cooney left the game and Ncl son, who relieved him and retired the Roses in order in the last two frames, was credited with the win. Martineck Crosses Strategy Scranton and York end their series today. Milt Shoffner likely will hurl for the Miners. Scranton's overworked pitching staff will get some help today. today. Sam Colacurcio, president of the Wilkes - Barre Barons, announced last night that Southpaw Johnny Kerdock Kerdock has been released to Scranton . . . Mike Martineck crossed up York's trategy in the sixth inning of the nightcap. With two Miners on the sacks, Joe Bokina sought to pass Mike purposely. He floated a wide one and Martineck reached out to slap the ball for a triple into left field. The hit ended York . . . Dougherty, visibly visibly nervous, had a hard day in the field but the fans were all with him. When he socked the homer the fans tood and cheered him wildly . . . Yasmel Morales started the second came in left field, relieved George Cornelias In the third inning in the box. After he was yanked in the same frame he returned to the outfield outfield . . . Romerenko had a tough day. He had only five hits and a alk in eight chances at the plate. Dougherty robbed him of another ex - a base wallop with a sparkling one - and stab on the dead run in the tpener , . . Big League Scouts Bib Falk, Red Sox; Heinle Groh, Giants, nd Bob Leach, Bees, watched the win - bill. (First Game) YORK , SCRANTON abrhoa ab r h o a nrra.2b 4 2 2 1 1 Madura. 2b 5 1114 tilornlps.lf 5 12 3 0 Yoter.3b 3 112 3 llaj.cf S 1 1 8 0 Fischer. rf 3 3 2 4 0 h pm n.3b 5 111 1 Nach'nd.lf 3 0 0 3 0 mnko.rf 4 2 2 3 O'M'rtln'k.lb 4 0 0 8 1 rttfro.lb 5 0 2 8 O'Do'herty.cf 4 112 0 tfltzel.ss 5 111 Schuster.ss 4 0 0 3 2 "OUtO.c 4 2 3 2 0'O'Pla'rtv.e 4 0 111 pchum'n.p 0 0 0 0 0 Nelson, d 0 0 0 0 0 prown.o 3 1 2 0 2 Hennessy.o 3 1111 zepps 10 0 0 0 Totals 40 11 15 27 8' Totals 34 6 7 27 12 'Batted for Hennessy In 9th. oric 431 210 0001! 'ronton 300 O'.O 020 6 Errors: Welal. Yoter. Runs batted In: orales, 3; WelaJ. 2; Romorenko. 5; Brown, ner, Martineck. Douehertv. 3. Two - base ts: Couto, 2. Home runs: Romerenko. 2: wugherty. Sacrifice: Brown. Double Blav: o:er to Madura to Martineck. Left on ses: York. 5: Scranton. 4. Base on balls: T Schuman. 3; Hennessy, 2. Struck out: Brown. 2: Hennessy, 2. Hits: off Schu - n. 1, In 0 inning; 3rown. 6 In 9; ''son. 4 in 1 - 3: Hennesy. 11 in 8 2 - 3. 'i'd pitch: Schuman. Winning Ditcher rown. Losing nltcher: Nelson. Umpires: onian and Moore. Time of game: 1:40. (Second Game) YORK j SCRANTON aw i 11 u W 4u i ii u a ?rr 2b 4 112 .VMadura,2b 3 2 15 4 ' 1 1 p j o i o 0 Yoter.3b 1 2 1 0 1 'flalrf i o o i i ni..k.. i a i a r - - - J'" - .) V riJLIlCl.li S 1 V 1 " h nm'n.3b 12 0 1 l Nach'nd.lf 3 12 0 0 m nun.ri 3 13 11 M run K.Ib 3 3 19 0 fPro.Hi 1 A A a A' rkn - K - rfv - f i a i i 1 - I'rel.ss 3 0 0 1 0 'Schuster's 2 0 1 4 S ifrra.e 2 0 15 O'V'nflr'f'kl.c 4 0 110 'tnfllas.p 1 0 0 0 l'Coonev.p 110 0 1 7f! - X If A A A A A' M1a A A A A 4 hkina.n 2 0 0 0 I'tinm ' I nit Totals 35 6 18 9' Totals 33 9 8 21 12 , " lU ll kjUUHCf III OLJ1. , 101 020 06 anion 222 003 x 9 Errors: Rmr, Othrn H.'iul 1 D..n. t!ed In: Remorenko. 