Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on May 28, 1930 · Page 23
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G1VK LlCHTMfiN SCRAP flMtt In th« final halt of jilflf, Petm central w MWA fram fcick Guy'a -GN»n» M «itt; 12 td 11, on the Maple „. _«d la»t evening, ftn Central got away to & good «i»l, ind had a 10 to 3 lead at the enttot thti fifth inning, in the sixth Irtnlng,. what those GfeeBsburg hitter's did td,J«>hn Lockard and Lefty Vaughn i* A lortg, long story. < Thirteen men ffeeii these two huHera m this frame. ' and before the final out was made, Greehsburg had overcome Penn den' trala seeveh run lead and was one *un irt front, Ift this frame Qreensburg scored 8 fun*, and the runs all came with two men out, and there, was not ah extra base hit made. It was just a matter of hits. Seven clean singles Were mad* and tnese combined with 3 Walks and a.sacrifice fly resulted in the eight* rune. With a one run lead, Rankin, hurl' ing for Greensburg held Penn Central sate until the.flnal inning. With one out in the ninth, Ted Appleman, who Had had a field day, clubbing out two home runs, singled: Athey hit one to O'Connor at short ahd with a double Slay in the maxing he fumbled the ball ahd both runners were safe. Walters fanned, and with two out Rankin walked Daft Donnelly'filling the bases. Dutch Shapple also, coaxed a walk, 'Rankin forcing the tieing run across, Appleman scoring. TEN IN BOW. PHILADELPHIA, ' May 28.—The Athletics won the second in a row from fiostoh yesterday 7 to 5 to give th* Red Sox their'tenth straight lick- Ing. Blng Miller tripled in the sixth to -give the Macks the lead. Bishop hit a homer in the fourth.. Lineups: Boston— AB. R. H. O. A. E. Oliver, cf 4 0 3 4 0 0 VKeevea, 3b , 3 i 0 1 1 0 O. Miller, 3b. , 1 00 00 0 Durst, rf. 400110 Scarrltt, If 5 0 2 1 0 0 Regan, 2b 4 1 0 2 3 0 Todt, Ib. 3 2 3 8 2 0 Rhyne, ss 2 1 0 1 2 0 Berry, c 3 0 1 6 MacFayden, p 3 0 0 0 Webb, x 1 0 1 0 0 0 Smith, p 0 00 0 0 0 asw Totals 33 6 10 24 11 1 ' „. xBatted for MacFayden in 8th. Philadelphia— AB. R. H. O. A. E. Bishop, 2b 3 1 1 4 2 0 Haas, cf 4 0 0 4 0 0 Cochrane, c 3 2 1 9 0 1 Simmons, If 3~ 2 2 0 0 0 \ Keesey, Ib. 3 11700 B. Miller, rf 4 0 3 1 0 0 Dykes, 3b 3 0 1 0 2 0 Boley, ss. '. 4 0 0 Earnshaw, p. 3 1 1 220 020 Quinn, .p. ." 1 0 0 0 0 0 Totals' 31 7 10 27. 8 1 Boston 100 101 020—5 Philadelphia 000 202 30x—7 Runs batted in, Scarrltt, Berry, Rhyne, Webb, Bishop, Miller 3, Simmons 2, Keesey. Two base hits, Scar- rltt, Miller, Earnshaw, Keesey, Todt. Three base hits, Miller, Simmons. Home run, Bishop. Stolen bases, Dykes, Todt. Sacrifices, Durst, Rhyne, Berry. Double plays, Rhyne, .Regan and Todt; Bishop, Boley and Keeaey. lAft on bases, Boston 9, Philadelphia 6. Bases on balls, off MacFayden 5, off Earnshaw G. Struck out, by MacFayden 3, by Smith 2, by Earnshaw 7. Hits, off • M^acFayden 9 in 7 innings; oft'Smith 1 in 1; off Earnshaw 9 in 7 2-3; off Quinn 1 .in 1 1-3. Wild pitcher, Earnshaw. Losing pitcher, MacFayden. . , _ Mlckfey ' Penn CenWftl cafcfWff , sent the, winning run acfOB* with ft, iffigie over third base, Athey aooMng. , Adam* was the itarting hufler for Penn Central, hurting the flfat tfifea inning* and allowing 3 runs. John Lockard started hurling id thtf fourth and retired the aide • easily in the fourth and fifth frames, but got into trouble in thd sisth. Lefty Vaughn then took up the hurling duty working the remainder of the sixth inning and holding Oreensourg in .the seventh and eighth. He was taken out for a pinch hitter in the eighth and Lefty Wilson held oreensbufg safe in the ninth/ Rankin was' on the mound for Gfeensburg, and although touched Up for. 12 .hits, three' of which Wefft home runs arid three of Which were triples, he might have won his game but for a short streak of wlldness in the ninth. O'Connor's error in the ninth also proved costly, Four more, home runs were produced in the game. Ted Appleman / getting two of them, Chadwlck and O'Connor each getting one. O'Connor was the first man up and after looking over two pitches sent the next one to center Held the ball hopping over Appleman's head for a home run. Lineups: Penn Central— AB. R. H. O. A. E. Chadwtck, 2b Chementl, ss Ap-)leman, cf Atney, Ib Walters, 3b D. Donnelly, If Schapple, rf Hickey, c Adams, p. ... Lockard, p. 6 33860 412040 6 3 3 JO 0 0 * 1 014 2 0 B 1 2 2 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 300300 20/0600 111 111 020 000 Vaughn, p ............. 1 10010 Wilson, p ..... . ........ 0 00000 JCelly, x '.. 100000 Totals 36 12 12 2T 18 1 Greensburg— AB. R. H. O. A. E. O'Connor, ss. 4 2 Ream, If Kaylor, Ib 4 2 2421 0000 2710 Kusnlck, cf 512100 Miller, c 312820 Boone, 3b 4.11300 Mierman, 2b 3 11231 Beech, rf 6 Rankin, p 4 13000 111-20 Totals 361114x2610 2 zTwo outs when winning run scored. xBq.tted for Vaughh in 8th. Greensburg 102008000—11 Penn Central -.... 320 050 002—12 Runs batted in, Appleman 6, D. Donnelly 2, Chadwlck 3, Hickey 1, Kaylor 3, Miller 1, O'Connor 1. Kusnlck 2, Boone 1, Beech 1. Three_ base hits, Adams, Lockara, Walters. Home runs, O'Connor, Appleman 2, Chadwick. Struck out, by Adams 2, Rankin 5, Lockard 1, Vaughn 2. Sacrifice hits, D. Donnelly, O'Connor. Stolen bases, Chadwick, Cliementi, Miller 2, O'C<*.- nor. Bases on balls, off Adams 2, Rankin 5, Lockard 2, Vaughn 2, -Wilson 1. 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