4; Welal.' Madura, irhand. 2: Martineck. 2: Doushertv. Van n:Kl. Two - base hits: Welal. 2; Nachand. ;rce - base hits: Sparra, Nachand. Madura. trtineclf Horn run. PpmnronlrA 'ices: othero. Fischer, 2'; Nachand. 'srhus - uoume oiavs: Remorenko to othero; huter to Madura to Martineck: S - hus - r I una clctri i . Tft nrt k.H. n. rsnion. 6. Base on balls; off Cornelias'. 5: T! 1 r.nnnm at - iob. a... . n - f'iM. !; Coonfrv. l. Hit: off Cornelius. 3 innings; BOKinfl, 4 in 3 2 - s: Morale - . q in m. ncroii, 'lime "I d. If. hv nlfrht k JXnnnAM itfunl..) Tf I "hi - ihi, UT VUU"t,T luiimioir. Win - f'wnri, iT - l - - vll. JjuniiiK. IH Ollici , OI - !1 Umnirs: Moore ind Conlan. Time First, 11 - 6 Hazleton Trips Triplets, 5 to 2 Binghamton Protests De feat; Barons Belted By Brooks, 13 - 3 HAZLETON, June 2. With the core tied at two - all and two men on in the seventh, Gene Corbett tripled past Ed Sawyer In left field today to give Hazleton a 5 - 2 victory over Binghamton. Manager Bill Skiff, of the Triplets, formally protested his team's defeat. With two on and none out in the fourth, Sawyer tripled. The hit, however, was not allowed by Umpire De Fate He ruled that time had been called before the pitch to permit the return of a ball from the stands Urn pire Pipgras sustained De Fate. Sawyer, Sawyer, batting over, walked and died on first. Durinar the bitter argument over Sawyer's hit, Stavracos answered a spectator who had become personal and for a while a near - riot loomed. BINGHAMTON I HAZLETON ibt bill Stav'r's.ss 4 0 1 3 5 Snerry.2b ab r hoi 3 10 3 2 L'ntacre of 4 0 11 0 Dede'ux.ss 4 0 11 Dunlap.rf 4 0 3 1 0 Corbett, lb 3 12 9 1 Rnsar.p 4 0 1 4 1,'Tice.rf 3 0 0 1 0 aawver.lf 3 0 2 2 O'Silber.cf 4 0 13 0 M thes n,3b 3 0 0 3 0 Arnovich.lf O'br'ls'n.lb 4 0 0 0 0 Moore, 3b Curry,2b 3 111 3' Chandler.c White.p 2 1 0 0 2Bertrand,p xReilly 1 0 0 0 0; 3 113 4 12 2 3 3 115 4 0 O 0 1 Totals 32 2 9 24 111 Total! 30 5 8 27 15 vRatturt for Whita In th. Binghamton 001 010 0002 Hazleton 100 000 31x 5 Errors. Eosar. Moore. Soerry. Buns batted batted In: Stavracos. Longacre, Dedeaux. Corbett Corbett 2: Moore. Two - base hits: Sawyer. Ro - sar. Three - base hits: Dunlap. Corbett. 2 Stavracos. Stolen bases: Arnovich, Tice Sacrifices: White. Corbett. Double olays: Currv to Stavracos to Gabrielson: Moore to Soerrv to Corbett. Left on baes: Bine - hamton, 7; Hazleton. 7. Base on balls: off White, 5; Bertrana, i. wuck out: oy White, 5; Bertrand, 4. GRAYS 14, ELMIRA 18 ELMIRA, N. Y., June 2 (IP). Wil - liamsport made it two straight over Elmira today, winning 14 to 12. The Grays went into a lead never headed in the fourth by counting five runs off Jack Kimball. The rally was climaxed by Ferrazzi's three bagger with the bases loaded. WILLIAMSPORT ELMIRA abrhoa ab r n o a Wheaton.If 0 12 1 0 Cicero. ef 2 2 5 0 2 0 16 Pen oski.3b 0 0 2 14 Novak. ss McHenry.cf 6 2 2 5 0 Rogers. 3b McBride.rf 5 2 2 3 I H'nah'e.lb Stein'cke.c 5 2 2 3 0 Grossm'n.lf Bellande. 2b 4 2 0 2 4 Schl'ch'r.2b 2 0 11 118 0 2 13 0 2 12 1 13 3 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 Has. - on.lb 5 1 2 10 0'Smith.rf Radtke.ss 4 3 2 3 3'Klumpp.e Ferrnzzi.p 2 O 1 0 0 Kimball. p Ahearn.n 2 110 0 Hanlon.p 0 0 O 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 Sims.n 0 0 0 0 0 Casey, o xMaranvie 1 0 0 0 0 Totals 45 14 16 27 12' Totali xBatted for Casey in 9th. 35 12 10 27 8 Williamsport 000 Eimlra v... 200 502 70014 203 140 1J Errors: Cicero, Rogers. Schwicher Wheaton. Radtke. 2. Runs batted in: Han nahoe. 4; Grossman. 2: Smith, 4: Klumpp, Stelnecke. 2; Hasson. 2: Ferrazzi. 3: Anearn. Radtke. 2: wheaton. 2: McBride. Peploskl. Two - base hits: Schleicher. Smith Three - base hits: Ferrazzi. Hannahoe. Home run: Radtke. Sacrifise: Novak. Double plavs: Pep'.osk! to Bellande to Hasson: Mc - . Bride to Hasson. Left on bases: Williams, port. 7: Elmira. 6. Base on balls: off Fer razzl. 5: Ahearn. 4: Kimball. 1; HanJon. 1. Struck out: bv Ahearn, 2: Kimball, 4: 8ims, Hits: off Kimball. 9 in 6 1 - 3 Innings; Ferrazzi, 4 in 5 (none out in 8th); Hanlon, 5 In 2 - 3: Ahearn, 5 in 2 1 - 3: Casey, 2 in 2; Sims. 1 In 1 2 - 3. Hit bv Ditcher: bv Kim. ball (Bellande). Winning pitcher: Ahearn. Losing pitaner; Kimball. BROOKS 13, BARONS S WILKES - BARRE, June 2 (). Bom barding three Wilkes - Barre hurlers for 22 safeties, Allentown evened its series with the Barons by winning 13 to 3, before 300 fans today. Making his second start of the sea son and his first in more than a month, having been reinstated from suspension, Frank Tubbs was touched for six hits and lasted 1 2 - 3 innings before he was relieved by Joe Semler who was unable to stem the tide. Matty Holmes started the fifth after Semler had been touched for 10 singles. ALLENTOWN WILKES - BARR1! ab r hoi ab r h o 4 Hudson.sa 6 14 16 Fltzg'r'd.cf 6 113 3 Parentl,2b 6 2 4 1 0 Morlarty.rf 8 13 6 1 Shirley, lb 6 3 2 3 1 Dueker,3b 5 3 2 2 1 Saffer.lf 5 2 1 4 0 Murphy.ss 5 2 4 6 1 WAsem.o 5 0 11 I'Tubbs.n Semler. o Holmes, o 'zStau 4 115 1 Relss.3b 3 112 4 0 0 4 3 0 0 9 Tremark. rf Tieman.lb Fallon. 2b Wilson, cf Parks.lf Onis.c Signer.o 3 0 11 4 0 0 1 4 0 11 1113 0 0 O 1 10 0 0 10 0 0 10 0 0 Totals 50 13 22 21 141 Totals zBatted for Holmes In 9t(h. Allentown 12 Wilkes - Barre 000 31 3 5 27 9 401 001 W 120 000 3 Errors: Hudson. 2; Fallon. Wasem. 4 Fitzgerald. Morlarty. Murphy. Runa batted in: Hudson. 2: Relss. Tremark. Tleman. 2; Wilson, Onis, 3: Wasem. Two - base hits: H p oj OWDY men! Step right to a cigar counter and Pick Wick Club, the stepping cigar enjoyment many a hayday. Its choice tobaccos and real genuine HAVANA filler, will your taster and tickle disposition it's sweet, and mild it's a riot of satisfaction. 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Clipped from The Scranton Republican03 Jun 1936, WedPage 17

The Scranton Republican (Scranton, Pennsylvania)03 Jun 1936, WedPage 17
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